Lewes triple bill in March!
March is awash with River Ouse events to come and immerse yourself in so pop these dates in your diary and we hope to see you there!
Malling Community Centre
11am – 4pm, Sat 23rd March, FREE
Following our hugely successful event in Barcombe where around 400 local people came to celebrate, learn and act for the Ouse, our next stop is in Lewes. There will be a range of exciting talks, debates, activities, and stalls. Take part in our river community mapping, contribute your ideas to the Ouse Rights of River Charter and sign up to be a citizen scientist. There will be a special contribution from Western Road Primary pupils reading their river poetry, singing the Ouse song and selling their Rescue our Rivers artwork.
It’s free to attend and there’s something for everyone. No need to book in advance, just pop in! Programme details for the talks can be found HERE:
7 – 10pm, Sat 23rd March
Upstairs, Linklater Pavilion, Railway Land Nature Reserve
Tickets in advance & on door
With more need than ever to express our devotion through an evening of Ouse celebration comes our fundraising social evening on Saturday 23rd March at the Linklater Pavilion 7-10pm. We’re looking for river themed song, poetry or performance to add to our line up. Have an act you can contribute? We want to hear from you! Email firstname.lastname@example.org with details of what you can offer. We welcome contributions from amateurs, professionals and enthusiasts!
Event booking coming soon…
Glimpses of the Ouse
6pm, Wed 27th March
Council Chamber, Lewes Town Hall
The Mayor of Lewes, Matthew Bird, is hosting a special event to celebrate the heritage and rich history of the River Ouse with an exciting talks programme.
Communities along the Ouse owe their existence to the river and in addition to salt, paper, flour and water mills there has always been a massive amount of industry and agriculture along its banks. Ships were built and launched in Lewes!
As well as talks on Industry and Transport, Bridges, The Cockshut and the Priory and Rights of Rivers there will be an exhibition of past images and pictures of the Ouse. The event encourages anyone with paintings of the Ouse, who’d like to see them exhibited, to get in touch with the Town Hall by contacting email@example.com