Willingdon, Wannock and Jevington

TRINITY DINERS: The next meal is today, Friday. To book your place please contact Jennie on 484189.

Friday, 18th November 2016, 12:05 am
Willingdon, Wannock & Jevington news

CHRISTMAS FAIR: Tomorrow, Saturday, at St Wilfrid’s Church Hall, Broad Road. Open from 10am to 12.30pm. Various stalls, plus teas, coffee, cakes and bacon buttes.

LIFESTYLE: We meet on the third Thursday of the month at 2.15pm at Willingdon Memorial Hall. Cost 50p including tea, biscuits and a speaker. More information from Teresa 503743.

SINGING: Singing for the memory takes place every two weeks. The next one is tomorrow, Saturday, at Wannock Village Hall, Jevington Road from 2.15pm to 3.45pm. For people and their carers experiencing memory difficulties, or anyone who likes to sing. £4 per person. Contact Fiona 07896364615 or email [email protected]

CONCERT: Sussex Strings are performing on Sunday at 4pm at Trinity Church, Coppice Avenue. Tickets £5 at the door. In aid of Care for the Carers.

MEET OUR STAFF: Come and meet our staff and enjoy coffee, tea and cakes on Monday, at Hair Designs, Gorringe Valley Road, Lower Willingdon. Proceeds in aid of St Wilfrid’s Hospice.

BUTTS BROW WI: The next meeting is on November 24 at Willingdon Memorial Hall, Church Street from 2pm. Our speaker is Andy Thomas on Lewes Bonfire Night. Visitors welcome. Further information from Jenny 483659.

OUR FRIENDLY CUPPA: Is on Friday November 25 at Trinity Church Hall, from 10am to noon. Come and join us, meet friends old and new for a chat and cuppa and visit our stalls.

THANK YOU: On behalf of the Willingdon Branch of the Royal British Legion, we would like to thank everyone for the fantastic involvement in the Remembrance Parades held on Sunday at St Mary’s Church Willingdon in the morning, and at the Ruthless Memorial on Butts Brow in the afternoon. A special thanks to Father Kevin Agnew for taking the services, the Kingfisher Scout Band for the marching music, Ian White for his bagpipe music and Willingdon Parish Council for organizing the event. On a less happy note, to the person who tore down the large poppies in Church Street and Huggetts Lane, they were installed with the permission of the parish council and Highways England and were there in remembrance of the fallen of Willingdon.

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