Bexhill and Common face top two

The town’s two senior football clubs are gearing up to host the top two teams in their division tomorrow (Saturday).

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An unusual family home

This exceptionally deceptive detached family house set back from Friars Hill in Guestling enjoys commanding views to the rear over the adjoining countryside and towards the sea.

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Volunteers needed to help horse charity

There are many different ways to get involved in the community and for animal lovers, there’s no shortage of opportunities to help our vulnerable four-legged friends. RVA works with a number of local animal charities, which rely on volunteers to operate.

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Imposing Victorian home

This imposing detached double bay fronted Victorian house, occupies a corner plot in sought after Princes Road, St Leonard.

Burwash news


Music: Tonight is music night at the Pavilion in Burwash Common. Local talented singers and musicians will be there to entertain you. These evenings are always great for an evening with friends and family to enjoy the talent locals. The licenced bar will be open. Do go along and help make the atmosphere congenial for these artists.

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Fairlight news


Church matters: There is just the one service in the parish this Sunday, February 19, which is Morning Praise at St Andrew’s at 10.30 am. The guest speaker and celebrant at this service will be

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Sedlescombe news


NEW BOOK CLUB: The new book club has started meeting this year but there is still time to join in. They meet in the pub on the last Tuesday of each month at 2pm, so February 28 and have arranged ‘reads’ for the next 4 months so if you enjoy reading, sharing your enthusiasm for a good read and the idea of a monthly meet up over a cup of tea with a small informal and friendly group, then please get in touch with Glynis on or telephone 870804

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Robertsbridge news


Robertsbridge Community College: is holding an In door Boot Sale tomorrow Saturday 25th February between 10am – 2pm.

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Peasmarsh news


Mobile Library: The next visit of the Mobile Library will be on Thursday 2nd March 2017.

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Staplecross news


COMMUNITY NEWS & REVIEWS: DON’T FORGET - TODAY - Friday February 24th. is your LAST CHANCE to come along to the Open Meeting in which Huw Merriman, our local MP; Angharad Davies, our ESCC representative and Tony Ganly our RDC representative will be holding an open forum, TODAY at the Village Hall, Northiam Road, Staplecross between 11.0am and 12.30pm and again in the evening at 6.00pm. This may be the only opportunity you may have to bring any concerns, queries and questions to this meeting as forums like this are rather rare in our rural parts. Both time slots are for ‘Open Meetings’, inviting you to come and meet your local councillors, of Parish, Rother & East Sussex together with your M.P. to talk about any local problems, issues or areas of concerns that you may have. Many of us have concerns about what is happening within our community and if it matters to you and you want to know what is going on, now & in the future, - now is your chance to talk about them to those who aught to know the answers. Please come along and have your say on any subject matter relating to our community - Don’t miss it ! - Say Your Piece !

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Mountfield news


IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: At the time of filing this Village Voice, this is very much late breaking news. There will be an Extraordinary Parish Council Meeting (EPCM) on Tuesday March 7th, at 7.30, in Mountfield Village Hall. As with previous EPCMs, the meeting will have a single subject.

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Northiam news


St Francis Fields: Well, the vote has been taken, and the village is going to try to purchase the Blue Cross land. I know a lot of people have been concerned about this, and the speed with which events unfolded, but I understand that events rather took over.

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Bodiam news


Classic car show: The Senlac Classic Car Show will take place on June 18 at the Bodiam Recreation Ground. Residents of Bodiam will get a letter from The Rotary Club of Senlac and each resident will get 2 free tickets for each house in Bodiam. Charities supported this year are Conquest Hospital scanner, Diabetes UK and Senlac’s Yellowmen.

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Brede news


How to contact me: by telephone 01424 882037 or email

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Westfield news


At last the spring flowers: are starting to appear, and the daffodils on the main road are a welcome sight as you come into the village. Take a look in the churchyard, too.

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Netherfield news


Claverham Monday Badminton Club: Monday 20 February was the most well attended session I can remember for many years. Therefore I am ceasing my attendance drive from this week onwards

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Catsfield news


Three days of forthcoming events in Catsfield

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Etchingham news


MOBILE LIBRARY: The Mobile Library now visits Etchingham once every three weeks, on Tuesday mornings 9.40am to Parsonage Croft outside the School and village halls.

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Udimore news


DIGGING UP THE PAST: In her talk to some sixty of us in the Hall last Saturday afternoon, Sue Lee presented a brilliantly concise survey of the geological and cultural processes that have shaped the landscape that we see around us today. Though intensive woodland clearance and subsequent cultivation of the land in Southeast England has left us with relatively little scope for new local major archaeological discoveries, she encouraged us all to be on the lookout for remnants of the past: a display of her own finds of flints and pottery set us a good example. Recent research, she told us, has also shed new light on the percentage of Neanderthal DNA in our ancestry, some distinct traces of which are still visible. Furthermore, our ancestors of 10,000 years ago in most respects differed very little from their descendants today!

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Sandhurst news


Football: Today Sandhurst FC are fourth in division 4 in the East Sussex Division. Won 5, 4 draws, lost 5 with 19 points.

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