Newick Country Market: will be open as usual on Friday morning from 10 to 11 am in the Village Hall,, there is always a good selection of locally grown vegetables, homemade cakes savoury items, fresh eggs, preserves and charcuterie, plus some lovely handmade greetings cards, knitted items, flowers and plants, , please note that during Easter week the market will be open on Thusrday 24th instead of Friday 25th (Good Friday ). Make sure you arrive early so not to be disappointed as certain items sell out very quickly, you can also enjoy a coffee or tea and a good natter.

Services: at St. Mary’s Church this weekend Palm Sunday 8am Holy Communion (BCP) and at 9.30 Morning Worship which is also the Leprosy Mission Gift Day, if you should require a lift to Church please telephone in advance 722 582, Everyone welcome to these services.

Newick Green WI: will be meeting on Thursday 24th in the Community Centre at 7.45pm, Gilly Halcrow will give an illustrated talk about Special Operations Executive Churchill’s Secret Army, a tribute to the brave men and women who parachuted behind the enemy lines. Their task being to organise the resistance in the countries that had been occupied by the Nazis as Churchill ordered to Set Europe Ablaze. This sound like a most interesting evening, for further information telephone 01 825 722 907.

Men’s Supper: here will be a Men’s Supper in the Barn Centre at 7.30 for 8pm on Friday 18th, guest speaker is Bernard Firkins his subject being Reflections, to order your tickets telephone 01 825 724 378 .

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