April 2Footpaths Walk - meet at village hall car park 2.30pm sharp
4Parish Council - Hall - 7.30pm then planning committee
Soup Lunch -
Years of Toys and Play talk
- WI – Hall - 2pm
Fun with Faith – Church –
Craft & Chat – Church –
19Bob OgleyThe Great Storm and
how it affected my life
History Society – Village Hall – 7.40 for
8pm 22 Pre-school
Quiz night - Teston
Hall - 7.30pm
May 2Parish Council - Hall - 7.30pm then planning committee
Bluebell Walk - meet at hall
car park 2.30pm sharp
Concert – Church – 7.30pm
Plant Sale – Churchyard –
VILLAGE FETE Sunday 4 June at
Playing Fields Noon to 5pmLots of Fun for
Everyone Start teaching
your dog a new trick for the dog showLots of Stalls
old favourites and first-timersIf you would like
a stall there is just space for a few more
£10 for local village clubs/societies/commercial.
£15 for those outside Wateringbury
Served contact Mike 01622 812027
GARAGE SALE SATURDAY 29 APRIL
TO MONDAY 1 MAY – 9AM-5PM 2 HANBURY CLOSE Come along and
bag a bargain 20% of all sales
to Church Spire AppealDetails from
VILLAGE PEOPLE Please let us have your news
and tributes by 17 April for
our May magazine. Entries are free
Birthday Congratultions to Beaver’s
Leader Tudor Price for 2 April
Happy 70th Birthday to Bob Edmunds who will be celebrating on 5 April
Belated 70th Birthday greetings to Rev Alan Searle who celebrated on 28 March
RIP Denise Elisabeth Goodwin (known to many as Bett) died on 7
March 2017 after a short illness. Bett
was born on 21 January 1930 and is a former Wateringbury School Pupil and
resident having lived in the village since 1976. She set up Nettlestead
and Wateringbury play school in the 1970s and was also a childminder
in the village and she had seen many children grow up into adulthood. She
worked as a cleaner for Kent County Council at what was then West Malling Air
Station from September 1975 and remained cleaning there until September 2016,
26 years past her retirement date. Rostrum
extends condolences to all her family
Tracey Brydon-Brown who is a village brownie pack
leader and an ex paramedic, recently qualified as a first aid instructor. She would be very happy to run awareness courses on basic first aid,
recovery position, cpr etc free of charge for local people at a suitable village
venue for a donation to SADS UK
(sadsuk.org.uk registered charity number 1113681) who donate defibs to local
schools and preschools. Tracey would also be avaliable for more formal courses
in the future but her primary aims are to educate and give confidence to people
in the world of first aid and teaching life skills for the benefit of village
people. If any local groups or small
groups of parents/grandparents are
interested please contact
email@example.com or phone 07941147445
Well Done to Daisy Burrows
who had her very long hair cut
and donated a plait 30 centimetres (nearly 12”) long to the Little Princess
Trust. The charity seeks donations of
children’s hair to make into wigs so that children who have lost their hair can
have wigs which are made of real hair
LONDON MARATHON MAN SEEKS SPONSORS
I moved to the village a few months ago, and
I have been very impressed with, and pleased by, the community spirit of the
village! I walk and run around the area
a lot, and the number of friendly Hello's and chats with folk I'm meeting for
the first time is really humbling. I thought your readers might be
interested to know that I will be running the London Marathon in April, raising funds for the road safety charity
"Brake" and the Cystic Fibrosis Trust. My training is going well
(although I am far from athletic, this will be my fourth and final
marathon). Donations from readers would be much appreciated for my charities
and may be made at uk.virginmoneygiving.com/Colin.evans1
A FAMILY AFFAIR ART EXHIBITION
Three artists (Jane Guthrie, Thomas
Best-Shaw, and Lucy Best-Shaw) will be exhibiting their work in West Malling at
Belmont, 104 High Street, West Malling
(next door to The Five Pointed Star). on Saturdays, Sundays & Bank Holidays
(10am – 5pm) between 29th April - 29th May (or by special
arrangement). Jane is mother to Thomas
and Lucy, but paints under her maiden name. Thomas lives in Wateringbury, and
specialises in oil portraits and seascapes. He is always happy to show
his work by private arrangement (tel. 299713, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org),
and for a preview go to his website tbsart.co.uk. Do go along the exhibition - all welcome.
MARCH PARISH COUNCIL REPORT
opened with the Chairman extending a warm welcome to a new member of the Parish
Council, Keith Fisher, who has lived
in Wateringbury for many years. The
welcome return of David Marks to the
Parish Council was also announced.
congratulated Cllr Chris Talbert on his recent marriage to Janet Hall.
New 40mph advisory signs have been erected approaching the bend of the A26 Tonbridge Road near
to the junction of Pizien Well.
Unfortunately, one sign has already been damaged. Comments from residents would be welcomed as
it is felt that further improvements are needed to encourage motorists to
reduce their travelling speed on this bend.
Crimes reported during
December in the village amounted to eight:
2 violent crimes, 2 anti-social behaviour, 3 criminal damage and 1
Drayhorse Meadow - trees abutting the
building require trimming and this will then allow access for repairs to be
carried out to the roof. The stables
have been cleaned and painted and are in good order. Councillors should be present when the
stables are handed over to the new tenant.
The issue of
Parish Councillors attending planning
consent site meetings was discussed.
Councillors felt that often their knowledge of the local area could be
beneficial on these occasions but the current rules restrict them from offering
their comments. Procedures at the
present time only allow them to report to Parish Council meetings and then
comment on applications. The matter is
to be taken up with T&MBC.
the Speed Watch team made 529
observations of vehicles speeding through the village and this total will have
been added to the Kent Police Community Speed Watch database.
Arriva Bus Service 6 - Maidstone to Tunbridge Wells
via Wateringbury, East Peckham and Paddock Wood. completely revised from 2 April 2017. Service 6 will run only between Tunbridge Wells and East Peckham, with
some school-time buses to and from Maidstone. Five Oak Green will no longer be
served. Daytime frequency every thirty minutes. New Sunday service. New Service
66 will link East Peckham with Maidstone Hospital. See more at: https://www.arrivabus.co.uk/
public session a local resident volunteered his services to clean the village
signs. Unfortunately, due to insurance
cover restrictions this offer is unable to be accepted at the present
time. In view of future budget
cutbacks. The clerk is to investigate
extending insurance cover for volunteer activities which enhance village
Other items raised during the public session were:
Overgrown vegetation encroaching on the pavement of Bow Road between Leney Road and Phoenix
Drive. It is proving hazardous to
pedestrians and is a well-used school route.
It also restricts the view to drivers turning right out of Phoenix
The problem of litter deposited around the village.
Overgrown shrubs on
the Tonbridge Road are making it difficult for pedestrians. (All residents are requested to cut back
vegetation from their property boundaries to keep pavements clear)
A resident of
the village accompanied the Chairman to inspect various matters that need
addressing along Bow Road.
to Wateringbury" sign near the school has been missing for about 7
months. (The finger signpost at the
crossroads is also being repaired by the same company - the clerk will contact
The Park Road
sign in Pizien Well is missing.
The condition of
the zebra crossing near the school
is poor and road markings are faded. The
village school will be asking for support for a possible pelican crossing.
Residents in Old
Road who use the post box in the wall opposite the entrance to Old Road find crossing the A26 precarious.
Would it be possible to have another post
Planning Subject to
any comments/objections from neighbours the Parish Council had no objections to
the following applications: 2 Old Road - TM/17/00473/FL - First floor front/side extension,
demolition of conservatory and erection of a garden room, alterations to
elevations including rendering brickwork.
8 Warden Mill Close - TM/17/00479/FL - Single
storey rear addition and construction of porch.
Members of the public are welcome to attend the
next meeting in the village hall upper room on Tuesday 4 April at 7.30pm.
speaker for the next meeting on Wednesday
19 April is Bob Ogley whose talk
is entitled The Great Storm and how it
affected my life. Many of you will have heard Bob speak about various
subjects over the last 10 years or so and need no reminding of his ability to
deliver a good story in a relaxed manner. Do come along from 7.40 pm, the
talk beginning at 8pm, and join us for a cup of tea or coffee. Visitors
£3. Members free.
the 15 March Peter Batty gave us a talk on Maidstone, a town of firsts. Peter
made the talk thoroughly entertaining and imparted so much information about
the "firsts" in Maidstone including Napoleon's Will was written on
paper from Whatmans Paper Mill, Edith Cavell lived at 72 Bank Street, Maidstone
and Maidstone is the first town in the UK to have a dinosaur on its coat of
WATERINGBURY’S BLUE PLAQUES PROJECT
Local History Society is in consultation with some local residents and T &
M Planners to install a number of Blue Plaques on properties in the village to
share the stories of Wateringbury people whose lives have helped shape our
world. It is planned to have events in the village on 9 September – make a
note in your diary! Thanks go to the
property owners involved for their co-operation.
WATERINGBURY EXPLORER SCOUTS
would like to say a BIG THANK YOU to everybody who helped with our jumble sale
at the end of February whether they collected jumble, transported it, sorted
it, sold it, displayed posters, made cakes, prepared the hall or counted the
money, it was all very much appreciated. We would also like to say thank
you to everyone who generously donated so much jumble and to those who attended
and bought it, without which we would not have had such a huge success and a
super atmosphere. We are very lucky to live in such a supportive
community. By the way, we raised over £850 towards our Canada expedition
later this year! THANK YOU
Bee Saturdays 8 April and 20 May.
If you are interested in sewing,
knitting, crochet or embroidery do go along. Teston
Village Hall between 9am-noon, refreshments provided.
Small charge to hire of hall
details from 01622 812948
WATERINGBURY SCOUTS NEWS
youngest section, Beaver Scouts (6-8yrs)
have had sleepovers, toasted marshmallows, games in the dark and have even had
a famous motorcycle racer in to visit them!
continues to run an amazing programme and I honestly don’t know where all his
crazy ideas come from!
Beaver section does need a bit of help, nothing major, just someone who can
offer a few hours each month to give help give our young members amazing
adventures and the best opportunities we can offer, if you can help and make a
massive difference, email email@example.com
The Cub Scouts (8-10.5yrs),
well, where do I start?!
been to the beach for Summer Camp and had a campfire on the beach enjoyed their
own private outside cinema! They have been on hikes, climbing, abseiling,
shooting, archery and even had a go on the Fire Engine at Maidstone Fire
Our Scouts (10.5-14yrs)
had an amazing Summer with loads of activities including go-karting, shooting,
night hike, archery and jacob’s ladder. Our Scouts have a say in the programme,
so they last few months have been quite crazy...they’ve made their own
chocolate bars (and ate them!) had a pancake obstacle course and Winter Camp
with over 30 different activities to do!
The Explorer Scouts (14-18yrs)
are going to Canada in the summer so the last year have been all about
fundraising and making plans for Canada. A large number have also just
completed their Duke of Edinburgh Awards, a big achievement to add to their
future CV’s, Well done!!
you are interested in helping out, giving our young members the chance to do
the things most young people can only dream of and have a couple of hours to
spare each month during normal term times, we’d love to hear from you! You
don’t need to be super adventurous or a Bear Grylls look-a-like, we want people
who are happy to get involved and try new things, oh and have a great laugh and
fun along the way with the most amazing people in the world!
last but not least, It leaves me to say a MASSIVE thank-you to the leaders and
adults who already help us, your amazing and we love you to bits, your time and
energy means the world to me and our young members!
Keates Group Scout Leader Wateringbury Scout Group
FOOTPATHS GROUP NEXT WALKS Sunday 2 April meet at Village Hall at later time of 2.30pm for
a local woodland walk.
Sunday 7 May meet at Village Hall at
2.30pm for our annual bluebell walk in the local woods
March walk looked as though it may be a little damp! 15 minutes before, steady
rain was falling and 5 minutes before the start the rain stopped. Because of muddy conditions, it was decided
to take a different route. We went to the top of Canon Lane via Gransden
Path noting the new planted vines at Canon Court Farm. Crossing Canon Lane we followed the golf
course perimeter down to Wisteria Cottage then along Old Road and Millpond,
stopping to admire the good work the new owner has carried out on tidying it
up. Kevin Reynolds 01622813763
TESTON & WATERINGBURY PRE-SCHOOL
Our theme for term 5 is ‘People who help
us’ where we will be learning about all the people in our community who have
special jobs that benefit and help others.
We are again collecting Sainsburys vouchers this year and would welcome any of
your unused vouchers, just drop them in to the preschool.
A date to put in your diaries, we will be
hosting a quiz night in Teston Hall on
Saturday 22 April at 7.30pm in aid of Teston Preschool and our
chosen charity this year The Brain and Spine foundation. All are welcome, £10.00 per head including sausage
and chip supper. To book contact Tina on
WATERINGBURY WOMEN’S INSTITUTE
During our meeting in March, when we
do not have a speaker, the judging of our annual competitions took place. The Freda Robbins Plate, for six cupcakes,
was won by Diana Burbridge. The Flower
Cup, a Basket of Spring Flowers and the Hickman Cup, a decorated container and
lid, were judged by the members and were won by Margaret Andrews and Janet
Talbert respectively. We had a very
On the 13 April, Helen Allison is coming along to give her talk “100 years of Toys and Play”, when the
monthly competition is a childhood book, game or toy. Visitors very welcome, the meeting starts at
2pm at Wateringbury Village Hall.
For enquiries please contact Elizabeth, on 01622 812018, or firstname.lastname@example.org
NEWS APRIL 1917
April 6: United States declares
war on Germany.
April 9: Allied Artois and
Champagne offensive starts (Battle of Vimy Ridge
). April 16: French Nivelle Offensive starts.
The village had no war deaths in April. The news of the United States entry into the
war on 6th April, following Germany’s adoption of unrestricted
submarine warfare, was received across the nation with relief and, possibly, a
feeling of “about time too”. In
Wateringbury the senior classes of both the boys and girls schools attended a
service at the Church on 20th April. The Boys’ school log says the
service was “to celebrate the entry of America into the war” and the Girls’
school log says “in recognition of America joining the Allies to fight against
With so many men in the armed forces, inflationary
pressures on wages and salaries started and in Wateringbury we see the evidence
of this with the
Parish Clerk applying to the Council for an increase.
The council deferred a
decision but a few months later agreed to pay the Assistant Overseer a “war
bonus” of £10, to be paid in two instalments. The school cleaner, Mrs Weller,
had been given an additional 1s. a week for the duration of the war in the
The Board of Frederick Leney met regularly (in the village) and the
minutes now record more commercial matters than previously. Although profitability is not mentioned, it
is evident that the firm had not suffered financially from the government’s
attack on alcohol (shorter pub hours; weaker beer; higher duty etc.). A series
of substantial (£23,000 by the end of 1917- equivalent to over £1 million
today) investments start in Government War Bonds. Its direct taxes though, for
1916 of £31, seem modest.
Discussions with other brewers had taken place to
ensure that a new beer price to tenants and for retail were adopted. These were
announced on 4th April as 5d. (2 pence) for a pint of mild, and 8d
(3 pence) for a pint of ale or stout.
Starting in May, distribution would be by motor to pubs in the
Sittingbourne and Chatham areas, enabling a man, horse and dray to be dispensed
the country there was great fear of attack on civilians from the air by
Zeppelin or aircraft. In Wateringbury
this is reflected in the church accounts for the year ended 31st
March 1917 which include an insurance premium of over £7 for “aircraft”
insurance, the largest individual premium for that year. Bombing from Zeppelins
had started in 1915; aircraft bombing started in June 1917 when 162 people were
killed in London (including 18 school children at a Poplar primary school).
Leney Board did not get round to discussing the matter of aircraft insurance
until September 1917 when it decided to insure against “air raid” on its pubs
in the Chatham area This is surprising given that the related Leney company in Dover had been bombed
several times. Wateringbury did not actually suffer from the air in WW1, but it
is an ongoing theme to which we will return. Terry Bird
WATERINGBURY CE PRIMARY SCHOOL
As we march into
spring and the days grow warmer, school life naturally turns to the outdoors.
We welcomed eight students from Oakwood Grammar School on their Community
Volunteer Day. The boys cleared our pond and nature areas of the winter debris
(and many lost balls!). They worked enthusiastically and industriously and were
a real credit to their school. During the afternoon, the boys read with our
young readers and were excellent role models as they shared their enjoyment of
ur own Gardening Club and Year 2 Gardening School have been busy
planting 50 saplings in our ‘orchard’ at the bottom of the school field; the
children’s interest in digging and planting is wonderful to see.
A group of
eight Year 5 pupils participated in a 6-week Forest School project, led by a
parent trainee instructor, in a beautiful patch of woodland at Nettlestead
Place. We are fortunate, indeed, to be able to offer these experiences to our
children and we’re very grateful for the support of our community and
And to top it all off, we were awarded a £600 grant by Caterlink
for our bid to create a kitchen garden. Plans include a raised bed for each
class, composters, a water butt and fruit trees!We’ve enjoyed two
themed weeks this term with Book Week and Science Week both taking place in
Our English team chose the stunning children’s book The Lost Thing by
Shaun Tan and each class drew on different themes in the story to produce
written work and artwork. Our library was transformed into a ‘lost thing’
scrapyard for the children to build their own lost things to inspire their
Science Week concluded with our annual Science Fair which is now a
highlight of the year. Our young
scientists were able to explain their investigations and scientific knowledge
to parent visitors throughout the final afternoon and loved taking on the role
and expertise of scientists!
Year 5 will be
performing their version of A Midsummer Night’s Dream as part of their work in
English; the children have enjoyed a trip to the Globe theatre and a series of
drama workshops in preparation for their performance. They have written the
script themselves, drawing on their deep understanding of the play and its
Our term closes
with our Easter Service at 9:00 at St
John’s on 31st March, followed by an afternoon of Easter
activities and our annual Easter egg hunt which is organised by our parent
volunteer organisation, FOWPS.
new term starts Tuesday, 18th
April and it’s always a busy term with final preparations for the Year 6
SATs week. Our annual St George’s Day assembly will take place at the flagpole
two days early on 21st April which coincides fortuitously this year
with the birthday of Queen Elizabeth II.
We will also be hosting our annual
open air service with St John’s on Rogation Sunday on 21st May at
10:00, followed by games and a picnic. We wish you all a happy and peaceful
Crawford Usher – Headteacher www.wateringbury.kent.sch.uk
CHILDREN'S SOCIETY BOXES The total for this year’s collection was £415.79,
- an extract from The Children's Society
letter says " every year over £1.6m in loose change is gathered by a
multitude almost 120,000 collectors".
So a huge thank you for your continued support. Maria White
SIMPLY SOUP LUNCHES – LAST CHANCE
The last lunch this year is on Wednesday 5 April in the church from 12.15 to 1.30pm. This week
the charity for which donations are invited is the MS Society.
CHANGES TO BENEFICE CHURCH SERVICE
Following the arrival of our new vicar Rev Nick
Williams a review of services in the Benefice has taken place and some changes
made. Full details for the 3 churches
will be in May’s magazine. From the
beginning of May the pattern of services in Wateringbury will be: First
Sunday in Month 10am Holy
Sunday in Month 10am Morning
Praise/Matins Third Sunday in Month 8.30pm Prayer Book Communion
Sunday in Month 10am Holy
Sunday in Month Benefice Communion
AID WEEK 14-20 MAY - CAN YOU HELP?
Huge thanks to Gillian
Sessions and Cathy Killer for all the years of service in expertly
co-ordinating Christian Aid Week collections in Wateringbury. They have decided
it is now time to focus on other projects. Nevertheless, a house-to-house
collection is planned again for this year. If you are able to volunteer
to deliver and/or collect envelopes from a street in the village this would be
very helpful. Support and guidance is available for new volunteers. Please
contact Becky Bowie on 01622 813396 or email@example.com.
Sundays Cool sessions
continue in the vestry during the Sunday service on Easter Sunday (16 April)
and 23 April - all children welcome. From May, our sessions will change
slightly to fit with the new pattern of services - we will meet on the 1st and
4th Sundays of the month. Dates for May therefore are 7 and 28 May. Some of our
older members have graduated from Sundays Cool now that they are at secondary
school and have formed a monthly 'Secondary Division', also during the Sunday
service; next sessions are on the 2 April and 14 May and any secondary school
aged youngsters are welcome to come along and meet them!
CHURCHYARD PLANT SALE SATURDAY 27 MAY 10-4pm - great choice of plants for all
types of gardens
firstname.lastname@example.org The Vicarage, 2 The Grange
email@example.com East Malling ( 01732 843282
Brothers and Sisters in
My comments in this issue
of your parish magazine are broadly the same as those in the ‘Beneficial News’
which I know many of you read, this is for one straightforward reason. The main
subject I’m going to talk about needs to come to the attention not only of
active members of our worshipping community in Wateringbury, Teston and East
Malling but also the readers of the various parish magazines who may not attend
any of our churches, but who like to know what’s going on and like to offer
their views on those events.
As you may be aware we
have been carrying out a consultation on a new service pattern for some time
now. This consultation is now closed but
I would like to thank those of you who made constructive comments as to how
this might be achieved, they have been read with interest by all those involved
in the process. The new service pattern comes into use on Sunday 7 May 2017.
It is by no means perfect, but it is the
best of a job that is in reality much more difficult than it appears on the
surface. For most people who worship at Wateringbury and East Malling there are
some slight changes, there are however no changes at Teston. You will be able to find copies of the full
service pattern on your Church notice boards but as I said there aren’t too
many changes to get used to.
The new pattern allows me
as Vicar of all three Churches to regularly and predictably be with you for
services in the course of the month, something I am looking forward to, in addition
if we are lucky enough to gain any additional ‘staff’ clergy (which is
unlikely) then it will become possible for me to attend even more services
across the benefice.
On Sunday 7 May the days
services across all three churches look like this: 8.30am - Holy Communion
(BCP said) - East Malling
9.45am - Non Eucharistic
family service - East Malling 9.45am - Children’s Church
- Teston 10.00am - Holy Communion
(Common Worship sung) - Wateringbury
For other weeks please see
the church notice boards.
Special services, like
Christmas and Easter are not included this pattern as I will endeavour to
arrange additional clergy cover so if necessary a Eucharist can be held in all
three Churches but we’ll deal with those things as they arrive.
Easter is traditionally a
time of rebirth and renewal and Pentecost a time when we particularly look to
the action of the Holy Spirit in our lives. I hope and pray that this new service pattern
will herald a time of spiritual rebirth and reinvigoration for all of us. Rev
COFFEE, CRAFT AND CHAT
will meet on Wednesdays 5 and 19 April
between 10.30-12.30 in the church.
Do join us for homemade cake and coffee and optional knitting,
crocheting, etc. Our Coffee Ladies are kindly making items
for us to take to Wateringbury fete , every thing is made with much love and
care. Every body is welcome to come along , a warm welcome awaits you . More details from 814673.
JOHN THE BAPTIST CHURCH – SPIRE UPDATE
can hardly fail to be aware that the wooden shingles on our lovely church spire
now need to be replaced. This is just a
brief update to keep you in the picture.
We are delighted and very grateful to have received a pledge of “up to
£15,000” towards this work from The Rochester Bridge Trust.
YOU to everyone who has already given, and ways in which you can support us may
be found on our website – www.wateringburychurch.org.uk –
follow the link through our SOS
page; also via The Friends of Wateringbury Church website: www.fowc.org.uk.
We are still some way short of our target,
but with your help we are confident we can achieve our goal in the near future.
Calling all Primary school aged children in
Wateringbury...join us in celebrating the Easter Story A morning
filled with fun, songs and craft activities on Saturday 15 April
£2 per child
and starting 9.30am until 12.30pm at
older siblings helpers always welcome
essential because of numbers
See www.wateringburychurch.org.ukfor form
contact Debbie on 01622 814793.
INNOMINATA CONCERT IN WATERINGBURY CHURCHSATURDAY 13 MAY 7 FOR
Tickets from Post Office or Handy Stores
£7.50 accompanied children free
- 9am in East Malling Church –
Pilsdon Community, 27 Water Lane, West Malling - Rev
Viv Ashworth invites you to the Barn Chapel to join members of the community
for a Eucharist Service every Wednesday at noon and 6pm on Sundays
For Baptisms, weddings, funerals and other
arrangements please contact
Vicar Rev Nick Williams on 01732 843282 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For all other enquiries, please contact the
Administrator on 01622 815218 or
SERVICES AND EVENTS IN HOLY WEEK Monday 10
to Saturday 15 April Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday - 7pm - Compline - East Malling
Wednesday - 8pm - Agapè Meal - Teston
- 8pm - Holy Communion, Foot washing and Vigil - East Malling
Good Friday 10am - At the Foot of the
Cross - Teston
1pm - Stations of the Cross
- East Malling
2pm - Silent Devotions -
2pm - An Hour at the Cross - Wateringbury
2.30pm - Solemn Liturgy -
Saturday Easter Fun with
Faith – 9.30-12.30 Wateringbury 7.30pm -
Easter Vigil - East Malling
Wateringbury church the Easter Sunday Communion at 10am will be led by Canon
Brian Stevenson. He will also be with us on 23 April
The worship team at St John
the Baptist Church wish everyone
A Joyous Easter – Alleluia
He is Risen – He is Risen indeed