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Hadlow Down Festival 2017 is in full swing!
The Hadlow Down Village Fayre on 17th June was a fantastic day with lots of stalls and activities. We believe over a thousand people attended, and it was an ideal occasion to launch our Festival. 
The Festival goes through to 17th September and if you have a hard copy of the Festival booklet, please keep it handy so you can refer to it over the summer period. The community has come together to provide a wide range of events/activities for all ages. Many of the events are free and you can just turn up, others you will need to book your place, so please check it out and book as soon as you can, as there will be a high demand for places. 
For dates, times and booking information, please refer to your Festival booklet. If you would like a copy, free copies will be available at the New Inn, Main Road, Hadlow Down, TN22 4HJ, which is open weekdays from 6pm and from midday at the weekend.
Alternatively, you can download our Festival booklet at www.hadlowdown.com and keep up-to-date on our Facebook page, which will give any revised event information. 
We would love to hear from you if you have attended an event, and you can send us your feedback by commenting on our Facebook page or downloading a very short survey on the website. We hope you enjoy the Festival and look forward to seeing you at one or more of the events.


    
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Model Railways Plus including Bus event
Start Date/Time:
06 August 2017 10:00 (UTC+00:00) Dublin, Edinburgh, Lisbon, London
End Date/Time:
06 August 2017 17:00 (UTC+00:00) Dublin, Edinburgh, Lisbon, London
Recurring Event:
One time event
Importance:
Normal Priority
Description:
Tinkers Park Tinkers Park, Main Road, Hadlow Down, TN22 4HS
Adults: £6.00 Children £2.00
Light refreshments for sale, Free Bus Service connecting with local transport. Free parking, No need to book, Wheelchair access. • Model railway exhibitions in three halls • The Great Bush narrow gauge railway • Traction engine trailer rides • Steam & diesel hauled passenger trains • Miniature passenger carrying railways • Demonstration goods trains • Light refreshments • The Shepherds Rest, real ale hut • Enthusiasts sale stands • Classic cars • Organ museum
Owned by Hadlow Down Admin On 03 May 2017

    
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THANK YOU!!!!!!
ENGAge (TN22 clubs) and The Friends of St. Mark's School would like to thank everyone who supported their Village Quiz on Friday 14th July at the village hall. Thank you to people who bought tickets, who helped on the night and for donating raffle prizes. It was a fun evening with a competitive edge and we are delighted to announce that we made a profit of £953.00, with all proceeds being divided equally between both organisations. 


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Dog Shows Cancelled

We have been informed that the Festival Dog Shows to be held at the Playing Field on July 16th & August 20th  have been cancelled by the organisers The Forest Vet due to high insurance costs.



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LADIES STOOLBALL AFTERNOON
Sunday 23rd. July  3-6 pm Hadlow Down Playing Field
Our intention is to start up a recreational stoolball club that will meet once a week; the evening to be decided by mutual consent. Those who wish to play a more competitive format are welcome to join Buxted Ladies Stoolball Team. With their kind assistance, we are going to be running an introductory training session followed by a fun game. Please dress in sports attire and sports shoes. Bats and balls will be provided. Match is Free of Charge. BBQ - £5 per adult/£2.50 per child participants and families. Squash and Tea & Coffee available from the Pavilion – no cost. Limited Car Parking - please walk to the field if you can. Limited wheelchair access – for spectators only. No disabled toilet faciltities. Ground is uneven. To book a place and BBQ: Fiona Shafer, 01825 830864
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Saturday 22nd. July from 10 am.
'Beating the Bounds'
The first stage will start at 10am and thereafter approx every hour. Starting point – St. Mark’s Parish Church. The walk is an old tradition in which, historically the Rector of the Parish walked the parish boundary to bless the crops in early summer to ensure growth during the summer period. Rev. John Barker will complete the entire walk and asks that groups of people join him at various points along the way. The walk will be divided into manageable “chunks” approx. 2 - 3 miles, so children can join in as well. Free tea, coffee and light snacks available at the church throughout the day. Groups of people will be transported from the church to various points around the parish boundary and picked up again later on the route and returned to the church. Parking in School Lane. Parts of the boundary walk are on country lanes so wheelchair accessible. Walkers must be able to walk 2 miles. For safety reasons – groups will be 6 – 8 people per section of the walk. To book a place and for more information, contact Peter Smyth: smyth594@gmail.com
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Festival Tea Dance

Saturday, 29th July 2.00 until 5.00pm

This event has been Cancelled by the organisers


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Shakespeare Rocks!

Aubrey, The Rough Shakespeare Company's pretentious director, obtains what appears to be William Shakespeare's lost diary. Along with Al, his down to earth assistant, the pair decide to embark on an exclusive adaption of the flamboyant Bard's personal journal.


"Shakespeare Rocks!" is a fresh, funny and up to date look at the life and times of William Shakespeare, with a cast of hilarious historical characters, amusing glimpses into some of his works and how he came 'To Be'
Spread the word... Shakespeare didn't just write... he rocked!
To be performed by the Y3-6 children of St. Mark's School,  Hadlow Down Village Hall, Wednesday 19th July 6.00pm Thursday 20th July, 1.30pm and 6.00pm 
£2.50 adults, £2.00 OAP and students, children under 10 free. Refreshments will be available at all of the performances – all included in the ticket price. Free parking. Wheelchair access. Essential to book. Contact the school on 01825 830 375 or office@st-marks.e-sussex.sch.uk

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