Category Archive: Pyecombe

May 18

Garden Party in aid of the Malagiri School, Nepal

Thursday 1st June. 4pm – 7pm. Sue’s Garden, Pangdean Farm. BN45 7FJ Music, refreshments, raffle, jewellery sale, croquet and garden games, information about the school – after the earthquake and future needs. Tickets: £12.50 adults £7 Children (afternoon tea and drink included) Available from: Jill Munday (01273 566 276) Karen Lewis (01273 857 013) Lorraine …

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Apr 27

Pyecombe Plant Sale

SUNDAY, APRIL 30th 2pm – 4pm At Pyecombe Church Yard Beautiful selection of garden plants for sale! Raffle, Gardening books, Garden Pots and Bric-a-brac Stall Teas and home made cakes also available

Nov 09

Pyecombe Christmas Fayre

@ Hurstpierpoint Village Centre Saturday 3rd December, Between 1.45 & 3.45pm A great opportunity to buy gifts such as jewellery, cosmetics, books, musics, cakes and much much  more, along with entering a Tombola and Grand Raffle. Admission Free, Refreshments available

Aug 26

Pyecombe Music & Art Festival

Come and support Jamie and his father Nick Andrews at Pyecombe’s Music & Art Festival next weekend, 2nd, 3rd & 4th September.   Nick & Jamie will be playing Friday evening at the Downland Celebration, Saturday afternoon  ‘A Fat Hour of Extraordinary Choral Music’ and  Saturday evening accompanying  Nara Faye Clapperton & Fiona Hunnisett, our …

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Aug 10

Pyecombe Music & Arts Festival

Friday 2nd – Sunday 4th September 2016 @  Pyecombe Church & Wayfield Park Farm Shop    Featuring:   Herbie Flowers & Friends    And Many More Local Musicians   The weekend will include: Stories, Music & Poems from Sussex Music while you Munch @ Wayfield Park Farm Shop Country & Rock Band – Sold as …

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Jun 27

Pyecombe Music & Arts Festival

Pyecombe is holding a Music & Arts Festival the first weekend in September, 2nd, 3rd & 4th to support the Pyecombe Church. The weekend will involve music, poetry, stories and art. We welcome those of you who enjoy performing: singers, instrumentalists, storytelling, poetry reading and artists who wish to display their work. Ideally a Sussex flavour …

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