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Stuff going on, in and around Rushlake GreenOxford Camerata and Mayfield Consort, Mayfield Festival
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In the ‘Green Shoots’ section on this front page you’ll find snippets of local news. To read a story in full, just click on the photo or the ‘read more’ link.
Feel free to let us know of anything new or interesting you think we should add to our ‘Local Information’ section – for example a club, society or activity group – which we will add to over time
We’ll shortly begin refreshing our ‘Green Pages’ listings. First we’ll contact all those with entries, for any changes. Then, as we gather the up to date information, we’ll begin re-publishing the category sections.
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The Village Leaf welcomes Tony Field, the new Shopkeeper of the Rushlake Green Village Stores, seen here with his team: Julia Benning and Charlie Carr. Tony wants customers to be reassured that it's "very much business as usual" at the stores. He is very keen to...read more
The Warbleton Brass Band presents PROMS ON THE GREEN with the South Downs Singers. The Rushlake Green village green provides a unique setting in which to relax with a picnic, listening to the Warbleton Brass Band's take on the quintessential Proms classics. This year...read more
With huge regret we learn Bobby and his family have decided the time is right to move on, with the a new Shopkeeper taking over the Rushlake Green Village Stores on Monday 8th July. In the five year's since taking over the village shop, Bobby has overseen a whole host...read more
Saturday 27th July sees the Warbleton & District Horticultural and Poultry Society Flower Show returning to Rushlake Green. As well as the usual marquee flowers, produce, craft and art this year's show features a Medieval Combat display, a dog show, a tug of war,...read more
RUSHLAKE GREEN WI MEETING 25 JULY A VISIT TO JULIA PADBURY’S GARDEN WITH HOOPAHOLICS A real treat in store – a visit to Julia Padbury’s beautiful garden just up Middle Lane at Turners Green with the added entertainment of Eastbourne group ‘Hoopaholics’. Cordelia...read more
Following the election in May, when several of the existing Parish Councillors stood down, we now have a new Parish Council with many new people stepping forward to represent the community for the first time. Parish Council members are as follows: Parish Councillors...read more
The search for examples of Chris Liddiard's art works is going well but the Little Arts group still want to hear from you if you have any and have not yet provided some details to the collators. If you have one (or more) of Chris's atmospheric paintings or...read more
We want to hear your ideas for reducing our local environmental impact. The increasing awareness of the potentially catastrophic effects of the global Climate Crisis has no doubt prompted many of us to think seriously about how we can change our own habits to reduce...read more
The Groovy Sounds gig, planned for later in the year, will feature music from 1969. Here are just a few of the classic albums released that year: 'Stoned Henge', 'Yer Album', 'Tommy', 'Trout Mask Replica', 'Aoxomoxoa', 'A Salty Dog', 'Stand Up', 'Tadpoles', 'Green...read more
Saturday morning saw more than a dozen dedicated teams putting the finishing touches to their Scarecrow entries for the Big Lunch on Sunday 2nd June. Attendees on Sunday, (starts 12.00noon), will see amazing examples of creativity and ingenuity from the teams behind...read more
This years Classic Vehicles show, part of the Big Lunch celebrations, promises to be even more fascinating than ever. In addition to the usual gamut of locally owned pedigree sports cars, saloons, lorries, motorbikes and some very early vehicles, this year's show will...read more
This year's Big Lunch on Rushlake Green will be on Sunday 2nd June 2019, from 12.00 noon. It's free. Just bring a picnic and chairs. Please get your Free Tickets from the Village Stores or the Horse & Groom, so that the organisers can have an estimate of numbers...read more