Chailey Commons Society; 50th Anniversary 1964- 2014 on Saturday 27th September
The Chailey Commons Society was established in 1964 as a local social group for those interested in the heathland around the area. The Society was formed by those interested in preserving the assets of the common land and its abundant flora and fauna. The Commons Society has its own programme of events each year for its members and those interested in the heathlands.
As it is the Society’s 50th year, they are holding an Exhibition on Saturday 27th September
to celebrate their achievement over the years. This will be in the Chailey Village Hall at Chailey Green by the A275. It will be from 11.00.a.m. until 4.00.p.m. with displays from the Society and other local items of interest.
There will be free refreshments all day and those joining the society on the day will receive a year’s free
membership. There is free car parking and the Compass Bus 121 between Lewes and Newick stops outside.
The Society is always pleased to welcome new members and looks forward to meeting you.