December 2020

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Saturday 5 December 2020 - 10:00 to 16:00

Littlehampton Town Artisan Market Small Business Saturday & Food Fayre (Littlehampton High Street)

In 2020, the artisan town market is in its fifth year of bringing to the high street local producers and creators, artisan craft makers, antiques, antiquarian books, busking, performance, live art and all the colourful characters which make up the local coastline and downlands around us along the South Coast. We are very open and keen for buskers and performers to grace our high street with a kaleidoscope of entertainment. It's a chance for locals and visitors alike to gain a fresh understanding of the many community organisations, clubs and goods available within Littlehampton Town. Visit https://www.facebook.com/LittlehamptonArtisan/
Event organiser: LOCA & ADC

Saturday 19 December 2020 - 10:00 to 16:00

Littlehampton Town Artisan Market Christmas Artisan Special (Littlehampton High Street)

In 2020, the artisan town market is in its fifth year of bringing to the high street local producers and creators, artisan craft makers, antiques, antiquarian books, busking, performance, live art and all the colourful characters which make up the local coastline and downlands around us along the South Coast. We are very open and keen for buskers and performers to grace our high street with a kaleidoscope of entertainment. It's a chance for locals and visitors alike to gain a fresh understanding of the many community organisations, clubs and goods available within Littlehampton Town. Visit https://www.facebook.com/LittlehamptonArtisan/
Event organiser: LOCA & ADC

JANUARY 2021

Wednesday 13 January 2021 - 14:30

The Pagan History of Sussex - a talk by Brian Day (Conservative Hall, Sea Road, East Preston BN16 1JN)

Published author Brian Day has written extensively on paganism and other aspects of British folk culture. In this talk he will examine traditional paganism, which originated with the ancient Celts, before looking at the invented ‘pagan’ cults of the 18th and 19th centuries which still exist today. All are welcome, subject to space. Preservation Society members free; visitors £3, payable at the door.
Event organiser: East Preston & Kingston Preservation Society


December 2020