Trish Lock, 16 Pelwood Road

Good morning Camber,I said in last months news it was a day nearer spring

I am now wondering if I missed it, and the next step will be summer.

Its all been happening at the Church this last week. Rev Malcolm led all of the liturgies leading up to a terrific service on Easter Day. There was a short service each evening last week attended by a small but committed group of regulars. On Easter Day the church was packed and there was a great spirit of celebration topped off before people left, by Rev Malcolm’s home made wine, Easter eggs, both chocolate and boiled and dyed! Francis Catt took Rev Malcolm and Jean his wife by surprise by publicly thanking them both for their enormous contribution to our church.( Jean is the driving force behind the music in the church.) They were given a small gift each. There seems to be the idea amongst some villagers that the church is shut. Even though there is no vicar it is very much open and functioning very actively. There is a service each Sunday morning at 10.30am, a communion service led usually by Rev Malcolm. There is a family service on 20th April. Everyone is most welcome.

Camber Film Club. will be showing MADAGASCAR 3 on friday 12th April

doors open 7pm,starts 7-30pm.

The Fete this was held on Saturday 23rd March the weather was not all that good, but still a lot of brave souls came along,they raised about £200. and they managed to get a grant from the wind farm £1.500. all this money will go to keeping the village new letter going,well done Lee.

Lee would like to thank Ann and Lynn for the wonderful cakes the made and a big thank you to all the great people that came along to help. there will be other events this year I will let you know as they become due.

Residents Association held their last afternoon tea for the seniors of the village,I also got a wind farm grant {what wonderful people they are} so we can once again start in October.when the village gets back to normal.

Ann. Maggie and I would like to thank everyone that attends our teas for the lovely plants and cards. We look forward to seeing you all again.

Camber Annual Assembly will be held on the 9th April at the village hall

7-30.Please come along and see what has been achieved over the past year and you can have your say we need to support our parish council.

Camber country and western will be on 20th April. 8pm=11-30,you will be entertained by Dean Austin. members £7 and non member £8,sorry no bar

please bring your own.

Terry chairman of the village hall committee would like to thank siy sos team that came from Amicus Horizon, for the great job they did. the work was carried out in the hall and the Doctors surgery,this was a free cause and not many had done this sort of thing before but what a great job they made of it. well done team.