ST MARY MAGDALEN: Sunday, 9.45am Holy Communion (CW) and Baptism.
VILLAGE HALL: Herstmonceux Village Hall was recently the scene of a special dedication service commemorating the placing of a plaque naming those villagers, both servicemen and civilians, who were killed during the First and Second World Wars. The service was conducted by Rev Richard Stevens, vicar of All Saints Church, Herstmonceux. An introduction was made by Brian Clarke, a former Fleet Air Arm pilot who, with children from the local school read out the names listed on the plaque. Some thirty parishioners attended the ceremony including past and present parish council chairmen, mothers from the local nursery, and children from Herstmonceux Primary School who help maintain a nearby flower memorial trough.
MESSY CHURCH: Messy Church happens at the Reid Hall usually on the third Sunday of the month at 3.30pm. This meeting is for all ages and includes games, crafts, teaching and an act of worship. It concludes with a light tea at 5pm.
KRUGER NATIONAL PARK: Talk at the Ray and Sheldon’s over 60s Club on Friday from 2.15pm in the village hall. Call Anne on 01323 441244 for more information and if you would like to join or go along.
WOT NO HARVEY’S: The Cowbeech Panto at The Merrie Harriers runs from Thursday January 14 to Saturday January 16. There are performances daily at 7pm and 9pm with the earlier performance for primary children only. Tickets are £15 and £8 respectively in aid of local worthy causes from 01323 833749. Ticket price includes hot supper.
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