A REMINDER: To all organisations in Willingdon, Wannock and Jevington to send their reports of events during the new year to me at the above address. Not to Jan Guthrie who has retired. I have taken over from her and will continue to promote your events. Please send them to me at least two weeks prior to the event.
ST ANDREWS CHURCH: Jevington held their first Sunday School in Jevington which was called Sunday Children’s Club. The mxt one is held on Sunday in the church from 11.15am. Amanda Kirkman and Wendy Richie are organising the club meeting.
CAFÉ CHURCH: The next one held at Trinity Church is on Sunday, the theme is Why Meet. Come and join us at 10.30am and enjoy the new experience with refreshments and time out with God.
CHURCH CONCERT: At Willingdon Parish Church, St Marys, Church Street on Monday commencing at 7.30pm. Choir pieces, vocal ensembles, various instrumental items. Retiring collection to Church Music Fund, supporting Children with Cancer.
NEXT MEETING: Willingdon and Jevington Parish Council meeting will take place on Monday at Willingdon Community School, Broad Road. Planning meeting starts at 7pm followed by full council meeting at 7.30pm.
LIFESTYLE: Meetings are held in the Memorial Hall, Church Street, Willingdon on the third Thursday of the month at 2.15pm. A small charge of 50p entrance. Telephone 503743 for more information.
BUTTS BROW WI: Would be pleased to welcome visitors to our next meeting on Thursday February 23 at 2pm at the Memorial Hall Church Street. Our speaker is Tessa Boase who is giving a talk on Grace Higgins - the Angel of Charleston (the Housekeeper). Please phone Jenny Gibbs for further details 01323 483659.
WANNOCK ARTISTS: Next meet on Friday February 24, Wannock Village Hall at 7pm when we welcome Chris Oxbourne, landscape artist using acrylics. Visitors welcome £4 per person.
JEVINGTON AND FILCHING WI: The weather may have been uninviting outside the hall but inside the welcome was very warm and friendly. President Rose welcomed three new members and three visitors to the February meeting. The coffee meet had been at the Hospice and the Out and About group would be walking at the Harbour on February 27, followed by a guided tour of the Royal Hippodrome on March 3. The summer luncheon has been booked at the Kings Head Horsebridge and members were asked to make a note of tea at Ringmer WI on June 29. Also stewards were needed in the WI craft marquee at the South of England Show on June 8 to 10. The craft group would meet as usual on the third Thursday in the month at Christine’s house and this month there would be decoupage eggs to make or painted note cards. A lovely display of green hearts made by members and representing Climate Change were on display. Next month’s meeting Teddy Bear’s Picnic will be an opportunity for members to get to know one another. Bursaries to be used at WI events were drawn out of a hat and given to four lucky members. This month’s competition, A Lion, was won by Maureen B’s beautifully painted lion’s head. Our speaker Ken Pollock captivated everyone with his skilful and amusing Tribute to Stanley Holloway. Members thought they’d heard it all with Albert and the Lion, Magna Carta and Sam but then came the community singing which nearly raised the roof. The finale was the Battle of Hastings where Ginny portrayed William the Conqueror and Ros was King Harold. Well done all. Our next meeting is at 2pm on Thursday March 9 in Trinity Church Hall, Coppice Avenue, Lower Willingdon for a Teddy Bear’s Picnic. The competition is a teddy bear. Visitors are welcome and for more info please see our website www.jevingtonwi.co.uk or ring Rose on 01323 849562.
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