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Sandgate Issue 51 December 2016 This newsletter is compiled and edited by David Cowell who is totally responsible for content. If you do not wish to receive these newsletters please email UNSUBSCRIBE to him at david@davidcowell.net

from the editor, advertisers and contributors. Have a great time.


Sandgate Farmers' Market dates Just some of the groups that use the Chichester Hall on a regular basis (contact The Sentinel for details): Tai Chi Dance Pilates Tamalpa Table tennis Short mat bowls Sandgate Society monthly talks Sandgate Art Group

Rooms to hire in Sandgate

The Secret Drawing Club

Need to hire a hall? There's no need to look any further. Sandgate has a room to suit your needs. Chichester Memorial Hall

SANDGATE HERITAGE TRUST

Old Fire Station Reading Room

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Have you heard about The Reading Room Sandgate?

St Paul's Church Hall Tower Theatre

SANDGATE HERITAGE TRUST REG CHARITY NO. 287281

The Library Whether for a party, business meeting, music evening, club meeting or annual general meeting, Sandgate has a room for you with space to accommodate from 10 to 300. To see if there is one to suit your needs, do email the date (s) and number of attendees to david@davidcowell.net.

The Old Fire Station 51, Sandgate High Street Sandgate, Kent CT20 3AH

The Reading Room In The Old Fire Station Sandgate is a beautiful wood panelled room and is an ideal venue for small functions: Birthday Parties, small meetings, studio lighting & photography sessions, music practice, wakes etc. There is seating for a maximum

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of 30 people and there are folding tables for your use. There is a fully

01303 772873

equipped kitchen which includes crockery & cutlery settings and a

Mobile

combination microwave, tea urn, fridge, coffee machine & kettles.

07778773500

E-mail:

Please note there is NO WHEELCHAIR ACCESS. For more information please visit our newly designed website:

theoldfirestation369@gmail.com

Website www.theoldfirestationsandgate.co.uk

www.theoldfirestationsandgate.co.uk Or ring Mike Chalk 01303 772873 or Zoe Varian 01303 248114

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W. MARTIN LTD. PET & GARDEN SUPPLIES 73 Cheriton High St.Folkestone.CT19 4HE PET FOODS & ACCESSORIES HUTCHES & RUNS ALL GARDEN REQUIREMENTS Large range of wild bird foods Seeds, bulbs, compost & fertilizers Vegetable & flower plants Concrete ornaments For a great pet and garden shop near you give us a call today on: 01303 275 223 or email wmartin4@btconnect.com

Hythe Farmers’ Market takes place on the second and fourth Saturdays of the month from 10am until 1pm. In the Methodist Church Hall, Chapel Street, Hythe,

Parking is available nearby. For more information call (01303) 266118 or 268715

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Sandgate Farmers' Market 3rd December, 2016 10:00 to 12:30

Old Hall Farm

Catherine Jordan Cakes large and small cakes, seasonal fruit pies and tarts, scones, biscuits plus savouries

traditionally reared meat & sausages, rare breed lamb & pork and fresh eggs

Marsh Produce seasonal local fruit & veg Florrie's Jewellery Hand crafted jewellery wonderful inexpensive gifts new items each market

CAFE serving teas & coffees

Pauline's hand made toys Great gift ideas

BOOKS New books added at each Market Including win a car competition

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Old Hall Farm has provided the Sandgate Farmers' Market with high quality, traditionally reared meat, eggs and sausages almost since the beginning and now they are branching out into fruit and vegetables. You'll not find any oranges or bananas on the Marsh Produce stall as they will only sell what can be sourced locally - mainly in Kent but occasionally further afield. Please support this new initiative and help them build a product range that meets your needs.

Old Hall Farm

Marsh Produce seasonal local

Traditionally reared meat & sausages, rare breed lamb & pork

fruit & veg

Pre-order 01797 344430

Florrie's Jewellery

BOOKS

Hand crafted jewellery wonderful inexpensive gifts new items each market

New hardbacks, many are first editions, added at each Market

BOOKS

Pauline's hand made toys

New hardbacks, many are first editions, added at each Market

Great gift ideas 5


Nice Enough to Eat Flowers, plants and presents for the gardener Wonderful, original gifts for any time of the year

Including win a car competition

CHAMPAGNE BY THE SEA ALL YEAR ROUND Why wait for New Years or special occasions? We feel anytime is a good time for champagne!

Bar at the Hythe Imperial

Hythe Imperial Hotel, Princes Parade, Hythe, Kent CT21 6AE

Moet & Chandon, excellence from grape to glass. A seductive palette in every glass.

01303 267441

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To advertise in three The Sentinels with circa 2300 targetted readers and growing please email me at: david@davidcowell.net for a rate card. Thank you.

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No job too small Please call to discuss your needs

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www.aridzonaawnings.co.uk For the finest German engineered awnings and glass rooms Installed by a Kent based family company.

Call Sam Ruddle for a free survey on 0330 6600949

To advertise in three The Sentinels with circa 2300 targetted readers and growing please email me at: david@davidcowell.net for a rate card. Thank you. 12


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Did you know that... December is the twelfth and last month of the year in the Julian and Gregorian Calendars. It is the seventh and last month to have the length of 31 days. December got its name from the Latin word decem (meaning ten) because it was originally the tenth month of the year in the Roman

calendar, which began in March. The winter days following December were not included as part of any month. Later, the months of January and February were created out of the monthless period and added to the beginning of the calendar, but December retained its name. In the Western World the month is strongly associated with Christmas.

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New season programme of films

4th April 2017

6th December 2016 Whale Rider

Timbuktu

3rd January 2017

2nd May 2017

Manon des Sources 7th February 2017

The Salt of the Earth 6th June 2017

Pride

Tangerines

7th March 2017

4th July 2017

Raise the Red Lantern

O Brother Where Art Thou

Where The Tin Tabernacle, Portland Road, Hythe, CT 21 6FL. Parking in council car parks (including at Aldi) is free after 6 pm, and there are often spaces alongside the canal. Full disabled access. When 7.30 on the first Tuesday of the month, from October to July. Doors open 7.00. Entry ÂŁ5 on the door, or ÂŁ3 for Hythe Cinema Card holders.

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Re p e sc rfo he rm d u l an ed ce

Saturday, 25th February 2017 7:30pm St Leonard's Church, Hythe

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If you have any photographs of the area either current or past do send them to me by email and I will feature them in future editions. If you just have prints do drop them round to Clyme House (see below) and I will scan.

If you would like to submit an article or letter please email it to me. I will print almost anything as long as it’s not libellous, racist or unkind. Name must be supplied but can be withheld if requested. Please put your articles etc in plain text or Word and images should be in .jpg, .tiff or .png. My contact details are: Address: Clyme House, Hillside Street, Hythe, Kent CT21 5DJ Mobile: 07771 796 446 Landline: 020 3239 5828 (via Skype) email: david@davidcowell.net


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