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DIARY
January 2016
Mon 25th West Dean Tea & Chat: 10.30am
Mon 25th East Dean Parish Council Meeting: East Dean Village Hall: 7.30pm
Wed 27th Flood Action Group Meeting: 7pm: Singleton Village Hall

February 2016
Mon 8th West Dean Tea & Chat: 10.30am: West Dean Gardens, Visitors Centre
Mon 15th - Fri 19th Half Term Activities: Weald & Downland Museum
Fri 19th - Sat 20th Understanding Agincourt Activities: Weald & Downland Museum
Thu 18th Singleton & East Dean WI, Singleton Village Hall, 7pm. Guest Speaker Karen Towns, Bignor Roman Villa
Fri 19th Deadline for The Valley Diary Printed Edition submissions/changes: 12noon
Mon 22nd West Dean Tea & Chat: 10.30am
Wed 24th Singleton Lunch Club

March 2016
Sun 6th Mother's Day: West Dean Gardens
Sun 6th Mothering Sunday: Weald & Downland Museum
Mon 7th West Dean Tea & Chat: 10.30am: West Dean Gardens, Visitors Centre
Wed 16th Singleton & Charlton Parish Council Meeting, Singleton Village Hall, 7pm
Thu 17th Singleton & East Dean WI, Singleton Village Hall, 7pm – Open Meeting. Guest Speaker Lt. Com. B. Witts, History of Whale Island
Mon 21st West Dean Tea & Chat: 10.30am
Wed 23rd Singleton Lunch Club
Wed 23rd - Fri 27th Easter Egg Trail: West Dean Gardens

April 2016
Mon 4th West Dean Tea & Chat: 10.30am: West Dean Gardens, Visitors Centre
Mon 18th West Dean Tea & Chat: 10.30am
Thu 21st Singleton & East Dean WI, East Dean Village Hall, 7pm – Open Meeting. Guest Speaker Emily Bardon, Everyone Can Sing
Mon 25th The Valley Gardening Club Bacon Bap Morning, 10.30am, East Dean Village Hall
Wed 27th Singleton Lunch Club
Sat 30th Goodwood Horse Racing
Sat 30th - Sun 1st (May) House Opening: West Dean Gardens

May 2016
Mon 9th West Dean Tea & Chat: 10.30am: West Dean Gardens, Visitors Centre
Thu 19th - Sat 21st Goodwood Horse Racing
Thu 19th Singleton & East Dean WI, Singleton Village Hall, 7pm. Resolution Meeting
Mon 23rd West Dean Tea & Chat: 10.30am
Wed 25th Singleton Lunch Club
Wed 25th Singleton & Charlton Parish Council Annual Parish Meeting, Singleton Village Hall, 7pm

June 2016
Fri 3rd Friday Night Goodwood Horse Racing
Sun 5th Goodwood Horse Racing
Fri 10th Friday Night Goodwood Horse Racing
Sat 11th East Dean Village Fete
Mon 13th West Dean Tea & Chat: 10.30am: West Dean Gardens, Visitors Centre
Thu 16th Singleton & East Dean WI, Singleton Village Hall, 7pm. A Crafty Evening
Fri 17th Gentlemen’s Lunch, East Dean Village Hall, 12.30pm
Fri 17th Friday Night Goodwood Horse Racing
Sat 18th & Sun 19th Wests Wood Fair: 10am - 5pm
Wed 22nd Singleton Lunch Club
Sat 25th The Valley Gardening Club Rose Show, 3pm, Singleton Village Hall
Mon 27th West Dean Tea & Chat: 10.30am

July 2016
Sat 2nd The Valley Gardening Club Valley Garden Competition Judging
Sat 9th Singleton Village Fete
Mon 11th West Dean Tea & Chat: 10.30am: West Dean Gardens, Visitors Centre
Wed 20th Singleton & Charlton Parish Council Meeting, Singleton Village Hall, 7pm
Thu 21st Singleton & East Dean WI, East Dean Village Hall, 7pm. Summer Party
Mon 25th West Dean Tea & Chat: 10.30am
Tue 26th - Sat 30th Goodwood Horse Racing
Wed 27th Singleton Lunch Club

August 2016
Mon 8th West Dean Tea & Chat: 10.30am: West Dean Gardens, Visitors Centre
Sat 13th The Valley Gardening Club Annual Flower & Craft Show, 2pm, East Dean Village Hall
Mon 22nd West Dean Tea & Chat: 10.30am: West Dean Gardens, Visitors Centre
Wed 24th Singleton Lunch Club
Fri 26th - Sun 28th Goodwood Horse Racing
Tue 30th Goodwood Horse Racing

September 2016
Mon 5th West Dean Tea & Chat: 10.30am: West Dean Gardens, Visitors Centre
Thu 15th Singleton & East Dean WI, East Dean Village Hall, 7pm. Guest Speaker Graham Perks, Back to School
Mon 19th West Dean Tea & Chat: 10.30am: West Dean Gardens, Visitors Centre
Wed 21st Singleton & Charlton Parish Council Meeting, Singleton Village Hall, 7pm
Wed 21st Goodwood Horse Racing
Wed 28th Singleton Lunch Club

October 2016
Mon 3rd West Dean Tea & Chat: 10.30am: West Dean Gardens, Visitors Centre
Sun 9th Goodwood Horse Racing
Thu 20th Singleton & East Dean WI, East Dean Village Hall, 7pm. Open Meeting. Guest Speaker Rupert Toovey, Treasures From Your Attic
Wed 26th Singleton Lunch Club
Mon 31st West Dean Tea & Chat: 10.30am: West Dean Gardens, Visitors Centre

November 2016
Wed 9th The Valley Gardening Club AGM, 7pm, venue TBC
Mon 14th West Dean Tea & Chat: 10.30am: West Dean Gardens, Visitors Centre
Thu 17th Singleton & East Dean WI, Singleton Village Hall, 7pm. Annual Meeting
Wed 23rd Singleton Lunch Club
Wed 23rd Singleton & Charlton Parish Council Meeting, Singleton Village Hall, 7pm
Mon 28th West Dean Tea & Chat: 10.30am

December 2016
Mon 5th West Dean Tea & Chat: 10.30am
Thu 8th Singleton & East Dean WI, Singleton Village Hall, 7pm. Christmas Party
Fri 9th Gentlemen’s Lunch, East Dean Village Hall, 12.30pm
Wed 14th Singleton Lunch Club
Mon 19th West Dean Tea & Chat: 10.30am: West Dean Gardens, Visitors Centre
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Singleton & Charlton  - 
 
DID YOU KNOW?
Shooting at Goodwood
In 1697 the 1st Duke of Richmond & Lennox, the natural son of Charles II, purchased Goodwood House as a hunting lodge from where he could ride out with the nearby Charlton Hunt, one of the most fashionable hunts in the country.

His son, the 2nd Duke of Richmond, was also keen on hunting becoming Master of the Charlton Hunt and building a little hunting lodge at Charlton, known as Fox Hall, designed by the great Lord Burlington. He commissioned the sporting artist John Wootton to paint six scenes showing his favourite hunters with views of the estate in the background.
Fox Hall is operated by The Landmark Trust and is available to rent.

The 4th Duke of Richmond was a soldier who was abroad for much of his life, dying of rabies in Canada. His son, the 5th Duke of Richmond, inherited the vast Gordon estates in Scotland which extended to some 289,000 acres and included the Glenfiddich estate. This coincided with the new fashion among the aristocracy for visiting the Scottish Highlands to shoot and fish. The 5th and 6th Dukes and their families made regular trips north for the fishing, grouse shooting and deer stalking.

The 7th Duke of Richmond was also a keen shot and photographs show him enjoying the sport both at Goodwood and in Scotland.
From the beginning of the 20th Century Game Books have been kept by family members and it is clear that the rolling Sussex countryside lends itself perfectly for creating some magnificent drives, presenting sporting birds amongst a stunning landscape.

For the past two generations the Dukes of Richmond have let the sporting rights on most of the Estate to tenant farmers and local syndicates. The Molecomb shoot is well known for its pheasant drives in the valleys of Goodwood Park and the Racecourse shoot makes excellent use of the valleys between Goodwood Racecourse, Singleton, Charlton and East Dean to present quality partridge shooting.

In recent years the Earl of March created the Goodwood Sporting Club, and the Racecourse shoot and the Molecomb shoot are now combined to create the ‘Goodwood Shoot`.

With grateful thanks, from an article by Andrew Berriman

The Palladian simplicity of Fox Hall’s brick exterior belies the exuberant decoration of the upstairs sitting room, and with the bed nestling in a gilded alcove it makes an extremely elegant bedsit.
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Peter Kearvell

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This Saturday we are at home against Lodsworth fc,kick off 2pm,if you are free please pop down to the ground grab a hot drink from the cafe and cheer on the lads...come on the Dean!!
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East deans Game is off at home tomorrow!!
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West Dean College Visual Arts tutor shortlisted for The Cordis Prize for Tapestry 2016
West Dean College, Near Chichester, West Sussex PO18 OQZ
www.westdean.org.uk
Associate Tutor at West Dean College and Master Weaver and Designer at West Dean Tapestry Studio, Philip Sanderson, has been shortlisted for The Cordis Prize for Tapestry 2016. The Cordis Prize was established by crime writer Ian Rankin and his wife Miranda Harvey, herself an amateur weaver, with £5,000 for the winner. The seven art works shortlisted are on exhibition by Visual Arts Scotland from 20 January to 21 February and the winner will be announced at a special event on 11 February in Scotland.
Philip’s shortlisted work is entitled No.13 Thrust Block Shoe and is a re-interpretation of a drawing discovered in an old engineering examination book. The drawing has gone through different stages of transition prior to weaving with alterations to scale, from 7.7cms to 122cms wide in the finished tapestry, and form; moving from a linear drawing to a silhouetted shape.
As Sanderson’s research and ideas progressed the warp spacing increased to facilitate the production of larger tapestries but also to create a surface that emphasized the woven structure of the work. The weight of weft also increased proportionally; a series of coloured threads are combined with strips of plain and patterned fabric which help to add weight and to create the potential to introduce another textile language into the weaving process.
“Working with heavier materials brings a new dynamic to the weaving and allows for greater spontaneity, the translation of the image being informed partly by a basic cartoon but equally by the limitations of the warp and weft settings,” says Sanderson. “During the production of the tapestry new connections and contrasts between the original drawing and the finished tapestry began to appear. I noticed that the ‘industrial’ object represented in the drawing was created using a woven surface that due to its heavy nature has an ‘industrial’ feel.”
The uniformity of the weft, with little variation, gives a very flat appearance to the work and suggests a more mechanical process than that of hand weaving. Additionally the flatness of the weaving contrasts with the shape of the tapestry and the original drawing is presented as a pictorial view (similar to an isometric projection) creating an interesting tension between represented and literal surfaces.
West Dean is one of the few colleges offering full time study in Tapestry and Textile Art at postgraduate level in the UK and includes a Graduate Diploma, Postgraduate Diploma, MA (Master of Arts) and MFA (Master of Fine Art), validated by the University of Sussex. Students can specialise in Painting and Drawing, Sculpture or Tapestry and Textile Art. Each student is afforded a generous studio space, regular tutorial support and access to a broad range of visiting artists and lecturers. Sanderson is an Associate Tutor on the Tapestry and Textile programme.
Following the success and great critical acclaim of its first year, Visual Arts Scotland is delighted that The Cordis Trust Prize, the largest existing award for tapestry, will be awarded once again at Converge 2016. This year’s shortlist has been drawn up by a prestigious panel of guest selectors with specialist knowledge of woven tapestry; Alison Watt, Linda Green, and Fiona Mathison, along with Miranda Harvey of The Cordis Trust and VAS President, Robbie Bushe. From over 80 entries they have selected seven visually striking works that reflect contemporary art practice andare made with the skill and technical expertise that embody the ethos of VAS.

The Cordis Prize for Tapestry 2016 shortlisted artists are:
Elke Hulse (Brasil)
Susan Mowatt (Scotland)
Gudrun Pagter (Denmark)
Justine Randall (England)
Philip Sanderson (England)
Mairika Szaraz (Belgium)
Misao Wantanabe (Japan)
College Open Day

Potential Tapestry and Textile students can see the studio in action at the next student Open Day on Saturday 6 February. For more information and to register call +44 (0)1243 818291 or email admissions@westdean.org.uk. To view the digital prospectus visit www.westdean.org.uk.
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HOLISTIC, HEALTH AND WELLBEING COMES TO EAST DEAN
The Healing Factory, owned by Kathryn Holt, will be opening its doors in a new location in East Dean this month. Offering a relaxing sanctuary for locals who are looking to unwind, relax and get those aches and pains massaged away.
Kathryn and her team will be offering a wide range of wonderful treatments including an assortment of massages; aromatherapy, deep tissue and hot stones massage and a variety of beauty treatments. The range of treatments available is beneficial for stress, relaxation, headaches, muscular aches and pains, back, neck and shoulder problems, digestive issues, insomnia and sinusitis. If you have an ache, pain or worry, The Healing Factory can help.
This oasis of calm and wellbeing can be found at Droke Farm, East Dean in a beautifully renovated farm building.
To celebrate this exciting move Kathryn and the team will be hosting an evening on Monday 15th February from 6pm until 8pm. Everyone is invited to come along, find out about all the fabulous treatments available and enjoy a glass of bubbles and a goody bag.
For more information please contact Kathryn on 07917 865918
www.thehealingfactorymassage.co.uk
Facebook – The Healing factory
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CHICHESTER DESERVES BETTER
Every report released by Highways England to date has always stated that the solution to the traffic chaos on the existing A27 is to improve the existing junctions to separate local traffic and through traffic.
Every report up until February 2015 refers to these junction improvements as a 'committed scheme' - this is the only scheme that is designed to solve LOCAL traffic problems. A new bypass is ONLY in the interest of through traffic.
Chichester Deserves Better is about saying we should move ahead with the solution that has been agreed and the solution that will benefit LOCAL traffic.
Please support our campaign by signing our petition at tinyurl.com/chi-deserves-better. This will ensure that you are kept up to date with regular updates, news and our weekly newsletter. Please also look at our "What You Can Do" page on our website at www.chichesterdeservesbetter.co.uk to see what action you can take to support your locality. In addition we have a business petition which if you are able, we would be grateful for local businesses to sign and spread the word. This can be found at tinyurl.com/chi-deserves-better-business

I just signed a petition at iPetitions.com. Please join me in supporting this important cause!
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West Dean  - 
 
APPLES FOR CIDER!
I would like to rather belatedly thank everyone for their apples; at the same time, I apologise to those people who offered them, whose field, garden, orchard, allotment, I did not attend, because I was inundated. It took 40 or 50 hours to collect the apples and make 20 gallons of cider. The Press buckled at the end and I will have to make a new one if I dare to repeat the experience. Time and tasting will tell.
I will probably name my next book: ‘The HomiCider’, in which the brewer of local cider is arrested once it has been tasted by the unsuspecting few, some of whom may not survive the experience.
Thanks again
John T O’Halloran
www.chiselandstone.co.uk
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Singleton & Charlton  - 
 
Sussex Wildlife Trust - Levin Down Update – February 2016
Ann Griffiths
I guess the grass has stopped growing now – but what an amazing season! Despite quite challenging weather, work continues on site. The local volunteers are continuing to work in Compartment 4 clearing scrub – leaving some of the more interesting species – buckthorn, willow and whitebeam, but cutting the rest to make way for the chalk grassland and young scrub regrowth. Contractors will be doing more clearance in Compartment 5 which is really coming back well now. In co-operation with Goodwood, the ash around the clump on the top of Levin will be thinned soon. The sheep will be allowed into another compartment soon – just a reminder about gates – normally they are shut, but occasionally they are tied or locked open to enable the sheep to graze more than one compartment – as ever signs will be put up. Well enjoy some winter walks on site and begin to look forward to spring!
If you have any other information about the reserve or wildlife sightings please ring 01273 492630.
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You are visiting the online pages which support The Valley Diary, a small printed publication which serves the villages of the Lavant Valley just outside Chichester in West Sussex, England, UK. The Valley Diary is distributed free of charge to all 650 homes in the villages as well as local clubs, shops, pubs, churches, public buildings and services and has an estimated readership of 2500 each month. It's paid for by it's advertisers. The Valley Diary at its outset in 2004 aims to publicise forthcoming events in the villages, to the people who live in them. Since that purpose was set out The Valley Diary has developed to include some editorial content of interest to the people who live in the villages, reports and photos of events that have happened, quizzes and crosswords, news and reviews and various other content as submitted either regularly, occasional or just as one-offs. Ted Salmon is the Editor and can be reached on 01243 818161 David Mather deals with Accounts and Advertising and can be reached on 01243 811451 Chris Kelly sorts out Distribution and can be reached on 01243 811833

Ted Salmon
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Singleton & Charlton  - 
 
World Famous Children’s Author to Visit Singleton Primary School
World famous children’s author and former Children’s Laureate Julia Donaldson is to make a very special visit to Singleton Primary School to celebrate World Book Day.

Bestselling author of The Gruffalo, which repeatedly tops the charts of the UK’s favourite children’s book, as well as Stick Man, Room on the Broom and Tiddler among many others, Julia has sold over 40 million books worldwide and has had a number of her works made into award-winning animated movies.

Her visit to Singleton Primary takes place on 1st March, which will mark a week of celebrations of everything to do with books and reading, including World Book Day on 3rd March when all the children will dress as their favourite literary character. This is particularly exciting this year as Singleton is designating 2016 as a special “Year of Reading”, with a number of inspiring activities planned throughout the academic year.

Head Teacher Chris Todd says, “We are so excited to welcome Julia Donaldson to Singleton Primary School. Her books have been a great favourite among the children for many years and have been a source of so much entertainment. It is stories like these that encourage a life-long love of books and reading in young children which is wonderful”.

Julia will come to school for the afternoon of 1st March and will perform a number of songs in a special assembly with her husband Malcolm accompanying her on the guitar. She will then lead a workshop where the children will act out a number of her stories.

Steyning Bookshop will be selling books at 2.30pm in the main school hall and Julia will be signing copies from 2.45pm. All members of the public are welcome.
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THE VALLEY DIARY
FEBRUARY 2016 PRINTED EDITION
This now published and, if you live in one of the villages of the Lavant Valley, a copy will soon be dropping through your letterbox.
For everyone else, and for those who want an early peek, here's the link to the online copy - https://copy.com/I3AygJzfRqTfByOp - where you can view, download or print. Happy reading :-)
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SINGLETON & CHARLTON PARISH COUNCIL
Please take a look at our new website which tells you everything you need to know about your local PC.
You will find information on:
· Meetings including agendas and draft minutes
· Who your councillors are and what they are responsible for
· Policies
· Budget & expenditure
· Resilience including Winter emergencies
· How to become a councillor and get involved
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West Dean  - 
 
Give your mum a creative gift, short courses at West Dean College
West Dean College, Near Chichester, West Sussex, PO18 OQZ
www.westdean.org.uk
Treat your mum to a very special gift this Mother’s Day with a creative short course in the historic West Dean House, home to the renowned West Dean College, where she can learn a new skill or immerse herself in a favourite activity on one of the 700 courses on offer. One Day Taster Courses are an ideal way to explore a new art or craft skill. For a more in-depth experience choose from a wide range of courses that run for a weekend or a few days and are suitable for all levels, from beginners through to advanced level. Short course students can escape the everyday and enjoy a creative break this summer and be inspired by the stunning countryside surrounding the college within the heart of the South Downs.

Gain confidence and learn to draw with pencil and charcoal. Learn about composition, measuring and creating perspective, proportion, scale and tone with John T Freeman. A drawing workshop for beginners (3 – 6 March Long Weekend £340).

For mums with green fingers Juliet Sargeant will show you how to plan your garden for year-round use, interest and display with an introduction to the principles of planting design, including structural and seasonal planting, and how to select plants. A garden for all seasons (9 March One Day £110 Suitable for all).

Learn how to cut and assemble ceramic tiles and select elements from old decorative plates and cups to make a mosaic wall piece. Consider line, pattern, colour and texture and finish by grouting your design. Create mosaics with found ceramic materials with Joanna Veevers (11 – 13 March Weekend £227 Beginners/Intermediate).

Annabel Tilley will help you reboot and reenergise your practice with an instant sketchbook. Make one, fill one and make another! Learn new techniques, experiment and be inspired. The instant sketchbook (11 March One Day £120 Suitable for all).

Experiment with Japanese brush-painting techniques to create striking paintings of subjects from the natural world, and discover the spiritual aspects of this ancient and unique art form. Sumi-e Japanese ink painting with Takumasa Ono (11 – 13 March Long Weekend £242 Suitable for all).

Working from source material, use simple exercises to translate colour into designs for hand knitting, then explore stitches which create rich colour and texture. Hand knitting with colour, texture and pattern with Alison Ellen (13 – 16 March Three Days £325 Suitable for all).

For more information about Short Courses at West Dean and to browse the digital brochure visit www.westdean.org.uk. First time bookings receive a 10% discount (telephone bookings only call +44 (0)1243 818300).
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West Dean  - 
 
Join in the basketmaking revival, short courses at West Dean College
West Dean College, Near Chichester, West Sussex, PO18 OQZ
www.westdean.org.uk
Experience the revival of basketmaking, chairseating and willow work, inspired by a desire to use sustainable materials. Learn new skills and use tactile willow, rush, cane and other weaving fibres to make items for your home or garden. Learn from inspirational tutors to explore age-old techniques drawn from around the world. Be inspired too by the natural landscape surrounding West Dean College at the heart of the South Downs. Escape the everyday and enjoy a creative break this summer as you join a community of tutors and fellow students eager to enrich their lives through creating.

Learn the techniques of twining and simple looping, making a connection with basketry and textiles to achieve an understanding of how to create woven structures, using a range of fine flexible materials. Textile basketry – twining and looping using moulds with contemporary basketmaker Mary Crabb (29 April – 1 May Weekend £232 Beginners/Intermediate).

Discover weaving techniques and preparation of materials in Willow work for the garden (16 – 18 May Two Days £232 Beginners/Intermediate). Basketmaker and coppice craftsman, Dominic Parrette, will show you how to make a spiral or domed plant support, willow hurdle, large sphere or fan trellis.

Experience three classic materials and learn a variety of basketmaking or chair seating techniques Willow basketmaking or chair seating in cane and rush with contemporary basketmaker, curator and author, Mary Butcher. Work on your own choice of project using basic or more advanced skills with help and support (27 – 30 June Three Days £342 Suitable for all).

Combine basketmaking, textile art and sculpture while working with a diverse range of plant fibres and techniques. Contemporary artist and basketmaker, Tim Johnson, will cover sourcing, harvesting plant fibres and colour manipulation, and introduce you to traditional and experimental methods of making string and cordage to make individual sculptural or woven objects. Explore fibre art and basketry (23 – 29 July Summer School £712 Suitable for all).

Learn traditional willow basket weaving methods influenced by Eastern Europe with Mary Butcher. From her research trips to Poland and Hungary, Mary will show you how to create an oval base without twist, invisible joins and decorative elements. Willow basketmaking – influences from Eastern Europe (2 – 5 September Long Weekend £340 Intermediate/Advanced).

ACCOMMODATION AT WEST DEAN
Wake up to beautiful views over the Sussex Downs. The bedrooms at West Dean College are a mixture of contemporary and traditional styling. From £102 per person for 2 nights (twin occupancy).

SPECIAL OFFER
For more information about Short Courses at West Dean and to browse the digital brochure visit www.westdean.org.uk. First time bookings receive a 10% discount (telephone bookings only call +44 (0)1243 818300).

FRIENDS OF WEST DEAN COLLEGE
If you are passionate about the creative arts and conservation join the vibrant community and enjoy all West Dean has to offer by becoming a Friend of the college. To find out more visit www.westdean.org.uk/friends
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