Ardingly is four miles north of Haywards Heath on the B2028
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Ardingly : Wikipedia
Overview of the village.
Co-educational school for ages 2 1/2 to 18, also offering venue hire for holiday courses. Includes schools profiles, news, visiting and head teachers information, and hosted course details.
Ardingly College Lodge No 4410
Private freemasonry lodge open to men of good character who are connected to Ardingly College. Includes profile, history, and overview of activities.
Ardingly International Music School
A week long singing course for soloists, choral singers and accompanists held at Ardingly College in the summer. Includes details of courses, tutors, and booking, and contact information.
Ardingly Old Jeshwang Association
Charitable group providing health centre facilities and primary health care programmes in the Gambia. Includes aims and objectives, list of members, reports on work in progress, fund raising efforts, and contact details.
Parish Council pages with local information, meetings, councillors and minutes, and information about the Village Hall.
The Culpepper family history site describes their connections with Ardingly. Includes details and photographs of brasses in the church of St Peter.
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew: Wakehurst Place
Elizabethan mansion with surrounding gardens, woods and nature reserve, and home to the millennium seed bank. Includes profile, visitor information, newsletter, and details of events, and exhibitions.
Brief details of this show at the South of England Showground for the small scale farmer, including exhibitor pack and livestock exhibitors form as downloads, and contact details.
The South of England Agricultural Society
Runs annual shows, conferences and training courses and also provides venue facilities at its showground. Profile, services, calendar and membership information.
Offers ballet, tap, modern and jazz dance classes. Profile, term dates, pupils page, and contact form.
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