These are the fab folk in Beeding and Bramber who are hosting our trail guide this year:
Beeding News, High Street (river end) Upper Beeding – leaflet, natter, papers, eggs, bread, magazines, and a cross-dressing gorilla.
The Beauty Box, opposite Beeding News – leaflet, nails, and new eyebrows depending on if you fall asleep in the chair or not.
Jayze Barbers, next door to the Beauty Box – leaflet, bloke talk, and exactly what you came in for on your head.
The Pharmacy and Store, just down from the newsagent – leaflet, hair colour, an ointment of some sort, and a bottle of milk.
The Kings Head, along the High Street from the Pharmacy – leaflet, beer, beer, and did I mention beer?
The Hub, cross the road from the Kings Head, mosey on up Church Street and it’s on the right – leaflet, carrot cake, coffee, and many many smiley people.
Khushbu, between the Beauty Box and Church Lane – leaflet, takeaways, and a chance to sit on a big leather sofa like a boss.
Beeding and Bramber Village Hall, – leaflet, craft fairs, yoga, line dancing, and BYOB 40th birthday parties.
Beeding Surgery, a bungalow next to the Village Hall – leaflet, doctors, vampire nurses, and something to take to the pharmacy at the other end of the street.
The Rising Sun (or the Riser, if you’re in with the in-crowd), along the High street, right to the end after Beeding’s Bungalow Surgery and it’s on the roundabout. Well, not actually on it, obviously – leaflet, beer, brain strain quizzes, and beans.
The Towers, a school for girls up the road from the Riser towards Henfield and on the left. It has towers. Leaflet, educational education, and fun nuns.
Back along the High Street turning right up Hyde lane, there’s Hyde Square and more leaflet hosts.
Handsome Hounds – leaflet, get your pooch primped, come out with a glittery collar that doesn’t fit either the dog or you but it’s lovely.
iMendLtd – leaflet, sort out your scratched screen, speak words you read in a manual but don’t understand, get your PC back working perfectly.
Studio 44 – leaflet, glam, more glam, and also glam.
Blue Sea Fish and Chips – leaflet, chips, fish, chips and fish, probably featuring vinegar.
St Peter’s Church and Gladys Bevan Hall, along up Hyde/Pound Lane, left along Deacons Way and off up the top end of Church Lane to the um church. Leaflet, vicar, parties, and a very big tree.
The Castle Inn Hotel – leaflet, pub stuff, garden, and more parties. We like parties.
The Maharajah – leaflet, classy Indian food, takeaways and also sit-ins (no, not that sort).
The Old Tollgate – leaflet, yet another pub and food haven, very posh parties.
Text in red means we haven’t dropped off yet. We’ll try again soon, maybe take one of those police battering rams just in case.
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