The Dickers

Upper Dicker & Lower Dicker news
Upper Dicker & Lower Dicker news

MEN’S BREAKFAST: On 10 September at 9am there is a Men’s Breakfast at the 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’.

QUIZ: On Saturday 10 September, Dicker Village Hall 7 for 7.30pm start. Tickets £7.50 include supper (2 courses) with tea or coffee. Bring your own other drinks. Teams of up to 6. Quizmaster - Stuart Higgins. Tickets and information: Jenny 01323 844687 or Glynis 01323 846924.

ARLINGTON PARISH COUNCIL: Next meeting is on Thursday at 7.30pm at Arlington Village Hall. The minutes of August 18 meeting, which include discussion of the 5000 houses in this parish, will be circulated when available. Paper copies available as usual at the Village Shop. See http://www.arlingtonparish.org.uk for all APC information.

MEDIEVAL WEEKEND: This weekend from Saturday at Michelham Priory. For more information visit www.sussexpast.co.uk.

VINTAGE TEA: This event was organised by Glynis Brook and Christine Armitage-Hinks, with added input from Sue Caffyn and a supporting team to raise funds for a memorial window to dedicate as a thank you to a lovely, talented, caring person who is sadly missed. Caroline lived in the village for many years with her first husband and their children. She was a teacher at Park Mead and a member of the Dicker Village Hall Committee. Between them, the family raised significant funds for Macmillan through many different types of events. The Village Hall and Holy Trinity Church also benefited from funds raised by separate fun events. The Vintage Tea raised enough for the window and it was installed on August 18 with members of the family and a number of the residents who made it possible in attendance.

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