Hawkinge SpitfireS Club The club is for the over 55's and we meet once a month on the second Wednesday in Hawkinge Village Hall. We have a variety of speaker's, music afternoons and outings during the year. Visitors are welcome and the cost is £3.00 including tea and biscuits. The next meeting is on Wednesday 10th April in Hawkinge Village Hall at 2.30pm. The speaker is Mary Smith and her talk is on a Schoolgirls War. For further information about the club please call 01303 489137.

garage Safari on Saturday 13th april in Lyminge and surrounding villages. Free maps available on the day or download from There are usually 60 + garages. Doors open at 9am. Come along,grab a bargain.

Capel le ferne farmers’ Market will be open every Tuesday 10 to 12.30 for local Kent produce and crafts. Capel le Ferne Village all, Lancaster Ave, CT187LX

the folkestone branch of the british Sugarcraft guild invite you to join us at St Andrews Hall , Surrenden Road, Cheriton. We meet on the first Saturday of each month excepting January 1.30pm until 4pm. Come along and see what we do with all forms of sugar and all methods of working with it old and new. Learn from trained demonstrators, join in workshops and talk to our members who are beginners through to old hands. They would be pleased to share their knowledge. This month we will be working on our Brighton exhibition competition table. Why not come along your first visit is free? We also have a Cygnets section ages 7 to 16years they meet in the morning of the first Saturday in the month 9-15am until 12 noon. For further information please call 01303 891796.

bingOweDneSDaY afternOOnS at etCHingHill Village Hall. 2pm - 3-30pm. £2 per book of 5 games. strip of 6 books for £5 - AN ENJOYABLE AFTERNOON. REFRESHMENTS AVAILABLE. For more info phone 07514 758936.

etCHingHill Village Hall film night on Monday the 15th april 2019 the Residents Association will be screening "First Man" pg13 Biography/Drama/History Starring Ryan Gosling, Claire Foy and Jason Clarke A biopic on the life of the legendary American astronaut Neil Armstrong from 1961-1969. About his journey to becoming the first human to walk on the moon. It explores the sacrifices and costs to the nation and on Neil himself during one of the most dangerous missions in the history of space travel. Doors open 7pm for a 7.30pm start. The entrance fee of £5.00 per head includes admission, refreshments and a lucky draw ticket. New and existing members are welcome. for further information please visit

Hawkinge eveningwi meets on the third Wednesday of each month (except in August) at 7.30 p.m. in Hawkinge Village Hall. Please feel free to join us for a cuppa and to see what we get up to If you would like an initial chat before coming along please contact either President Gwyneth on 01303 892471 or Secretary Cheryl on 01303 891226

littlebourne war Memorial Hall BINGO - every third Thursday of the month in the Lounge. £1 entrance includes book of 8 games. £4 for 2 books etc

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Capel-le-ferne gardener’s Club. This friendly club welcomes new members and visitors to its meetings on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at St Radigunds Church Hall, Albany Road, Capel-le-Ferne CT18 7JT. Speakers, Quizzes, Social evenings, outings and Shows. All welcome, call 01303 892577.

CaSH bingO every Tuesday evening @ 8.00pm and Saturday afternoon @ 2.00pm at the St. Mary's Bay Village Hall. St. Mary's Bay, Romney Marsh, Kent. Good cash prizes, raffle and refreshments available. For further information e-mail

DOwnlanD traVel Club a not for profit Adult Organisation based in Shepway with the following Trips that might appeal. • thursday 11th april 2019 Coach Trip to Leeds Castle followed by Fish and Chips at the Pilot in Dungeness. Cost of Coach and Entry into Castle £40. • thursday 13th June 2019 Coach Trip to RHS Hyde Hall Gardens, Chelmsford, Essex. Cost of Coach, entry into Gardens and a cream tea £42. There are other Trips planned to the end of the year. There is a Membership Fee of £7.50 each which is payable before you travel with us but is renewable every February 1st. Recognised pick-up points in Folkestone, Capel, Densole and Hawkinge. Contact in first instance, Mr Paul Sharman. 07724 130453, 01303 766275 or email I also attend the Folkestone Garden Centre Cafe, Densole (2nd Friday) and Capel Farmers Market in the Village Hall Café (2nd Tuesday) where I can answer questions, receive cheques and completed Membership Forms.

Hamstreet bowls Club are holding a quiz night on FRIDAY 10th MAY at their clubhouse. The Alley, Hamstreet, TN26 2HR 7pm for 7.30 start. Teams of 4 £5 per head to include ploughmans supper. BYOB. To book table phone Gwen 01303 872603 or Denise 01233 733340

Craft fair Saturday 6th april at Victory Hall, Hamstreet 11am till 2pm Lots of Easter gifts by local craft workers, also raffle and re- freshments with home made cakes. On behalf of Hamstreet Bolws Club new clubhouse fund.

Spring eaSter fair - hosted by Selsted COE Primary School SaturDaY 29tH april, 10aM until 1pM, Hawkinge Village Hall. Free entry - Teas, Coffees, Bacon Rolls, Homemade Cakes and goodies, Prize Raffle, Sweet and alcoholic tombola, face painting, plant sale, craft stall and many more activities for adults and children, in- cluding entertainment. come along and support this great cause. Selsted School Trust, Registered Charity # 15573343.

taYne Centre Market Church rd lyminge 20th april 9am. 12noon Crafts, Cakes , Pies, Veg ,Gifts , Cards, etc This month's Monies will be Donated to Maya from Etchinghill MARCH monies went to Allotment Association for new water butts following vandalism Tables £5. £8 tel 01303862710


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