Stone Cross, Westham and Hankham
British Legion: The Westham, Pevensey And Stone Cross Branch of the Royal British Legion have once again had a very successful Coffee Morning. It was held in Westham Village Hall on Friday November 5 and the event raised the sum of Â£1313.07 all of which will go to the Poppy Appeal. The feeling amongst Branch officials that this amount is a record for the event. The Branch wishes to thank all those who attended: also to all the kind generous people who donated prizes for the raffle and of course all those who baked and donated such a variety of cakes. The gigantic Christmas Hamper was won by the Branch Chairman, Mr Tom Drummond, who incidentally, bought his winning ticket at the Village Pop-In. And last but by no means least, the wonderful hard working team of branch members: the Branch couldn't do without them. If there is anybody who wishes to join the Branch, please contact their Secretary, Julie Pyecroft on 01323 764641, who will be pleased to provide any information you might require.
THERE WILL BE A Winter Wonderland Extravaganza: on Saturday December 3 at No 6 Horsa Close, Eastbourne, All are invited to go along to enjoy the Extravaganza which is being held in aid of Children with Cancer. Attractions include Father Christmas and his Elves (photo shoot available), Christmas Village, Raffles, Craft Stalls and Tombola. The Christmas Lights will be switched on at 6pm.
THE EASTBOURNE MOVIEMAKERS: who meet on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month in St Luke’s Parish Centre at 7 pm, (finishing at 9.55 pm) invite any Camcorder enthusiasts would like to find out more information to go along on either of the two evenings mentioned when you will be made very welcome.
THE OLD LOOM MILL: located on Ersham Road between Stone Cross and Hailsham. If you have not yet visited the Old Loom, you are invited to do so next time you are in the area. What will you find there? There is a large wool and fabric Craft Centre: delightful Tearooms with views over the South Downs: a Craft Hall where local artists and crafters display their crafts (a friendly place where you can discuss crafts and more). There is much more at the Loom, so why not stop there when you are in the area?
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