ST ANNE’S CHURCH: Under Musical Director David Ollosson, has completed its summer season of monthly lunchtime concerts, packing the church and delighting the large audience every time. Tomorrow, Saturday, the church will be host to an all day musical event. Designed by Nancy Cooley, pianist and artistic director, this wonderful occasion comprises three concerts celebrating the beautiful German Lieder repertoire. Tickets can be bought for one, two or all three concerts, and are available from the Tourist Information Bureau.

EYES DOWN: For Bingo tonight, Friday, at St Mary’s Supporters Club. Starts 8.30pm with raffle and cash prizes.

WALLANDS SCHOOL: Woodland Discovery Days over Half Term: Sunday, 11am to 4pm for 8 to 14 years. Tuesday, 11am to 4pm for 5 to 11 years. Get outside this autumn and enjoy the magic of a very special wood on the road between Lewes and Uckfield. We can make shelters and rope swings, play woodland games, pond dip in a small lake, cook over a fire, create things out of green wood and track the wildlife in the woodland. Cost is £20 per child, £5 per adult which includes a snack, hot drinks and resources. Toilets, indoor space, large barn and parking on site. Direct buses from Brighton, Lewes and Uckfield. We have Forest School, Teaching and Youth Work Qualifications, First Aid and DBS certificates. We also have great enthusiasm, and are very experienced at working with children in the outdoors. Email The netball season has officially started this week with Wallands entering three teams into the Lewes District League and the annual Southover Tournament. The league got off to a very successful start with 11 teams entered, each of our teams played two games and they either won or drew their game. The Southover Tournament had 13 teams entered; it was noted that the local primary schools’ commitment to improving the standard and enjoyment of netball is starting to take effect. Wallands demonstrated excellent sportsmanship and support of one another throughout the afternoon Wallands A met Lewes Old Grammar School in the semi-final. During the earlier round they were evenly matched, Wallands were pretty determined and improved their game to get through to the final where they played South Malling for a tough match but Wallands did win and bring back the cup to school. Our B team lost two, drew one and won one of their four games. C team won three and lost one game, narrowly missing going through to the semi-finals by one point. Well done to all the children who played.

CHRIST CHURCH: On Sunday we are holding a Baptismal Roll Service and have invited families with children who have been added to our Baptismal Roll in the last few years but of course this invitation is open to anyone to attend. This will be a family service for all ages and it will start at 10.30am and will be led by Rev John Gordon. On Wednesday the ThinkTank will be meeting from 7.30pm. David Rees will be leading the evening and the theme will be: Can we still trust bankers? Next Friday at 10.30am we will be having our Messy Church from and craft activities after for all ages. There will be a short act of worship with lunch to follow.

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