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Sep 10

Poynings Apple Day

  Sunday 17 September Village Hall Apple Pressing  Pressing starts at 11.30am. Have your apples pressed at 50p per litre. Bring containers or buy 1 litre bottles – 25p Please wash your apples beforehand or wash them on site. Best Apple Crumble Competition Entries 11.00am – 1.00pm Village Hall (£1.00 per entry) Judging 1.00pm – …

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Sep 10

Local Locksmith

Aug 31

Caroline and Alan Currer farewell reminder

A gentle reminder that this Sunday at 10am is Caroline’s last service at Holy Trinity. All are welcome. You are also invited to a farewell concert in the Church at 6pm which is open to all. This is followed by a finger buffet and a glass of fizz in the Rectory Gardens. Tickets for this …

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Aug 31

Parish Council Meeting 5th Sept 2017

The next meeting of Poynings Parish Council is to be held in the Village Hall on Tuesday 5th September 2017 at 7pm. Agenda 1) Apologies for absence 2) Minutes 3) Matters Arising 4) MSDC 5) Public Participation 6) Expenditure for July and August 7) Planning applications SDNP/16/06388/FUL Orchard Cottage , Dyke Lane, Poynings, BN45 7AA …

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Aug 24

Flooding

As you may have noticed, various works have been carried out in the village to help reduce flooding. The money for this was raised by Poynings Parish Council applying for grants for this purpose. Poynings Parish Council will try and see if more grants can be obtained and will be putting in another application. What …

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Aug 20

Free Pallets

Pallet wood available for burning – both broken up and bagged. Pallet wood available for burning – both broken up and bagged.   Whole pallets available also, please enquire in the office.   Bags are located at the side of the small garage in the right hand side of the forecourt of Aviation House. Poynings. …

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Aug 20

Wealden Building Study Group

The Wealden Building Study Group was formed over 50 years ago to interpretively record as many as possible of the historic timber framed buildings still remaining in Sussex and the surrounding counties of the South East. The Group itself has recorded over 600 buildings to date but individually members have recorded several thousand more. Members …

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Aug 17

Too many fruit and vegetables?

You can donate your excess at the produce and help the ChurchIf you have too much veg, fruit or flowers you can donate to stall on grass in front of Mill Court.Alternatively you can take produce and donate to Church in tin provided. Don’t let it rot

Aug 11

Supper and Live Music

Aug 11

Pyecombe Music Festival 2017

Friday 1st – Sunday 3rd September Friday 7pm – Supper & Live Cabaret Quintessential Brass, Imaginary Friends & Sax on the Beach £15.00 incl food & welcoming drink. Full details with pre-booked tickets ( see below) _________________________________________________________________________________________________   Saturday 2nd 11am at Pyecombe Church Morning coffee concert: Mary Grocott – classical guitar Tickets including coffee …

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