Westfield

Messy Church: The second Messy Church session will be tomorrow, Saturday 11 August, in the Church Hall rom 3-5pm, and all families are welcome. Children must be accompanied by an adult. There will be fun for everyone, with all sorts of activities, crafts, media, games and music, and finishing with food. Services on Sunday are Holy Communion at 8am and 10am, with Youth Church at 10am.

Guestling Church: Westfield’s sister church of St. Laurence, Guestling, have a Pet Service this Sunday 12 August at 4pm. All animals are invited with owners. There will be cakes and cream teas at the end of the service, to raise funds for the Church. Dog biscuits will be available!

The annual Flower Festival at St. Laurence is on Friday 17, Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 from 10am-5pm each day. This year’s theme is “Observer’s Books”. Lunches (including Ploughman’s), tea, coffee and cakes will be available, as well as Produce and Book stalls, and a Tombola. The event is free to enter, with ample parking, and all proceeds will go to the St. Laurence Church Restoration Fund. The Festival concludes with a Songs of Praise service on Sunday at 6pm. Everyone is welcome to join us! Enquiries: 01424 812254. The church is off the A259 roughly half way between Rye and Hastings, and is signposted from the junction of A259 and Church Lane.

Music by the Lake: This takes place at Camelot, 90 Westfield Lane, on 26 August from 11am to 5pm. Expect 60’s, 70’s and 80’s music from the Rockitmen and support! The gates open at 11am, giving you plenty of time to enjoy your picnic before the music starts at 1pm. Bring your picnic; tea, coffee and Pimms will be available. Tickets are £10 in advance or £12.50 on the day, and children and parking are free. Ring 07515 666067 for more information. Proceeds will go to Senlac Rotary’s good causes and Friends of Fia.

Children’s Cricket: There is fun cricket every Monday on the cricket pitch from 5-6pm for children from age 9. This is great fun and exercise and is only £2 a session.

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