Peasmarsh news
Peasmarsh news

Doctors’surgery: Peasmarsh - Due to low demand these have now been reduced to one per month which will be the first Tuesday of the month between the hours of 11.30 am and 12.30 pm. To book an appointment contact Rye Medical Centre on 01797 223333.

Crackling Telephone Lines and problems with internet in Peasmarsh: The Chair of the Parish Council (David Pankhurst) has written to BT and a copy of his letter can be viewed on the Parish Council website under Council News, and also on the Parish Council Notice Board at Brickfields. Any replies when received will also be posted on the Parish Council website and on the Parish Council Notice Board.

The next visit: by the Mobile Library will be on Thursday 17th November, and every three weeks after that.

FLU VACCINATIONS: The final Flu Clinic at Northiam Surgery will run from 2.00-3.30 pm on Tuesday 15th November. No appointment is necessary.

REGULAR EVENTS IN THE MEMORIAL HALL: Brownies – Mondays at 6.30 pm (Term time only). Sing for Fun – Wednesdays at 2.00 pm – Contact Yvonne on 01797 230693. Mothers and Toddlers – Thursdays at 9.30 am (Term time only). Zumba – every Thursday at 7.30 p m. Flower Arranging Group – Contact Deirdre Bull on 01797 230208

QUIZ NIGHT: Saturday 19th November – this has unfortunately been cancelled owing to another event taking place in the church. Another quiz night will be arranged in the new year. Apologies to all quizzers!

CHURCH SERVICES: Sunday 13th November 10.00 am Remembrance Service at Peasmarsh followed by 11.00 am Remembrance Service at Beckley

Saturday 19th November: Marsh Warblers Supper Concert at Peasmarsh Church Bar opens 6.00 pm. Tickets £10 from Audrey Dent, Tel: 230050, Jenny Als Tel: 230324 or Anna Jury Tel: 230696.

PEASMARSH VILLAGE SIGN: Residents are invited to submit their ideas for a design to encourage a broader community involvement. The design should symbolise Peasmarsh, its history and environment, and include the Peasmarsh Panther. The closing date for entries is the 15th November, and they can either be emailed to, or posted in the Memorial Hall post box. If you are interested in becoming involved in this project or would like more information, then contact Councillor Celia Pollington via the Parish Clerk, email

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