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Singing for Breathing Fun Evening

On Saturday 26th September, 7.30pm to 10.00pm, we are holding a charity performance in Whitfield Village Hall. The choir will be singing a collection of songs and there will be a few guest performers. Please come along and support us. Tickets are £5 and include a hot drink and cake. There will also be a raffle on the night. For more information and ticket enquiries, please telephone 07710 410842 or 07981 892755. Or drop in to Whitfield Village Hall any Friday up to and including Friday 25th September between 12.45 and...

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Whitfiled Gardeners’ Society

Following the summer break our Autumn/ Winter meetings and events are: 14th September – May your Photography Blossom and Bloom –  an illustrated talk by Glyn Bareham Saturday 19th September – AUTUMN SHOW (2.30 – 4.30 pm) – Come along and enjoy the show, Admission free. Raffle and Refreshments. (For members wishing to exhibit full details of all the classes Flowers & Plants, Dahlias, Chrysanths, Vegetables, Fruit and Cookery and staging times etc are in your 2015 Programme) 12th October Annual General Meeting followed by Cheese and Wine and friendly chatter! 9th November A talk by Len Bernamont Head...

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Whitfield Village Hall

The hall has now been booked for regular activities on Tuesdays and Wednesdays Tuesdays, weekly at 8pm  and starting on 8th September,  new dancing classes Dance Dedication Wednesdays, weekly at 6pm, fitness classes Clubbercise If you are interested in these activities just turn up! The Main Hall is an ideal venue for private family parties and other functions and all facilities kitchen, PA system etc are available at no extra cost. The Small Hall is also ideal for smaller meetings and functions. There is easy access to both halls for wheelchair users and there is a toilet for the...

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Whitfield Evening WI – May to June 2015

This was our Resolution meeting, during which we discussed the motion: “Failure to Care – Assessment of Need in Long Term Care” The WI requests the government to ensure that health needs and social needs are assessed and funded together, rather than at the present, where health needs are funded by the NHS and social needs are funded by Social services. This results in a lack of continuity and many people not receiving appropriate care. We had a lively debate, but in the end it was decided to leave the vote to the discretion of our delegate at the...

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PCSO Report – May to July 2015

If you have any information regarding any incident please contact Kent police on 101. Burglary’s Monday 6th July a resident of Church Whitfield placed her purse on her bag in their kitchen. The following day the resident went to retrieve an item from the purse and discovered it missing. Nothing else was missing and there was no sign of forced entry. Guilford Avenue A resident went on holiday in June and on arrival home saw their shed door open and 2 electric strimmers had been stolen. Sunday 21st June 2015 a resident of Guilford Avenue was awoken at around 2am to a noise in the alleyway near their house. The resident discovered the lower bolt to the shed had been pulled off and two girls bikes and a tri-scooter were taken. Napchester Road 21st June 2015 A resident of Napchester Road reported to Kent Police that when the come down stairs in the morning they noticed some items have gone from the lounge. The French doors were shut but not locked and the curtains were still drawn across them. Dirt was left on the carpet in lounge, having been walked indoors. Cranleigh Drive June 2015 A resident of Cranleigh Drive called Kent Police reporting the rear door of her property had been damaged and it seemed there had been an attempted entry. There were no other signs of entry...

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