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Peacehaven news
Peacehaven news

SUMMER FAIR: Peacehaven Community Summer Fair at Centenary Park (the big park) takes place tomorrow (Saturday) from 11am to 3pm.

MERIDIAN EVENING WI: Our next meeting will be on Wednesday July 27, 7.15pm for 7.30pm in the Anzac Room, when our speaker will talk to us about community policing. New members are always welcome.

CINEMA: On Wednesday, Dad’s Army, in the Main Hall Community House at 7.30pm. Tickets £5 from the Information Office. The film London has Fallen will be the next showing at Peacehaven’s cinema on August 3 at 7.30pm. Tickets are on sale now from the Information office at £5.

HEALTHWATCH: The Big Red Bus, Health and Social Care in Peacehaven, how is it for you? Tell us what you think. The bus will be parked at the Meridian Centre South car park between 1.30pm and 4.30pm on Monday July 25.

PEACEHAVEN CELEBRATES 100 YEARS: A special supplement of Peacehaven’s e-news magazine has been published depicting highlights of events during the past 100 years. To download this edition please visit www.peacehavencouncil.co.uk Subscribe to the magazine for the monthly news to be delivered directly to your inbox. The monthly July edition is available on line now. If you wish to advertise in this magazine or submit an article please contact deborahdonovan@peacehavencouncil.co.uk. A special Summer Fair edition will be available to view week ending July 22.

CHARITY MARKET: Tomorrow, Saturday, there will be no market. Please visit the Summer fair, Piddinghoe Avenue instead.

COFFEE MORNINGS: This week the coffee mornings will be organised by: Monday and Wednesday, Sussex Pet Rescue; Tuesday, Lyn; Thursday, Wendy Veck; Friday July 22, Church of the Ascension.

COMMUNITY CAFÉ: Now open six mornings in the foyer, Community House, Meridian Centre. Tea, coffee, egg, bacon, sausage sandwiches and cooked breakfasts available. Run by local charities. Monday and Wednesday morning the community café is organised by Sussex Pet Rescue.

KNOW DEMENTIA: Memory moments café. Everyone welcome, especially those with memory problems and their family supporter. Every Friday from 10am to 1pm, Anzac Room, Community House. Meridian Centre.

COUNCIL MEETING: On Tuesday in the Anzac Room at 7.30pm, full council meeting.

HORTICULTURAL SHOW: Saturday August 6, 10.30am to 2pm, Main Hall Community House, Meridian Centre. For further information contact Alison 01273 589502: Entry £1.

PEACEHAVEN WI: Our president welcomed members to the July meeting, after which a report was given on the annual meeting of the National Federation of WI’s at the Brighton Centre on June 11. It ended very patriotically with around 4,500 ladies waving flags and singing Rule Britannia. Unfortunately a small group did not join in and caused some controversy.

Following tea, two delightful young ladies from Raystede gave a talk on their work, accompanied by Lewis, a beautiful golden retriever dog, the charity’s mascot, who soon became friends with everyone. The girls spoke of the many and varied animals that are rescued and looked after before, hopefully, they are rehomed. Donations are all important to them as they have no funding from the government and the cost per day is an astronomical £6,000, to provide sanctuary to the 2,000 animals abandoned each year. Reluctantly we said goodbye to Lewis and the meeting closed.

Please note, there is no meeting in August but we look forward to seeing you on September 7. Enjoy your summer break. (Joy Allen).

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