HALF TERM FUN: Freedom Leisure Hailsham has kid’s club activity session during February half term. Bookings are now available for 6 to 12 year olds for activities such as swimming, ten pin bowling, a trip to the cinema, team games, arts and crafts and lots more. To book call 01323 846755.
FARMERS MARKET: Tomorrow, Saturday, get your fresh, local traceable produce at the Farmers Market on the Cattle Market site, Market Street from 9am to 12.30pm. There will be plenty of produce for that special valentine’s meal on Sunday and several crafts for that special gift, including fudge, garden ware, plants, coasters, honey and so much more. Free on-site parking and market cafe. Enquiries 01323 440567.
BOOT SALE: On the Cattle Market site, Market Street from 9am to 12.30pm. Set up from 7.30am. £5 a pitch if booked in advance 01323 440567 or 07887 910150 or £7 on the day. Strictly household domestic please, no traders or food vans thank you. Buyer’s entry by suggested donation of 20p per person to Hailsham Lions’ for their local good causes. Free onsite parking and market cafe.
CAN YOU HELP?: Hailsham Foodbank is in need of sugar, tinned tomatoes, pasta, tomato based pasta sauces, instant mash, toilet rolls, toiletries, long life milk and fruit juice which are all running very low.
CORINTHIAN CHURCH: This Sunday the service starts at 11am. The Medium on this occasion is Bob Mann. Followed by refreshments.
BONFIRE BINGO: Next Friday, February 19, at the Charles Hunt Centre (Waitrose car park). Doors open 7pm for eyes down at 7.30pm. All in aid of the next Hailsham Bonfire Society celebration and firework spectacular which this year will be on October 22.
ST MARY’S: This Sunday Holy Communion (BCP) is at 8am, Morning Service with crèche and children’s groups is at 10.30am. There is a Holy Communion Service at Emmanuel Church, Hawkswood Road at 2.45pm and Evening Prayer back at St Mary’s at 6.30pm. Thanks to a generous legacy assigned to the PCC by John Hills there is now an opportunity to move forward with the project to put in a new commercial grade kitchen, new toilets and to reorder the south chapel.
100 YEARS AGO: In February 1916 the Rev F Clyde Harvey wrote: Dear Friends, On February 20 the Offertories will be for Church of England Men’s Army Huts at the front. The Archbishops of Canterbury and York and the Chaplain General of the Forces say ‘The Church of home, we know, is most anxious to support the devoted Chaplains of our Expeditionary Forces in affording comfort and help to our brave men after hard days and nights in the trenches: and their claim upon us is all the stronger when it is realised that two-thirds of the troops are Churchmen.’ The next Day of Intercession for the War at the Mother’s Union will be on Friday Feb 4 from 10am to 4pm in church.
WATERWALK exhibition: from 13th Feb - 10th April at Gallery North Hailsham is selection of work made by local artists Clare Whistler and Charlotte Still made during three and a half years exploring local water, it incorporates their two walking water projects ‘STREAM’ a process of visiting and returning to sources and streams of the River Cuckmere in an area north of Cowbeech and ‘UNDERWATEREDGE’ a walk around the historic shoreline of the Pevensey Levels following the contours of the land.
The private view on Saturday 13 February 3-5pm, which includes performances. There will be a an art workshop on Saturday 26 March 2-4pm featuring Water themed collage, spaces are limited for this so please book a place through the gallery.
Waterwalk exhibition forms part of WATERWEEK, an event Clare and Charlotte have held for the last two years.
Over 6 days from March 14th - 19th Charlotte and Clare invite you to water walks and films. Starting from the source of the Ash at Penhurst, to where it joins Wallers Haven and crosses the Marshes to the sea. Monday and Friday’s walks are part of Wealden walks led by historian Graham Kean.
Each evening a water themed film will be shown at a different venue along the way; Asbuhrnam place, Wartling Church, Herstmonceux castle, Hooe church, Chilley farm shop and Hailsham Pavillion cinema
All events are free and open to all, for more information and updates please go to https://www.facebook.com/waterweek2016waterwalk/
On Fri 4th March they are also organising a stream clean up in Hailsham, if you would like to volunteer please contact them on firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
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