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Latest Edition Online

By Forest Row Local / 05/03/2020

The March Edition of Forest Row Local is now online, to view it use this link: https://forestrowlocal.co.uk/magazines/March_2020/index.html We are now taking bookings for the April Edition – deadline for artwork is 13th March – visit our website for more information and future deadlines: https://forestrowlocal.co.uk If you are organising or promoting an event list it here: https://forestrowlocal.co.uk/community-events/…

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Stars for March 2020

By Forest Row Local / 03/03/2020

with Howard Parker, the Astro-guide – www.astroguidance.co.uk Pisces: 18 February – 19 March You probably won’t have any problem letting go of what you no longer need. But that doesn’t mean you can see the road ahead. So take a short break and make sure you recuperate fully up to the 9th when the full…

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HOMEMADE VEGAN BURGER

By Forest Row Local / 03/03/2020

I’ve been experimenting with various veggie burger recipes for some time, but none of them have quite the mark – but I’ve finally come up with a recipe that I love & keep coming back to. These are vegan and can be made gluten free too. They were fine in my panini press to get…

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Singing Mamas Charity Concert Mothers Day! 22nd March

By Forest Row Local / 03/03/2020

We are delighted to announce our third Singing Mamas Festival of Mothering and Celebration of Song. Join us at 3pm, this Mothering Sunday as we create and share in a magical family memory. Together, we weave story, song and visual art in honour of all things, MOTHERHOOD! The stage will be full of women. Joining…

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Join Beacon Alumni network and inspire the next generation

By Forest Row Local / 03/03/2020

Beacon Academy is in search of former Beacon students, parents, employers and organisations to join its free alumni network and provide a valuable service to current students. Joining the network is a great way to reconnect with the school and make a contribution. There is no commitment to do anything other than register via Future…

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ART 4 ALL

By Forest Row Local / 03/03/2020

Unfortunately due to the escalation in the spread of Coronavirus, Art for All is being postponed. Originally scheduled for Saturday 28th March, the event will be rearranged for later this year and we’ll let you know the new date as soon as possible. If you have any queries please contact Alison Berry alisonberry28@yahoo.com, 01892 770714 / 07763 188538. Hartfield’s annual community art event,…

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NEWS FROM NUS GHANI: MP FOR WEALDEN

By Forest Row Local / 03/03/2020

A Safer Country Means a More Prosperous Country:  2020 represents a fruitful opportunity for more prosperity and security. That is why an unwavering commitment to our Armed Forces is increasingly important. As your MP, I have always campaigned for proper care for those who serve our country today, as well as for those who did…

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LOCAL ARTIST TO APPEAR IN THE BBC SERIES, HOME IS WHERE THE ART IS

By Forest Row Local / 03/03/2020

In Spring 2020, local Forest Row artist, Gill Bustamante will be appearing in the BBC series Home is Where the Art Is, season two.  Each of the fifteen episodes sees three different UK based artists competing to win a commission from home owners who would like a bespoke piece of art for their home. Gill…

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UNLOCKING THE POTENTIAL OF TALENTED CHILDREN

By Forest Row Local / 03/03/2020

Two Foundation Scholarships, covering 100% of the cost of a child’s private school education for ten years, from the age of 8 to 18, are available to children currently in Year 3 at state primary school.   Foundation Scholars join Cumnor House Sussex in Danehill in Year 4 (aged 8) through to Year 8 (aged…

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Wealden Cleans Up In 2020

By Forest Row Local / 03/03/2020

Wealden District Council has renewed its pledge to support this year’s Great British Spring Clean, run by environmental charity Keep Britain Tidy. The campaign, which runs from 20 March to 13 April, will see up to 600,000 people taking action to clean up streets, parks and beaches across the country. Last year, 47 groups in…

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