Westfield Parish Church: services on Sunday, March 6 are Holy Communion at 8am and the Mothering Sunday Family Service at 10am, when there will be traditional posies for children to give to mothers attending. Everyone is welcome. The fourth of the Lent series ‘Opening Doors’ is in church at 7pm on Wednesday, March 9.
By popular demand Westfield Scout Group: presents another Murder Mystery Evening tomorrow, Saturday March 5, with the Playden Murder Mystery Players. The event is for teams of up to 6 people, and starts at 7.30pm in the Parish Hall. Tickets include ploughman’s supper, but please bring your own drinks and glasses to help the little grey cells along. Tickets (£8) are still available from Scout Leaders, Archers Butchers, or ring 01424 754080 or 753684.
Westfield Women’s Institute: meets in the Parish Hall on the Tuesday, March 8 at 2.15 pm. We look forward to a return visit from Edward Paget, who will be talking about the Pearly Kings & Queens of the City of London. All women are welcome; just come on the day, or contact the W.I. President Val Walkinshaw on 07927 403200 if you would like more information.
Westfield Cricket Club: is holding a Quiz Evening at ‘The Plough’ at 7pm on Sunday, March 13. Everyone is welcome, and admission is £5, including light buffet.
Regrettably, there are some complaints to pass on.: We have been asked to request that drivers of cars and vans do not drive over the verges. Along the main road in particular the verges have been churned up and destroyed, and the footpath covered in mud in wet weather, making it particularly difficult for older residents, and mothers with toddlers or buggies to pass. Drivers are also reminded that it is illegal to park on the footway, as seems to be happening rather too often.
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