MUSIC TIME: Isfield and Little Horsted Bonfire Society have to find a stack of money to finance their annual Guy Fawkes celebrations, not least to settle the bill for insurance. So members are hoping for fine weather this weekend when they hold their popular Isfest. Five bands are lined up for this musical festival in the ICE field in Station Road, with gates opening at 2pm and the entertainment going on until around 11pm. Tents may be pitched free of charge in the field for the Saturday night. As well as celebrating November 5, the bonfire society aims to raise money for charity. This year’s chosen recipients are Care for the Carers.
Further details are available on www.isfest.org.uk
CHURCH SERVICES: St Margaret’s, Isfield (10am): First Sunday of the month, Holy Communion; second, Matins; third, Holy Communion; fourth, Family; fifth, Holy Communion. St Michael’s, Little Horsted: First Sunday, Communion (11am); second, Holy Communion, Book of Common Prayer (8am); third, Family service, (11am); fourth and fifth, Holy Communion, Book of Common Prayer (8am).
TEA TIME: Members of Isfield’s Forget-Me-Nots Club have a change of venue for their next meeting. Instead of listening to a talk in the village hall next Wednesday they will be meeting for afternoon tea at the Lavender Line café.
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