What’s On Malling & district clubs, societies & activities MARY Rayner is collating our community diary so
please supply her with details of your group’s regular meetings.
She is also compiling a list of special events for 2014 in the Malling Action Partnership area, so please send her all the information, including how to contact you.
Saturday & Sunday July 26 & 27
Malling Art Show at Offham Village Hall, Offham, from 10am to 4pm, free admission and free parking. Over 200 paintings all by local artists on show, sales available.
Sunday July 27 West Malling Farmers Market, from 9.30am to 1.30pm in West Malling High Street.
Saturday August 9 Offham Farmers Market. About 30 local food and craft stalls including, fish, meat, cheese, bakery, confectionery, fruit & vegetables, preserves, olives, honey, and vegetarian specialities. 10am to 2pm at Spadework Nursery, Teston Road, Offham.
Please let her know as far in advance as possible so that it may be possible to avoid clashes and maximise the attendances at each event.
Details should be emailed to email@example.com
. If you are without email access call 07772 318330
Sunday August 24 West Malling Farmers Market, from 9.30am to 1.30pm in West Malling High Street.
Tuesday August 26 U3A monthly meetings are held at Ryarsh Village Hall on the fourth Tuesday of the month throughout the year. Meetings start at 2pm with a guest speaker followed by tea, coffee and biscuits when there is plenty of time to socialise with the other members.
Saturday September 6 Addington and Trottiscliffe Flower, Produce and Craft Show at Trottiscliffe Village Hall. Entries to hall from 9am to 11am
This is an amateur event open MA GNILL DISTRICT T LIONS CLUB
to everybody. All entries welcome.
Refreshments, bring & buy stall and raffle. Show opens at 2pm.
Saturday, September 13 Heritage Weekend at Twitch Heritage Centre and Clout Institute 11am to 4pm. A chance to look at your local heritage.
Sunday September 21 Pilsdon at Malling 10th Anniversary Celebration
Tuesday September 23-
Sunday September 28 Music@Malling
Outstanding musicians in historic venues in and around West Malling.
The fourth annual festival commemorates the 450th anniversary of William Shakespeare, the centenary of the First World War and includes music by Ravel, Elgar, Strauss and Bach.
Tuesday September 30 West Malling Chamber of Commerce monthly meeting. These alternate each month between a business and networking emphasis. For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Local clubs & societies have their regular meetings as follows
East Malling Singers rehearse on Wednesday evenings, 8pm-10pm, at St James the Great Church, East Malling.
Kings Hill Rotary meets every Monday at 7.30pm at the Spitfire Pub.
Chip Productions Drama Group
meets Fridays at 7.30pm at West Malling Village Hall.
Society meets every Tuesday at West Malling Village Hall at 8pm.
The Heath Players meet at the East Malling Institute, Mill Street, at 8pm on Fridays.
Malling Rotary meets Tuesdays at 6.30pm at Spadework, Teston Road, Offham.
Malling Art Society meets every Thursday at Offham Village Hall, 8pm-10pm .
Dance for fun every Monday at St James Centre, East Malling, 6.30pm - 7.30pm. £1.
Malling Community Choir meets every Tuesday at
West Malling Baptist Church, 7.15-8.45pm. £2 per adult, children free.
East Malling Women’s Institute
meets at the East Malling Institute behind the King and Queen pub on the third Monday of each month, 7.45pm - 9.45pm.
Addington Bridge Club meets every Tuesday from 7pm in the sports pavilion, Park Road.
Spadework Farmers Market is on the second Saturday of the month from 10am to 12.30pm at Spadework, Teston Road. For more details, see www.spadework.net
Malling Stamp Club meets on the second
Tuesday of every month at the Clout Institute, West Malling High Street, at 7.30pm.
Kings Hill Youth Club
Tuesdays 6.30-8.30pm. For more information please contact Sophie on 07947 706781.
Craft and chat group
Drop-in. Wednesdays, 10am – noon, St James Centre, East Malling.
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