Have your group or organisation featured in The Crowborough Magazine

Community Features are a way for non-profit making local groups and organisations promote themselves to the wider community.  These pages are free but space must be booked in advance.  Either I will come to one of your meetings/events and write about the group or you can submit text which I will edit appropriately for the publication.
Crowborough Miniature Railway

Crowborough Miniature Railway Easter Opening 2020

“The Crowborough Miniature Railway, located at the Goldsmiths Recreation Ground in Crowborough, will be re-opened by the Town Mayor on Good Friday, April 10th 2020 for the start of the new running season. Crowborough Locomotive Society was established in 1989 and has built and operates the Miniature Railway at Goldsmith’s ...
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Feature: Clued-up.Info supporting young people aged 11-25

Crowborough’s support service for young people, Clued-up.Info, is based in the high street and provides a drop-in service for young people looking for advice and support - almost like a Citizen’s Advice for young people but operating under different guidance. Clued-up.Info is a charity and it relies heavily on funding ...
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Singing for Fun Ladies Choir

“We are ‘Singing for Fun’, a Crowborough based ladies’ choir.  Under the guidance of our Musical Director, Mark Beesley, we sing a wide variety of music, anything from Bizet to Bernstein, Lloyd Webber to Vaughan Williams together with a little Fauré or Tchaikovsky and of course Karl Jenkins and John ...
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Pine Grove Pictures – A great evening out in Crowborough

Considering an evening out, but want to stay local, then a film at Pine Grove Pictures in Crowborough Community Centre could be the answer. Since showing their first film, Midnight in Paris, in 2014 they have provided film entertainment on one Friday evening of every month. Films are chosen to ...
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Old pictures from Crowborough Bonfire & Carnival

Crowborough Bonfire & Carnival Society

September may seem like an unusual month to start celebrating Bonfire Night but in Sussex it marks the start of the Bonfire Season.  All the societies across Sussex (and two in Kent) take it in turns to host their annual torch lit processions, ending with a firework display, from September ...
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Crowborough’s Secret Stones

Crowborough Secret Stones are proving a great success in getting Crowborough residents out walking and exploring their local area.  Not only are residents in and around Crowborough finding beautifully painted stones by fellow residents, but we’re also taking part in a collective arts project! It’s a national craze that is ...
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Friends of Crowborough Hospital

We’re fast approaching the August Bank Holiday and if you’ve been in the area for a while you’ll know that Crowborough Hospital will be hosting it’s annual Bank Holiday Fête, organised by the Friends of Crowborough Hospital. It’s one of those things that we always remember during the August Bank ...
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Keeping Crowborough Tidy: Brighter Crowborough

Launched in February 2016 by resident David Collumbell, after seeing the success of neighbouring group, Brighter Uckfield, Brighter Crowborough is a growing band of like-minded volunteers who want to keep the streets, paths, hedgerows, waterways and woodlands free of litter. They meet up on Sunday mornings from 9am, alternating between ...
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Stone Ness Walled Garden

Blink and you might miss the entrance to this wonderful, peaceful retreat located on the A264 in Ashurst near Langton Green.  Luckily I had done my homework and recognised the logo to Stone Ness Walled Garden on the roadside.  Once parked I followed the path that seemed to disappear deep ...
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Darwin House Retirement Home

It’s often a difficult subject to bring into conversation, when it’s time to think about the possibility of a retirement home, either for a family member or even admitting it to yourself. There are many choices of retirement properties available including flats and large specialist retirement homes but often the ...
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Crowborough Top of the Weald as festival planned for May 2017

Crowborough has strong connections with Sir Arthur Conan Doyle who moved to Windlesham Manor in 1908, brought up a family and continued his writing until his death in 1930. In the Crowborough Town Council document; Top of the Weald – A Vision for Crowborough 2010-2030 it said “By 2030 we ...
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1st Crowborough Scout Group – full of adventure

1st Crowborough Scout Group is one of the oldest and largest Scout Groups in the country.  It consists of 3 Beaver Scout Colonies, 3 Cub Scout Packs and 3 Scout Troops.  Our Scout Headquarters is in Whitehill Road. So what do we do? We have a progressive programme across all ...
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Rotary aid for Nepal

The Rotary Club of Crowborough has purchased two Shelterboxes, at a cost of nearly £1400.00, which have been airlifted out to help stricken families in their devastated country. The scheme, initiated by Rotary, involves the provision of a large box which contains a disaster relief tent for a whole family, ...
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Crowborough Miniature Steam Railway

“The Crowborough Miniature Steam Railway at the Goldsmiths Centre has made considerable progress with their track extension since gaining approval from Wealden Council in May 2014. With increased popularity of this miniature railway, the Crowborough Town Council has purchased a slice of the adjoining field to enable the Crowborough Locomotive ...
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Crowborough & District Lion’s Club

“It’s a new year and fresh challenges lie ahead for the members of Crowborough & District Lions Club. Formed in 1974 by twenty or so Crowborough residents driven by a desire to put something back into the community and have fun in the process, the Club is looking forward to ...
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The Powdermill Trust for Nature Conservation

The Trust is looking for someone to manage it’s eleven acre site on the edge of Rotherfield Village from April 2015. The position is voluntary and will suit someone who has a love of the countryside and the natural environment. The Reserve consists of approximately 80 per cent ancient woodland ...
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 Crowborough Foodbank  Crowborough Netball Club  Worldwide Opportunities on Organic Farms  Crowborough Junior Runners


 Crowborough Carnival & Bonfire Society  Wildlife A&E  Local Supermum


 Crowborough Arts