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Cheryl Herriott

East Hoathly

VILLAGE OF SANCTUARY: Conversations with Refugees. The next event takes place tomorrow, Saturday, at 2pm in the village hall. There is no better way of understanding an issue than listening to those with lived experience. This is an opportunity to talk to individuals and learn about the journeys that they have navigated physical, bureaucratic and psychological, in search of sanctuary here in the UK. Come along to hear their tales, of both welcome and rejection, and understand the everyday reality of life as a refugee in this country. This will be chance to hear, meet, share and converse with a few refugees who have also experienced detention. For more information and tickets (£5, tea and cake provided) please visit http://www.villageofsanctuary.net/ category/events/ or call Katherine on 01825 840323 or Barbara on 01825 873337.

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SHOP TO HELP THE COMMUNITY: East Hoathly and Halland Community Garden is to be a beneficiary of Tesco’s Bags of Help in January and February. So please, if only just for January and February if you do not usually shop there, please shop at Tesco in Heathfield or Uckfield. Collect the blue tokens at the check-out and put them in our collection slot. Funds raised will be used to plant a new soft fruit area for the community.

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East Hoathly

SHOP TO HELP THE COMMUNITY: East Hoathly and Halland Community Garden is to be a beneficiary of Tesco’s Bags of Help in January and February. So please, if only just for January and February if you do not usually shop there, please shop at Tesco in Heathfield or Uckfield. Collect the blue tokens at the check-out and put them in our collection slot. Funds raised will be used to plant a new soft fruit area for the community.

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East Hoathly

SHOP TO HELP THE COMMUNITY: East Hoathly and Halland Community Garden is to be a beneficiary of Tesco’s Bags of Help in January and February. So please, if only just for January and February if you do not usually shop there, please shop at Tesco in Heathfield or Uckfield. Collect the blue tokens at the check-out and put them in our collection slot. Funds raised will be used to plant a new soft fruit area for the community.

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East Hoathly

SHOP TO HELP THE COMMUNITY: East Hoathly and Halland Community Garden is to be a beneficiary of Tesco’s Bags of Help in January and February. So please, if only just for January and February if you do not usually shop there, please shop at Tesco in Heathfield or Uckfield. Collect the blue tokens at the check-out and put them in our collection slot. Funds raised will be used to plant a new soft fruit area for the community.

Village Voice
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East Hoathly

SHOP TO HELP THE COMMUNITY: East Hoathly and Halland Community Garden is to be a beneficiary of Tesco’s Bags of Help in January and February. So please, if only just for January and February if you do not usually shop there, please shop at Tesco in Heathfield or Uckfield. Collect the blue tokens at the check-out and put them in our collection slot. Funds raised will be used to plant a new soft fruit area for the community.

Village Voice
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East Hoathly

SHOP TO HELP THE COMMUNITY: East Hoathly and Halland Community Garden is to be a beneficiary of Tesco’s Bags of Help in January and February. So please, if only just for January and February if you do not usually shop there, please shop at Tesco in Heathfield or Uckfield. Collect the blue tokens at the check-out and put them in our collection slot. Funds raised will be used to plant a new soft fruit area for the community.

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East Hoathly

POP IN LUNCH: We would like to wish everyone a Happy New Year and invite you to join us in February 7 at 12.30pm in the village hall. Its a soup lunch, all home made and delicious, usually three varieties to choose from so you are spoilt for choice and then three different puddings, ranging from Apple crumble to lemon meringue pie for example, all lovingly created by our volunteer team then coffee or tea for only £3. Great value I think you would agree.

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PRESERVATION SOCIETY: Annual Social Evening. The Preservation Society will be hosting their annual social evening today, Friday, in the village hall at 7.30pm. You are invited to come along and enjoy the fun. There will be party food and a donations bar. A film will be shown, a competition held (bring along your own wedding photo along so that we can guess who you are), as well as an Indian military chest from the days of the Raj. Last but not least, a light hearted quiz. Admission is free to members, visitors welcome at £4. Please call Toni Whewell on 872460 for further information.

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East Hoathly

PRESERVATION SOCIETY: Annual Social Evening. The Preservation Society will be hosting their annual social evening on Friday November 30, in the village hall at 7.30pm. You are invited to come along and enjoy the fun. There will be party food and a donations bar. A film will be shown, a competition held (bring along your own wedding photo along so that we can guess who you are), as well as an Indian military chest from the days of the Raj. Last but not least, a light hearted quiz. Admission is free to members, visitors welcome at £4. Please call Toni Whewell on 872460 for further information.

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East Hoathly

PRESERVATION SOCIETY: Annual Social Evening. The Preservation Society will be hosting their annual social evening on Friday November 30, in the village hall at 7.30pm. You are invited to come along and enjoy the fun. There will be party food and a donations bar. A film will be shown, a competition held (bring along your own wedding photo along so that we can guess who you are), as well as an Indian military chest from the days of the Raj. Last but not least, a light hearted quiz. Admission is free to members, visitors welcome at £4. Please call Toni Whewell on 872460 for further information.

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East Hoathly

PRESERVATION SOCIETY: Annual Social Evening. The Preservation Society will be hosting their annual social evening on Friday November 30, in the village hall at 7.30pm. You are invited to come along and enjoy the fun. There will be party food and a donations bar. A film will be shown, a competition held (bring along your own wedding photo along so that we can guess who you are), as well as an Indian military chest from the days of the Raj. Last but not least, a light hearted quiz. Admission is free to members, visitors welcome at £4. Please call Toni Whewell on 872460 for further information.

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East Hoathly

QUIZ AND AGM: The Village Show Society will be hosting a light-hearted general knowledge quiz today, Friday, at 7pm in the village hall, followed by the AGM. There will be a cheese and wine buffet supper, all for £7 per head. If you would like to come along please call Jane or Rosemary on 840575 or 840708.

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East Hoathly

TALK: A Painter of Rural Sussex. There will be an illustrated talk by Andrew Forrest (Chair of Society of Eastbourne Artists) on the subject of Harold Swanwick (1866-1929) in the church at 7.30pm tomorrow, Saturday. Harold was a painter of rural Sussex and much more, and is exhibited in Eastbourne’s Towner Gallery. Tickets are £10 (including refreshments) and can be obtained fro Sue Burrough at 22 The Mews, tel. 841094 or e-mail sburrough@btinternet.com. Proceeds will go to the East Hoathly Church Fabric Fund.

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East Hoathly

AUTUMN SHOW: Please come along and enter your autumn flowers and arrangements, vegetables and fruits, handicrafts, cookery and photographs at this friendly village event held in the village hall tomorrow, Saturday.

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East Hoathly

AUTUMN SHOW: Please come along and enter your autumn flowers and arrangements, vegetables and fruits, handicrafts, cookery and photographs at this friendly village event held in the village hall on Saturday September 1. Great fun for all amateur gardeners, cooks crafts people and photographers in the village. Lots of classes for children too.

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East Hoathly

AUTUMN SHOW: Please come along and enter your autumn flowers and arrangements, vegetables and fruits, handicrafts, cookery and photographs at this friendly village event held in the village hall on Saturday September 1.

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East Hoathly

AUTUMN SHOW: Please come along and enter your autumn flowers and arrangements, vegetables and fruits, handicrafts, cookery and photographs at this friendly village event held in the village hall on Saturday September 1. Great fun for all amateur gardeners, cooks crafts people and photographers in the village. Lots of classes for children too.

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