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The very successful Traditional Church Fete at Playden Church a couple of weeks ago has been wrongly attributed to the Friends of Playden Church. It was not organised by them (us). The people on the Social Committee did all the hard work and therefore deserve all the plaudits. I’m not sure if the reporter was wrongly informed, or if the editor assumed it was Friends. Any way, now you know who it really was.

The photographs of the church were lovely and showed what a pretty setting it is.

The Playden Floral Group will be having a Garden meeting on 6th August. For details please contact Joan on 22 25 83.

The Rye Show in aid of the Rye, Winchelsea and District Memorial Hospital will be held at Salts Farm, East Guldeford, on Saturday 18th August. There is a very great deal going on, something for everyone. Entry is £5 per car.

The Mobile Library will be at Poppyfield on Monday from 11.30 to 11.50 am.

Rye Harbour Nature Reserve continues its excellent programme of holiday activities with an introduction to the birds which live on the Reserve during the summer, and a chance to have a go at some birdy crafts. Booking essential on 01797 22 77 84. £3 per child. Meet at Rye Harbour car park at 10 am. Suitable for accompanied children over 5 years.

Saturday 4th. A final chance to inspect the moth traps. Lime Kiln Information Centre 8 am.Wheel chair accessible.

Wednesday 8th, Explore the shallow sea at low tide, looking for shrimps, crabs and flat fish. Wear suitable clothing for paddling/wading in the sea. Booking essential. £2 per child. Lime Kiln Cottage Information Centre at 10 am.

Thursday 9th. Camber Castle for Kids - a guided walk through the Nature Reserve to look inside Camber Castle, one of Henry V111’s fortifications. Suitable for accompanied children over 5 years.Booking essential. £2 per child.

The mid-week services will be as usual at 9.30am and 3.30pm on Tuesday.

The 11 am service for 9th after Trinity will be Family Communion led by the Vicar.

Marion Lovell, Abingworth, New England Lane