Cuckfield Life magazine copy dates for 2019

Cuckfield Life is the community magazine for both Cuckfield and Bolnore Village, which is printed every month and distributed to home in the area via a team of professional delivery agents. 

In order to help you plan sending in content or advertisement artwork to us, we have listed below all the key dates that you need to know for 2019. 

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January 2019
Copy date: Tues 2nd Jan
Distribution: Tues 15th Jan

February 2019
Copy date: Tues 29th Jan
Distribution: Tues 12th Feb

March 2019
Copy date: Tues 26th Feb
Distribution: Tues 12th Mar

April 2019
Copy date: Tues 2nd Apr
Distribution: Tues 16th Apr

May 2019
Copy date: Tues 30th Apr
Distribution: Tues 14th May

June 2019
Copy date: Tues 28th May
Distribution: Tues 11th Jun

July 2019
Copy date: Tues 2nd Jul
Distribution: Tues 16th Jul

August 2019
Copy date: Tues 30th Jul
Distribution: Tues 13th Aug

September 2019
Copy date: Tues 3rd Sept
Distribution: Tues 17th Sept

October 2019
Copy date: Tues 1st Oct
Distribution: Tues 15th Oct

November 2019
Copy date: Tues 29th Oct
Distribution: Tues 12th Nov

December 2019
Copy date: Tues 26th Nov
Distribution: Tues 10th Dec

January 2020
Copy date: Thurs 2nd Jan 2020
Distribution: Tues 14th Jan 2020

Leanne is the new mayor of Cuckfield

 Leanne Knappman, Cuckfield Mayor 2018

Leanne Knappman, Cuckfield Mayor 2018

By Mike Schlup

October 2018 saw the annual election of the Independent State of Cuckfield’s Mayor. The event took place at the White Harte on the evening of Friday 19th October, with five candidates standing. Votes are cast in the form of pennies and the candidate with the most pennies, or votes, at 11pm when the polls closed is declared the winner. It soon became apparent that Leanne Knapman was heading for a landslide victory and, sure enough, she finished with a phenomenal total of over one million votes! It’s only taken her 14 years to finally win but during that time she has raised tens of thousands of pounds for local good causes, more than any other candidate.

Overall this year, the candidates raised almost £11,000 which will be distributed to local good causes. More details on this in future issues.

On Saturday the sun was shining as the new Mayor began her procession from Warden Park school, along London Lane, around Brainsmead and down to the High Street. Hundreds of spectators lined the streets to welcome the new Mayor, cheering and clapping as she passed by in her open top car. The procession was supported by the fantastic Burgess Hill Marching Youth Band and the Surrey and Sussex Drum and Bugle Corps.

There were many fabulous floats but the winners were, in 1st place, Holy Trinity School, 2nd Cuckfield Scouts and 3rd Cuckfield Preschool. Winning the prize for best walking group were BPM with their silent disco and fantastic make-up. The new mayor was welcomed at The Talbot by the Sheriff of Cuckfield where she was presented with the keys to the town and a celebratory drink. The Talbot also kindly provided all the event marshals and helpers with a drink for their efforts.

Bolnore does Halloween!

As is tradition, the residents and friends of Bolnore came out of the woodwork (and coffins!) to celebrate the scariest night of the year – Halloween.

Bolnore enjoys a reputation for putting on a good Halloween show, and this year was no exception.

Alongside the bloodstained porches and cobweb infested hedgerows there were Ghostbusters, a devil on a trike and a couple of dinosaurs out in force on the streets!

Here are a selection of images we’ve been sent to round-up the night.