ST RICHARD’S Church in Etchingham Road will be holding a very special service on the day before Valentine’s Day - February 13 at 3pm.This will be a Thanksgiving for Marriage Service during which, anyone who would like to, will have the opportunity to renew their marriage vows.
Fr David Ashton said, “We held one of these services a few years ago and it proved to be very popular, with nearly 30 couples renewing their vows at the same time”.
If you would like to take part please ring Fr David on 01323 761158.
The church is now also available for hire. This can be for regular or occasional use, Monday to Friday between 8am and 5pm. Occasional hire can be arranged on certain Saturdays and Sunday afternoons.
EASTBOURNE Borough Football Club will be playing away this Saturday (January 15). Dorchester Town await them in round two of the FA Trophy. Action starts at 3pm. BBC Sussex will have full live commentary of the game on its website, www.bbc.co.uk/sussex, from 3pm, while a full report and pictures will appear in next Wednesday’s Eastbourne Gazette.
SOME bicycles have disappeared from Wroxham Road in Shinewater recently. If anyone knows the whereabouts of a Petro Zillia Electra Cruiser and a Blue BMX, please contact Ruth or Marcus on 01323 461061 or 07939697156.
The bikes were taken from the couple’s shed and they are of course, very keen to get them back! The Cruiser is very distinctive being covered in rainbows and is also a limited edition. I look forward to hearing about the safe return of their property!
THE Kings Centre is looking forward to a performance by The London Community Gospel Choir next month in aid of Eastbourne YMCA and Young Carers. The music begins at 7.30pm on Saturday, February 12. Tickets, £10, can be booked via 01323 521125. If you are interested in sponsoring, call the mayor’s office on 01323 415020.
CONGRATULATIONS to The Friends of Langney Primary School. We reported a few weeks ago on the scheduling and then rescheduling of the Christmas Fair! Despite the setback caused by the snowy conditions faced, they managed to collect £980! (To make it sound even more impressive, that’s only £20 off four figures you know!) The money ever-so generously donated will go towards a farm trip for the children and also a theatre production for the School. Who says this country gets halted by the snow?!
TWO Year 7 students from Causeway School have taken part in a sponsored walk to help raise money for children living with HIV/AIDS in South Africa. Dominic Walter and Liam Rakow rose over £100 by walking, running and jogging 25 laps, in the pouring rain, around Princes Park. The money raised will certainly have helped to make Christmas special for children who need basic things like milk and nappies. Well done guys! Reminder: The Causeway Year 11 parents evening is tomorrow (January 13).
DON’T forget, the Langney Shopping Centre market is open on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.