Costells Wood: Many of you are probably already aware that 12 acres of Costells Wood were bought last year by a local couple whose main aim is to preserve the wood and protect it from future development. If you are interested in learning more about their plans they have set up a facebook page called ‘Costells Wood’ and a webpage http://www.costellswood.co.uk. It is very disappointing to read that they have been having problems recently with Fly Tippers and idiots riding motorcycles through the wood. The woods are an important part of the village; certainly many of you are quick to stand up for the woods when there is any mention of ‘housing development’. If anyone knows who any of these offenders are then please inform the police or make contact through the website (see above for address).
Inn on the Green: Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity
Back in August the staff at The Inn on The Green and The Queen’s Head (sister pub) came together to raise awareness and money for Great Ormond Street by doing a Sky Dive. Well I am happy to say they all survived the jump and raised £1500 in the process. Well done to everyone who took part and thank you to everyone who sponsored the jumpers.
Monthly Quiz: Just a reminder that the pub now holds a very well supported monthly quiz. It is held on the first Wednesday of the month and starts at 8.00pm in the restaurant. The cost is just £2.00 per person with a maximum of 6 players per team. There is always a special meal deal on for those participating. The next Quiz Night will be on Wednesday 5 October so there is no excuse for missing it.
Music Spectacular: Back by popular demand on Friday 7 October at the Inn on the Green will be Matt Fisher performing his fabulous Michael Buble tribute act. Matt has both the voice and the mannerisms of Michael, shown in the way he moves onstage and interacts with an audience. Matt performs some of the most iconic Buble numbers including; ‘Cry Me A River’, ‘Haven’t Met You Yet’ and ‘Home’. Tickets for the show cost just £5.00. The singing starts at 8.00pm.
Scaynes Hill Fruit and Vegetable Share Scheme: The Fruit and Veg Share Scheme has finished for this year. Thank you to everyone who took part by either donating or using the produce available. See you all next year.
WI: Scaynes Hill WI welcomes any ladies from Scaynes Hill or surrounding areas to come and join them. They meet on the second Wednesday afternoon of each month from 2.00pm - 4.30pm in the Millennium Centre.
The next WI meeting will be on Wednesday 12 October. The subject of the next meeting will be “Life above a railway tunnel” by David Porter. Clayton Tunnel North Portal is a truly unique building. Every day hundreds of trains hurtle under this Gothic folly protecting the old tunnel keeper’s cottage. What’s it like having trains running right beneath your living room? This presentation will answer all these question and more. New members and guests are always welcome
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