FATHER’S DAY: Lime Cross are holding a special event offering Manapés & craft beer, cider & wine at Olive’s Café between 12 and 3.30 plus hand-made wines, rare pine, inspirational books, fire pits and lots more.
FUND RAISING: Herstmonceux Integrative Health Centre has received a very generous donation of £1000 from the Herstmonceux Freemasons. They are currently raising funds for a new ECG machine and this donation goes a very long way to reaching their goal. They use the current ECG machine on a daily basis, this allows the Doctors to assess heart conditions during appointments and refer much quicker. A huge thank you is offered to The Masons for their generosity. Thanks also to everyone that attended the quiz in May. Over £500 was raised towards the purchase of the ECG machine. Thanks to all those who helped out on the night.
VITALITY VILLAGE SINGERS: The Vitality Village Singers meet at the Health Centre every Wednesday night from 7-8.30pm. This wonderful, friendly choir gave their first performance at the WI AGM and are due to perform in July at Lime Cross Nursery. If you would like more information on their ‘World Tour dates!!’ or just simply to join please email Laura Heales on email@example.com or speak to Bea on 01323 833535.
COFFEE MORNING: Coffee mornings are held every third Monday of the month from 10am - 12noon at the Health Centre. All welcome. Listen to different speakers every month enjoy a cup of tea, healthy homemade snack (truly delicious no matter what they say!), book discussion and a quiz. For more information speak to Bea on 01323-833535. At the next gathering on June 20 the talk is from a legal consultant advising on Power of Attorney and wills.
EVENING WALK: On Tuesday at 6.30pm, meet at Wilmington car park for a circular walk of approximately 4 miles. Ring Carol, Sheila or Rosie on 487696 or 842786 for details and to let them know you are coming along.
SUNDAY SERVICES: This Sunday the services are as follows. All Saints: 9.45am Holy Communion (CW). St Mary Magdalene, Wartling: 8am Holy Communion (BCP). 3.30 Messy Church, Reid Hall, Boreham Street. Messy Church is for all ages and includes games, crafts, teaching and an act of worship. It concludes with a light tea at 5pm.
RAY & SHELDON CLUB: The meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Friday afternoons of the month between 2pm and 4pm, in the small hall of the Herstmonceux Village Hall. On June 24 Richard Rattle will give a talk on Kipling and Batemans. The talks are followed by tea, cakes and raffle. If you are over 60 you will be more than welcome to join this friendly group. For more information call 01323 441244.
PLANT SALE: Thank you to everyone who helped, grew things and attended All Saints annual Plant Sale in May. Special mention must be made of local nurseries - Lime Cross Nursery, Flowers Green Plants and Boreham Mill Nursery and Plant Centre, who are always so generous and support the event every year so faithfully. The grand total was £797.52 all to go to much needed Church funds. It was a very enjoyable morning with very good quality plants, books and sundries - lots of bargains were had! Happy summer gardening to everyone.
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