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Jackie’s news: who now deliver newspapers in and around Bodiam, are still busy expanding and hav a customer referral rewards scheme where you can earn £20 per recommendation. Call 01580 763183 for more information.

Thank Pam:I do see Pam Marsh from time to time and I do feel so sorry as Pam has had yet another fall and her television is not working and she cannot watch Parliament. So if you see Pam, who puts in a lot of good work for Bodiam, give her ten pounds or more so she can buy a nice big TV.

Cricket: It is hard to talk about village cricket when it is cold and wet, but April is the start of the season. So if anyone would lie to play for Bodiam, give Club Secretary Karen a ring on 01424 436523 or 07983 814191.

Bodiam Parish Assembly: takes place at Bodiam Church of England Primary School on Thursday March 16 at 7.30pm. A small buffet will be available from 7pm. The Parish Council will report on the work of the past year and reports have also been invited from village groups, Rother District Councillors, Sue Procak and Graham Browne and Cllr Angharad Davies will report on her work at East Sussex County Council. The meeting is open to all electors of Bodiam. Please come and find out what has been happening in the parish and put your vies and concerns forward.

Politics: Please do not forget the local surgery with Bodiam member of Parliament Huw Merriman and East Sussex County Councillor Angharad Davies at Staplecross Village Hall on February 24 from 11am - 12.30pm. tea and biscuits will be provided and this a good time to talk about any local issues, problems and areas of concern. For more information call me on 01580 830211.

The next meeting of Bodiam Parish Council is on February 27 at 7pm in the Parish Room.

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