CHURCH SERVICE: The 11.15am third-Sunday-of-the-month Sung Family Eucharist in St Mary’s (possibly to be celebrated at an earlier time next month) will be followed by refreshments in the Hall.
MOBILE LIBRARY: To take advantage of our 3-weekly opportunity to borrow books, tapes and DVDs from the library (and enjoy a cup of coffee or tea while you’re there) please remember to be at the Hall between 11.45am and 12.15pm next Wednesday (August 19).
WEA COURSES: The new term of lectures and courses starts in October.
In the Hall, Jackie White will be continuing her popular series on Practical Gardening on ten Friday mornings, starting on October 2. There will be plenty to learn, whether you’re a beginner or an experienced gardener, not to mention the weekly coffee and cake.
The other two courses will be in the St Mary’s Centre, Lion Street, Rye. For seven Monday afternoons, starting on October 5, Karen Chang will be telling The Unfolding Story of China, covering a wide range of the cultural, social and political aspects of that fascinating country. On October 8, and on the second Thursday afternoon of each following month, David Alfred will be leading one of his popular discussion groups, this time on local, national and global events.
The charge for each of these three courses is £85.05. For more detailed information about them, and for enrolment, please contact Andrew Stuart (3 West Street, Rye, or 01797 223831, or email@example.com).
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