Looking for days out this February? We’ve found a variety of local events in East Sussex for you to enjoy. From live music, nature walks and knights and princess parties – there’s something for everyone.
Brilliant Birds Walk – Tuesday 13 February 2018, Rye
Spend the morning creating treats for the feathery friends that live in your garden whilst sighting winter birds on the nature reserve. The event is free and there is no booking needed, however a suggested donation is £1. Drop in to the kiosk in the Rye Harbour village car park TN31 7TX between 10am to 12pm on Tuesday 13 February 2018. Find out more.
Unplugged Saturday – Saturday 10 February 2018, Hastings
Fancy an afternoon of music in Hastings with 200 gigs to choose between? Enjoy a day of diverse music from all genres with a series of 15 minute sets. This event runs as a part of the Fat Tuesday Music Festival with free entry to various venues. See here for more information and to see a full schedule for the day.
Knights and Princess Party – Monday 12 February till Friday 16 February 2018, Battle
Enjoy some medieval family fun in Rye this February half term. Dress up as a chivalrous Lord or Lady and gain tips on everything from curtsies to combat at the Abbey and Battlefield in East Sussex. The event will take place at 10am to 3pm from Monday 12 February till Friday 16 February 2018 and tickets are available on the door. Find out more.
Heathfield Farmers Market – Saturday 17 February 2018, Heathfield
Support your local farmers and producers by heading down to the farmers market on Saturday morning between 9am and 12.30pm. Be greeted by fresh food, plants and flowers as well as items such as scented candles and dog treats. Co-Op car park, Heathfield (110 High Street, TN21 8JD). Find more information and other dates.
The Celluloid Closet – 10 February 2018, Eastbourne
This February, the Towner Art Gallery hosts a screening of ‘The Celluloid Closet’ in celebration of LGBT history month. Immensely entertaining and educational, the documentary-film features interviews with stars such as Tom Hanks, Gore Vidal and Shirley MacLaine, as they delve in to the archive of LGBT history. Tickets are on sale for £7 and the screening will take place at 1.30pm on Saturday 10 February, book your place.