The Kent & East Sussex Railway: is not in Bodiam, the right name is Ewhurst Station but it makes most money out of Bodiam Castle, half way across the bridge marks the start and end of Bodiam. If one comes to Bodiam Castle you can present your valid train ticket at the Castle office for great saving on entry prices, normal Castle admission with Gift Aid £9.15 adult, £4.60 child, with train ticket discount £7.70 adult £3.85 child.
Easter Services: at St Giles, all at 11.15 a.m., Lay Reader Liverton will take the Good Friday Service and the Easter Sunday Service Reverend Graham Attfield. Graham is full-time Chaplain at Conquest Hospital, assistant Minister at St Mary’s Church, Rye and Chaplain to the Police and Ambulance Service in Hastings.
Theft from van: sorry to hear that Robert Lyne (Percy) had his work tools stolen from his van in Levetts Lane. I do feel sometimes that people do see suspicious people around, I know it was dark, the criminal element must know about the tools in Percy’s van. Remain alert Bodiam.
Mothering Sunday Service: it was a good Mothering Sunday Service at St Giles when the Bishop of Lewes, The Right Reverend Richard Jackson took the service. It was a very memorable Mothering Sunday in so many ways.
Church decoration: If anyone would like to help with the decoration of St Giles Church on the 26th March or to make a donation for flowers please phone Sarah Peters 01580 830478. Start will be 10 a.m. on Easter Saturday.
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