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15 October 2014
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The Fernhurst Centre
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The Fernhurst Centre is a small Community Centre and Internet Cafe in the Centre of Fernhurst (a village in West Sussex). The Centre has been open for just 2 years and is staffed entirely by volunteers. The first WW2 day with wartime cakes and tea was held at the Centre in March 2004 and a further open day to celebrate D-Day on 5 June. The Centre took part in the WW2 Marathon War Story morning on 7 July and as a result a number of new stories and photographs have been added to the website.

The Fernhurst Centre is managed by Pauline Colcutt and can be contacted on:

Tel: 01428 641931

The Fernhurst Centre is open:
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 1000-5.30
Saturday 1000-1200

The Centre is closed on Tuesday for Adult Education Courses

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