Monday, November 18th, 2019

Otford

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Stamps for the Girlguiding Otford’s Christmas Post Service go on sale on 28 November for the 37th year running and will be available until Friday 20 December.

Vitality Home Health is inviting anyone living with dementia, their carers, family and supporters to a new Otford Memory Café on the first Monday on each month between 10am and noon.

CONGRATULATIONS to Otford resident Eunice Beasley who celebrated her 100th birthday on 1 November. The village seems to have a good number of ladies on the cusp of 100 so look out for news of their birthdays in future editions. Eunice has lead an interesting life and we send her every good wish for the future.STAG THEATRE COMPANY presents Derek Benfield's 'Anyone for Breakfast?' at the Otford Memorial Hall on Friday 1 November and Saturday 2 November at 7.30pm. In this merry comedy of marital mishaps, the scene is set for an evening and morning of riotous misunderstandings and mistaken

Auditions will be taking place at Otford Memorial Hall at 7.30pm on Wednesday 23 October and at 10.30am on Sunday 27 October for the production of The Winter’s Tale by the Sevenoaks Shakespeare Society.

Roger Gough, the Conservative County Council Member for Darent Valley since 2005, is the new Leader of Kent County Council.

Otford Medical Practice flu vaccinations for this winter are now available.

The Archbishop’s Palace Conservation Trust and Sevenoaks District Council have announced that a 99 year lease of the Archbishop’s Palace site and buildings was completed on 19 September.

‘A Turbulent Priest’ to be performed at St Bartholomew’s Church on Saturday,19 October.

Otford Tennis Club located in a beautiful setting on the High Street Recreation Ground, is looking for new members and welcomes players of all standards.

The next social gathering of the Otford Twinning Society is at The Woodman pub by the pond at 7.30pm on Monday, 16 September.

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