HISTORY SOCIETY: The AGM of Heathfield and District History Society in March rounded off another successful year for the society. After a speedy dispatch of the business in hand the members were treated to the viewing of a DVD of Heathfield Park from 1973-1993 compiled by Heathfield resident Mr A Knapman. It contrasted views of the park in its heyday when Dr Gerald Moore introduced a variety of visitor attractions, notably a wildlife park and motor museum, with those of the mindless vandalism of later years and finally the sale of the contents of the house in 1993. It sparked off memories and lively conversations around the room.
The first meeting of the new season will take place on Thursday, April 20, at 7.30pm in the Ian Price Room at the Community Centre when Gilly Halcrow will give a talk entitled SOE, Churchill’s Secret Army. Non-members are welcome to join us.
ST RICHARD’S CHURCH: Sunday, Palm Sunday, Parish Eucharist with procession. Monday, 6.30pm Compline. Tuesday, 2pm Baby and Toddler Group in the church hall, 6.30pm Compline. Wednesday, 10am Holy Communion, 6.30pm Compline. Thursday, 8pm Eucharist of the Last Supper. Good Friday, April 14, 11am Walk of Witness starting from Union Church, 2pm St Richard’s, Hour at the Cross Benefice service. Sunday April 16, 9.30am Easter Eucharist.
ALL SAINTS CHURCH: Old Heathfield, Sunday, 8am Holy Communion, 11am Family Service with Holy Communion. All welcome for coffee after this service. St George’s Broad Oak, 9.30am Family Service. http://allsaintsoldheathfield.org
HEATHFIELD CHAPEL: Punnetts Town. Heathfield Chapel invites you to their services on Sundays. On April 9 at 11am our speaker Jeremy Cook of Warbleton is expected. At 6.30pm on the same day Rev Tom Duncanson from the Union Church is the speaker. On Good Friday, April 14, at 10.30am Pastor Rad Upfield will lead a Devotional service to include Communion. Easter Sunday (April 16) at 11am Rad is the speaker whilst in the evening at 6.30pm there will be a Songs of Praise themed service.
WDHURST AND HEATHFIELD BANDS: Saturday April 22. Wadhurst Brass Band are combining forces with Heathfield Silver Band to bring a massed concert to the church of St Peter and St Paul, High Street, Wadhurst. All Profits will go to Cancer Research UK, the leading charity in researching and finding a cure for this horrible disease. The concert will be at 7.30pm in the church. It is going to be a theme of A Night at the Movies. It features a collection of movie themes from the mid 20th through the the early 21st Century. This Includes such composers as Henry Mancini, Hans Zimmer, Klaus Berandt and John Barry. Conductors Sarah Leeves and David Healy. Tickets will retail at £8 for everyone, unless you are under 12 years in which case the price will be £5. Glass of wine included for the adults. Tickets are available from Carillon Cottage, High Street, Wadhurst and The Pet Food Shop, Station Approach, Heathfield.
EASTER EGG HUNT: Saturday April 15, 9.30am to noon, starting at the parish council offices, 73 High Street. Charity Easter Bunny hunt and activity morning. Chocolate prize for all participants, 50p per entry. Fun stalls for kids and colouring competition. Tea, coffee and cake sale. Parish Councillors will be available if you wish to speak to them.
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