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November 11 2011

Another unmissable weekend is on the cards for all you lucky Haven residents, with the usual top quality live music, more bonfire fun, and the chance to get into the Christmas spirit. Of course, this weekend also brings with it Remembrance Sunday, so whether you're looking for some entertainment, or to pay your respects, get out there and support your local events.

Tonight it's the start of Seaford Little Theatre's latest production, Key For Two, 'A wickedly funny play of well meant plans going astray'. Catch evening performances tonight and tomorrow at 7.45pm, or go along to Saturday's matinee at 2.30pm.

On the live music side of things, brilliant rock covers band 10 Below Zero play at the Hampden Arms in South Heighton tonight from 8.30pm, while over in Seaford, folk singer Wendy Arrowsmith performs with an impressive range of instruments at the Royal British Legion from 8pm.

For those of you looking to cross the river at Newhaven around 11.30 tonight, there is a bridge opening, so take another route, or just kick back and wait.

Saturday morning sees the return of local MP Norman Baker to Seaford for his weekly surgery. Head over to Seaford Tourist Information Centre from 9.15am to meet Norman and discuss local matters.

As we near the middle of November, there's no denying that Christmas is well and truly coming. If you're already feeling in the festive mood, or fancy getting organised on the gifts front, pay a visit to St Luke's Church in Seaford from 2pm for the Christmas Fair.

Saturday evening's sure to go off with a bang over at South Heighton Bonfire Society's Bonfire Night. Get over to The Flying Fish in Denton at 6.30pm to catch the torch-lit procession and the rather fetching blue and yellow jumpers of the society, or meet them at South Heighton Recreation Ground from around 7.30pm to watch the firework display.

This Sunday is of course Remembrance Sunday, with services taking place in both Newhaven and Seaford. St Michael's Church in Newhaven will hold its service at 9.45am, followed by a parade to the South Way War Memorial where a wreath will be laid at 11am. Seaford's remembrance service and parade will start at the War Memorial on Sutton Park Road from 11am.

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