Easter Fayre: on Saturday 19th March at 10.00 am - 12.30 at St Johns Parish Hall - Meads Street
Entrance £2.00 for adults (children are welcome free!) and this includes a drink and a hot cross bun.[Proceeds are to be shared with Friends of the DGH]
Stalls include home baked cakes & Craft items, Plants, Bric a brac, Handbags, Books. Also there is a Tombola, Guess the weight of the Cake, Name the Teddy (take him/her home). Raffle for a giant Thornton’s Easter Egg & Face Painting
The next meeting: of the Eastbourne Association of Sussex Folk will be on March 21st at 7.30 p.m. when Mat Homewood will be talking about “A Turbulent History of Pub life in Lewes”. The venue is the Church Hall of St Saviour and St Peter, South Street. New members and visitors are welcome at meetings and should ring Denise on 763163 or Jill on 737073.
The Eastbourne Flower Club: meets on the first Tuesday of each month at 2.30pm at St John’s Parish Hall. For further details please contact Ann Williams email email@example.com or telephone 01323 482350.
The Friends of Meads Parks and Gardens: invite you to an Easter Egg Hunt at Helen Gardens on Good Friday, 25th March from 11.00am. For children 10 years and under - £2.50 per child. There will be an Easter Bonnet Competition at 12.00noon. 50p entry and large bunny prize. There will also be egg and spoon races for children and parents and a cake stall. For registration – https://wwwfacebook.com/ friendsof meadsparksandgardens.
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