From the Peacehaven Newsletter:
Peacehaven is getting ready for the biggest event of its centenary year — the community summer fair. The event, with its associated Zero Degrees skate festival and car boot sale, will be at Centenary Park on Saturday, July 16, from 11am to 3pm.
Local organisations and groups are organising lots of fun stalls and there will be a funfair, food vans and a beer bar.
A special Health Zone is being organised by Sussex Community Development Organisation as part of the Healthy Peacehaven project and Wave Leisure is organising the arena activities.
Other attractions will be owls and birds of prey, pony rides, dog agility and Jaws & Claws, showcasing reptiles, scorpions and other beasties.
The Mayor, Cllr Jean Farmiloe, will open the event. She said: “I hope both residents and visitors will come along and enjoy this special day. “We have organised it with every age group in our community in mind.”
A CTLA community bus will provide half-hourly return journeys to and from the park from the car park at the Meridian centre (schedule pictured).
For visitors with cars all-day parking will be available via Piddinghoe Avenue for just £1.
For people taking part in the car boot sale access will be via Hoyle Road to the Farrington Estate entrance to the park.
The town council thanks all the sponsors, who will be named in the official programme, and the businesses who have contributed towards the raffle in aid of the Mayor’s Peacehaven projects. Thanks also go to Wasp Printers, which has designed and printed the programme, enabling every household in Peacehaven and Telscombe Cliffs to receive a copy through their front doors in time for the big day.
The Gateway Cafe will be open all day as usual serving a selection of food and drinks.