Bodiam

Bodiam news
Bodiam news

Collection in memory of Gordon: if anyone would like to make donations in memory of Gordon the vicar they will be donated to the Hospice in the Weald. They can be sent to see Waterhouse and Sons, Funeral Directors, High Street, Burwash TN19 7ET. As I have said in the past Village Voices the church was full for Gordon’s service but it is afterwards that Judy will need all the support and I do hope that she will get it not just on the day of the service.

Cricket club: cricket club takes on Brede on July 17 with the start of 2 PM. For the places to play phone Karen on (01424) 436523.

Bodiam preschool: Bodiam preschool has places available for new children. The aim of the staff is to bring the very best out of all the children at preschool. Please contact Melanie or Becks on (01580) 830615 or email bodiampreschool@gmail.com.

Graveyard: the church works very hard to keep St Giles tidy but the car park sometimes is a mess. Please come to Saint Giles but please take litter home.

Poppy appeal: the head of the Poppy Appeal in Bodiam Janet Gardner has said if anyone would like to be a door-to-door collector or will take a static display please let her know on (01580) 830155.

Radio star: did you hear me on the radio the other week? I was very good, I am told. I was asked to talk about our castle, rated one of the top 10 best loved in the country in fact Bodiam was number two. To the TV next!

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