With the clocks changing to British Summer Time and hopefully warmer weather to come why not make use of the wonderful public tennis courts off Church Lane.

You can pay and pick up the key from the Londis Store, Main Road but to ensure that a court will be available at the time that you want to play it's easy to register online and then to book a court using the following link:

https://fastcourts.com/clubs/westfieldtenniscourts

Update:

The event raised around £230 for the Scout Group.  Many thanks to everyone who supported this.

 

Duck Race poster 2019

 

The next meeting of the Westfield Parish Council is to be held on Wednesday 3 April in the usual venue of the Church Hall. The Planning meeting starts at 6.30pm and the General meeting at 7pm.

The agenda can be read on the following links: 

Planning agenda

Council meeting agenda

From 'The Observer' 8 March 2019

You may have noticed in 'The Observer' over the past couple of weeks news of the new community awards we are organising called The Best of 1066 Community Awards. Can think of anyone in your community who deserves to be recognised for their work and to nominate them? Categories are:

  • Local Hero Award
  • Carer of the Year Award
  • Young Achiever Award
  • Friend of the Environment
  • Volunteer of the Year Award
  • Overall Achiever of the Year 
  • Care for Animals Award
  • Business in the Community
  • Public Service Award
  • Special Recognition Award
  • Observer Achievement Award 
  • Best Community Organisation
  • Sporting Star Award
  • Best Fundraiser
  • Health Worker Award
  • Charity of the Year

You can find more information here and in the current newspapers.

Feel free to pass this news on to friends (TIP: that's the way to get yourself nominated!) as we are keen to ferret out as many of the hardworking heroes we know in our communities as we can. 

Many thanks

Colin Jenner

Commissioning Editor

Rye Observer and Battle Observer

07803 505793