Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity: The staff at The Inn on The Green and The Queen’s Head (sister pub) are coming together to raise awareness and money for Great Ormond Street.
A team of 8 of will work together to reach their target of £3000 over the upcoming weeks and would really appreciate any donations that you would like to give them! Here is their JustGiving Page if you would like to donate
Inn on the Green: Dinner and Show Night – Next month’s Dinner and Show Night will be a Rat Pack Tribute Night with Karl Jacey! The pub is offering a Three Course Meal and the Show for £25.00 or you can go along just for the show for only £5.00. The show will take place on Saturday 9 July from 6.00pm onwards. Call now to book a table on 01444 831 899
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 6 July so there is no excuse for missing it.
St Augustine’s Church: The Queen’s Birthday - Can you help?
St Augustine’s are hoping to serve home-made cakes and teas at the church in aid of Family Support Work during the Open Gardens on Saturday 2nd July. Please let the church know if you would be able to bake a cake or if you could spare an hour on the day to help serve teas. Any offers of help would be gratefully received! Many thanks.
War Memorial: As you may have noticed, the War Memorial has been taped off. This is merely a safety precaution and there is not thought to be any imminent danger to its structural stability. The Church is concerned, however, that the condition of the wooden Calvary has deteriorated and it requires some remedial work. In order to access specialist advice they have contacted the War Memorials Trust. This organisation is also a possible source of funding for the project. The WMT is experiencing heavy demand for its services at present and it will take several weeks before more is known. The hope is that work will be able to commence on the repair and conservation of the War Memorial before the winter.
Scaynes Hill Flower Show: This year’s Scaynes Hill Flower Show and Plant Sale will take place on Saturday 9th July 2016. The show will be open to the public from 2.00pm until 4.00pm. Competitive entries must be in place between 9.00am and 11.00am on the morning of the show. Schedules for the show should have been delivered around the village by now but spares are available from the Garage, The Sloop or from the back of the church. For more information please call Dianne on 831676
Scaynes Hill Fruit and Vegetable Share Scheme: The Fruit and Veg Share Scheme started again this week on Tuesday 28 June. If like me you missed the first week then don’t worry it will be running every Tuesday from 8.00am until 6.00pm outside the church. This scheme is open for everyone to join in with, whether you grow your own fruit and veg or not. If you have more than you need then please leave it on the table for others. If there is something on the table that you need then please just take it. No money is needed or exchanged.
Scaynes Hill Open Gardens: This years’ Open Gardens will be on Sunday 2 July. The gardens will be open from 1.30pm until 5.30pm. Tickets can be bought from the church for just £5.00 and there will be tea and coffee served in the Church Annex
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