Rachel Feeley, 17 Smith Close
The East Sussex County Council Mobile Library service will next be in Ashburnham (by the chapel) on Thursday 2, January 16 & 30, 9.50am - 10.10am.
The next Coffee Morning is on Monday, January 6 & 20 in the Church Hall, Ashburnham Place 10.30am - 12pm. You are welcome to go along for a good friendly chat. For further information, please contact Tina on 01424 843728.
The next Pub Quiz at the Ash Tree Inn is on Tuesday, January 7, 7.45pm. £1 entry with a £5 set meal available. For further information please call 01424 892104.
The next Village Lunch is on January 15, at Ashburnham Village Hall. Lunch is cooked every month for any older residents in our villages who would like a bit of company and a delicious meal. Transport can be arranged if needed. For more information or to book a place, give Janet a ring on 01424 892311.
2m@1 are meeting on January 13, 1pm at Ashburnham Church Hall, where Rhod Jones will give a talk entitled ‘The Oxo Story’.
Ashburnham & Penhurst WI are meeting on Monday January 20, 7.30pm at the Village Hall. Tony Harris, professional actor and experienced speaker, will be joining them to talk about his life as Henry VIII. Hired as the resident Henry at Hampton Court Palace, Tony has a fund of stories about his time there. But when he dons the famous costume, Henry comes alive to tell us about his life, his wives, and what it was really like at the Tudor court. The evening will include refreshments and a raffle. WI members free, visitors £2. No need to book – just go along!
The Ashburnham and Penhurst Gardening Club are next meeting on January 27 at Ashburnham Church Hall, 7.30pm, where they will look at ‘Bygone gardening’. For more information contact Rhod Jones on 01424 892689 or view their website: www.ashpengc.org.uk.
Ashburnham Chapel are holding a coffee morning on January 27, 10.30am-12pm. All are welcome to join them.
The Evening Book Group are next meeting on Tuesday January 28, 8pm at Ashburnham Place. They will be will be reading “Uncommon Reader” by Alan Bennett. (Copies will be sent out to group members.) The next book will be “The Vanishing Acts of Esme Lennox”. Any enquiries or need for directions, please ring Nicole on 07583 433895.
Ashburnham and Penhurst Parish Council will be meeting on January 29, 6.30pm at the Sports Pavilion. All local residents are welcome to attend.
The Afternoon Book Group are next getting together on January 31 at 2pm. They will be reading Anthony Trollope’s “Miss Mackenzie” about a genteel, poor spinster who comes into a fortune. If you would like more information, please get in touch with Nicky on 01424 892474.
Don’t forget that you can look to see what is going on in Ashburnham and Penhurst on the community website: www.ashburnham-penhurst.net.
Church services for St Peter’s, Ashburnham, 10.30am unless otherwise stated:
December 29, Morning Praise with Children’s Activities
January 5, Family Service
January 12, Morning Praise with Children’s Activities
January 19, Morning Praise with Children’s Activities
January 26, Communion Service with Children’s Activities
Church services for St Michael the Archangel, Penhurst, 10.30am unless otherwise stated:
December 29, Morning Prayer with Carols
January 5, Holy Communion
January 12, Morning Prayer - Plough Sunday
January 19, Holy Communion
January 26, Morning Prayer
Services for Ashburnham Chapel, 6.30pm unless otherwise stated:
December 29, Evening Service
January 5, Evening Service
January 12, Evening Service
January 19, Evening Service
January 26, Evening Service
Prayer and Bible reading meetings on Tuesday at 2.45pm at the Chapel. Contact Fay Ramsden on 07860 113413 for further information.
Wishing you all the very best for 2014.
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