A Women’s Suffrage in Sussex exhibition launched on Monday continues at Bridge Cottage, Uckfield, while Charleston Festival has more events over the bank holiday weekend.
Activity linked with the suffrage exhibition include an evening of music and drama of the period tomorrow (Saturday) and there are also talks on Tuesday, Thursday and next Friday. See more here on the Uckfield Events website.
Charleston Festival events can be seen and booked here on the Charleston website.
More tips on where to go and what to do can be found in the Where I’ve been this week feature, on our Uckfield Events website, where readers share pictures of places they’ve been - without spending on an entry charge.
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Dates for your diary:
Until May 28: Charleston Festival
Monday, May 21-Saturday, June 2: Women’s Suffrage in Sussex exhibition at Bridge Cottage
Tuesday, May 29: Family wildlife walk at Sheffield Park and Garden
Thursday, May 31: Bat Walk at Sheffield Park and Garden
Saturday, June 2: Sparkling Wine Dinner at Bluebell Vineyard Estates
Tuesday, June 5: Five week leathercraft course begins
Thursday, June 7: Meet other peope with Elhers-Danlos Syndromes
Saturday, June 9: Great British Vintage Market at Bridge Cottage
Saturday, June 9: Steam Engine Rally at The Blackboys Inn
Saturday, June 9: Brickstock 2018 at The Brickmakers Arms
Saturday, June 9: Barn Dance at The Llama Park
More dates for your diary
Friday, June 15, and Saturday June 16: Arts and crafts fair in Uckfield
Saturday, June 23: Bye Bye Baby – A celebration of Franki Valli and The Four Seasons
Sunday, July 1: Summer Fun Day and Car Show at National Cat Adoption Centre
Saturday, July 28: Fete and barbecue at Ridgewood to celebrate 70 years of the NHS
Saturday, August 25: Chris Farlowe, Miller Anderson, Bob Brookes and the Juice band come to Framfield
For a full list of events see UckfieldEvents.com.