BIG BARN CIRCUS DAY: On Wednesday go along to Michelham Priory and see Hazee’s Crazee Circus where the children become part of the show. The day’s activities are in the Great Barn. 10.30am Circus arts and crafts. 1pm Hazee’s Crazee Circus followed by children’s circus skills. Children’s trail in the house all day. Prize available on completion. Go along and enjoy the fun. Michelham Priory is off Coldharbour Road at Upper Dicker.
PRODUCE AND FLOWER SHOW: Start preparing your entries for Saturday September 3, 3pm Arlington Village Hall. A fun event for all ages in the spirit of have a go. Classes for vegetables, fruit, flowers, flower arranging, cookery, children’s classes and craftwork. Programme with entry form available from Upper Dicker village shop and entry forms to be returned by Wednesday August 31.
QUIZ NIGHT: Advance notice for Saturday evening September 10, Dicker Village Hall. Tickets include supper. Details to follow.
MEN’S BREAKFASTS: Saturday 10 September at 9 am Men’s breakfast, Village Shop, Upper Dicker. Join the Vicar and others for a short talk, time for a chat and a scrumptious breakfast. The breakfasts will be held monthly and in September David, our Vicar, will be talking about his ‘Life in Cars’.
FESTIVAL CAKES AND WORSHIP: Friday August 26 to Monday August 29 at the Festival of Transport, Hellingly church is running a cake stall throughout the event. On Sunday August 28 at 11am a worship service will be held in the field at the Festival of Transport.
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