Camber village voice

Well, this week the news is just about non existent!

It may be a good opportunity to remind you of the regular opportunities to link in with one of the regular activities that happen each week in Camber. There is the Extend Group each Wednesday at 12.30pm in the Memorial Hall for an hour. This is an exercise program for the over 50’s, including the disabled, much of it happens sitting down and you can work at your own level. It is a really good program for keeping the joints mobile and enhancing mobility. It is a small group and a lot of fun. Sally the qualified trainer has a lot of experience and really knows what its all about. The first session is free, so what is there to loose? It’s

£3 a session subsequently. There is also the Nifty Fifties at the same place at 2pm on Thursdays. This is a social group for the over 50’s and costs £2. It’s a friendly group who welcomes all. The other weekly group happens in the Thomas Longley Hall at 3.30pm on Fridays.

Pop In, welcomes all. It’s an opportunity to have a cuppa and a cake in relaxed company, you can be sure of a warm welcome.

The news from the beach is scant too. PC Nigel Collins reports that other than a break in at the Kite Surfing Centre on the Camber Rd, when a small amount of cash and equipment and some tools were stolen, all has been quiet. The final plans are being put in place to launch Operation Radcott ready for the influx of holiday makers at the end of July. Operation Radcott is a combined operation initiated by Rob Cass the Coastal Officer, enabling the coastal service and the police service to work closely together and with enough staff to meet the demands of the thousands of holiday makers and of course the villagers. Dan Bevan is keen as ever to hear about your concerns in his role as the Police Community Support Officer. His number is 07796

195 639, leave a message if he doesn’t answer your call, you can also email, Please leave any items for me to include through my letterbox or email me,

Larri Hayhurst, 18b Denham Way