Craft and Chatter
Knitting, painting, embroidery, paper craft etc. Bring your own project or try one of ours! Refreshments available. £1 pp. (Some activities cost extra). Every Monday 10.30 - 12.30. Eastbourne Volunteers Community Hub. 1 & 7 The Labyrinth, 7 Mark Lane, BN21 4RJ T: Emma on 07851 623608.
Board Games Club
For anyone who enjoys a board game from Scrabble to Connect 4, come and find a friend to play a game with! Many games available or bring your own. £1 pp. Refreshments available. Every Monday 1.30- 3.00. Eastbourne Volunteers Community Hub. 1 & 7 The Labyrinth, 7 Mark Lane, BN21 4RJ T: Emma on 07851 623608.
Colour Draw Sketch and Chat
Enjoy mindful colouring and developing your drawing and sketching skills. All materials provided. No skills required. 12.30pm - 2.00pm during term-time. Entry is free (donations welcome). Tea, coffee, hot chocolate, cold drinks etc available to purchase in the cafe area. Open to all. Eden Blue, Unit 19, 1 Green Street.
East Sussex Family & Carers’ Team Support Group
This group supports people who are being affected by someone else’s substance misuse and mental health issues (dual diagnosis). The Eastbourne support groups are on Mondays from 12.30pm. For further details call Emma 07920 786352 or Maxine 07795 953951 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Connecting Souls Together
Coffee morning for like minded people.First Monday of each month. We will be chilling and chatting about all things spiritual from Meditation to Manifesting,Healing, Mediumship,Intuition,Alternative Therapies and everything in-between.10.00-Midday. The Snug, The trinity Centre, Trinity Centre, Eastbourne. Free Event, just turn up and buy your own coffee. For more info contact Amanda on 07850034920.
Sponsored by Eastbourne Blind Society. Mondays 1.30- 2.30 Eastbourne Sports Park, Cross Levels Way. Tel: Loretta Locke 07887 755856.
Pit Stop Drop In
Every Monday 10 am to 12 noon at The Salvation Army Hall. 33 Royal Sussex Crescent, Eastbourne. For info call 01323 733387
The first Monday of every month in the main lounge there are hundreds of new and second-hand jigsaws for sale. 10 am - 2 pm Age Concern, The William & Patricia Venton Centre, 6-12 Kilburn Terrace, BN21 3QY.
Jubilate Community Choir
Come and share your love of singing 7.30pm All Saints Church, Grange Road. Tel: 07525 188637.
Free Fit Classes with Seaside Fit
7-8 pm Seaside Community Hub. £3 for child play, £3 for recovery shake.
Zumba for Muslim Women
11-12am. Willingdon Community Centre Tel: 01323 504438
9.15 - 10.45am Shinewater sports centre. £3.00 Tel: 01323 768614 E: email@example.com
Slow Yoga Coaching for Elders
Sunny Peta Yoga. 11.00 - 12.15 pm £6.00. Modifications, longer class, deep relaxation
Location - Yoga Life Studio, 1st floor Enterprise Centre. Call Sunny Peta on 07934 188651
2nd Monday of the month. St Agnes Church, 10 Whitley Road. 7-8pm beginners (free), 8-9pm intermediate (£6), 9-10.30 social dancing, £4.
PPH Community Choir
6-7pm. Come all and sing! Only £5. Printers Playhouse.
Eastbourne Townies WI
Meet on the second Monday of the month, 7.30 pm at St Saviours Church, South Street, Eastbourne. This is a new and vibrant group welcomes women of all ages and backgrounds. Talks, activities and workshops are on offer. A great opportunity to meet and make new friends. ESFWI. T: 07950 014786. E Secretary.firstname.lastname@example.org
Walking for Wellness
Invigorating circular walks. Each walk finishes at a cafe and is a marvellous way to take exercise, meet new friends and take in the scenery. 10:00-12:00. T: Chris Moakes or Helen Kennett 01323 438474. Free.
Warming up the Homeless
Two, weekly rounds on a Monday and Tuesday distributing hot drinks, snacks and other supplies to the street homeless along the seafront and through the town. Mondays, meet in Hyde Gardens at 8 pm.
Free Play Club ages 8+ (Term time only)
Arts, crafts, board games, Lego and cooking. Children with special needs welcome. Seaside Community Hub 125 Seaside. 3.30-5.30. To book a place and more info contact Sue on 07576 847038
The Blue Van Ex Forces Drop-In
Are you a UK Armed Forces Veteran and miss the banter and camaraderie? Would you like a brew and to swing the lamp a bit while having a chat about such issues as Housing, Pensions, Health Issues, legal advice or just chat with like minded people who have been there and got the T-Shirt.. Pop along to Seaside Community Hub on the 2nd Tuesday of the month between 10.00am and 12.30pm.For more info E: email@example.com T: 07843089870
Memory Lane Singing Group
Social activities for people with dementia and their carers. Pop along and join the new singing group. 3rd Tuesday of each month. Christ Church, Seaside, at 2 pm. Free
The Voiceworks Community Choir
If you love to sing or would like to try, join in! No experience needed, just a keen ear and willing voice. Victoria Baptist Church, Eldon Road, Eastbourne 10.45am-12.30pm and 7.15pm-8.45pm.The first session is free - You also get 20% of your first half term (£45 for 6 weeks). T: 07984 014509.
Free Fit Classes with Seaside Fit
11-12am. Seaside Community Hub.
Memory Lane Film Club
Social activities for people with dementia and their carers. 3rd Tuesday of every month. Private film screening for people with dementia and their carers. 11 am. Free, but donations would be gratefully received. No need to Book. Curzon Cinema.
A warm and welcoming meeting place for Refugees, Asylum Seekers and Immigrants offering access to immigration support, advice and English conversation classes. Free tea, coffee, cake and biscuits 10:30 - 12:30 Speak-life Centre 13 Lismore Road, Eastbourne BN21 3AY.
Eastbourne Piano and Keyboard Club
First Tuesday of every month. Doors 6.45pm - Show 7.30pm. Annual Membership £15. Admission: Members £6 - Visitors £8 (new visitors welcome, you don't have to be a member to attend any of the club's shows). Fisherman’s Club, Royal Parade. www.facebook.com/EBPKC
Under 5’s fun and play. 10-midday. Willingdon Community Center Tel: 01323 504438.
6-7pm Hampden Park Sports Centre. Tel: 01323 509859 e:firstname.lastname@example.org
Defiant Sports Club Hub
An opportunity to have a chat and a cup of tea or coffee and let Defiant Sports know what you would like to see in the community. Table activities are available, mainly sensory and craft. A gentle sport or activity each week is available for you to try. Entry by donation. 11 am – 1 pm, Hampden Park Community Centre. Contact Loretta Lock, 07887 755856 or email@example.com
Fun fitness class. St Elizabeth’s Church, Victoria Drive. £4. 7.30pm Tel: 01323 732200 e: firstname.lastname@example.org
Have fun & get fit with dance-based exercises. From Jan 9th. Tue 17:30 - 18:30 at Cavendish Sports Centre
Seaside Community Hub
Library and Refreshments 12pm-4pm
Craft Club 1 pm- 3 pm
Play Club 3.30 pm- 5.30 pm
Taste of Italy at 6 pm- 7.15 pm
Seaside Community Hub, Seaside.
Older Adults Social Group
Coffee, chat, snooker and art. For times and more info Tel: 01323 405330 Alice Croft House.
Printers Ukulele Army!
It's a phenomenon...united ukuleles! Bring your own or borrow one of theirs! Tuition provided, don't be shy! 20.00-23.00 Printers Playhouse Downstairs. Free.
Brazilian Forro Dancing
Classes every Tuesday for 1 hour followed by a Brazilian party afterwards. 19.00- 23.00. T: 07867 592810 Townhouse Pub, 12 Seaside Road.
Warming up the Homeless
Tuesdays, meet opposite the Grand, seafront side, 8pm-10.30pm see Monday listing for more details.
Friendly, informal meetings that take place every week for anyone struggling with any form of addiction or compulsive behaviour. Centro Lounge, 102 Seaside Road, BN21 3PF. Tuesday, 7 pm – 8:30 pm (6:45 pm for tea and coffee)
Accessing Memory Through Art
1st Tuesday of each month. Behind the scenes discussion for people with memory problems or dementia and their carers. 10.00am- 12pm. £3 pp (carers attend free) Refreshments included. To book call 01323 434670.
Just Friends Social Group
For anyone living alone, not looking for romance or partners, just the opportunity to make friends. Enjoy days out, theatre, weekend breaks, lunches and much more. No rules or commitment. The Alice Croft House in Cornfield Lane, Eastbourne. 10.00-12.00. For more info contact Frederick Smith 01323 725882 or Gilly Lewis 01323365389.
Every Wednesday 10.30 - midday. Treat yourself to some time-out and try one of our simple art and craft opportunities over a cuppa. Zentangle, mandalas, decoupage or colouring, this session is suitable for people of all abilities. Costs vary depending on materials. Refreshments available. Eastbourne Volunteers Community Hub, 1 & 7 The Labyrinth, 7 Mark Lane, BN21 4RJ t: Emma on 07851 623608.
Scottish Country dance class
I run a Scottish Country dance class every Wednesday afternoon at the Alfriston War Memorial Hall 3:30-5:00. No dancing experience required, we are a very friendly group looking to welcome anybody interested in learning a new skill. It’s a great workout for both brain and body, but all classes are tailored to individual abilities. See you Wednesday! £3 per session. Email: email@example.com
Eastbourne Volunteers Lunch Club
Every Wednesday 12-2. Come and join us for a friendly buffet lunch of sandwiches, fruit, cake and other delicious treats. Why not come early or stay late and try out one of our craft activities too? Must be booked in advance. £5 per person. Eastbourne Volunteers Community Hub, 1 & 7 The Labyrinth, 7 Mark Lane, BN21 4RJ t: Emma on 07851 623608.
Are you affected by fertility, pregnancy and or related loss
either you or someone close to you, now or in the past? If so, then our new group is for you. Muma Nurture has received National Lottery funding to run a community group for a year. This will run on Wednesdays 7-9pm and begins on March 6th. We are inviting everyone to join us for our first group, to raise awareness of how many people are affected by the issues we support and the group itself.
The group will be informal and a chance to be with others with shared or similar experiences. There is absolutely no obligation to talk about what brings you along (although if you choose to that is up to you). For further information, contact us or see website.
A wide variety of traditional and some choreographed dances from many countries and cultures. Most of the dances are not couple dances, but done in a circle or line, so no partner is needed. All dances are taught, and everyone is welcome. 2.00 - 3.30pm at Willingdon Memorial Hall, Church Street, Willingdon, BN22 OJA. The cost is £5 per session, including tea and biscuits. For more information contact Silvia McIntyre, 01323 502962
Singing in the Lane - with Memory Lane
Social activities for people with dementia and their carers. Singing session held on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month. 2 pm Christ the King Church Hall. Free.
Dancing in the lane with Memory Lane
Social activities for people with dementia and their carers. Join in this dancing session at Christ The King Church Hall at 2 PM on the 1st Wednesday of each month. Free.
For adults and children 8+ with HOME CIC. Free. 4 pm - 6 pm. Seaside Community Hub, Seaside.
Salvation Army Luncheon Club
A Two Course Meal & a Cuppa for only £3.50 - £1.50 for children. The Salvation Army Hall, Royal Sussex Crescent, Eastbourne. 12.30 every Wednesday. To order yours call T: 01323 733387
Seaside Community Hub
English for all 10 am-11.30 am
Meditation & Mindfulness Classes with Buddhist Nun Kelsang Dana
Learn to connect with inner peace & relaxation at these drop-in classes. Enjoy developing a positive outlook on life and the challenges we meet through guided meditations & inspiring talks. 7 pm- 8.30pm. Meeting at Quakers Friends Meeting House, 17 Wish Road, Eastbourne, BN21 4NX
£7 p/class (incl refreshments) www.meditateinsussex.org Tel: 01424 733761
Parkinson's Cafe, Eastbourne
Join for conversation, laughter, friendship and mutual support - every first Wednesday of the month. A cafe for younger people, of working age, affected by Parkinson’s. Those less young (who feel young at heart) as well as partners, family and friends are also welcome. 4-6pm. Hydro Hotel, Mount Rd, Eastbourne BN20 7HZ. T 07854 106225
Kicks Free Football - Age 11-19
Term time at Roebuck Park 4-5pm winter 4.30-5.30pm Summer (Multi-use games area) The Drive, Hellingly, BN27 4EP E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Eastbourne Speakers’ Club
The Lansdowne Hotel, King Edwards Parade, 7.15pm on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month. Learn, practice and improve your public speaking skills in a fun, friendly and supportive club. Free for the first three visits.
Tel: 01323 760090 www.eastbournespeakersclub.co.uk.
Wednesday Night Skate, taking many diverse routes in and around Eastbourne. The pace is relaxed and there are frequent rest stops, but it is still too fast for walkers, so accompanying parents are asked to scoot, skateboard, bike, run or skate! The EASY ROUTE for the skate USUALLY runs from the Skaters Cage on Royal Parade BN22 7AA at 7 pm, along the prom to Holywell, then back to the cage, stopping for Ice Cream. T: 01323 725575. Free
11.00- 12.30 Shinewater Sports Centre, £2.50 Tel: 01323 768614. E: email@example.com
2nd Wednesday of each month. A two-hour creative space for those who can find themselves isolated or struggling in the community. Helped by a relaxed environment the group is an art/creative group for everyone, includes creative based outings such as Towner Gallery, Devonshire Collective and sketching on location. Leaf Hall, Seaside.
Free information on topics such as lasting power of Attorney, care home fees, probate, wills and much more. Tel: 01323 487051. To book a free 30 min session.
Have fun & get fit with dance-based exercises. 10:15 - 11:15 at Leaf Hall Community Arts Centre
Help Using Your Computer or the Internet
Free training drop-in every Wednesday and Thursday afternoon from 2-4pm. One-to-one help with setting up email addresses, applying for jobs or benefits online, using social media and much more. Free wifi is available and you can purchase tea/coffee with a biscuit for just £1 so even if you don’t need any help you’re always welcome to come and work on your computer and just shout if you need help. Seaside Community Hub, 125 Seaside.
The Lamb Folk Club meets on the first and third Wednesdays of each month, upstairs in The Lamb Inn in Eastbourne Old Town. Everybody is welcome, there are a range of professional folk singers and players as well as floor spots for visiting musicians. For more details and prices T: 01323 728268.
No auditions. No need to read music. No previous experience necessary. At Voices choir, they sing to have fun! Their repertoire is varied, from Pop and Rock to Gershwin and songs from the musicals. 7 – 9 pm at Christ The King Church, Princes Road. Contact Diana Terry T: 01323 766994, E: firstname.lastname@example.org www.voiceschoir.co.uk
Boccia for All
Boccia skill building, games and fun activities. Tea and coffee available. All welcome, regardless of age or ability. Every Thursday, 1.30-2.30pm, Shinewater Sports Centre, Milfoil drive, Eastbourne BN23 8ED (fully accessible). £3 per person. t: 07887 755856, e: email@example.com www.defiantsports.org.uk
Coffee and Board Games Club
A fun, informal weekly club for anyone wishing to meet new people and make new friends while playing traditional, classic and contemporary board games. 12.30pm-2.00pm during term-time. Open to all. Eden Blue, Unit 19, 1 Green Street, Eastbourne, BN21 1QN. T: 01323 639 883. Cost: Entry is free, donations welcome. www.edenblue.co.uk
Eastbourne Dickens Fellowship
Meets the first Thursday of the month in the room upstairs of the Crown & Anchor, Marine Parade (7.00pm -9.00pm) For more details ring Anna on 646659 or Maggie on 471615.
Knitting and Crocheting Group
Meets on Thursday morning from 11-12. St Mary’s Church, Decoy Drive. All items created go to a charity called Knitting for Peace who distribute them appropriately. New members welcome and we are happy to teach people to knit or crochet if they want to learn a new skill as well as make new friends!
First Thursday of every month. 20:00 - 22:30. Like TED talks, but for us ‘regular’ people. Be part of the BBC (the Bavard Bar Club) and hear three people share something they’re passionate about for 15 minutes each. Tickets £7. Printers Playhouse. Tickets from wegottickets.com
1 pm - 3 pm Seaside Community Hub, Seaside.
Classical Indian Dance Group
For girls 5-16yrs. 4.00-6.00pm. Willingdon Community Center Tel: Salu to book 07840 304729.
Seaside Community Hub
Library and Refreshments 12pm-4pm
Training Drop In and Credit Union Help Point
2pm- 4pm Seaside Community Hub, Seaside.
Defiant Sports, Tennis for adults with Learning disabilities
Weekly coached sessions for social and progressive tennis. All ages and ability levels welcome, friends or carers welcome too! The first week free to try it out. 11 am – 12, Hampden Park outdoor tennis courts (in the park next to the bowling) £2 per person. Contact Loretta on 07887 755856 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Computer Sessions at Age Concern
Have you been given a new Tablet to play with? Not really sure what you are supposed to do with it? Come along to the open computer sessions on Thursday mornings between 9:30 and 12:30 to get help navigating your way through. If you have your own Tablet please bring it along £3.00 Venton Centre, Eastbourne.
Amateur drama group keen to recruit new members. A non-profit group who meet at 7.30pm at St. Mary's Church Hall, Decoy Drive and put on a variety of shows throughout the year. Anyone in school year 10 and above is welcome. Visit on a Thursday to meet the group or call Barry on 07952 149173 or Jackie on 01323 733718
Stretch, Flex and Tone at Age Concern
Improve your flexibility and coordination through gentle movements and exercises. This class is suitable for all abilities. Thurs 11:30 to 12:30 £3.50 per session. Call 01323 638474 before attending.
TYS Youth Club
Drop in youth club open to young males 12-16yrs. 6.00-8.00pm Willingdon Community Center t: 01323 504438.
Fun fitness class £4. 7.30pm Community wise, Ocklynge Road. Tel: 01323 732200. e: email@example.com
Have fun & get fit with dance-based exercises, 19:40 - 20:40 at Leaf Hall Community Arts Centre
Community Creative Writing Group
Friendly & informal community writing group who meet to share short stories and poems or play a game of scrabble over a cup of tea. Complete beginners welcome. Cranbrook Extra Care Scheme, Pembury Road, T: Veronica 01323 657240 or E: Zoe firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you struggling to get back into work due to the lack of confidence?
This weekly support group is aimed to help you 10-12. Seaside community Hub. e: email@example.com t: 07720 854185.
Paper Craft Drop-in Sessions
1st and last Friday of every month. 10.30 - 12.30 Bring your own paper-crafting project or try one of ours. £2 per person. Refreshments available. Eastbourne Volunteers Community Hub. 1 & 7 The Labyrinth, 7 Mark Lane, BN21 4RJ T: Emma on 07851 623608.
Eastbourne Dementia Cafe
Last Friday of each month. A hub in Eastbourne for people with dementia and their families to visit for advice and signposting. It’s free and the coffee is good! Cafe Nero Eastbourne town centre from 9.30am.
1st - First Friday Network
Free Business Networking in Eastbourne. The First Friday Network is a monthly event held every first Friday of the month offering a venue to network, promote and exchange ideas. 12.30 pm -14.30 pm. The Cavendish Hotel, Eastbourne BN21 4DH. T: 01323 641144
Table Tennis at Age Concern
A perfect way to tune your eye, hand and body coordination. Beginners and experienced players welcome. Equipment provided, remember to wear comfortable loose clothing and suitable footwear. Venton Centre, Prince of Wales room. £2.50 ph
I Am Who I Am LGBT youth group
LGBT and transgender group every Friday from 6pm-8pm at Leaf Hall. A safe place for young people and teens to make new friends and learn new skills. We also run a parents support group at the beginning of the month and one at the end of the month, 7+ welcome (parents must stay with children aged 7-11 yrs). Open to all.
Trinity Diners Lunch Club
No shopping, cooking or even washing up! Trinity Diners offer nutritious food, friendship and a very warm welcome to all members of our community on the third Friday of each month with doors opening at noon. The cost of a meal (main, dessert, tea/coffee) is good value at £5.50. As food is freshly cooked on the day places must be booked in advance. 07564 618374.
Defiant Sports, Eastbourne Sound Tennis (for the visually impaired)
Free Sessions due to sponsorship from Eastbourne Blind Society. Just turn up and play! Bring a racket, balls supplied. Opportunity for coaching from our level 3 LTA coach or just social play. All abilities and levels of visual impairment welcome.10.30am – 12, Eastbourne Sports Park, Cross Levels Way. Loretta on 07887 755856 or firstname.lastname@example.org
IT for You
Adult Basic IT to help you improve skills and job seeking. Eastbourne Library 10:30 am - 12:30 pm. T: 01323 463759. Free.
Wheels for All
Eastbourne Cycle Centre has specially adapted cycles for people of all abilities. Wheels for all is a drop in session every Friday between 10 am and 2 pm. It costs £5 per rider and carers are free. For latest news, dates and times please see facebook page https://www.facebook.com/EastSussexCycleTraining
RNLI Fundraising Meeting (with talks)!
The fundraising branch for RNLI – Eastbourne and meet once a month, usually the 2nd Friday of the month at the Langham Hotel, 10.00 am for a 10.30 am start. We have a variety of speakers and the talk usually lasts between 45 minutes to an hour. Coffee and tea are available to purchase and we also have a raffle. There is a small entry charge of £2.00 per member, £3.00 for member’s guests or £5.00 for visitors at each meeting. There are no meetings in August and December. We do have various fundraising events during the year, which is essential to keep our Lifeboat here in Eastbourne afloat and volunteers are needed to help with collecting in-store donations from the public on an occasional basis. Contact Sue Land email@example.com
Buggy Friendly Walk
4th Friday each month. Looking at local wildlife and practising nature awareness. Collect fallen leaves and twigs to take home for family art fun. Includes a pack to give you some history about the park and some activities for the children. Meet outside Lakeside Cafe at 10.00 no matter what the weather. T: 01323 735100 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sing and Swing Session
Every week 14.00-15.30. A chance for people to sing along with a wonderful choice of music, Free with no need to book. Refreshments are included. Ivy House, 19 Hartfield Rd, Eastbourne. E: email@example.com T: 01323 431801.
Holly Park’s Seniors Social Club
Time and Date: Friday 11:00 am – 12:30. Activities –
Tai Chi, Computers and Photography, debating, chair exercise, games, socialising, craft activities and lots more. Enquiries please call Hannah on 01323 504438.
YMCA Youth Club
Drop in for young people 12-16yrs. 6.00-8.00pm. Willingdon Community Centre Tel: 01323 504438.
Walking Football - Eastbourne Sports Park, Cross Levels Way, BN21 2UF
Fridays 7:30 pm till 9:00 pm in the sports hall, £3.00 per session. The session gives players who are not available during the day the chance to participate - all playing abilities welcome. Contact: Jack Findon T: 01323 649214
Have fun & get fit with dance-based exercises. 9:30 - 10:30 at Eden Blue. Fri 11:00 - 11:55 at Sovereign Centre.
Zumba® Gold (lower intensity)
Fri 13.00-13.45 at All Saints' Church Hall
Tennis for the Visually Impaired
Free Sessions due to sponsorship for Eastbourne Blind Society. Just turn up and play! Bring a racket, balls supplied. Opportunity for coaching from our level 3 LTA coach. All abilities and levels of visual impairment welcome. 10.30-12.00 Eastbourne Sports Park. For more information call Loretta on 07887 755856 or e: firstname.lastname@example.org
Willingdon Trees Youth Activities
For Ages 11-19. Cooking, arts and crafts, dance, DJ workshops, team building activities, indoor sports. Alternate Fridays fit and funky sessions cover healthy eating, physical activities and other health-related activities and advice. Eastbourne and Wealden YMCA 6 pm - 8 pm. T: 01323 411718. Free.
Slow Yoga Coaching
11.30 to 1 pm for beginners, people recovering from illness 1.5-hour class £7.00 classes for around 6 people. Slow, relaxing, personal attention. Anahata Studio, above the framing shop opposite the Enterprise Centre. Starts Friday 26th January.
Every Friday 10am - 11.30am. Join in with this small friendly group for small cash prizes, tea/coffee and biscuits all for only £4.50. Tel 01323 728157 for more info or drop into Alice Croft House Club, Cornfield Lane, Eastbourne, BN21 4NE.
Defiant Sports Active Youth Group
Outdoor social and activity club for young people. Games, sports and socialising. All supervised by the team. Donation to attend. No need to book, just turn up and join in. 10-11am for 8-14 yr olds, 11 am-12 for 14-19 yr olds
Tugwell Park, Tugwell Road, BN22 9LH.Contact Loretta on 07887 755856 or email@example.com
Memory Lane Meet and Greet
Social activities for people with dementia and their carers. Pop along and find out more about Memory Lane and the work they do. 3rd Saturday of each month. Starts 10.30am Christ The King Church Hall.
Digging in The Lane
Social activities for people with dementia and their carers. 1st Saturday morning every month. If you would like to join in please ring Carol on T: 07800 874361 so someone can meet you by the gate. Tea always brewing!
Eastbourne Roller Disco
Experience a Session of the best roller disco on the biggest floor in the South. Open from 2:30 pm every Saturday for at least 3 hours. Boasting a coned-off beginners area bigger than most other roller discos! Eastbourne Sports Park, Family £12 Single £4 Advanced Single £3.50 Pre-booked Integrated Party from only £3!! Group Classes run regularly BUT MUST BE BOOKED. T: 01323 725575
10.00-12.30 Last Saturday of every month (no January Market) Community Wise. Tel: 01323 722924 www.communitywise.org.uk
LGBTQ drop-in cafe, every weekend, Sat & Sun 10-3. A place to come and have a chat and a coffee and get info about Pride and all things LGBTQ - open to all. Eastbourne Volunteers Community Hub, 1 & 7 The Labyrinth, 7 Mark Lane, BN21 4RJ. www.bourneout.org
Autism Friendly Skating Session
1st Sunday of each month, 11.45-13.45 Skate World, Maple Road Eastbourne. Join in the skating fun with Families for Autism. www.familiesforautism.com
Swimming for the Disabled
2.00-4.00. Motcombe baths, membership fees apply. Tel: Bob Gausden 01323 484165.
Armed Forces & Veterans Breakfast Club
A club run by veterans & serving members of Her Majesty’s Armed Forces. The first Sunday of the month at 09.30hrs at The Toby Carvery, BN23 6JH. t: 07843 089870, e: firstname.lastname@example.org
Eastbourne Naturist Swim Club
We're a very friendly group, meeting for an hour at Motcombe pool in Eastbourne, at 16:30. The swim fee is £5, children free. Our club has swimmers of all ages, sizes and shapes, from families with children to senior citizens. It's a lovely mix. You don't even have to swim. Some of us just relax and chat. A membership fee applies - please ask for details when you visit. Your membership card provides a discount for the swim and can also be used at other clubs, events, beaches, etc. Visitors please phone 07486 424068 or email email@example.com in advance as spaces are limited by the pool itself. The fee for visitors is £5 - please pay on entry. Under 18's must be accompanied by a parent/guardian. Please remember that respect for the individual is a key naturist principle, so please do not behave to members, visitors or staff in any way that might cause offence.
Monday - Friday
Two snooker rooms are available from 10 am - 12.30pm and 1 pm - 4 pm Monday to Friday. Cost per session is £3.00 per person which includes a cup of tea/coffee. Drop in for more info at Alice Croft House Club, Cornfield Lane, Eastbourne. BN21 4NE.Tel 01323 728157.
Wednesday to Friday inclusive
The Eastbourne Shed Project
A place where people aged 50+ can experience the joy of pottering about in a shed with like-minded people and good company. Shedders are involved in woodworking, wood-turning, refurbishing old tools and machines, personal projects and community projects. From 10 am until 4. Fort Lane, Rear of 3 Myrtle Rd, Eastbourne. BN22 7SP. Tel : 01323 727196 or 07720 444699
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.una.org.uk/branch/una-eastbourne
Langney Sports Indoor Bowls
Indoor bowls club, open every day 9 am - 10 pm. New members welcome, training given if needed T: 01323 840491 Membership Secretary E: email@example.com
For regular sports opportunities visit the Sports Eastbourne website www.sportseastbourne.co.uk where you will find various opportunities for children and adults including Tumble Tots, trampolining, football, gymnastics, walking football, dance and much more. Fees may apply. Shinewater 01323 768614, Cavendish 01323 647683. Hampden Park 01323 509859.
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This information has been produced by Eastbourne Volunteers, 1 & 7 The Labyrinth, 7 Mark Lane, Eastbourne, BN21 4RJ. Tel. 01323 381811 e: firstname.lastname@example.org