AUTUMN FAYRE: Cross in Hand Methodist Church Autumn Fayre tomorrow, Saturday, 11am to 1.30pm. Coffee, lunches and many stalls.
AGM: The annual general meeting of the Heathfield Partnership Trust Limited is taking place on Wednesday at 6pm in the Ian Price Room, Heathfield Community Centre, Sheepsetting Lane. This year marks our 20th anniversary. All are welcome to attend to hear about the work of the Partnership over the last year.
FARMERS MARKET: Heathfield Farmers Market is held on the third Saturday in the month, 9am to 12.30pm, Co-op car park. Fresh local produce and arts and crafts on sale.
QUIZ NIGHT: Saturday, October 17, 7.30pm at Heathfield Community Centre in aid of Guide Camp Site. £6 per person, teams of six. Light supper, bring your own drinks. To Book phone 01435 830504 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
BARN DANCE: Saturday, October 24 at Broad Oak Village Hall in aid of Demelza Hospice Care for Children. For information or to book phone 01435 830504.
ALL SAINTS CHURCH: Old Heathfield. Sunday, 8am Holy Communion (BCP), 11am Family Service with Communion (CW). All welcome for coffee after this this service. St George’s Broad Oak, 9.30am Family Service http://allsaintsoldheathfield.org/
ST RICHARD’S CHURCH: Sunday, 10am Parish Eucharist with activities for children. Tuesday, 2pm St Richard’s Toddler Group in the church hall. Wednesday, 10am Holy Communion. Saturday, October 17, 9am Parish Prayers in church.
CAMEO: Our last Cameo afternoon tea party of the year takes place tomorrow, Saturday, at 3pm at All Saints. All are very welcome to come. It would be useful for catering if we could know who is coming, and transport can be provided if required. Please contact Anthea on 01435 812983
CTH UNITED SERVICE: On St Luke’s Day (October 18) St George’s will be hosting the next Churches Together united act of worship, which will be an evening service with prayers for healing and wholeness. Start time is 6.30pm.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: All Saints Old Heathfield Churchyard Working Party, Saturday October 17, 10am to 1pm. The churchyard is divided into areas by paths and so makes the maintenance easily divided up between various regimes and various volunteers. This spring an amazing amount of work was done by our contractor to clear away the brambles and long grass so the autumn tidy up will be much easier than previous years. However, this year it is more important as we do not want to lose the areas back to long grass and undo all the good and hard work done earlier in the year. Because the graves are so close together they need to be strimmed and the grass raked up and barrowed to various piles around the edge of the churchyard. That’s all there is to it. You don’t need to stay for all three hours, we will be grateful for anytime you can spare. Refreshments will be available so just bring yourself and, if you have them, strimmers, rakes and wheelbarrows. If not, these will be supplied. Please wear suitable clothing, shoes and gloves. Let’s hope for a fine autumn day. (Penny Kift).
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