Laurie Bowman, Magpies, Oast House Field
Congratulations to Ernie and Katie Wilson who married on Boxing Day 65 years ago in Udimore Parish Church. Their children, grandchildren and great grandchildren wish them every happiness on their special day and thank them for being wonderful and caring parents.
Services at All Saints with St. Nicolas
Sunday 23 December 10.30 Morning Prayer
4.00 Village Carol Service
Christmas Eve 4.00pm Crib Service and Christingles for All the Family
11.00pm First Eucharist of Christmas
Christmas Day 10.30 Parish Eucharist
Sunday 30 December 10.30 Parish Eucharist
Sunday 6 January 2013 10.30 Parish Eucharist Epiphany
Icklesham Village Store – 0openhours over the holiday period
24 December 9am – 12.30pm
Christmas Day closed
Boxing Day 10am -12.30pm
27 December 8am -5pm
28 December 8am – 5pm
29 December 8am – 5pm
Sunday 30 December 9am – 12.30
New Year’s Eve 10am -12.30pm
New Year’s Day 10am -12.30pm
Wednesday 2 January 2013 as normal hours.
Windmill Farm Shop open hours over the holiday period
Friday 21 December 10am -4pm
Saturday 22 10am -5pm
Sunday 23 10am – 4pm
Monday 24 9am -2pmChristmas Day , Boxing Day and Thursday 27 December closed
Friday 28 December 10am -4pm
Saturday 29 9am -5pm
Sunday 30 December 10am – 4pm
New Year’s Eve 10am -2pm
New Year’s Day closed
Wednesday 2 January 10am -4pm
Jade’s Hair Salon is closed 23 -28 December and 29 December-4 January. With 2 stylists you can check for an appointment 813333’.
Recycling collections of everything except green wheelie bins will be on the Thursdays of each holiday week.
Both our pubs are very busy so for definite times, bookings etc The Queen’ s Head is 814552 and the Robin Hood 814277.
The Robin Hood Bonfire Society has the Bonfire and Firework display on Saturday 29 with gates open at 6pm and the display at about 7.30. Tickets in advance from the pub are cheaper – adults only £2 and under 12s £1.
Music at the Queens Head on Sundays 4-6 will be 23 Buick 6(Delta Blues) and 29 Pete Prescott Band (Rock)
WARR stands for Wealden and Rother Rural. The WARR Partnership has European funding and in the most recent projects approved is Icklesham Recreation Ground. The WARR Partnership news says’’ Ickenham’s Local Action Plan had identified a need for more recreational facilities for the young. Consultation on how best to meet these needs was widespread and included public meetings with parents, sports clubs, local teenagers and children and teachers from the Village Primary School. Strong support emerged for a new play area, and funding will be used to provide new facilities for children from the ages of 2 to 15 adjacent to the Memorial Hall. The choice of play equipment was made in consultation with children, young people, parents and the local School, to ensure the needs and interests of the wider age group would all be taken into consideration’’.
Other projects supported were village shops in Iden and Blackboys and Westfield Football Club.