Only two more performances of Northiam Showtimers Magical Musical Moments’ so if you haven’t got your ticket yet – move fast! Performances start at 7.45pm on Friday 6th June and Saturday 7th June. Doors open at 7pm for pre-show drinks from the licensed bar.
The show is a tribute to the shows of the West End and Broadway, and consists of songs, dances and comedy, loosely based around well known stage musicals, in Showtimers inimitable style, featuring many familiar faces from Northiam and surrounding villages. Tickets can be ordered either on line at www.ticketsource.co.uk/showtimers for printing at home, or by phoning 01797 252918 for local collection.
The badminton clubs meet in the Pretious Sports Hall each Friday, with Primary school aged players at 5.30pm, Secondary at 6.30pm and the adult club at 8pm.
It’s Rye Hospital Summer fete on Saturday with fun for all the family and music from Main Street.
This week it’s Messy Church time again, so make your way to St Mary’s at 4pm on Sunday for a spot of mayhem. This month’s theme is Pentecost.
Women’s Fellowship meet on Tuesday in the Church Centre. Marion Brunt will speak on A Peruvian Adventure, and the fun and jollity begins at 2pm. New faces are always very welcome.
Coffee Stop will be brewing in the Church Centre from 10am on Wednesday and everyone is very welcome to drop in for a chat. Becky Unicombe, our PCSO will be there from 11am if anyone would like a word.
The Footpath Group leaves the Surgery Car Park at 9.15am for a walk and museum visit in Cranbrook. Lace Group meets in the Jenkins Room at 2pm.
Thursday Seniors will be entertained by Ryan Leslie.
Greg Barker MP is holding a surgery in the Village Hall on Friday 13th June between 10.30 and 11.30 am – just turn up.
Please note that the Blood Transfusion Service will be coming to the Village Hall Car Park on Tuesday 17th June, so it’s worth making an appointment.
Plans are all in hand for a fabulous Midsummer Festival on 21st and 22nd June on the Playing Fields. With music, craft, beer, displays and a dog show on the Saturday, and the fabulous Milton Jones on the Sunday, there should be a lot of fun for everyone. Keep the weekend free – or invite your friends and family over.
Services (8th): 8am Holy Communion, 10.30am Morning Praise, 4pm Messy church
The White House, Dixter Road