QUEEN’S BIRTHDAY: Hellingly Parish Council would like to invite you to the Queen’s 90th Birthday Celebration tomorrow, Saturday, starting at noon at Hellingly Village Hall and the adjacent field. Bring your own picnic, prize for best table/blanket or book a place to dine in the hall (food supplied) accompanied by the piano for a cost of £5, decorate your table for a prize. Teas and coffees will be served by the Guides. The Harmonie Concert Band will be playing from noon in the marquee. Races for the children with prizes, tug of war, Punch and Judy, ice cream van, Maypole dancing by the Brownies, a Royal Quiz. Please contact Tracy Harper on 01323 844108 firstname.lastname@example.org for further details or to book a table.
CHURCH SERVICE: On Sunday as it is the official 90th birthday of our Queen, Hellingly Church congregation will be celebrating at the 10.45am service with a non-Eucharistic service of praise and celebration for our Queen’s 90 years and her example of faith. It is hoped they will be joined by members of the parish council and members of the uniformed organisations.
OPEN GARDEN: This event is in aid of St Wilfrid’s Hospice and is on Saturday June 18 at Misty Acres, Lower Horsebridge, BN27 4DN. This lovely garden is full of birds, rabbits, a wildlife pond, chickens wander around the field and honey bees can be seen at work. There is limited wheelchair access. Entry is by donation to St Wilfrid’s. For more information call 01323 434200 or visit www.stwhospice.org. Light refreshments.
COFFEE MORNING: A fundraising event on June 18 at Hellingly Church from 10am to noon. Cake stall, raffle garden, produce and plants, bring and buy and refreshments.
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