What is "Know Your Neighbours"?

"Know Your Neighbours" is a grass-roots community group in Seal, near Sevenoaks in Kent. The group is made up of anyone in the village who wants to get involved - individuals, clubs and societies, businesses, church and schools, parish council,and many others.
We organise local events through the year - fetes, street parties, Christmas events etc. - and we hold social gatherings, just so that people can get to "know their neighbours". There's no "committee" - anyone who turns up for meetings is welcome to help in any way they are able.
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO KNOW MORE, OR BE ADDED TO THE EMAIL LIST, contact Marion Gilchrist , who coordinates the group, or Anne Le Bas, who maintains this blog.

Friday, 20 September 2019

Seal Speedwatch, Scarecrows and Pampering


SEAL SPEEDWATCH!

Chris Tavaré has said "Having recently joined Seal Parish Council
I am setting up a Seal Speedwatch Group.
I am looking to put together a group of 7 or 8
to monitor vehicle speeds in and around Seal.
The purpose of the group as described on the
 Community Speedwatch website can be seen below. "
Responses can be emailed to Chris Tavaré on christavspc@btinternet.com


















If you have some time to spare, please contact Chris as soon as you can,
so that the project can get off the ground very soon.
We all know how speeding traffic affects this village,
so it is time we do our bit to keeping it in check.

It is great to see so many scarecrows rising from the depths this year.
We have lots of new people entering, which is always great,
but please remember to submit your fee and entry form
if you wish to be added to the trail map,
and judged on October 1st.
Forms are available on St Peter and St Paul Church website,
or at the back of the church. Julian also has some in Highland Printers.

Tickets are also on sale now, for the Harvest Lunch and Scarecrow Safari on October 6th.
Please contact me for tickets by using this e mail address.
A great harvest lunch of lasagne or shepherds' pie, garlic bread and salads,
followed by apple pie and ice cream.
Vegetarian/vegan options available., served in the Church Hall at 1pm,
after the Scarecrow Safari, which kicks off at the church lychgate at 11.30.
Tickets are £7.50 per adult, £3 per child or 2 of each family ticket for £20.

I also have details of many of the treatments on offer at our Pamper Evening
on October 24th at Lavender Fields.
These will be put out next week, but if you want info beforehand,
please contact me directly, and I will send on what I already have.
Book your tickets now by emailing me or calling 07909 905975.
Many Thanks All,
Marion.

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