Stone Cross, Westham and Hankham

British Legion: THE PEVENSEY, WESTHAM AND Stone Cross Branch of the Royal British Legion will be holding their Spring Coffee Morning on Saturday April 16 from 10 am to 2 pm in St Wi;frid’s Church Hall in Pevensey Bay. There will be many attractions including a Tombola, cake stall, Raffle, Bric-a-Brac, Books and many more. Entrance costs just 50p but for that you get a cup of tea or coffee and a biscuit. Other refreshment4s will be available. Why not go along and support this very worthy cause. The Royal British Legion, formed in 1926, does a great deal of good for veterans and their families of all conflicts. The Legion is entirely self supporting

NOW THAT SPRING IS finally on it’s way: this is the opportunity to get “out and about” to visit the many local places of interest. Whether it is by the sea, in the country or in the various towns, there is much to see and do. Just a couple of suggestions St Nicholas’ Church in Pevensey is celebrating it’s 800th Anniversary during this year and apart from that, the Church is well worth a visit, where you can learn of it varied history. The Court House and Jail in Pevenesey is holding an exhibition dealing with the 1066 invasion and how the Normans “made a mint in Pevensey”.

Looking a little further ahead: the Wealden Food and Wine Festival will take place in Pevensey Castle on Saturday and Sunday July 16 and 17 from m11 am to 7.30 pm. And of course, there is the beach, the open countryside and other places of interest4 just a short drive away.

STIONE CROSS WINDMILL :WILL be holding thei3r Spring Fair on Saturday April 9 from 10 am to 12 noon in Westham Village Hall. There wikll be many attractions in the Hall to tempt visitors. Entrance is 50 pence to include a cup of tea or coffee and biscuits.

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