Stone Cross, Westham and Hankham

Stonecross, Westham & Hankham news
Stonecross, Westham & Hankham news

WESTHAM POP-IN : hold Drop In sessions in Westham Village Hall every Wednesday morning 9.30 till 11.30 am, when they serve tea/coffee and biscuits at 60p. Also, there are paperback books available for 30p each.

PEVENSEY AND WESTHAM Historical Society : will be holding their next meeting in Westham Village Hall on Monday July 4 starting at 7.30 pm, when the speaker will be David Calvert who will be telling the meeting about “The Radar Stations of Pevensey Levels”. Normal entry fees apply, 25 pence for members and £1 for guests. Refreshments will be available.

THE FRIENDS OF EASTBOURNE Hospital: invite you to view the following delightful gardens on Saturday, July 2. Follow the Meads Trail asit leads you through the Meads Village an then on to the gardens at The Folly, 19 Beachy Head Road, followed by the garden at Bramwell House, 28 Denton Road, then on to 4 Cranborne Ave, Flat 1, 59, Silverdale Road and finally into St John;s Church garden in St John’s Road. A collection of delightful gardens ranging from the impressive alllotments in The Village, to the gardens of St John;s Church with some beautiful individual gardens, each are a joy to visit. Most of these gardens are disabled friendly: please ask at the gate of any of the gardens. The gardens will be open from 10.30 am to 4 pm and refreshments will be served in St John’s Parish Hall, Meads St.

THERE WILL BE A Day of Summer Madness: on Saturday June 25 at Sharnfold Farm, Hailsham Road, Stone Cross from 9.30 am to 9.30 pm. The event will be a Pirate Themed Family Festival with Free Entry and Free Parking. There will be live entertainment throughout the day, including Stix Drummers doing what they do best. A large variety of craft stalls will be there together with rides, food vendors and not forgetting a beer tent.

THE EASTBOURNE ORGAN AND Keyboard Club: will once again be “Open for |Business” on Tuesday July 5 in Westham Village Hall: doors open at 6.30 pm and the concert by David Harrild.

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