What's on in East Sussex, July

Whether you live in East Sussex or you're planning a visit to East Sussex, here is our list of What's on and where to go for the month of March. Please mention Golden Times if attending an event you found here.
To have your event listed here, contact : jason@goldentimes.co.uk
Treble Clefs Choir – Summer Spectacular
1st July at 7.30pm
St Augustine’s Church, Bexhill, TN39 3AZ,
Admission £5 including refreshments and programme. Charity donation from raffle to: Parkinson’s UK Bexhill Branch.
Tickets: Westbrook’s Printers, 19 Sackville Road or from Sue on 01323 371065 or Hilary on 01424 225888

On the Other side – New Road Artists at Rye Art Gallery
1st-9th Jul - 6-8pm
Rye Art Gallery, 107 High St, Rye, TN31 7JE
Showcasing work by the New Road Artists working at Rye Creative Centre.
01797 222433

Eastbourne Seafront Market
6th-9th Jul
Eastbourne Seafront 01832 281274
Come and sample the delights of the UK and abroad as Eastbourne seafront is transformed into a bustling Seafront market place.

Etchingham Military & Aviation Preservation Group Club Meeting Night
6th Jul 7.30pm for 8pm start. Etchingham Sports & Social Club, High St. Etchingham
Speaker Jim Dowdall, Military Vehicles, Film Stuntman and more.

America Ground Independence Day
8th July
Trinity Triangle, Hastings
A day long celebration of pop up events hosted by a variety of businesses and artists based in the area.

Rye Ukulele Festival 8th July
The Cinque Ports Pub,
Cinque Ports Street, Rye.Showcasing a variety of Ukulele groups, the theme for this year is the music of 1967.

999 Emergency Services Display
8th & 9th July.
Western Lawns, Eastbourne.
A fantastic free emergency services spectacular on Eastbourne's seafront Western Lawns. Get a close look at emergency response vehicles.

Tattoo at the Castle
9th July. 5.30pm performance at 7.30pm.
Herstmonceux Castle,
Hailsham, BN27 1RN
An Open Air Concert and Beating Retreat with Band and Corps of Drums of The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment in aid of ABF, The Soldiers` Charity. Bring rugs, cushions & picnics. For further details and ticket please call 01323 834479

Horam Fun Day
9th July1-5pm
Horam Recreation Ground.
Variety of stalls, events and display with “Lucky Six”.

Eastbourne Open Bowls Tournament
9th - 14th Jul, free entry
Gildredge Park & Manor Gardens, Old Town, Eastbourne.
Founded in 1924 with a break during WWII. Beginning as an invitation to players out of the area to play competitively against the local players, this objective remains today.
Mike Taylor for further details. 07702 244855

Emerald Anniversary floral evening
13th Jul
Heathfield Community Centre, Sheepsetting Lane , Heathfield.
Horam & Heathfield Flower Club presents an Emerald Anniversary floral evening - a demonstration by National Demonstrator Jackie Arnold entitled "Gardener's Delight".Visitors welcome. £10 Sales table, raffle and refreshments.
Tel. 01435 408605

CANTABILE in "Songs for a Summer Evening" concert
15th July at 7pm
St. Laurence Church Guestling.
The concert is presented by Molly Townson. Tickets are £12, which includes refreshment with strawberries and cream, and can be obtained directly from the Church, or from Gill Perry (814578) or Molly Townson (812520). All concert proceeds will go to the St. Laurence Church Restoration Fund.

Beach Life Festival ft Eastbourne Extreme.
15th & 16th Jul, 11am to 6pm.
Princes Park & Eastern Seafront, Royal Parade & Prince William Parade, Eastbourne.
The south coast's coolest, fastest and most intense free sports festival is back with a vengeance.
01323 415 415

Summer concert
15th July
St John The Evangelist
Brittany Road
St Leonards-on-Sea
Guest soloist: Christopher Beaumont (Xylophone). Tickets available from Hastings Tourist Information Centre, Hastings.

Hastings Pirate Day
16th July.
Hastings Pirate Day is back with a vengeance, with events taking placed the length and breadth of ‘Buccaneers’ Mile’, from Hastings Old Town to St Leonards Warrior Square. Parachute display team ‘The Tigers, landing on Hastings Pier & lots of live music.

Battle Scarecrow Festival
21 Jul - 6 Aug
Throughout Battle.
The 9th Scarecrow festival has a "magic" theme. Visitors will be invited to vote for their preferred scarecrow.
01424 772210

Bexhill Roaring 20s
22nd Jul.
10am - 6pm
Celebrate the 1920s on Bexhill seafront and throughout Bexhill town centre, and help break the Charleston dance world record. Air display & live music.

Bexhill Carnival
23rd - 29th July
The Polegrove, Brockley Road, Bexhill.
Bexhill Carnival is the flag ship event for the town providing a week of free community events. Carnival Procession on 29th July.

Hot Air Balloon Festival at Hampden Park
29 & 30 Jul, Hampden Park, Eastbourne.
A brilliant and brand new event for Eastbourne arrives with up to 25 Hot Air Balloons visiting Hampden Park.

Lammas Festival
29th & 30th July
Western Lawns, King Edwards Parade, Eastbourne.
A free extravaganza of folk music, morris dancing, traditional giants, and entertainment for everyone with a carnival parade from the Pier Saturday 12pm

Hastings Old Town Carnival Week
29th Jul - 6th Aug
Hastings Old Town.
A week of exciting events from Open Houses, Walking Tours, Treasure Trails, Art Shows and Historical Talks to Pram Racing, Live Music and Street Parties, culminating in a Grand Carnival Procession. For full event details vitist

Calm Farm Summer Event
30th Jul, 12-5 PM
4 De La Warr Road, Bexhill.
Raising money towards the 'REMARKABLE ME' project which supports children suffering with low self-esteem and anxiety through the arts.
Animal handling, Arts and crafts, Live music and dance acts, Zumba on the lawn, Face painting

Twittens and Cat Creeps Walk
31st July, 1st, 3rd & 5th Aug. Meet at Shipwreck Museum, Rock-a-Nore Rd, Hastings.
An interesting and unusual guided walking tour of hidden narrow footpaths, flights of steps and nooks and crannies, many with a tale to tell.
Tickets in advance from Shipwreck Museum.
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