Tuesday, 13 August 2019

Busy Times, Quiet Times...

Our local churches are places of quiet contemplation as well as organised service. It's appropriate to mention that St John's Church is open to all, for quiet reflection, Friday to Sunday each week 11-4.00p.m, and that St Matthew's is similarly guaranteed to be open for such purposes each Saturday and Sunday at the same times. If it's shelter from the........and space for your own thoughts amid silence, they are open for you, whether or not you have a prescribed faith.

Walkers are Welcome, a new village group with ambitions to both promote walking and welcome walkers from outside, are organising, as part of their launch, a series of timed and guided walks in the parish on Saturday 31st August. Walks range from 2-20 miles and have varied start times. All except the longest walk are free. Posters are out, giving the details. During the day, Walkers Are Welcome will have a display at the Village Hall, along with other local community groups, including Sustainable Hayfield. In the evening, there's a music event at the Royal Hotel featuring hot folk stompers the Gally Canters plus local rock covers band Recover, and a raffle. Tickets are just £5 each but are strictly limited, and are available from The Royal, so be quick...

And news is out that Hayfield Allotment Society's annual Summer Show, featuring classes for fruit and veg, home produce, crafts and more, is confirmed for Saturday September 7th. Look out for schedules in the usual places, and.....consider entering!

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