Arlington & Berwick

FOLK NIGHT: Mayor’s Charity Folk Night with music by Milton Hide today, Friday, 7pm at The Lamb Inn, High Street, Eastbourne Old Town. Tickets £5 from Eastbourne Tourist Information Centre or (booking fee applies).

Friday, 8th March 2019, 5:00 am
Arlington & Berwick news

LADIES BREAKFAST: Tomorrow, Saturday. Key Things to Know about Dementia, 8.30am at St Leonard’s Church Hall, Seaford. Louise Morse MA (CBT) has professional experience working in this area and Dr Jennifer Bute is a retired GP who herself has been diagnosed with dementia. Coming all the way from Wales to address the Ladies Breakfast, these ladies will help us understand the impact of the disorder and how ordinary people can contribute to alleviating the burden. £5 on the door. If you would like to attend please call Jane Anderson (01323 870075) for catering purposes.

CHURCH SERVICES: Sunday, Holy Communion 8am at Alciston; Holy Communion 9.15am at Upper Dicker; Holy Communion 9.30am at Arlington; Holy Communion 9.30am at Selmeston; Holy Communion 11am at Berwick; Holy Communion 11am at Wilmington.

LUNCH CLUB: Cuckmere Valley Lunch Club, for residents of the downland villages meet on Tuesday, 12.45pm in Alciston and Selmeston Village Hall. To book please call 01323 870072 or 01323 871299.

WI: Firle and Beddingham WI meet on Wednesday, 7.30pm in Firle Memorial Hall with a talk by John Kay, The Social History of Sussex Villages. Guests are always welcome.

LITTER PICK: Arlington Litter Pick, Saturday March 16, 10am to 12.30pm. Meet at the village hall, 10am. New volunteers welcome.

SPRING SHOW: Ripe and Chalvington 52nd Spring Show, Saturday March 16, 3pm at The Hayton Baker Hall, Ripe. Entrance free.

OPEN DAY: Arlington Treatment Works and Reservoir, Saturday April 27, 10am and 1.30 pm. Join the team of water experts on a two hour tour to see behind the scenes of your local water treatment works and how your drinking water is stored, treated and supplied to your home. Also pick up tips on how to use water wisely and reduce your bills. First come, first served, entry by ticket only. Places subject to confirmation. Visit corporate.southeast to book or telephone 01732 375410 between 9am and 5pm weekdays. Conditions apply. ID will be required. As this is a working water treatment facility, it is regretted that access is not suitable for people with impaired mobility or children under the age of 14 years.

EVENTS AT PICKHAMS: Following on from the success of Summer Trifle, the mini arts festival in the gardens, we have decided to have some other events at Pickhams (Wilmington). In April we are planning a special Easter Family Weekend on Easter Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday (April 21 and 22). There will be something quite different to the scramble for chocolate eggs, a Reverse Egg Hunt. Following the clues, search the gardens for the hidden nests and place beautifully decorated eggs in the nests to complete the display. Refreshments, entertainment, prizes. We hope to also have some storytelling.