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CHARITY BRIDGE AFTERNOON: with afternoon tea, prizes and raffle in Wivelsfield Village Hall, on Wed 20th February. Doors open 2.00pm with playing from 2.30pm. Tables £40 each available from Sarah Baldock 01444 247946 / 07708 281480.

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CHARITY BRIDGE AFTERNOON: with afternoon tea, prizes and raffle in Wivelsfield Village Hall, on Wed 20th February. Doors open 2.00pm with playing from 2.30pm. Tables £40 each available from Sarah Baldock 01444 247946 / 07708 281480.

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CHARITY BRIDGE AFTERNOON: with afternoon tea, prizes and raffle in Wivelsfield Village Hall, on Wed 20th February. Doors open 2.00pm with playing from 2.30pm. Tables £40 each available from Sarah Baldock 01444 247946 / 07708 281480.

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PARTY PIECES: Saturday March 2nd at 7.30pm in the Village Hall. The usual exotic mix of local talent of all ages, shapes and sizes. Tickets will be a mere £7. Box Office details to follow. Proceeds to the parish link with Sierra Leone. Not to be missed.

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HISTORICAL SOCIETY: Please join us on Thursday 17th January in the Village Hall for 8pm to hear Tony Turner’s talk on “From Mails to Males!” When WW1 ended, it was expected that the public would start travelling on commercial airliners. However, this was not the case as the railways were so efficient! The only thing that took to the air was post. Then a series of key events occurred which kick-started the airlines and passenger traffic took off. This is the story of those critical years. www.wivelsfield-historical-society.co.uk Visitors welcome. £2.50 incl refreshments.

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NEW YEAR’S DAY WALK: the New Year’s Day walk attracted almost 40 people and raised £115 for the Hospice. Many thanks to the Church for excellent mulled wine and The Cock Inn for equally excellent soup.

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Nine Lessons and Carols: Sunday 16th December at 6pm in Wivelsfield Parish Church, Church Lane, Wivelsfield. Candlelit service with lots of favourite carols, special music by the choir, followed by mulled wine and mince pies.

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WIVELSFIELD FILMS – JANUARY SHOW – BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY: Sunday January 20th, 7.30 pm, at the Village Hall.

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WIVELSFIELD COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS LUNCH: Some people may have family commitments that day but if you don’t then come along and celebrate with us. YOU are invited to a Party on Christmas Day at Wivelsfield Village Hall. You don’t have to be involved with the church. You don’t even have to live in Wivelsfield. You can come on your own or bring a friend or spouse. The invitation is to come along to a FREE traditional Christmas lunch (which will be served up at 1p.m.) followed by entertainment. Transport can be arranged if required. To book as place or for further information contact: Carola Godman Irvine 01444 232179 / 07802374222 otehall@gmail.com or Sheila Blair 01444 233937 sheila.blair@btinternet.com

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WIVELSFIELD COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS LUNCH: Some people may have family commitments that day but if you don’t then come along and celebrate with us. YOU are invited to a Party on Christmas Day at Wivelsfield Village Hall. You don’t have to be involved with the church. You don’t even have to live in Wivelsfield. You can come on your own or bring a friend or spouse. The invitation is to come along to a FREE traditional Christmas lunch (which will be served up at 1p.m.) followed by entertainment. Transport can be arranged if required. To book as place or for further information contact: Carola Godman Irvine 01444 232179 / 07802374222 otehall@gmail.com or Sheila Blair 01444 233937 sheila.blair@btinternet.com

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WIVELSFIELD LITTLE THEATRE: Our Autumn production is ‘Make Way for Lucia’ by John van Druton. Down on the Sussex coast, lies the quaint village of Tilling. To an outsider it would seem a quiet unassuming place. The very epitome of England and all things English.

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SERVICE OF COMMEMORATION & THANKSGIVING: An Invitation to A Service of Commemoration and Thanksgiving for Departed Loved Ones at St Peter and St John the Baptist Church, Church Lane, Wivelsfield, on Sunday 4th November at 4pm. If you would like the name of a loved one read out please place their name in the blue box near the main door of the Church by Wednesday 24th October This service is open to all.

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HISTORICAL SOCIETY MEETING: Please join us in the Village Hall for 8pm on Thursday 18th October when Mark Orchin will give a talk on Printed Music - A Valuable Commodity? which will examine the early days of handwritten parchments for religious music up to modern days methods. Examples of great performances of the major works will bring this to life. Visitors most welcome. £2.50 incl refreshments. www.wivelsfield-historical-society.co.uk

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HISTORICAL SOCIETY MEETING: Please join us in the Village Hall for 8pm on Thursday 18th October when Mark Orchin will give a talk on Printed Music - A Valuable Commodity? which will examine the early days of handwritten parchments for religious music up to modern days methods. Examples of great performances of the major works will bring this to life. Visitors most welcome. £2.50 incl refreshments. www.wivelsfield-historical-society.co.uk

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HISTORICAL SOCIETY MEETING: Please join us in the Village Hall for 8pm on Thursday 20th September for archaeologist David Rudling’s talk on Roman Settlements in the Ouse Valley. Finds at the early Roman villas at Bishopstone, Beddingham and Barcombe have yielded evidence that the sites were inhabited in Neolithic times. The Ouse was used by Romano-British farmers to ship their produce down the Ouse and to bring building materials, etc. upstream. Visitors most welcome. Entry £2.50 incl. refreshments. www.wivelsfield-historical-society.co.uk

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HISTORICAL SOCIETY MEETING: Please join us in the Village Hall for 8pm on Thursday 20th September for archaeologist David Rudling’s talk on Roman Settlements in the Ouse Valley. Finds at the early Roman villas at Bishopstone, Beddingham and Barcombe have yielded evidence that the sites were inhabited in Neolithic times. The Ouse was used by Romano-British farmers to ship their produce down the Ouse and to bring building materials, etc. upstream. Visitors most welcome. Entry £2.50 incl. refreshments. www.wivelsfield-historical-society.co.uk

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MEETING ABOUT FLOODING: Monday 3 September, 7.30pm, Wivelsfield Church Hall. Have you experienced flooding within the Parish? Do you have particular concerns about where this may happen? If so, please come along and talk to representatives of the Ouse & Adur Rivers Trust and Lewes District Council who are seeking local input on flooding issues. (This meeting will be followed by a Parish Council meeting at 8pm).

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WIVELSFIELD COMMUNITY CLUB: (The Tea Club): meets in Wivelsfield Village Hall on the 4th Friday of each month between 2pm and 4.30pm for a get together with tea, homemade sandwiches, cakes and scones with cream. All welcome. Small membership fee of only 50p per year. Come along and meet new friends.

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