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News Cars on show


THE Heritage Transport Show will be rumbling into the Kent Showground inApril. Organisers are promising an


array of vintage vehicles includ- ing cars, tractors, commercials, motorcycles and stationary en- gines. Featuring the South East Bus


Festival, the eventwill also have a display of more than 100 vintage buses. For details of the show on Sat- urday, April


6, visit


www.kentshowground.co.uk/her itage-transport-show.


Help for trust


PARISH councillors have voted to give a £1,976 grant to Bearsted Woodland Trust. The charity,which protects and


maintains 26 acres of trees and meadow, restores and enhances natural habitats for animals and plants, aswell as providing recre- ational space. Bearsted Parish Council voted


for the cash injection in support of the trust’s work at its meeting on February 5.


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WImarks its centenary with cake and dancing


LEEDS Women’s Institute cele- brated its 100th birthday with cake, personal tales and a lesson in salsa. TheWImet at the village hall on


February 14 for a special evening, where members talked about per- sonal mementos. These included a pieceofWelshslate,abookonStHe- lena, blessed Hindu offerings from India andapiece ofCaribbeanrock. The night was rounded off by a


demonstration of salsa dancing by the newly-elected chairman Louise Menenes-Bautista and her Colom- bian-bornhusbandAndres. The WI branch has, like many


rural groups, suffered dwindling numbers in recent years but has al- ready started attracting new, youngermembers. Mrs Menenes-Bautista said:


“There are lots of people who per- haps want to get more involved in the community orwould like some company.We are a small group but we have a laugh andwemake new


members verywelcome.” Treasurer Jane Newsome has


launched a project to chart the 100 years of theWI in the village.Mem- bers were able to leaf through old records and photographs. A recent article inDownsMailwill formpart of the project to celebrate the special anniversary. The Februarymeeting also welcomed its newestmember, Bearsted resident Jane Shotliff, who is also a community represen-


tative of InspiredVillages, the com- pany behind the development of Ledian Farm where a new retire- ment complex is being built. In the picture are: Janet Buller,


SueWenham, JaneNewsome,Tina Walters,AngelaMorris,Lesley Fin- lay, SylviaChatterton,TeresaTom- lin, Louise Menenes-Bautista and Jane Shotliff. Call Jane on 01622 862558 or Louise on 346785 to join up.


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