COUNTRY MARKET: Newick Country Market will be open from 10am to 11am in the village hall today, Friday. You can purchase locally grown vegetables, plus homemade cakes, savoury pies, fresh eggs, cheese, and charcuterie, there is also handmade greetings cards, some knitted items, paintings, plants and flowers. You can also enjoy a cup of coffee or tea.
COFFEE MORNING: On September 25 they will be holding a Macmillan Cancer Support World’s Biggest Coffee Morning. Please support this worthwhile charity, the Macmillan nurses give a great caring support to all people facing cancer across the UK.
CRICKET: This Sunday is the final cricket match for the 2015 season, the team visiting Newick is Bodiam Cricket Club this game will start at 12.30pm. Fingers crossed that the lovely weather will last till next weekend.
RUGBY: Newick Rugby Club invite you to the Sports Pavilion to watch the Rugby World Cup matches today, Friday, England v Fiji. The bar will be open half an hour before kick-off. On Wednesday France v Romania, so why not enjoy watching the games on the big screen. The web site is www.newickrfc.com .
QUIZ NIGHT: Just to remind you that the bonfire society are holding a Newick Quiz Night in the village hall tomorrow, Saturday. Doors open at 7.30pm the quiz will commence at 8pm. Tickets £8 includes light refreshments. Please book your tickets by telephoning 01825 723372 or 723233.
CHURCH SERVICES: Sunday Services at St Mary’s Church are 8am Holy Communion, followed by Holy Communion at 10.30am. Next Sunday they will be celebrating a Family Harvest Service at 10.30am. There will be a harvest lunch in the Barn Centre at noon. Everyone most welcome.
NEWICK GREEN WI: Will be holding their next meeting on September 24. The speaker is Andrew Wood a local vet, in the Community Centre at 7.45pm. Andrew will be talking about A Rural Veterinary Practice in Sussex. Visitors most welcome to this meeting.
CINEMA: Newick Cinema will be open on Sunday September 27 in the village hall, the film is The Woman in Gold starring Helen Mirren, Charles Dance and Jonathan Price. Tickets are £6. Doors open at 7pm and the film commences at 7.30pm. Licensed bar and refreshments are available. You can email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your tickets or telephone 01825 723392. To keep this cinema going we must support these evenings, they need at least 50 people each time a film is shown.
UKULELE PLAYERS: Weald Ukulele Players and Singers have changed their night, they will now be meeting on the second and fourth Monday’s at the Rose and Crown Fletching. Their next meeting is September 28. All standard of players are most welcome to go along and join in the music. Why not visit the website www.wups@info or telephone Phil 01825 723142 for more information.
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