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CREAM TEA: Jackie Bishop will be holding her annual cream tea at her home, 4 Clare Road Tel: 01273 475512 on Sunday from 2.30pm to 4.30pm at a cost of £4 per head. All proceeds will be divided between Prostrate Cancer and St Mary’s Church Hall Renovation Fund. Also raffle, plants and tombola.

CHRIST CHURCH: Worship on Sunday at 10.30am will be led by Dr Graham Campling and at 6.30pm Rev John Gordon will be leading evening worship. Next Friday our Christ Church Tots group starts again after the summer break. We look forward to seeing our children and carers back again and also welcoming any new children and their carers. The group meets from 9.30 am for play and at 10.15am there is refreshments followed by more play. We then have a short story with singing before going home time. The cost is just £1 per family.

ST MARY’S GARDENING CLUB: Summer Flower and Produce show takes place tomorrow, Saturday, at St Mary’s Social Center from 2pm to 4.30pm. There will be exhibits of flowers, vegetables, cookery, crafts and photography. For the first time this year we have the great Potato Challenge where members have grown a potato in a plastic sack and the winner will be the person who has grown the most potatoes by weight. There is an excellent raffle and bottle tombola. You can buy books, plants and produce as well. For £1 you can get a lovely cup of tea and a piece of homemade cake, an absolute bargain. Come and visit us, all are welcome.

QUIZ NIGHT: At St Mary’s Supporters Club tomorrow, Saturday. Starting at 8.30pm to include a raffle. Maximum six to a team at £2 per head. Winning team may choose the prize money or give it to a charity of their choice.

BINGO: September 18 at St Mary’s Supporters Club. Eyes down 8.30pm with cash prizes and raffle.

JUMBLE SALE: Nevill Juvenile Bonfire Society will be holding a Jumble Sale at the Ringmer Village Hall tomorrow, Saturday, doors open 2pm. We will be collecting jumble in your area tonight, Friday, from 6pm and would be grateful if you could leave any jumble by your front gate for us with the Leaflet attached. This will avoid disturbing you. Unfortunately we are unable to collect any large or electrical items such as beds, fridges etc. Our next sale will be December 12, including the sale of pot grown Christmas trees.

DEVELOPMENT SITES: My wife and I read the article, 49 Development Sites, in last week’s Sussex Express about the sites and couldn’t make any sense of it. I consider we are two fairly intelligent people but it takes Ruth O’Keefe to explain it in plain English in Priory News. Thanks Ruth.

LOCAL BUSES: Apparently our local buses are being supported by Lewes Town Council which has nine green councilors, not Lewes District council as printed in the local paper and subsequently by me.

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