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Holiday, after school and saturday morning cookery club
fourboys, 14 North Trade Road, Battle, East Sussex TN33 0HB
Learn to make and bake a variety of things such as cupcakes, bread, biscults, pasta, sauces. Also available are our very popular cupcake birthday parties. Boys and girls welcome, ages from 7 to 16.
Stone Cross Community Market & Coffee Morning
St Luke's Centre,, Rattle Road, Stone Cross, Pevensey, East Sussex BN24 5EB
Held every Friday from 10am to 12pm (except Bank Holidays) in St Luke’s Centre, Stone Cross, East Sussex. A varied selection of stalls each week, including food, hand-made chocolates, plants, hand-crafted jewellery, various crafts and gifts. Tea and Coffee available in the Cafe with toasted teacakes or crumpets. Sit and enjoy the lovely welcoming atmosphere. Come along to see for yourself and support the stallholders. Tel: 07902 222149.
Nordic Walking taster sessions and courses
Free Nordic Walking "come & try" sessions on Ashdown Forest. A great workout for the whole body, easy on the knees and joints, good for back and shoulder problems - suitable for all levels of ability. A sociable & safe outdoor exercise! Four week "learn to NW" classes and adventure walks with accredited instructor Halina Nicholson-Smith.
African percussion for young people
Starfish Studios, UNIT 1A, North Street, Lewes, East Sussex BN7 2PE
8-Week Course for 8-12 year old children. Introduction to African Percussion (hand drum, stick drum, xylophone, bells and shakers) exploring African rhythm, developing co-ordination, discovering the joy to play in a percussion ensemble and improve musicianship, ending with a performance on the last day. All instruments provided, or bring your own.
AFRICAN PERCUSSION for YOUNG PEOPLE
Starfish Studios, Unit 1 A, North Street, Lewes, Lewes, East Sussex BN7 2PE
8-Week Course for 13-17 year old teenagers with Thomas Christen.
Introduction to African Percussion (hand drum, stick drum, xylophone, shakers and bells) exploring African rhythm, developing playing technique and co-ordination, discovering the joy to be part of a percussion group and improving musicianship, ending with a performance on the last day. All instruments provided, or bring your own.