Ringmer news
Ringmer news

HISTORY STUDY GROUP: At the meeting tonight (Friday) at 7.45pm in the village hall we will hear Margaret Nicole and Linda Grace delving into the diaries of Helena Hall, an ARP warden in Lindfield during the second world war.

JUMBLE SALE: Tomorrow, Saturday, at 2pm in the village hall. If you have any jumble for the sale, please bring it to the hall on Saturday morning between 10am and 11.30am.

FOOTBALL AND SOCIAL CLUB: Tomorrow, Saturday, the first team travel to Mile Oak for a SCFL Div 1 fixture whilst the seconds are at home to Lingfield, also in a league fixture, both games kick-off at 3pm. Please note that there will be no general knowledge quiz this Thursday as there is a quiz on Saturday March 4 where all questions will be sport related and all are welcome.

ST MARY’S: Services this Sunday are at 8am Holy Communion, 10am Parish Eucharist and 6.30pm Evensong. Revd Beth will be resuming some services during the coming month with a view to a complete return in April. She is very much looking forward to being among the congregation at St Mary’s once again.

BAPTIST CHURCH: Regular Services in the Village Hall: Sundays at 10.30am and 6.00pm. Communion usually celebrated on second Sunday (morning) and fourth Sunday (evening) each month. Sunday and Youth Clubs available. This Sunday evening at 5pm we are holding a tea with our friends from Eastgate Baptist Church with our normal service following at 6pm. All welcome to come along and enjoy fellowship together. Advance notice for the Women’s World Day of Prayer on Friday March 3 at St. Mary’s Parish Church. The Ringmer Food Bank, run by Ringmer Baptist Church, is open every Monday from 1.15pm to 2.15pm. Located in the village hall (Rogers Room) it is available to individuals and families referred to us by local welfare organisations. For further details search: ringmerfoodbank@btinternet.com or telephone: 07985-651792.

FLOWER CLUB: Inside Out, Upside Down is the title of the flower arranging demonstration by Lynne Carter at 2pm on Wednesday in the village hall. Visitors (£5 to include refreshments) and anyone who would like to join the club will be made very welcome. Topsy Turvy is the title of the competition for members who would like to enter.

BRIDGE CLUB: At its meeting on Wednesday February 15, the result of the duplicate pairs played was: 1, Deirdre Booth and Tony Wing; 2, Lesley Durrant and David Warner; 3, Carol Holloway and Hazel North. The club next meets in the St Mary’s room of the village hall next Wednesday at 7pm. Contact 814220.

EVERGREEN CLUB: The club meets from 2pm to 4pm on Thursday afternoons in the village hall. It welcomes everyone over 55 years who would enjoy a social afternoon with an opportunity to chat or play games such as scrabble, cards or other board games. The entry fee is just £2 which includes tea, biscuits and a free raffle.

There are occasional delicious cooked lunches also all day coach outings for a small cost. The next mystery outing will be on Thursday March 23. For further information on the club and its activities contact Tony Heath (chairman) 01273 812902 or Mavis Hathaway (secretary) 01273 813472.

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