Thursday 30th July at 7.30pm Westham Hall plays host to a special evening about the wartime and radar stations on Pevensey Marsh. A relaxed presentation will be given by Lloyd, and you will hear stories that you probably haven’t heard before about happenings in the villages – does “pig in flat” ring in any bells ? There will be the opportunity for you to add your own tales or experiences. A time to reminisce perhaps ? Its free to attend so just bring yourselves along and enjoy the evening. Refreshments will be served.
If you haven’t booked to come to our “supper and silliness” evening at the Ethel Wood Hall on Wednesday 29th July, then get your skates on as they say. There are only a few places left. There is a buffet supper and we have organised (non physical) amusement for everyone to join in with. Its a part of our scarecrow program to include everyone in all the villages.
TEL : 07511835408 to reserve one of the last places for a super evening
Dancing, singing and comedy entertained a packed hall when the Scarecrow Variety Show took place at Stone Cross Memorial Hall on Friday 24th. The show was part of the Scarecrow Festival put together by Pevensey Villages Partnership, a community project set up to work for the future of the villages of Pevensey Bay, Pevensy, Westham and Stone Cross.
Diana Freedman’s dancers amazed the audience with energy, enchanted them with ballet, and entertained with their tap. A true variety of dance performed to please all tastes. The Haven Players amused with their short comedy play “Loitering With Intent” – with a wiggle or two of belly dancing ! Add singing from James Taylor, Jan Jenkinson. Sue Davis, Damien Goddard accompanied by Damien Castle, and organist Michael Johnson …. and hey presto this was a true variety show. Introduced by our resident scarecrow, otherwise known as Mr Beck ! The audience enjoyed a cuppa and cake in the interval. When asked if they would like another show they lifted the roof with their resounding cheers. So next year best be prepared to get your tickets early as its bound to be a sell out. A huge thank you to everyone involved including Sue Beck, Geoff on lighting and sound, and the Hall Committee for the use of the hall. Money raised will enable Pevensey Villages Partnership to move forward with projects for the good of the villages.