Nursery school: if anyone would like more information on Sandhurst Nursery School and would like to volunteer to come and read stories to 2 to 4-year-old children or just to arrange a visit please give Jan Little, the manager, a call on (01580) 850407
Church service: on Sunday, October 30, the 10 o’clock service is a benefice service at St Nicholas is Sandhurst to commemorate All Saints Day. If anyone would like the name of a loved one to be read out at the service please email Cathy Baker at firstname.lastname@example.org. The rector of Sandhurst will take the service.
Progressive supper: The progressive supper raised a magnificent £1,167 for St Nicholas Tower fund. There is a long way to go to raise required £70,000 for the repairs.
Baptist Church: the services and activities at the village Baptist Church are October 23 Morning Worship at 10:30 AM and a soup and sweet lunch at 1 PM. No evening meeting there is a ladies meeting on October 25 at 2 PM at the church. The phone number is (01580) 850715. The pastor is Ken Slater, Cherry Gate, Brookfield, Sandhurst, Cranbrook, Kent, TN18 5HU
Primary school: today October 21 the village primary school is to have an opening morning from 9.30 to 11:30 AM. Come and take a look around. All are welcome, for more information call (01580) 850288 and on November 5 a family fireworks spectacular will place at the primary school from 5PM. Adults £5, children under 14 free. Refreshments available.
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