Hellingly and Horsebridge

Hellingly & Horsebridge news
Hellingly & Horsebridge news

BARN DANCE: Tomorrow, Saturday, at the Blackstock Estate at Grove Hill. £8.95 per person there will be a great night of Tex-Mex dining from 6pm and dance from 8pm. Online booking only at blackstockestate.co.uk.

FARMHOUSE BREAKFAST: Gill and Bryan Hesselgrave held their annual Farmhouse Breakfast in aid of the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Association on Monday February 13 in Hellingly Village Hall. This year it ran at capacity. The event made a record sum of nearly £2k, which will be match funded by Barclays Bank to £1k. The money is used to support the local farming community when they hit hard times, usually from illness, accidents or large animal health disease events, such as Avian Flu in birds this year. Last year there were 31 beneficiaries in the South East. The demands on the charity grow each year. Gill and Bryan would like to thank all those who attended and particularly their band of helpers, plus Tesco, Hook and Son, Offham Farm Shop and Jane Tourle for donations.

BOWLS BINGO: The next Bingo Night in support of Hellingly Bowls Club is on Monday March 6 at Hellingly Village Hall, 7pm for 7.30pm start. Entry is free. Refreshments available. All welcome.

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