That’s it for another week then, a week in which winter reminded us of its eventual and inevitable arrival with a crisp chill in the evening air which belied the sunny, almost summery feel of the daytime. This issue would not have been possible without the help of a number of people to whom we are, as always, grateful. A round of applause, then, please, to Tony Penrose, Colin Thubron, Mike Edwards, Amanda Grant, Phillipa Grant, Shirley Edwards, Kathryn Turner, Obafemi Martins, Tom Homewood, Gavin Burke, Terry Owen, Arabella Hayes, Mike Edwards, Jenny from Chailey, Ian Harris and Mike Lance.

Contributors this week were: Katie Moorman, Jess Wood, William Leith, Ben Katz, Scott Chowen, Dexter Lee, Antonia Gabassi, Emma Chaplin, Karen Anderson, Nick Williams, Dave Wilson and Alex Leith.

Next week’s highlights include:
Thursday 28th September: Impressions of China: dragon dancing and other Chinese cultural events at the Town Hall
Thursday 28th: Stanley Robertson, Scottish folk-storyteller and balladeer at the Royal Oak
Friday 29th: Paradise Now: topical film about suicide bombers at the All Saints (right)
Saturday 30th: talk on Velazquez in Southover Grange
Tuesday 3rd October: Benefit concert for DOVE anti Newhaven incinerator concert, at the All Saints


‘Backs to the future: Paradise Now is a big highlight of
next week’s social schedule