ST RICHARD’S CHURCH: Sunday, 9.30am Parish Eucharist with activities for children. Service led by Revd Geoffrey Smith, 6.30pm Lent Reflections in The Community Centre. Tuesday, 1.30pm St Richards Art and Craft Group in the church hall. Wednesday, 10am Holy Communion with Revd Lucy Murdoch. Friday March 24, noon, Lent Lunch in support of Caring and Sharing. Saturday March 25, 9am Parish Prayers at St George’s.
ALL SAINTS CHURCH: Old Heathfield. Sunday, 8am Holy Communion (BCP), 11am Holy Communion with Prayers for Healing. All welcome for coffee after this service. St George’s Broad Oak, 9.30am Third Dimension. http://allsaintsoldheathfield.org
PUNNETTS TOWN VILLAGE HALL: The Annual General Meeting of the hall will take place on Monday March 27, at 7.30pm, at the hall. The meeting is open to adult residents of the parishes of Warbleton and Heathfield with Waldron, who are entitled to vote and to stand for election as Trustees. There are at least two vacancies for trustees on the Management Committee. The hall is at the western end of the village and there is plenty of car parking. For more details contact Mike Snatt on (01435) 862 925.
HEATHFIELD SILVER BAND: Quiz with Fish and Chips hosted by Heathfield Silver Band. Raffle supports Teenage Cancer Trust. Saturday April 1 at the State Hall, Station Road, 7pm for 7.30pm start. £8 per person, maximum eight people per team, includes fish and chips. Small teams can combine. Please ring 01435 862398 to book a table. Free and easy parking.Telephone 01435 862398, email firstname.lastname@example.org. www.heathfieldsilverband.org Last year we raised £260 for Autism Sussex
HEATHFIELD AND WADHURST BANDS: Wadhurst Brass Band are combining forces with Heathfield Silver Band to bring a massed concert to the church of St Peter and St Paul, High Street, Wadhurst. All Profits will go to Cancer Research UK. The leading charity in researching and finding a cure for this horrible disease. The concert will be on April 22 at 7.30pm. It is going to be a theme of a night at the movies. It features a collection of movie themes from the mid 20th through the the early 21st Century. This includes such composers as Henry Mancini, Hans Zimmer, Klaus Berandt and John Barry. Conductors, Sarah Leeves and David Healy. Tickets will retail at £8 for everyone unless you are under 12 years, in which case the price will be £5. Glass of wine included for the adults. Tickets are available from Carillon Cottage, High Street, Wadhurst and The Pet Food Shop, Station Approach, Heathfield.
SINGING: Singing for Fun for Everyone next meet on March 20 at 2pm at Cross in Hand Methodist. We sing a selection of well known songs. Refreshments afterwards. We only cover costs. Car park on the left a little way down Fir Grove Road. New singers welcome.
FASCOH: AGM and Supper, Wednesday April 5, at 7.30pm at The Space, All Saints’ Church, Old Heathfield.
CONCERT: International Music Concert in partnership with the Heathfield Choral Society on Saturday April 1 at 7.30pm at All Saints’ Church, Old Heathfield. Entrance by ticket, price £8, available from 01435 863784 or email email@example.com. Also available from Gemini, 40 High Street, Heathfield.
COUNTRY LUNCHES: Meet at Punnetts Town Village Hall at 12.30pm on the following Wednesdays: March 22, April 5 and April 19. For further information and details about these superb lunch-time occasions, designed for those who are retired and enjoy meeting with people who value the company of other like-minded people, contact Ann or Rev Roger Kenward on 01435 862618.
LENTEN LUNCHES: These programmes are designed and organised as times of fellowship and consideration for those in the community and across the globe who need our prayers and/or support. They are open for any to attend. For further details contact Marigold Clarke, telephone 01435 864896. Today, Friday, noon to 2pm at Hey-down Farm Punnetts Town in aid of Christian Aid. Wednesday March 29, noon onwards at Coach House, Old Heathfield in aid of Caring and Sharing. Thursday April 6, 10.30am at Sunningdale, Broad Oak in aid of Project Ruth.
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