NEARLY NEW SALE: Ringmer Tiddlers and Toddlers playgroup are holding a Nearly New Sale tomorrow, Saturday, in Ringmer Village Hall from 10.30 am to noon. We are selling children’s clothes and equipment age 0 to 5 years including pushchairs, cots, highchairs, clothes, books, DVDs, toys and much more. Everything you need when having, raising or minding a little one. Tea and cakes also available, please come along and support our group. Email: nnsringmer@gmail.com Entrance fee per family £1.

COUNTRY MARKET: Please remember the Country Market which takes place in the village hall each Tuesday from 10am to 11am. There are still home grown vegetables for sale as well as autumn fruits. We now have a producer who will supply oven ready game if ordered in advance, as well as the usual range of sweet and savoury homemade items, ready meals, preserves, cheese, handmade greetings cards and other crafts.

SINGALONG: Singalong has restarted, and we would welcome newcomers. We sing a variety of songs, and enjoy our get-together singing. We meet in St Mary’s Church room, every Wednesday afternoon, 2.30pm to 4pm, apart from the first Wednesday of each month. Come along and try it, any age and ability, just for the joy of singing with others.

Musical moments: The Rotary Club of Lewes are holding a ‘Musical Moments’ evening at Ringmer Community College on Saturday 24th October at 7.30pm.featuring Heathfield Silver Band and Vivachi!choir.

Tickets £7 each available from Lewes Travel 01273 472466 or Tim Fogden 01825 767764 Proceeds in aid of Down Syndrome Trust and Rotary charities.

BRIDGE CLUB: At its meeting on Wednesday October 7, the result of the duplicate pairs played was: 1, Alan Grindley and Barrie Smith; 2, Alan Disney and Roy Skan; 3, Jenny Lodge and Hazel North. The club next meets in the St Mary’s room of the village hall on Wednesday at 7.30pm. Contact 814220.

THANKS: Oboists Elen Morgan-Williams and Caitlin Heathcote accompanied by Elen’s dad Ian Morgan-Williams gave a fantastic and varied concert of pieces for oboes voice and piano. A large and extremely appreciative audience thoroughly enjoyed their performance as well as the large variety of cakes mostly made by Ian and donated a very generous total of over £250 which was shared between St Peter and St James Hospice and The Commonwealth Resounds after a donation to St Mary’s to cover expenses and PRS costs. Huge thanks to Shirley and Rev Beth for making us so very welcome as ever to this wonderful church and huge thanks to all the members of the audience who helped to make it such an enjoyable and successful event.

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