If you are passing the Almonry in Battle High Street please pop in and vote for our very own Netherfield scarecrow entry, Dennis the Menace and Gnasher.
Netherfield Youth Activities - every Wednesday from 11am to 3pm in the Village Hall, a light lunch is provided, all children must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
Netherfield Church - The first service for the month is Sunday August 4 and will be a non-Eucharist Family Service at Netherfield at 10am. The services will then follow the, now usual schedule, of Brightling, Mountfield and Netherfield for Holy Communions.
Last Saturday’s coffee morning at Oak Lodge, Saxonwood Road, Battle was blessed with good weather with the threatening storms holding off until the afternoon thankfully. There was a good turnout with visitors making the most of the book and bring and buy stalls. The competition based on the Kings and Queens of England kept everyone thinking over their coffee. Our thanks to Jane and John Chater for hosting it, to all the helpers for their work and for your support in attending. More than £250 was raised for church funds. Paul Smith, Churchwarden.
Netherfield Village Hall bookings - Marrissa Stepanek 01424 838106, or call in at the village shop.
White Hart - There are various groups meeting throughout the month including boules, The Rover group, The Harley Davidson group, TR Cars and The Breakaway Club, if you would like to know more about any of the dates and times or the darts and football teams please give Sean a ring on 01424 838382. White Hart boules pitch - the pieste is free to use, any clubs please feel free to come and use the pieste, FOC any time except match days which are Saturday afternoons throughout the season. We have a group of ladies and gents who play amongst themselves Monday lunchtimes. Please all check our websites for updates of up coming events www.whitehartnetherfield.com. The mobile library will be outside the shop from 11.50 – 12.10 today Friday August 2 and on Friday’s August 16 and 30.
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Deaf or hard of hearing? Living in Battle? Why not come along to one of the Hard of Hearing Groups held in Hastings and Battle and take the opportunity to meet other people in an easy-to-communicate atmosphere? The group meets once a month and is run by the East Sussex Hearing Resource Centre. Different speakers attend each month to talk on a variety of subjects and equipment is demonstrated which can be of help to hard of hearing people. You will also learn useful tips on how to communicate with deaf or hard of hearing people so your friends and family might want to come along too. The next meeting at Battle will be on Monday 5th August, 2pm – 3.30pm at St Martins, Mount Street, Battle, TN33 0DR. The subject for our talk this month is looking after your hearing aid. How to get the most from your hearing aid. How many programmes should it have? How often should you clean it? What batteries does your hearing aid use? Talk presented by David Rowan. Everybody welcome so put a note in your diary. For further information please contact: David Rowan, East Sussex Hearing Resource Centre, 8 St Leonard’s Road, Eastbourne, East Sussex, BN21 3UH. Tel: 01323 722505 (voice/text/fax) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.eshrc.org.uk Registered Charity No. 110114.