St Giles: Christmas at St Giles was a ‘rip-roaring’ success (new line of talk form the church), which is good. Thank you to all those who help St Giles throughout the year and finally the youthful and dynamic PCC, just like the parish council.. By the time you read this all the churchwarden will have had a meeting with the archdeacon to discuss the appointment of a new incumbent, who cold be a woman. I hope people don’t say that they are not like Gordon - that would be unfair. It is a privilege to be a priest and it can be hard work. Gordon could reach a lot of people who didn’t care a lot about the church. The next service at St Giles is February 19 and will be Holy Communion at 11.15am.
Love recycling Love Rother: I have to say yes but how do you miss 40 bins, if not more, in Bodiam. I made a call and they did not know.
Alfred Hurley: I have just had a phone call to tell me that long time resident of Bodiam, Alfred Hurley from Northlands Cottages has died. He was 72, I hope to get more news soon but to his sister and the rest of the family we send our condolences.
Surgery: Everyone is most welcome to a local surgery with Huw Merriman, MP, and Angharad Davies, county councillor. The surgery is on February 24 at 11am to 12.30pm at Staplecross Village Hall. Tea and biscuits provided
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