PUNNETTS TOWN VILLAGE HALL: The Punnetts Town Village Hall Jumble Sale held on Saturday March 2 was a great success. Many thanks to all those who helped organise and run it and to all our customers. Looking ahead, the Punnetts Town Village Hall Open Gardens Event is being held on Sunday June 9 from 2.30pm to 5pm, entry £5. Do come along and see some beautiful gardens and enjoy tea and cakes.
CHURCH SERVICES: Sunday, 8am Holy Communion (said service) at All Saints’ Church led by Rev’d Mitch and Christo Corfield; 10.30am Holy Communion (Benefice service) at St Richard’s Church led by Rev’d Mitch and Christo Corfield; 6.30pm Lenten Reflections, at Heathfield Community Centre. The second in a series of five sessions during Lent, organised by Churches Together in Heathfield and District.
HEATHFIELD CHAPEL: Heathfield Chapel fellowship, in Punnetts Town, invite you to their services. Derek Cook is expected to be our speaker on Sunday at 11am, which will include Holy Communion.
LENT LUNCHES: These programmes are designed and organised as fellowship times 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, Lent Lunch at Heydown Farm in aid of Christian Aid noon to 2pm. Friday March 22, Lent Lunch in St George’s Parish Room 12.30pm in aid of Age Concern.
LILIES: Memorial Easter Lilies in All Saints Church, Old Heathfield. £5 for each lily. If you would like to remember a loved one by sponsoring an Easter lily at All Saints Church, please add their name and yours to the list in church. Please put the same details on an envelope with your payment and either hand it to the churchwarden by April 7 or ask for BACs payment details. Please do not leave your payment in the church.
HISTORY SOCIETY: On Thursday, March 21, at 7.30pm in the Ian Price Room at the Community Centre the Society will hold its Annual General Meeting. This will be followed by a showing of one of Aubrey Knapman’s historic DVD’s of the Heathfield area. Mr Knapman, a Heathfield resident, has chronicled change in the area since the 1950’s and has put together several collections which the members have enjoyed over the last few years. This year the title is Around Old Heathfield. If you are Heathfield born and bred you will go down memory lane. A lot has changed while a surprising amount remains unchanged. Members and friends are welcome to come along. The AGM business will be efficiently brief.