Fletching

Fletching news

Fletching news

CHURCH SERVICES: Church of St Andrew and St Mary the Virgin, Sunday, 10am Parish Communion.

HARVEST FESTIVAL: Will be celebrated on Sunday October 2.

LICENSING SERVICE: For Father Brian Murphy is on Tuesday September 29, 7.30pm in the church, led by the Rt Revd Dr Martin Warner, Bishop of Chichester. Followed by refreshments. Everybody welcome.

CHROMATICS CHOIR: The choir meet on Monday at 7.45pm.

FLETCHING SINGERS: The Fletching Singers rehearse on Tuesday at 7.45pm.

ART GROUP: The art group is on Wednesday at 1pm.

MARTIAL ARTS: Kobudo Martial Arts is on Thursday at 5pm.

FLETCHING BONFIRE SOCIETY: The date of this year’s Bonfire Celebrations is Saturday October 22 so please put it in your diaries. Thanks. Sarah Bradford.

100 YEARS AGO: Sussex Express 29 September 1916. The Light Went Out. James Avis was summoned for not properly obscuring lights at his residence at Fletching at 1.55am on September 17. Defendant did not appear and was represented by Mr E M Rollinson, who admitted the offence. PC F Lusted of Fletching, said that the light was at Church Farm Cottages and he saw it half a mile away. On going to the house and knocking the light was at once put out. The windows were unscreened. Mr Rollinson explained that the defendant had occasion to light a candle during the night and as he always slept with his windows open he inadvertently forgot to obscure the light. Fined 10s.

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