DOWN YOUR WAY (July 4th): Langney & Shinewater

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BISHOP Bell was honoured recently to be chosen to feature in a film being made to celebrate 200 years of Church Schools. The Heritage Lottery funded project features four Primary Schools from across Sussex, portraying the history of their schools and how education has changed alongside Bishop Bell School, demonstrating the benefits and meaning of being a Church School community in the 21st Century. The ‘Chalk to Mouse’ project aims to complete in the autumn.

ST RICHARD’S Church in Etchingham Road is holding their annual Summer Fair on July 14 between 10am and 12.15pm. There will be many different stalls including a Tombola and Grand Draw. Refreshments will also be on sale, so go along enjoy a drink and grab a bargain at the same time.  On July 15, St Richard’s will be holding a Pets Blessing Service at 5pm in the church hall. This has been held for a couple of years now and has been very popular, with lots of interesting pets being blessed. All are welcome, but pet owners will need to be responsible for their own Pets.  For those who have children, St Richard’s run an exciting Sunday School between 9.50am and 11.10am on all Sundays during school term time. There are a variety of Fun Activities for children of all ages and everyone is very welcome.

DON’T miss out on the Jubilee Summer Fayre on Saturday this week (7th) from 10am until 1 in the afternoon at St Barnabas Church in Kingfisher Drive. Plenty of stalls, munchies, Greetings Cards and bric-a-brac will be on sale for you.

Langney Area Panel AGM takes place on Thursday, July 12 at 6pm from Langney Village Hall. The Village Hall is formerly known as Langney Community Centre and is in Etchingham Road. All Langney Residents are welcome and free refreshments will be available too.

GET fitter and tone up for free by going for a Friday evening stroll. Every week from 7 until 8pm in the evening, a group meets outside the Co-op in Milfoil Drive known as Shinewater Healthy Walk. It’s a chance to meet some new faces, get some fresh air and have a good chit chat. Paula Hubens can be contacted on 07740899559 for more info or you can indeed e-mail her, p.hubens@btcv.org.uk.