REGULAR EVENTS FOR SENIOR CITIZENS
Please see the Heathfield and District Age Concern Newsletter for the latest list of events for senior citizens http://ageconcernheathfield.org.uk/newsletter/
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Antenatal Classes with the NCT
Get the best possible preparation for your new arrival. NCT classes are for both parents and cover labour and birth and early parenthood. Our 6 week courses run regularly for parents-to-be from across the Heathfield and Uckfield areas. Discounts of up to 90% are available for low-income families. Email Rachel on firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0208 752 2385 or go to www.nct.org.uk/courses for more information.
Antiques and General Market
Every Tuesday and Saturday morning an antiques and general market is held next to Butchers Hook Cafe, Burwash Road. For more information contact telephone number: 01435 860760/07966 176015.
Arts and Crafts Coffee Morning
Held every Friday morning, 10.00am - 12 noon, State Hall, Station Road. Do you enjoy art, knitting, quilting, card making, etc, or just a chat over coffee with friends? Everyone welcome. For more information contact 01435 863786 or pop in.
Drop-in clinc held every Tuesday, 9.30am - 11.15am, Heathfield Community Centre, Sheepsetting Lane, Heathfield.
Ceroc (partner-led dance class)
Daisy Birthing Active Antenatal Classes with Midwife Lucy Newman
For information, please contact Lucy Tel: 07519 620029, Email: email@example.com or go to: Website: www.thedaisyfoundation.com/antenatal-classes-in-east-sussex-lucy-newman
KIDS dance, Wednesdays at Punnetts Town Village Hall. Group 1 - 3.30-4.15pm ages 4-9 £5 beginners creative dance via street dance and Group 2 - 4.15-5.15pm ages 8-14 £5 intermediate contemporary hip hop fusion.
Adult tap at Heathfield Leisure Centre, Tuesdays, 8.30-9.30pm beginners £6.50 and 8.30-10.00pm improvers £10. I have plenty of spare shoes for try outs, just drop me a message about the size. Also I'm happy to report we have men in the class now, all very keen beginners. Contact Chloe le Fay on 07766 736421 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Dance to be Fit and Pilates
Contact Corrine Marsh on 01435 864685. Classes held in Broad Oak and Punnetts Town.
Dementia Supper Clubs for carers and people with dementia
For Carers and people with dementia. For information on groups in Heathfield contact 01323 432340.
Dementia Support East Sussex
For all people living with dementia and their carers. The sessions are led by professional tutors and thoroughly enjoyable. Experience is not necessary - just an interest in meeting new friends and group singing. For further information visit dementiasupport.me.uk
Empty Meadow (Meditation and Mindfulness)
Teaching and practising meditation and mindfulness for all members of the community. Sessions are free. The group meets every Saturday morning at Broad Oak Village Hall between 9.30am - 11.00am. Telephone number 01435 517000 or email email@example.com
English Folk Dance
Meet every Tuesday, 7.30pm - 10.00pm, St Richard's Church Hall, Upper Station Road, TN21 8DS. The first evening is free then you pay £2 per session including tea/coffee and a cake or biscuit. All abilities are welcome.
Extend and Flexercise
Flexercise class every Monday at State Hall, 10.00am - 11.00am. Low impact class, No need to book. Costs £5 per week.
Extend and Flexercise class every Monday at State Hall, 11.15am - 12 noon and costs £5 per person and includes refreshments. Exercise clases to music designed to improve balance and core stability, strengthen and tone muscles, Suitable for all ages. For more information contact Jenny West, Extend on 0757 8023667 and Margaret Cutting, Flexercise on 0759 2026814.
Facing Cancer Together
A support group for women in Heathfield and the surrounding area. The group is open to women of any age with a cancer diagnosis of any kind and women who are caregivers to someone with cancer. For more information contact Pamela Birss at firstname.lastname@example.org, www.facingcancertogetherheathfield.org.uk, find us on Facebook or call 07413 311382.
Heathfield Chroal Society
Heathfield Chroal Society is now meeting for rehearsals in a covid-friendly and socially distanced manner at Horam Village Hall on Monday evening at 7.30pm. We are singing Handel's Messiah in preperation for our Christmas Concert. All voices welcome. Further details: https://www.heathfieldchoral.org.uk
Meet under the Town clock every Wednesday morning at 10.00am. This is a free 1 hour walking session organised by The Conversation Volunteers. No need to book. Optional refreshment between 11.00am -11.30am for £1 at State Hall. For more information please contact Lorna Neville, 01424 444675.
Hearing Aid Maintenance and Batteries
Drop in sessions, 1st and 3rd Wednesday in the month, 10.00am - 12noon, Heathfield Fire Station. You must take your brown book as no batteries will be supplied without it.
Heathfield and Waldron Carers Information and Advice Group
Heathfield Farmers Market
A farmers market is held on the third Saturday of the month in the Co-Op car park, 9.00am - 12.30pm. For full information please click on the Farmers Market button. Dates for 2023 are:
IT for You
Basic IT sessions held at Heathfield Library, Tuesdays 2.30-4.30pm. The aim of IT For You sessions is to give people the skills to manage their lives online.This may be very basic help for people who have never used a keyboard or mouse. It may be help with using a particular website to apply for jobs, claim benefits, pay bills, look up information etc.; setting up and using email, or social media accounts; Word and Excel, and more! The trainers have chat with the customer first to ascertain their needs and work from there. Some customers need to come just once, other come for several weeks. To book phone 01323 463759.
Lindyfit Weekly Stroll Dance
Held at Union Church, Thursdays at 10.00am. Both ladies and gentlemen are welcome. Within Lindy Hop dancing there are dances that do not need partners called Strolls. These are not high energy and designed for all abilities. Contact Melanie Stemp 07766 881045 or email melaniestemp633@gmail
Knit/Crochet and Natter Groups
Held at Heathfield Crafts, 4 Station Road, Heathfield, TN21 8LH. Monday 4-6pm, Tuesday 9.30-11.30am, Wednesday 7-9pm, Friday 10-12pm. Drop in and pay £5 on the day. Tea and cake provides with lots of natter and a warm welcome.
Memory Moments Cafe
For people with memory problems and their families/carers, 2.00pm - 5.00pm, every Thursday at the Heathfield Youth Centre, High Street, Heathfield. No need to book and the cost is £1.00 to cover tea/coffee and cakes, a little fun and laughter with games, talks, music, dance and crafts. For further information contact 01273 494300, email email@example.com or visit www.knowdementia.co.uk
Mental Health Drop Ins run by Southdown Housing Association
The Hailsham Wellbeing Centre offers a range of community-based mental health and wellbeing support to enable people to get well, stay well and prevent crisis. They are part of a network of mental health recovery support, called the East Sussex Community Network and run a social group drop in session at the Heathfield Fire Station from 10.00am – 12.00pm every Tuesday where you can meet with a Recovery Worker who will work with you to develop a personalised wellbeing plan.
Music for the Memory
Alternate Fridays, 2.00pm - 4.00pm, Osborne Function Room, Holy Cross Priory, Lewes Road, Cross-in-Hand. Free service for those with mild to moderate dementia and their carers. For more information contact Jackie on 07788 101518.
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Held at the Cart Lodge, Horam Manor Farm. Visit www.energyworks-uk.com for information.
Time To Talk
Held 1st Tuesday of the month, Pilio's, Heathfield, between 10.00am - 12 noon. Run by U3A you don't have to be a member and aims to "de-stigmatise" feelings of loneliness and isolation.
Join for a cuppa and chat at the Union Church hall, 1.45pm - 3.30pm. Wlecome to all ages.
Waldron Country Market
Second Thursday of the month, 10.00am-12.30pm, Holy Cross Priory, Lewes Road, Cross-in-Hand (on the B2102 between Beacon Down and Blackboys). Produce sold - jams, marmalade, chutney, cakes, hand-made cards, knitwear, plants, vegetables and flowers in season. For more information please contact 01435866419
For a local group go to https://www.weightwatchers.com/uk/find-a-meeting/search?search=Heathfield%20TN21,%20UK
Annie’s Yoga – certified Ashtanga and Vinyasa Yoga teacher
For information contact Annie on 07899 043440 or email firstname.lastname@example.org