Wivelsfield

Wivelsfield Street Party:To celebrate HM the Queen’s 90th Birthday – Saturday the 11th June from 3pm

If you would like more information or to be a part of the celebrations, please register at wivelsfieldstreetparty@outlook.com or contact Jo on 01444 471668

Wivelsfield Stoolball Club: Wivelsfield Ladies Stoolball are keen to involve new players in the club so that Wivelsfield will still have a team in the local league. We are a friendly club who welcome members of all ages. If you would be interested in being part of a local team please do get in touch. Experience not necessary and season May to July only. Contact Jane Silk on 01444 471341 for further details.

WIVELSFIELD CHURCH YOUTH CLUB: for year 7 and above. New members are welcome. Meets every other Friday from 8.00 to 10.00pm. For more details please contact Steve and Sue Onions on 01273 890254 or stevensue.onions@btinternet.com

PARISH COUNCIL MEETING: All Parish Council meetings are open to members of the public and begin with an “open forum” session during which members of the Parish are welcome to ask questions or bring matters to the attention of the Council. Meetings are held at 8.00pm in the Renshaw Room at the far end of Wivelsfield Village Hall, unless otherwise stated on the agenda. Agendas are published in the week prior to the meeting and be found in the Parish. Council notice board (outside the Village Stores & Post Office) or at www.wivelsfield.net.

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