We are a friendly group who meet in the Church hall of the Forest Row baptist church on the Hartfield road every third Tuesday of the month.
Doors open at 7pm where tea / coffee and cakes are available making time for a chat to friends and other members before the announcements at 7.45 regarding our groups activities etc start. We have a very active walking group where we walk in the surrounding area of 4-5 miles often followed by a pub lunch or cuppa often a couple of times a month.
At a previous hearing before the trial, Haigh had also admitted seven other offences, three of gross indecency and four of indecent assault, against two other boys at the school during the same period.
He also admitted an offence of possessing indecent images of children, found on a computer at his address when officers searched it in 2015.
Due to high demand of our services we may have to close earlier than the advertised time.
The clinics are open for all ages; young people can attend any clinic session.
Haigh, 67, unemployed, of Lavender Street, Brighton, was sentenced at Brighton Crown Court today after a four day trial on charges of offences against two of the boys.
He was convicted of four offences, one of indecent assault and three of gross indecency, against two boys who were then pupils aged between seven and 12, at the school in the 1970s.
There is a health clinic car park and the local roads offer pay and display parking.
A FORMER teacher has been given a 12-year prison sentence for 11 sexual offences against four pupils at a boarding school.
Martin Haigh was a teacher at Ashdown House School, Forest Row in the 1970s and as well as being convicted of sexual offences he was also convicted for the possession of indecent images of children.
He will be a registered sex offender for life and has been served with a Sexual Harm Prevention Order (SHPO) severely restricting his access to children and computers.
The prosecution, authorised by the Crown Prosecution Service, followed an investigation by East Sussex child safeguarding detectives after allegations were referred to them for the first time in January 2014.