MICHELHAM PRIORY SERVICE: On Sunday May 29 at 11am Hellingly and Upper Dicker Churches with Michelham Priory, as part of Medieval Living History weekend, are holding their first Holy Communion Service there in the open air in nearly 500 years.
FOODBANK: Hellingly Foodbank Distribution point has moved from Hellingly Church to The Bunny Run, The Drive. This distribution point is open between 10am and 11.30am on Thursdays, term time only. Any enquiries please call the Hailsham Foodbank on 07474 671350 please do not contact Bunny Run. Many thanks to the Bunny Run for accommodating us in this more accessible location.
THE RED CROSS: This is the subject of a talk by Joel Scott at the Mother’s Union meeting on Tuesday May 10 at Helllingly Church at 7.15pm. All welcome.
BLUEBELL WALK: Currently at their best and until Sunday May 8, Bates Green Farm, Tye Hill Lane, Arlington from 10am to 5pm daily. Tea room run by a different local charity every day. To find out who is there and when visit the website at www.bluebellwalk.co.uk. From Saturday to Monday Arlington village hall and church will be benefitting from the day’s visitors, Eastbourne Samaritans on Tuesday and Wednesday, Demelza Hospice Care on Thursday and Friday and the NSPCC on Saturday May 7 and Sunday May 8. Everyday there will be Action Medical Research in the book room, RSPB stall at the weekends, Arlington Church plant stall every day as well as Hailsham Old Pavilion Society also every day.
DOG SHOW: On Sunday at noon, Dicker Hall, Coldharbour Road. Entries for classes taken from 11.30am. Lots of classes including fun and novice. Refreshments available.
ANCIENT CRAFTS FESTIVAL: This Sunday and Monday at Michelham Priory 10am to 5pm. For full details see the web at www.sussexpast.co.uk.
JELLYFUNK ALLSTARS DJ’S: On Sunday there is a summer barbecue outdoor party in aid of Chestnut Tree. 3pm Berwick Inn, Station Rd, Berwick. Food and music.
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