Apologies for the missing ‘Voice’ last week, there was a technical hitch with the Observers production which involved two ‘voices’ one being ours!
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Netherfield Church - The service this week Sunday May 25 will be a Holy Communion at Netherfield. Services start at 10 am. Our first Coffee Morning will be held this month at Stonywood, Netherfield, courtesy of Rosie and Ted Parkinson. This will be on Saturday May 31, running from 10 am until noon. Everyone will be most welcome and hopefully the weather will be as good as the last time so we can all enjoy the garden and magnificent views. Paul Smith, Churchwarden.
Netherfield Village Hall bookings - Marrissa Stepanek 01424 838106, or call in at the village shop.
WHITE HART - On the third Thursday of every month we hold a Quiz night for a local charity all are welcome , there is always a ‘special’ on offer for food.
There are various groups meeting throughout the month including Boules, The Rover group, The Harley Davidson group, T.R.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 that 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 May 23. To include your event or local Netherfield news please e mail me email@example.com
The next meeting of the Battle Hard of Hearing Support Group will be held on Monday June 2 2014, from 2pm to 3:30pm at St Martins, Mount Street, Battle, TN33 0DR. This is an excellent opportunity to meet other hard of hearing people and to make new friends in a relaxed and welcoming environment and to learn from their personal experience of living with hearing loss. It’s also an ideal opportunity to learn some useful communication skills that will help to reduce the feeling of isolation. Free refreshments and raffle. All welcome so put a note in your diary. For more information please contact East Sussex Hearing Resource Centre on 01323 722505.