Monday, September 21st, 2020

Quilters aim to raise £3,000 for Ovarian cancer charity

PANSY PARADE CHARITY QUILT FOR OVARIAN CANCER. The beautiful patchwork bed quilt ornamented with lovely pansies made by Eynsford’ s ‘Sew n Sews’ quilting group will be raffled in September in aid of raising funds and awareness for Target Ovarian Cancer. So far the group has raised over £2,677 for ovarian cancer and the aim now is to raise this to £3,000.  Local groups have been invited to put the quilt on display at their events to raise awareness and enable the sale of raffle tickets  in aid of the Charity. It will also be on display at the Heavy Horse Show in Shoreham on 2 September. For information please contact   helenhorobin@sky.com. Photos and details  can be seen on  Justgiving.com/fundraising/pansyparadequilt

EYNSFORD IN BLOOM. After the great effort by all the working parties, the village now eagerly awaits the results which are expected on 14 September.

FARNINGHAM & EYNSFORD LOCAL HISTORY SOCIETY.  Don’t miss the chance to see the Second World War film of Eynsford 1939-1945, with some Farningham footage, by Norah Penwarden on  Friday 21 September in Eynsford Village Hall..  The film shows local daily life during the war plus erecting air-raid shelters, gas masks, the Home Guard; Riverside bomb, Sparepenny Lane Observation Post and much more. It ends with the Peace Celebrations.  Doors open 7.30pm and the film starts at 8pm. There will also be refreshments.  Members free/non-members £2.

FRIENDS OF ST BOTOLPH’S CHURCH invite you to meet Richard Griffin, recently retired Royal Protection Officer, on Tuesday 11 September at 2pm at the church at Lullingstone. Tickets are £12.50 from Valerie Wells on 01322860868.

FARNINGHAM WI – THE FIRST 100 YEARS. Farningham WI invites you to an Open Afternoon and Exhibition on their history and activities accompanied by Tea and Cake  from 2pm -4pm on Saturday 22 September.

FARNINGHAM FRIDAY CAFÉ. Everyone is invited to come and share a coffee or tea with old friends or new at the Shand Hall  just behind Farningham Church, every Friday morning between 10am – noon.  Contact farninghamcfc@outlook.com.

TEA AND CHAT. This friendly group meets every Thursday at Farningham Village Hall and offers a supportive and enjoyable break to anyone who is lonely or perhaps just needs a little time away from their house or would like to meet some new friends, chat and share some cake and tea. Contact stella.baggaley05@btinternet.com

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