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What's on in Lewes this weekend

On 28 Oct 2016 at 9:48pm News wrote:
Any ideas welcomed.
On 29 Oct 2016 at 8:11am Casserole wrote:
WHSmith is open in the town centre over the weekend, always good for a visit and browse through the magazines.
On 29 Oct 2016 at 8:43am And thats a Fact wrote:
As a break from the normal hustle and bustle & to take advantage of the tranquil lull before next weeks Bonfire storm, the tide is due to Ebb & Flow , with two performances daily, seating is still available at the John Harvey where one can between the highs an Lows admire the latest des rez's for DFL's with the 1m in handy loose change or one can retreat to the more tranquil railway Land (pop into harveys and pickup some hand sized cans of Best Bitter with the non slip printing on them, very ingenous that rough surfaced printing, And that's a Fact
On 29 Oct 2016 at 10:23am Reeves wrote:
Go and see the wonderful "light boxes" of Reeves prints from 1914-1918. See Lewes as it was.
On 29 Oct 2016 at 10:46am Sticky beaker wrote:
Why not go to a few 'open house' viewings? Try Cubitt & West or if you're really bold you could scam your way into a posh house viewing (the Croft next to ESCC is the ultimate prize)
On 29 Oct 2016 at 10:54am Bright Idea wrote:
Why don't you go along with Sara to view some properties with her in Rotten Row and De Warenne? This, I'm sure, would prove to be highly entertaining.
If you don't know who Sara is, check out her post from yesterday which achieved a record amount of replies.

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