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EXHIBITION: History of Ringmer. This will be an opportunity to find out about how Ringmer came to be as it is today; to see what Ringmer looked like a century ago; to find out how to study the history of your house, or its site; and to learn about the lives of the people who lived here in the past. Research carried out by History Group members over almost 40 years has shown just how much information is available and has provided the tools to facilitate individual studies by anyone interested in learning more about a particular facet of village life, such as the history of a road, or a house, or an activity, or a particular family. In particular we have accumulated a quite remarkable archive of images of Ringmer as it used to be, and many of those pictures will be on display. If you have children or grandchildren with you on the day, please bring them with you, we hope this will be a child-friendly event. Tea, coffee and biscuits will be available. Come along to the Scout Hut (on the Village Green) tomorrow, Saturday, 10am to noon.

COFFEE MORNING: Ringmer Bowls Club Spring Coffee Morning will be held tomorrow, Saturday, 10am to 11.30am, in the club house on the Village Green. Entry 50p to include coffee and biscuits. Attractions will include a cake stall, bric-a-brac, books, tombola and a raffle.

ST MARY’S: We celebrate Mothering Sunday with a special Family Service at 10am this week. There will be the opportunity to make a posy for that special person who cares for us. Do come if you can. There will be no evening service on Sunday but there will be an 8am Communion Service. On Tuesday at 5pm The Way of the Cross, a meditation on artwork of Jesus’ last days is part of our Lent preparation. You do not need to have attended previous sessions, all welcome. On Wednesday you are welcome to join in the Lenten prayers at noon. On Thursday the Lent Course runs again in the church room at 3.30pm and 7.30pm. With short videos and lively discussion, this offers an excellent way to explore life as a Christian. On Friday April 5, you may wish to join the bring and share lunch in the church room at 12.30pm. It is an opportunity for those on their own to enjoy a meal in company, contact Sue Howes for details, or just come.

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FLOWER CLUB: A demonstration by Michelle King entitled Tutti Frutti at 2pm in the village hall on Wednesday. Visitors welcome: £6 to include refreshments.

BRIDGE CLUB: At its meeting on Wednesday March 20 the result of the duplicate pairs played was: 1, Frank Hibbert and Alan Disney; 2, Liz and Tim Owen; 3, Susan Louis and Suzanne Malley. The club next meets in the St Mary’s room of the village hall next Wednesday at 7.30pm. Contact 07821 379313 or [email protected].

HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY: A reminder that entry forms for entries in the village show on April 6, must be received no later than 7pm on Thursday. Schedules (including entry forms) are still available from Chris Browning, club secretary, on 812672 if you would like to take part and enter a few exhibits. On the day, from 2pm the village hall will be open for everyone to come and view the displays and enjoy refreshments that will include an array of delicious home-made cakes. It will also be possible to book your tickets for the coach outings that are being planned for this spring and summer.

JUMBLE SALE: Nevill Juvenile Bonfire Society are holding a sale at Ringmer Village Hall tomorrow, Saturday. Doors open at 2pm.

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