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JUNE 2016 ISSUE 273 ESTABLISHED 1993 Published by Highland Printers • Unit 1, Church Farm, Church Street, • Seal • Kent TN15 0AT • Tel: 01732 762131 • Fax: 01732 763501 Mobile: 07850 806771 • Editor & Publisher: Julian Gilchrist • email: aerial tech A5


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On the above date, Church Road Seal will be closed between midday and 6pm to make way for a village street party. This is being held to celebrate the Queen's 90th birthday. All those living in the immediate area will have received letters from the Know Your Neighbours Group. We are requesting that if you normally park on Church Road, or will need to take your out through the road during this time, that you might consider moving to another area. This helps to create a better space for the occasion, and with a large volume of people in a small space on the day, will help to keep your vehicle safe from 'sticky fingerprints'! There will be more details regarding the event closer to the time, but meanwhile, for more details, please email marion.

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Seal CE Primary School Zambra Way, Seal, Sevenoaks Call today -You will receive a very warm welcome. 01732 762388 or email:

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An interesting array of classic cars will be on display once again at Otford Methodist Church on 18th June from 4.00pm to 7.00pm. This annual event includes cars from as early as 1904 up to recent exotic sports cars. Entry is free and refreshments available. For more information speak to Derek Baxter on 01959 523687

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Congratulations to Barbara Arnold

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I was so proud to be asked to go along to the parish council meeting today as they were giving a special award to Barbara Arnold. She is a lovely lady and I am proud to say she’s my friend! She is 95 years young and always happy to talk about all her experiences which include two Royal Garden Party’s and a Horse Guards Parade. She has lived in Seal all her life and has been involved in so much in the village including 65 years in the Women’s British Legion, Seal Church, Book Reading, Knitting , Over 60s and most recently an exercise class !! Not bad for her years, just hope I’m as active if I make it to her age. A great honour to a great lady !! Chris R

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A few months ago it was pointed out to me that possibly 12 cups of coffee and 10 cups of tea a day wasn’t terribly good for me. For some reason, I actually listened to this wise advice and have cut down to one of each a day. To fill in the gaps, I now drink herbal tea like nobody’s business. Last week at the supermarket one flavour was on half price, so I bought a box for my office stash. It was lovely, and by lunch time I’d had four mugs of the stuff. Over my fifth mug I thought I’d spend a few minutes finding out if there were any health benefits to this raspberry leaf tea, so I Googled. And it turned out that in the quantity I’d consumed, I had prepared my uterus for imminent labour. Hey ho, at least it tasted good, even if the health benefits weren’t going to be particular useful. A short while later, my tummy started gurgling. Not in a hungry way - it was more of a – and I apologise that we might be moving into the realms of too much information here – more of a need to get to the toilet pretty quickly way. This continued for most of the afternoon. I continued drinking the raspberry leaf tea as it was rather lovely. When I got home I thought to look raspberry leaf in my big herb book. Not only had I prepared my uterus for childbirth and, it turns out a number of other good things – were I about to bring a new life in the world – and drunk about 5 times more than was needed to achieve those results, but I had also drunk a few litres of something that is both a diuretic and laxative. It seems to me that raspberry leaf is pretty determined to get something out of your body one way or another. So be a little bit careful when doing the healthy thing. It definitely has its benefits. But it can also have slightly… um…unintended results too.


Activities in June - Picnic In The Park 12th June on the Common Field 1pm-3.30 Celebrating H M Queen Elizabeth's 90th Birthday (following the success of our Jubilee celebration) Potholes, Pigs and Paradise - Penny Harris 24th June St.Edith Hall - 7.30 Members free - non members £2.50 - refreshments Enquiries 01732 761772


The Over 60’s met in Seal Village Hall on May 14th. Our speaker gave us all the details of the Dial-a-Drive service. Leslie unable to come, family commitments. We then discussed the June 9th meeting and it was decided to cancel it and those members able can go and enjoy the Street Party in the village. Several members will not be able to be there. We will meet again on July 9th. The presentation at the Parish Council meeting was such a surprise. Could I personally add my thanks to neighbours, friends and my son who kept such a secret from me. I feel so honoured and cannot see I deserve it as I feel I cannot do as much as I want to. Thank you all.!! Barbara Arnold

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‘Good and outstanding teaching ensures that children make outstanding progress and are well cared for.’ Ofsted June 2014 Borough Green Primary has Reception Places Available Due to a greater number of places available than 4-year-olds in our area, Borough Green Primary has spaces for September 2016. Borough Green is a school set in extensive grounds in an area of outstanding beauty, a good Ofsted and complete wrap around care. To make an appointment to view the school and meet the staff please contact the school office on 01732 883459, or email:

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The Ryarsh Village Fete is taking place MaAndMy Girl.indd 1 15/11/2011 10:55:16 on Ryarsh Village Green, ME19 5LS, on Saturday 18th June from 1pm-5pm. Entry and parking are both free and there Featuring Doctors v Nurses v Everyone will be over 50 stalls and attractions Else - Admission £7 per person including live music, a herd of alpacas, Teams of up to 8 people, or just come along bungee trampoline, the Giant Balloon as an individual. Man, inflatable slide, hog roast, beer tent and much more of interest to all members Contact Margaret Robarts - Tel 01959 522853, of the family. Proceeds will go towards email the Parkinsons Disease Society, PhelanBring your own refreshments or visit the St McDermid Syndrome Foundation and the Edith Club bar next door. village hall. Peter Le Boutillier Organised by the Friends of Otford Medical Ryarsh Village Fete Organising Committee Practice to raise funds for 24 hour Blood 07768592086 Pressure Monitors.

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The Church of St Peter & St Paul, Seal Vicar: Revd. Anne Le Bas 01732 762955 Church Website: Follow us on twitter @sealpandp and Facebook - stpeterandpaulseal Worship during June 2016 5th 10 am Holy Communion and Sunday School 6.30 pm “Open Space” Compline 12th 10 am Holy Communion 6.30 pm Said Evensong 19th 10 am All Age Worship and Baptism: Summer Green 11.15 am Singing Starters music group for children 6.30 pm Breathing Space Holy Communion 26th PATRONAL FESTIVAL (St Peter & St Paul) 10 am All Age Communion 4 - 6pm Strawberry Tea in the Vicarage Garden 6.30 pm Said Evensong


Wednesdays at 10am Holy Communion (BCP) WEDNESDAY CHURCH at Seal Primary School at 3.45pm Every Wednesday during term-time. Short, informal worship for all ages. All are welcome - not just for those in Seal School! The church is normally open during the day – please drop in to enjoy the peace and quiet! Sunday School 1st Sundays during term time. Choir practises on Wednesdays in term time: 7.30pm (Adults and children.)

St Peter’s Church,

Fen Pond Road, Ightham Rector: Revd. Tim Hatwell 01732 886827 Regular Church Services at St Peter’s Ightham: BCP Holy Communion:   8.00 am (1 Sun.) Parish Communion: 10.00 am (except 1st Sun.) Family Service: 10.00 am (on 1st Sun.) Evensong:   6.00 pm (except 1st Sun.) Holy Communion: 6.00 pm (1st Wed.) & 10.00am (each Wed.) st

A WARM WELCOME is extended to everyone at all services. The church has wheelchair and pram access, and a Loop System to assist those with hearing aids. There are modern lavatory facilities. FAMILIES are very welcome. THE PARISH CHURCH OF ST LUKE, SEVENOAKS 30 Eardley Road, Sevenoaks, Kent, TN13 1XT


The Reverend Canon Mark Griffin 01732 452462 Associate Vicar The Reverend Anne Bourne 07512 734224 Churchwardens: Nicholas Donaldson - 01732 453478 Janet Bates - 01732 642352 Parish Office: Ruth Morris - 01732 743045 (10am- 2pm weekdays) Church Website: Sunday Worship: 8am Holy Communion (BCP) 10.15am Parish Eucharist (1st Sunday in the month - All Together Eucharist) 6.30pm Compline as announced

Junior Church meets in St Luke’s Hall at 10.15am and joins the regular congregation later in the service. Thursdays: 11am Holy Communion, followed by coffee Morning Prayer is normally said daily in church at 9.15am on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. Other Activities at St Luke’s: Tuesdays: Tiny Ones Together Service for babies and toddlers at 10.15am in the Parish Room in term time. There are small toys to enjoy as well as a story, prayers and a sing-along. Refreshments are served. Julian Group meets in Church at 2pm on Tuesdays Christian Meditation according to Julian of Norwich. Wednesdays: Lunchtime Recitals at 12.30pm for 30 minutes - admission free – tea and coffee served - bring your own sandwiches Thursdays – last in the month - St Luke’s Fellowship meets at 2.00pm in the Parish Room. Further details from the Parish Office - 01732 743045 or the website.

St Mary’s Kemsing

Rev. James Oakley 01732 762556 Parish Office 01732 761351 Office hours: Mon, Tues, Thurs and Fri 9.15 – 12.15, closed on Weds

Sundays in June

8.00 am Communion in Traditional Language 9.15 am Sung Communion (followed by coffee) 10.30 am Morning Service (coffee beforehand) 6.30 pm Evensong (5th starts at 6.15pm) Royal Celebration Service (12th) Evensong (19th) Songs of Praise (26th)

Families Families are welcome at all services; the 10.30 service is an all-age service on the first Sunday each month; other Sundays we have children’s groups. During The Week also see the weekly news sheet Wed 9.30am Holy Communion

Otford Methodist Church on the High Street near the library

We welcome you to our Worship and Activities


Vicar: Revd. Richard Worssam 01959 523185 Church Office: 01959 523185 or at Open weekday mornings 10.30 a.m.-12.30 p.m. Website: First Steps: For parents and carers of pre-school children. 9.30-11.30am on alternate Wednesdays during term time.   Contact: Najen Harris, 01959 522813 or Hazel Terry, 01959 523047 for details. Young People: Sunday Club (Sundays at 10.00 a.m.) Juniors (3-7s) - Middles (8-11s) - Seniors (12-14) YPF every Sunday in Church Centre, 6.30 pm - see website for details Sunday in Month 8am 10.00am FIRST Common Worship Church Family Holy Communion Worship SECOND Common Worship Holy Communion Holy Communion THIRD Common Worship Morning Worship Holy Communion FOURTH Book of Common Prayer Holy Communion Holy Communion FIFTH Common Worship Morning Worship Holy Communion

6.30pm Evensong No Evening Service Evensong No Evening Service No Evening Service

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Church Road, Stone Street JUNE 2016 5 Holy Communion (BCP) All-age Family Service

8:00 am 9:45 am


12 Confirmation at St Margaret’s Underriver 10:30 am

Also Junior Church & Creche

19 Family Communion (CW) 9:45 am

10.30am Worship Coffee to follow 6.30pm

Evening Worship

There are a range of services to suit everyone: Family Service   Holy Communion Praise Service   Wholeness & Healing Our Choir & Worship Band are regularly involved Activities for all ages First Steps (parents & pre-school children) Junior (10-12 years) & Senior (13+) Youth Clubs     Women’s Hour Men’s Breakfast Bible & Housefellowships Prayer Meeting Alpha Courses Please check specific details We are a happy welcoming Church worshipping God together and seeking to share His love with others

Please ring for more details Minister: Rev John Ritson 01959 928752

26 Matins (BCP) 9:45 am JULY 3 Holy Communion (BCP) 8:00 am All Age Family Service 9:45 am EVERY WEEK Tuesdays Morning Prayer

8:30 am

All ages are warmly welcomed to our services. For additional information: Vicar: Revd. Carol Kitchener Reader: Gretel Wakeham Church wardens: Ron Drury Rob Otto

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The Church of the Good Shepherd, Quarry Hill Road, Borough Green Website:

June 2016 5th 8.00am NO Holy Communion 10.00am Trinity 2 - Family Service 12th 8.00am Holy Communion 10.00am Trinity 3 - Parish Eucharist 19th 8.00am Holy Communion 10.00am Trinity 4 - Parish Eucharist 26th 8.00am NO Holy Communion 10.00am Trinity 5 - Parish Eucharist SUNDAY SCHOOL FOR ALL AGES: MINI-QUEST: for pre-school-aged children QUEST: from school age Please e-mail for times and info. OTHER EVENTS: CANDLE LIGHTING: 12.00pm every Sunday    Commemoration of WW1 MUMS AND TOTS: 10am on 15th June GAMES AFTERNOON: 2-4pm on 6th & 20th June HOUSE GROUP: 8pm on 8th and 22nd June SUMMER FAIR: 11am – 3pm on 25th June

‘Kent friendz’ is a local charity supporting children and adults with learning disabilities in the Sevenoaks and Tonbridge & Malling areas. We run clubs, holiday trips, support at home and in the community. We are looking for sessional hourly paid staff who can work weekdays, evenings or Saturdays. If you would like a rewarding part-time position, please phone Sharon on

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Get into gear with more free cycle rides

Residents and visitors wishing to have fun and get fit for free can now do so with cycle rides offered by Sevenoaks District Council. The Council has organised professionally led cycle rides which this year will take in Knole Park and Brands Hatch and are open to people of all abilities. Knole Park rides offer a gentle 90 minute ride at a slower pace with breaks and traffic-free paths in the stunning park. These rides are suitable for families with small children and are open to all ages and abilities. Brand's Hatch rides offer open rides on the world famous racing circuit. Riders can cycle at their own pace and there are opportunities for time trials. Trained cycling coach, Ollie Ireland, from Track ‘n’ Trail Biking, will lead and guide cyclists and the first ride takes place at the end of May. Cllr Michelle Lowe, the Council’s Cabinet Member for health, says: “These rides are a fun way to see the fabulous scenery across the District with friends and family, as well as enjoying some fresh air and improving health! We are thrilled to be able to offer these rides again, as they were extremely popular last summer.” “Cycling with others is not only great for physical health but it is also good for mental health. This is another way we use our open spaces for the general wellbeing of our residents” Rides are taking place as follows: Sun 26 June - Knole Park - 10.30am Sun 24 July - Knole Park - 10.30am Mon1 Aug. - Brand's Hatch - 10.30am & 2pm Wed 31 Aug - Brand's Hatch - 10.30am & 2pm Sun 11 September - Knole Park - 10.30am Sun 25 September - Knole Park - 10.30am All under 18s must be accompanied by an adult and cyclists must wear a helmet, arrive 15 minutes early and bring their own bike. Places must be booked in advance as numbers are limited. To reserve places ring 01732 227000 or email communities@ Visit www.sevenoaks. for more information. Riders will be asked to complete a short health questionnaire before setting off. Cyclists must be dressed accordingly. They should not wear open-toed shoes and gloves are recommended. Riders should bring water, money and a mobile phone. Road bikes are not suitable for the Knole rides.


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One of our favourite speakers Dr Ann Kneif returned to talk about the nine hall houses of Southfleet. The vicar had the best one of them all, she told us. Service, Repairs & MOT work It is most unusual to find so many hall houses in a small farming Unit G2, Chaucer Business Park, village but this was because of the rich soil and proximity to Watery Lane, Kemsing TN15 6HU the River Fleet, a tributary of the Thames. Farmers were said to be very respectable and opulent. There were more hall houses in Southfleet that anywhere in the locality. This started her interest The Good Garage Scheme Member in researching hall houses and the interest was further kindled when she was invited to follow Free Activities available at Kemsing Library the restoration of Church Cottages from the Coffee and Chat, Tuesday 10.30 - 11.30am: come along beginning to their completion. for refreshments with this friendly group, no need to Hall houses followed a pattern and with the help book. of diagrams from the Royal Commission of Historic IT Buddy, Tuesday 2.30-3.30 pm: Booking required. Monuments, our speaker explained clearly the Bounce and Rhyme Time, Wednesday 10.00-10.30am: main features. The timber framed hall with central musical activities to support children’s speech, language and communication skills, no need to book. fireplace came first in the fifteenth century with Storytime, Friday 2.30-3.00pm : come and join us for a separate kitchen outside the hall due to the fire a story read by one of our volunteers, no need to book. risk. The outside beams were plastered over until Our IT Buddy can assist with gaining basic digital skills, the sixteenth century when they were exposed. can promote access to online information, and can Later in the fifteenth century two wings were a support people in their next steps to becoming confident feature, one for the service and servants and the IT users. other for the lord and his family. The jettied upper Please ask Anne or Gwilym at Kemsing Library if you floor came into being following a tax on the land on would like to book a session. which the house stood. King or queen crown posts Tel 03000 41 31 31 held up the roof and side struts stopped the house moving. As Southfleet was under the jurisdiction of the church of St.Nicholas, six of the nine houses had church connections, now echoed in the names such as Church House, Chapter Farm and Church Cottages. Friary Court, built in 1323 by the rector Thomas Alkham was a double hall house faced with flint and having pointed arch windows, resembling the church. It was once a friary and the story goes that the house is haunted. The tale concerned Andy Forrester Lic Ac MBAcC philandering between a monk and nuns. There 8 Dippers Close, Kemsing TN15 6QD may have been a secret passage from Friary Court to The Limes, the house opposite. The ghost or of a nun has been seen as well as that of a nurse email: called Brown Lady, who was locked in the cellar and starved in 1874. Both The Limes and Church House were later renovated with Georgian brick fronts. Chapter Farm House was a hall house in the fifteenth century and up until recently had farm labourers in one wing and the farmer’s family in the other wing. The Black Lion public house caught fire twice in 1999 and 2009 and is no longer there but The Ship exists and The Wheatsheaf, although no longer a pub. We saw from the photographs that all these beautiful houses have been carefully restored. Our next talk in the autumn is on 13th September at 8pm when Richard Marsden will talk on Wealden Houses. V. Dussek rk

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As part of the National Garden Scheme’s “Gardens Open for Charity” we will be opening our gardens to the public on Sunday 12th June from 2pm – 5pm. Please come and share your love of plants, nature and the beautiful Kent countryside for an afternoon in our enchanting gardens. We have formal terraces, herbaceous and shrub borders, a productive kitchen and herb garden, lawns, rare trees and unparalleled views across the North Downs. Garden Tours at 2.30pm and 3.30pm. Afternoon teas & cakes for sale on Governors Green. Entrance: £5.00 for adults, £1.00 for children. St Clere Estate, Kemsing, Kent, TN15 6NL Tel: 01732 761309


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Following a poor April in terms of attendance, May started with the largest number of visitors we have had at the market (except for Christmas) for 3 years !! Why ? The weather was excellent, but so it was in April, yet there were many new faces.!! Our knive sharpening ‘Ninja Warrior’, Paul is working full stretch at every market. Last month he sharpened a scythe, mower blades, sheep shears as well as secatuers and household items. The biggest problem is simply remembering to bring them along to the market. After a slow start from the cool spring, growing and producing are now at full stretch. Remember that because you are buying locally and seasonally, pricing is likely to be competitive with the supermarkets and often cheaper so don’t fall for the idea that markets are an expensive luxury The vagaries of the weather are nowhere more in evidence than with the asparagus crop at this time of year. A cold start meant the season didn’t get going till mid May and picking will be finishing by the end of the month to allow the plants to generate growth for next year. Eat your local asparagus traditionally, steamed and served with melted butter, or brush with olive oil and griddle the spears on the barbecue until tender then scattered with shavings of a sharp hard cheese such as Lord of the Hundreds, or maybe Kentish Bluebell or tart fresh goat’s cheese crumbled over. Try the spears in soups, vegetable gratins or make into a perfect risotto paired with the first tender broad beans (freshly picked little pods can be enjoyed whole) and fresh green peas. I like to stir in a herb butter at the end of cooking once the grains are tender (just whiz butter up in a blender with a handful of mint, parsley, basil and chives). Other veg to look out for are crisp radishes, spring onions, spinach, and of course new potatoes. There are also early cucumbers, runner beans, spinach and courgettes, alongside all kinds of salad leaves now in season. It’s also the ideal time to plant out ‘ready to plant’ herbs and summer bedding plants. The long days and the warmth also herald the start of the great English soft fruit season with strawberries now appearing as the month progresses – one of the great advantages of local markets is the chance to try some of the finer flavoured varieties, rather than the more robust berries grown to withstand the rigours of the supermarket supply chain that may not have the same flavour. A cool start to the year has meant early strawberries might be slower to appear than last year but they will have benefited from a slower growing period for flavour. Ditto the finest local cherries (Kentish cherries are justifiably world famous), gooseberries and early raspberries. A favourite way to serve raspberries, cherries and strawberries is to crush them slightly, sprinkle with a little Kentish cherry brandy or Italian vin santo and sugar then leave to macerate for an hour. Serve spooned over vanilla ice cream. Spring lamb is now at its very finest now and a boned-out shoulder or leg is perfect on the barbecue or simply roasted and served with baby new potatoes and minted broad beans and peas. Look out for salt marsh lamb this month – perfect with buttered samphire. On the fish front it’s really has to be mackerel – bought silvery fresh from the market and cooked the same day to enjoy at its very


best. Try it the traditional way for the month – grilled and served with a tart gooseberry sauce. Also good this month are lobster, plaice, sardines and clams. If your visit to the market coincides with a sunny weekend, plan the perfect picnic. Fill your basket with locally made cheeses, pates, maybe a raised pie or Scotch egg. Then just add a loaf of artisan bread baked that day, some chutney or relish, a bag of cherries and maybe a punnet of strawberries and you are all set. A bottle or two of a local beer or chilled white wine and you have the makings of a feast…. Written by Mary Gwynn (Author of the ‘WI 100 years Cook Book’ and ‘The Busy Mums Cook Book’. available at the Farmers Market)

Green summer risotto

Taken from The Busy Mum’s Vegetarian Cookbook by Mary Gwynn Risottos are my idea of the perfect comfort food and so convenient as there is always the makings of one in the cupboard or veg drawer. I make risottos in all the colours of the rainbow, just by following the basic method and adding a vegetable. Pumpkin, aubergine and courgette are all favourites but this one is a particular favourite Prepare: 15 mins/Cook: 25 mins/Serves 4 - 6 • 450g prepared seasonal vegetables (such as small courgettes, podded peas, green beans, broad beans and asparagus tips) • 2 tbsp olive oil • 2 shallots, finely chopped • 2 cloves garlic, finely chopped • 350g arborio risotto rice • about 1.5 litres simmering vegetable stock from a cube • 100ml dry white wine • 50g butter • 50g fresh mixed herbs, such as flat-leaf parsley, basil, chives, tarragon, dill or chervil, finely chopped • 50g freshly grated Parmesan • salt and freshly ground black pepper 1. Cook the vegetables in simmering water for 2 – 3 minutes until almost tender then drain and plunge into iced water to cool. Drain thoroughly and set aside. Heat the oil in a heavy-based saucepan. Add the shallot and garlic and cook for about 3 minutes until softened. Add the rice and stir to coat in the oil. 2. Add a ladleful of stock and the white wine and simmer over a medium-low heat until the liquid is absorbed, stirring constantly. Continue adding stock, a few tablespoons at a time, stirring frequently, until all the stock is absorbed and the rice is tender and creamy but still with a slight bite. This should take about 20 minutes 3. While the rice is cooking, place the butter in a blender or food processor with the herbs and seasoning and process until well blended together. When the rice is tender, add the reserved vegetables and cook for another minute or two to heat through. Stir in the herb butter and Parmesan cheese and adjust the seasoning. Serve immediately.

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Come and try this simple yet fascinating game for free. Bowls provided, just wear flat soled shoes. All ages welcome. Phone Brian 01959 522969 or Jill 01732 454677 for details.


Church Road, Stone Street Village. - Attractive, well maintained traditional village hall, with well equipped kitchen, central heating and parking, Facilities for the disabled. Reasonable rates. Please call 01732 760552. See website: 9th Sevenoaks Seal Scout Group . Beavers, Cubs and Scouts Beavers 6 - 8 years Thursday 5:15 - 6:15; Cubs 8 - 10½ Thursday 6:15 - 7:30 Contact Nicky Harvey 01732 457118 or 07919 075470 Scouts 10 ½ - 14 Monday 6:30 - 8:30. Contact Group manager Chris McCann 07860 168768


Friendly, relaxed classes in Sevenoaks. Beginners welcome. Please contact Sharon Snowdon 01732 300527 for more information.

SEVENOAKS FRIENDSHIP CENTRE Are you looking for new friends and something different? We are a club for the more mature amongst us. Our activities consist of Ten Pin Bowling at Tunbridge Wells once a week, canasta which we play on a regular basis, Whist Drives, Scrabble - a couple of sessions per month, Darts, Dining Out and Theatre visits. If you are interested in anything and haven't played for a long time we can refresh or teach you. There are also monthly Rambles. We are a very lively group and are still looking for new members. Why don't you come along to one of our meetings on the first Thursday of every month at 7.30pm at the Community Centre, Otford Road. If you are interested call Angela Heron on 01732 351529 or Mo Haslam on 01732 761903 BEGINNERS BALLROOM & LATIN DANCE 8 WEEK COURSE At Walthamstow Hall Junior School, Sevenoaks starts Monday 21st March at 8pm for one hour each week. Cost is £62 per person. Next one September. To book a place please contact Carol on 01732 835304, email See website Children's classes start on Monday afternoons at the Otford Memorial Hall. Intermediate to Advanced Adult dancers on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings at Walthamstow Senior School.

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(adjacent Ightham Primary School in Oldbury Lane). We are taking bookings for September onwards - 22 months and up. Please contact Sue on 01732 882869


The Pavilion Squash Court is available for hire. Tokens to operate the court lights are available from Richlands Stores in Dynes Road and Best One Supermarket, West End, Kemsing. The cost of tokens is £6.50 for 45 minutes play. Court bookings can be made on the booking sheets inside the Pavilion. Full changing and shower facilities. For further information contact pavilion on 762865 KEMSING SHORT MAT BOWLS CLUB

Short Mat Bowls is played at the Sir Mark Collet Pavilion Tuesdays 2 - 5.00 pm and Wednesdays 7 - 10.00 pm We welcome new members of all ages. There's no limit! No previous experience necessary. Bowls are available. Please phone Ros Hitchings, 01959 523635 for more information

OTFORD BRIDGE CLUB The Club has moved its Friday Evening Duplicate Sessions to new premises at the Sevenoaks Community Centre, Cramptons Road, Bat & Ball, Sevenoaks. Play starts at 7-30pm and Guests or new Members are welcome. If you are interested to come along to the Club or wish to learn to play Bridge, please ring Jim Garlinge on 01732 667695.


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Come and join us every Thursday during school term times 9.30am - 11.30am Seal Church Hall, Church Road, Seal. We are a local group catering for children aged 0-4 years, together with their carers Mums, Dads, Childminders, Nannies, Grandparents etc., We provide an exciting range of activities and refreshments, tea, coffee and squash. We are a friendly group who are always welcoming to new members. The cost £1.50 per carer each week. For more information contact: Helen Davies on 07814 717636. IGHTHAM VILLAGE HALL, Sevenoaks Road, Ightham TN15 9HA

This large modern hall has disabled access, a large car park and a committee room. It has a Badminton Court, Stage, Gas Heating, Modern Kitchen with Fridge and Oven. Block bookings by negotiation. Special rates for Childrens Parties, Suitable for Weddings, Parties, Aerobics and Fund Raising for Charities. To hire this hall telephone 01732 780283 m: 07715 327885 email: ighthamvillagehall@gmail.comwebsite: KEMSING PAVILION TENNIS COURTS Public tennis courts for hire at the Mark Collett Pavilion. Yearly subscription - for full details contact Vicky Rutherford on 01959 524224 KEMSING PAVILION We have daytime and evening slots at theMark Collet Pavilion, Heaverham Rd, Kemsing for anyone interested in starting a fitness or instruction class. Large upstairs room and ample parking. Inquiries to Vicky Bishop 01732 762865.

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Ightham Mote is now fully open for the season and bluebells are already appearing on the estate. The Mote will be offering its usual packed family events programme – and a new exhibition, Nature and Art, will provide themed activities including watercolour workshops later in the summer.

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Exhibition ‘Nature & Art Reflections on Two Gentlemen Artists’ A display of works by two former notable Mote residents, naturalist Prideaux John Selby and Charles La Trobe, the first Lieutenant Governor of Victoria, Australia. Explore their lives and work in relation to Igtham Mote and its gardens. Looking ahead – Thursday 16th June – BBC Antiques Roadshow comes to the Mote. Visit the Roadshow website for more information. Friday 17th June – an author talk, in conjunction with Sevenoaks Bookshop, on ‘The Ferguson Gang’. A mysterious and eccentric group of 1920’s women anonymously fund-raise for the National Trust! Tickets from Sevenoaks Bookshop and include a glass of Prosecco!! Contact them on 01732 452055.

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