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Barcombe Village Hall is a beautiful and modern architect-designed sustainable building. The hall has been built to accommodate a wide variety of activities and functions and can seat 120 people around tables or 150 close-seated. The main hall and stage can be used as a single split-level single room or, with the aid of sound-proof stage doors, as two separate function rooms. The walls to the north and east are built substantially of glass and afford the most magnificent views down to the reservoir and across the Barcombe countryside towards the Ashdown Forest and across to the Ouse Valley. Barcombe Mills Road Barcombe Lewes BN8 5BH 07925 857233 barcombevillagehall.org.uk



February Fri 15
@ Barcombe Village Hall
Charity Quiz Night in aid of The Bevern Trust returns to Barcombe Village Hall on Friday 15th February 2019. Barcombe Village Hall is the perfect venue to host a top quiz night in aid of the Sussex Disability Charity. Charity Quiz Night Tickets are on sale now for just 8pp (tables of 6) which... more
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Tuesdays
17:30 - 18:30
Kaleidoscope's Junior Class is lively, fun and well structured. Our Drama and Dance activities will bring out the best in your child. Children make new friends, develop social skills and gradually build up their confidence as they progress through our unique curriculum.

Kaleidoscope has been established in Lewes for over thirteen years. We are partners of Priory School and have an excellent reputation.

For further information and to see reviews from our customers please see our website or Facebook Page:
http://kaleidoscopedrama.uk
https://www.facebook.com/Kaleidoscopelewes9/

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