Northiam village voice

Badminton and Dance clubs meet on Friday evening, with Gymnastics on Saturday.

The Cubs and Scouts will hold a Church Parade at St Mary’s on Sunday to commemorate St George’s Day.

On Monday, there will be Yoga, Pilates, Excel Fitness, Badminton and Zumba, with Bridge Club in the Jenkins Room at 2pm. The Budgerigar Society meets in the Jenkins Room at 7pm.

Tuesday brings us Toddlers, Line Dancing, Excel Fitness and Aerobics, with the Village Hall AGM to be held in the Jenkins Room at 7.30pm. All interested parties very welcome.

This month’s walk for the Rye and District Association of the National Trust will be on

Tuesday 24th April meeting at 10.30 am at the Plough Inn Crowhurst. Two circular, hilly walks, from the Plough: 3½ morning and 4 mile afternoon. If you wish to take part in the walk please confirm at least 24hrs before by email: or phone: 01797 260637. 

Coffee Stop starts the day on Wednesday with open house in the Church Centre between 10am and 12 noon. Sports on offer are Pilates, Gymnastics and Karate.

Barry Turnwell entertains the Thursday Seniors’ Club, and the Citizens Advice Bureau will attend the Village Hall between 10am and 12 noon.

Northiam Showtimers will be making a welcome return to the stage next weekend. Keep Calm and Carry On is their usual mix of music, dances and sketches, this time looking at the lighter side of events during the 1940s. If you enjoy the likes of Dad’s Army or the sounds of Glenn Miller, The Andrews Sisters or Vera Lynn, then this is right up your street! To add to the atmosphere, audiences are encouraged to dress up 40s style (you can recycle your costumes at the Jubilee Dance). So have a rummage and reserve your ticket by calling 01424 882076. Performances are 7.30pm on Friday 27th April and Saturday 28th April, with a Saturday matinee at 2.30pm. Refreshments and a bar will be available at all performances.

Services (22nd): 8am Holy Communion, 10.30am St George’s Day Morning Praise.

Karen Ayling, The White House, Dixter Road