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Town Talk


DESPITE clashing with the Snod- land Town Football Club tourna- ment, support for the annual Real Ale Festival and Twenty20 cricket match at the cricket meadow was as high as ever. Paul Hickmott, organiser of the


real ale festival and music evening featuring the Fecks, said the day raised £400 each for the Snod- land/Moyeuvre-Grande Twinning Committee and Snodland Scouts. "The weather was excellent and


we enjoyed seeing residents, many with their children, relaxing


Ordination date


THE Rev Mandy Young, curate at Snodland, will be made a priest in Rochester Cathedral on Satur- day, September 26.


Once or- dained she will be able to "take afullerrole in the things she can do and can't do, such as baptisms and weddings."


Mandy said: "I have felt very wel-


come here. I have also been al- lowed to get involved in so much and have learned so much."


in the sun with a nice drink, watch- ing the cricket and later the Fecks band. "The event could not have taken


place without the team of helpers and I thank them for their efforts." The cricket match was won by Holmesdale Select XI who scored 172 runs against Snodland All Stars' 154 runs. Graham Ives said he was wor-


ried that clashing with the football tournament would affect atten- dance but it was well attended. He said: "Unfortunately, as most


Local news for Snodland and Halling Beer and cricket success


of the Holmesdale team was in- volved in the football they were un- able to field a side. My thanks and gratitude must go to Snodland Community Cricket Club which not only prepared a super pitch but enough of their players turned up tomakeagameofit." Graham said the winners were


the players and supporters who enjoyed a brilliant day in superb weather. "Well done, Paul and his team,


for supplying refreshments and the cricket club," he added.


Pupils’ appeal for safer roads


KEY Stage 2 pupils from the Church of England Primary School, Snodland took part in a giant walking bus, encouraging motorists not to ex- ceed 20mph near the school. About 190 chil-


dren took part in the Brake charity’s Go20 campaign. Assistant head Emily Wright said: "Each class had a banner to encourage drivers to Go 20 around Snodland CEP school, homes and shops to protect children, cy- clists and other pedestrians. The event also promoted the benefits of walking and cycling."


June takes dive for church hall


A SNODLAND woman is to do a sky dive, at the age of 82, to raise funds for a church hall. June Wright, of Brook Lane, will jump from an aeroplane at Headcorn air- field on August 29.


She said:


"Most people say I must be mad, but it is safe, the peo-


ple there are experts. "I could have held a coffee morning and raised about £80 but doing this I am aiming at £1,400 and have got £860 already." June is raising money for the


hall at Christ Church, Malling Road which, she says, “is old and in need of TLC." June has been married to Alan


for 59 years and the couple have two daughters, Caroline and Julie, seven grandchildren and three great grandchildren. She is a pastoral assistant,


helps run the dementia cafe, is a member of the parochial church council and Snodland Town Ac- tive Retirement Association (Stara). To make a donation, call her on 01634 241005.


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