Family Support Wor are looking to recruit volunteer Bishop’s Champions to support and enhance the work of Family Support across the diocese. Chichester Association for Family Support Work is a diocesan charity that seeks to work with families in need. It has a particularly strong role in areas of deprivation. The Champions will play a key … [Read more…]
The following email was sent to me via this website. A contact from the Downland website Dear Reverend, Churchwardens and P.C.C. The Church of the Transfigeration, Pyecombe I felt compelled to send you a message of thanks. On Saturday 10th. March 2018 I walked part of the South Downs Way with the intention of reaching … [Read more…]
if you haven’t managed to buy your copy of the Downland Villages Recipe book you can get one at Rushfields. At £7.50 each or 3 for £20 they make a perfect present. All of the proceeds will go towards the running costs of the four Downlands churches, thanks to our generous sponsors.
The recipe book has arrived in time for Christmas. They will be on sale after the services at Newtimber and Pyecombe on Sunday or email firstname.lastname@example.org They cost £7.50 each or you can buy 3 for £20. They make ideas Christmas presents and we can provide an A5 envelope if you want to post it … [Read more…]
Don’t forget to visit the Book Nook which opens on the third Sunday in the month (11.00 to 4.00) and every Wednesday (10.00 to 11.30).
I have recently added some lovely photos from the Old Time Music Hall. Look on the Photo Album page to see them. Please keep sending me photos or a link to any albums you create of Flickr.
You may have noticed a plaque in the South transept on the South wall in the church at Poynings remembering Brian James Winter You may be interested in the historic event lead to his death exactly 71 years ago. Click on “News” in the green banner at the top of this page then click on … [Read more…]
We would like to thank all the friends from these villages and beyond for the fantastic farewell concert and party held at Poynings on 3rd September. It was an incredible send off which involved so much work on the part of lots of people, and reduced us to tears (of sadness and laughter alternately) and … [Read more…]