Sandhurst

Sandhurst news
Sandhurst news

Services: at the village Baptist Church on Sunday October 16 will be morning worship at 10.30am and an evening meeting at 7pm. There will be a Deacon’s Meeting on October 18 at the church at 7.30pm.

The church runs football teams for boys and girls (juniors and seniors) at Sandhurst Playing Fields every Saturday from 9.30am - 11.30am. The cost is £2 per session and shin pads are required.

A bible talk is taking place at the church. For more information call 01580 850446.

The church will take part in an Act of Remembrance on Sunday November 13 at 10.45am on the Upper Green, with other church groups.

Allotment: If anyone would like an allotment please contact the Parish Clerk Lisa on 01580 850295.

Flower arrangers: Both the Mission Church and St Nicholas Church are both short of flower arrangers. If you enjoy arranging flowers and would like to have a go, please contact Anne on 01580 850281.

The civic amenities refuse lorry: will be in Sandhurst on Saturda October 15 at the following places and times to collect domestic waste: Lomas Lane, 8am - 8.25am; Ringle Green 8.30am - 9am; Back Road 9.05am - 9.35am; Tanyard 9.40am - 10.20am and Sandhurst Close 10.25am - 11am.

The Hospice in the Weald: is inviting people to open up their garden for 2017. The hospice would like to invite gardeners to contact them this autumn ready for the next brochure. For more details call Pam Coleman on 01892 820502.

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