Test out your general knowledge at the Hospice of Hope quiz night in Otford
HOSPICES OF HOPE, the charity based in Otford, is holding another of its popular Quiz Nights at its tearooms on the High Street on Saturday 6 July. Doors open at 7pm with supper served at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £13.50 and include a light supper. Teams of 6-8 can enter or just go as an individual and join a team. You can book through the website www.hospicesofhope.co.uk call 01959 525110, or email: email@example.com
Hospice of Hope is also benefitting from a Cider Tasting evening from 7pm on Wednesday 17 July at the Bull Public House, High Street. Tickets are £15 and include snacks, a soft drink, the chance to taste up to six different ciders and a talk by Kentish Pip Ciders. There will also be a light hearted cider themed quiz. To book see details above.
ST BARTHOLEMEW’S next Messy Church is at 3pm on Sunday 30 June in the church centre and is suitable for children up to the age of 11. Take your children along for some messy fun.
OTFORD FOLK DANCE CLUB meets on Thursday 27 June at Walthamstow Hall Junior School with Carol Hewson calling. All kinds of mixed folk dances are on offer and all are welcome. Whether you have little or no knowledge, the caller will give help and your fellow dancers will also assist you. The emphasis is on friendly enjoyment rather than perfection. If you would like more information ring Mary Butson, 01732 458356.
ART SHOW: Local artist Angela Bishop is exhibiting with The East Surrey Sculpture Society at Ightham Mote until 30 June.
SEVENOAKS EMBROIDERER’S GUILD meets on Saturday 29 June in Otford Memorial Hall at 10am for a morning session and 2pm for an afternoon session when the speaker is from ‘The Woolly Felters’ talking about ‘Felt Like Talking’. There will also be a members challenge, deadline and exhibition. The afternoon concludes with tea and cakes at about 4pm. For further information contact Sylvia Grafton 01732 452117.
OTFORD PRIMARY SCHOOL’S PTFA Summer Fete will take place between noon and 4pm on Saturday 6 July on the school field. It promises a fun afternoon of music, traditional games, pony rides, summer shopping, BBQ, beer tent, fizz and strawberries as well as a Grand Draw, tombola’s and silent auction. There will also be a baking competition, inflatables, face painting, and lots of stalls and games for all the family. Adult entry £1, children are free.
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