Stone Cross, Westham and Hankham

PEVENSEY AND WESTHAM COMMUNITY Forest Garden: invites the public to attend Apple Day on Saturday September 29 from 11am to 4pm at the Sports Club, Entrance is via Pevensey Recreation Ground car park in Wallsend Road. Pevensey BN245NX. There will be an Information stall to browse at, Refreshments will be provided by Pevensey and Westham Sports Club.

Friday, 28th September 2018, 6:00 am

Bring your own washed apples and pears for Juicing by our apple pressing equipment. For further information and guidelines, please contact [email protected] or phone 07402323182 Free guided tours of our Forest Garden nearby.

WATCH OUT FOR THESE fake TV Licensing emails: There has been a marked increase in reports about fake TV Licensing emails claiming to offer refunds. The emails state that the refund cannot be processed due to “invalid account details”. The links provided in the emails lead to phishing websites designed to steal personal and financial details.

Always question unsolicited requests for your personal or financial information in case it’s a scam. Never automatically click on a link in an unexpected email or text.

SAVE A LIFE SURRENDER your knife: Sussex Police supports national knife crime campaign Sussex Police together with other forces are supporting Operation Sceptre – a national knife crime campaign which aims to reduce the number of people, especially young people, carrying a weapon. Officers will be undertaking proactive activities across the county and encouraging knife owners to give up their blades anonymously as part of a national initiative to tackle knife crime. To enable knife owners to give up their weapons safely and without fear of prosecution, knife bins are located at police stations across Sussex from September 17 - 24. In addition to the amnesty bins, officers will be attending local schools, making test purchases and performing proactive patrols across the county.

POLICE WARNING AS TELEPHONE fraudsters net tens of thousands across Sussex Police are reminding Sussex residents, especially the elderly, to stay on the alert for bogus phone calls and visitors, after a number of cases over the last month. In each case, residents have received phone calls from someone purporting to be from their bank or from the Metropolitan Police, either saying that there were problems with their credit or debit card accounts or that they were investigating a case of fraud. Thousands of pounds have been withdrawn in Worthing, Shoreham and Hove recently.

ST LUKE’S CHURCH HARVEST Festival: will be on Sunday October 7 with a Ploughman’s Lunch in the Parish Centre after Mass.