Haywards Heathens

April News and Events

Haywards HeathensLive music at the United Services Club includes The Gangsters, Replica Radio and The Flaming Mojos (£1 entrance fee for non-members). The Club is also having a local guest ale each week and introduced a Crazy Friday drinks promotion. It will also be holding its Annual General Meeting on Tuesday 22 April.

The Burrell Arms is holding a Caribbean Night of reggae music on Saturday 12 April and new Sussex Singers & The All Saints Orchestra will be performing at St Wilfrid's Church on Friday 18 April (ticket event).

Melt Down Ceilidh will be presenting the first Euro Ceilidh - part barn dance part European dance to groovy, jazzy MoltenAmba on Saturday 5 April. Tickets required.

Haywards Heath MovieMakers will be holding a free event on Tuesday 8 April at the Methodist Church on Perrymount Road.

Potential foster parents can find out more about fostering on Tuesday 15 April at Haywards Heath Library.

The annual Spring Festival on Muster Green is being held on Sunday 27 April. It's a family event showcasing local voluntary and community organisations. There will be fairground rides for smaller children and hot food available. The Dogs Trust is also offering free microchipping at the event.

Business networking groups are holding their usual meetings throughout the month including breakfasts with 4N and the Institute of Directors, and evening drinks with HHDBA and the First Friday group. HHDBA are also looking for volunteers to help them support and promote local economic growth at a free event on Monday 28 April.

The Mid Sussex Time and Talent Bank has been launched. It aims to help councils, businesses and voluntary organisations work better together.

The Tour of Britain has announced that it will be going through Sussex for the first time in the cycling events history. It will pass through Haywards Heath on Saturday 13 September. The penultimate leg will finish in Brighton, having also passed through Horsham, Uckfield and Eastbourne.

Bijoux closed its doors for the last time on Saturday 29 March. The small bar was previously known as Qba.

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