PROBLEM HEDGES: Nevill Residents raised this issue at the last meeting, so it is obviously still a problem since I last write about it. There are a number of hedges around the estate that are so overgrown you have to walk in the road. It is the responsibility of the householder to make sure their hedges are not overgrown, so people can walk safely on the pavement. Please check your hedge and cut it back if it has overgrown the pavement. If you are unable to do it, then contact Lewes District Council who will do it for a charge. You are responsible whether you are a private owner or council tenant. Remember to be a good neighbour.
ST MARY’S SUPPORTERS CLUB: Bingo tonight, Friday, cash prizes and raffle. Eyes down 8.30pm. Everyone welcome. Indoor skittles tomorrow, Saturday, starting at 7.30pm. A great fun night, come and give it a try. Next Saturday, February 25, there is a tribute night to Robbie Williams, Take That and Gary Barlow by MACCA, 8.30ish start. Non members welcome £1. Why not visit our website stmaryssupportersclub.co.uk
CHRIST CHURCH: It’s half-term week, so today, Friday, we have a Messy Church from10.30am to 1pm. The session includes craft activities and a short service on the theme of Samuel’s Dream , followed by lunch. All welcome. Our usual Friday morning Tots session resumes February 24. On Sunday the morning service at 10.30am will be led by Rev Geoffrey Whitfield. In the evening there will be a communion service led by Rev John Gordon beginning at 6.30pm. On February 22 the ThinkTank features a presentation by Dr Roger Cockrell on Dostoevsky and the Modern World in which he will discuss the continuing relevance of the 19th century Russian writer to the modern world beginning at 7.30pm in the church . All are welcome. On Thursday Christ Church is hosting The Big Conversation, an event forming part of the Endhunger UK campaign and organised by Trinity Church, beginning at 7.30pm.
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