UDIMORE GARDEN SAFARI, MAY 30: Tomorrow (Saturday) the seven gardens on the safari route are (in alphabetical order): Beauchamps, Court Lodge Farm, Gillshaw Farmhouse, Hammonds, Perryfield House and Wick Farm Oast. Maps of the route will be available, with tickets (£6 each, children free) at the Community Hall from 1.30pm. The garden owners have been making sure their gardens are at their very best at this wonderful time of year and much look forward to welcoming lots of you for this special occasion, so please be sure not to miss it! You can plan your own way round the circuit (noting that there will be a one-way system for visiting Hammonds and Wick Farm Oast - down Hammonds drive and up Wick drive) allowing plenty of time to visit all seven gardens, and to fit in a break for tea and cakes at the Community Hall. The event ends at 5.30pm.

BREDE CONCERT: At 7.30 pm tomorrow Gary Marriott and Duncan Reid will present a Grand Concert in St George’s Church, Brede. Tickets are available from Marion Firman (01424 75165). At £8.50 their price includes a finger buffet and a glass of wine. This will be a fundraising event for the Friends of St George’s.

SUNDAY CHURCH SERVICE: At 8am Holy Communion will be celebrated in St Mary’s.

MESSY CHURCH: The monthly Messy Church session will be in the Hall at 4pm on Tuesday June 2.

MEDICAL TALK: At 7.30pm on Wednesday June 3, there will be a talk in Northiam Village Hall by Dr Roger Plail of the Conquest Urology Department. His subject will be “Human waterworks and their problems”. This talk has been arranged by the Northiam and Broad Oak Patients’ Participation Group.

SUMMER LUNCH: If you don’t yet have tickets for the Brede and Udimore Overseas Group Summer Lunch, to be held in the Hall on Thursday June 4 starting at 1pm, and would like to go, it may well still possible to fit you in. If you’re interested, please ring Stella Knight (01424 883246) or Judy Edwards (01424 882222) as soon as possible. At £8.50 tickets are remarkably good value.