Stone Cross, Westham and Hankham

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

FITNESS LEAGUE WITH MARGARET: Tone and stretch, strengthen and mobilise ready for the Spring. Fun, achievable, non competitive, low impact exercises to music which are suitable for both men and women. Classes held at Christ the King Hall, on the Langney Roundabout Thursday 7-8pm during term time. For details ring 01323 769 603, email margaretcuttingfl@gmail.com, or FB page Fitness League with Margaret.

VILLAGE HALL QUIZ NIGHT: donates takings to Radio DGH Eastbourne. Once a month Julie Aris from Westham organise a quiz in the village hall. Each month the takings from the £2 entry fee are donated to a local charity and last month, January, £172 was given to Tracey Alexander, Chair of Radio DGH Eastbourne. The hospital radio was selected on the suggestion of one of the quiz members, Margery Holden, who listened to the radio all the time she was in hospital herself recently. This donation is very much appreciated and the Radio DGH express their very grateful thanks to Julie,

MOMENTUM DANCING WISH TO: inform all readers that a Valentine’s Swing Jive Evening will be held in St Luke’s Parish Hall on Saturday February 11 from 8 to 11 pm. Entrance costs £7 and there will be free tea, cakes and biscuits. You are welcome to take along your own drinks and snacks. For more information, contact either Pam or Lyndon on 01323 760277 or 07709 329863.

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