Someone said to Pat on the telephone this morning "I suppose this is an off season". I feel like sending them a copy of the diary page of this newsletter. If this is an off season I shudder to think of what an on one will entail. This next month looks like being a busy one with five harvest festivals, two suppers and all the other events you will see down for October. Busy it will be but I hope happy. We will not only have an opportunity to worship but also to play. We will be joining with our Roman brothers and sisters in prayer for greater unity, we will be eating together and towards the end of the month welcoming candidates into full membership of the Church through Confirmation. Not a bad programme for the month. I ask as many of you as possible to support as many of these events as you can. Our villages came together for the Jubilee celebrations; let us carry on with this good work and continue to worship, work and play together.
God Bless you all, BILL HILL
This will be on October 2nd at 6.30 p.m. It will take the usual form of Evensong with harvest hymns, lessons, etc. Last year we had a packed church and we look forward to repeating a happy occasion. Last year was memorable for the pile of apples which slowly began to disintegrate and roll happily across the floor as well as a reference in the sermon to the blessing of rain which, addressed to a group who had been standing in six inches of water coping with hops was, to say the least, tactless.
This will also be on October 2nd but at 3 p.m. It will take the place of the usual Family Service which would have been on.October 9th. Please make a note of this. The Diary on the last page will itemise the services.
This year the Festival will be on October 9th at 6 p.m. It will take the form of 'a "Songs of Praise in which we will sing the well known and loved harvest hymns together with others which speak of the praise of God and His creation. People like the traditional hymns and last year we could only get in four. This year we will have many more for them to sing.
If you know anyone who is lonely or would be pleased to accept a harvest parcel could their name be mentioned to the Vicar before the 8th.
This will be on Friday October 7th at 7 p.m. in church. Normally as readers will know, the school holds its festival on a weekday morning. This year we are going to meet in church and we hope that by having an evening service more parents and others will be able to come along and join in.
The children are rehearsing (and in one case writing) their songs as well as preparing a mime based on the story of Ruth. Those of us who were at the St. Peter's pay service will need no encouragement-from me to attend. We look forward to a well-filled church and a happy evening.
The Mothers Union begins its new session on October 4th. As usual we start with a service in Lynsted Church followed by tea. From now onwards the time of meetings has been changed. Instead of meeting on Tuesday afternoon we now meet on Tuesday evenings at 7.30 p.m. This we hope will give others an opportunity of attending meetings. Meetings as a rule take place in the Vicarage unless a service is involved in which case we meet either in Lynsted or Norton Church.
Details of the year's programme and any other information from Mrs. B. Hodges.
NORTON: The Norton Harvest Supper will be in Norton Village Hall on Friday October 21st at 7.15 p.m. Proceeds to Church funds.
Admission tickets will be 75p each and those who come are asked to bring their own drinks to have with their meal - water will be supplied free: They are also asked to bring their own plate and cutlery.
Tickets may be had from Madge Snoad,
Lynette Tilton, Freda Wood or any member of the P.C.C. All are welcome, please come and make this another happy "get-together” in the hall and help to swell church funds.
LYNSTED & KINGSDOWN: This Harvest Supper will be held in the Black Lion on October 22nd at 8 p.m. Cost of tickets will be £1.25 each. All drinks will be available at normal prices. Tickets may be got from David Bage or Tim Matthews. Again please support the supper and make it an evening to remember.
Last year's party for Halowe'en was a success so the Hall Committee are arranging another this year. This will be on October the 30th in Norton Village Hall beginning at 8 p.m.
Details by word of mouth or from members of the Committee.
Following the break-in at Norton Church we hope that repairs will be carried out shortly. Mr. John Pettifer has suggested and started off a fund to bridge the gap between the insurance and the total value of the damage and theft as well as providing additional security for the church. We have already received a generous donation and we would be very pleased to receive others towards this.
On Thursday, October 13th at 8 p.m. the Roman Catholic congregation of Sittingbourne will be holding a Mass in Lynsted Church. The reason is to bring together the members of the Anglican and Roman parishes in prayer for the unity of the church.
The event has another significance as well. Lynsted was formerly the home of the Roper family, one of whom married Margaret the daughter of St. Thomas More. All through the troubled period which we call the Reformation the Roper family remained loyal to their old religion and were served by Jesuit priests. It is believed that Bumpit was once a priests house and similar claims have been made for Heathfield as well. A jesuit priest will be taking part in the service to mark this relationship.
Members of the usual congregation will take part and we hope that as many people as possible will join together in this service.
we are all struggling towards a closer union and it is our prayer that this celebration together will help towards a better under-standing of our Christian traditions and so will help the ideal of Christian Unity.
This service has the blessing of our Bishop and Archdeacon and we hope that for many of us it will be an inspiration. We normally meet socially; this will be an opportunity for us to worship together.
After the service there will be an opportunity to have a cup of tea together and meet in fellowship with one another. Please underline this in your diaries.
Once again the sun shone for the fete main¬taining the wonderful record since rain last fell on the proceedings in 1962. 530 people paid to come in and we made a record profit of about £650 which will go towards the upkeep of the church.
One of the pleasant features of the fete has always, been the involvement of all sections of the parish but this year the younger members, especially, were to the fore, not only helping but deciding upon & fully organising their part of the "action" - what prices to charge, what to give prizes for, collecting their prizes together, erecting and dismantling their stalls. Indeed the fete would have been a poorer show. without the "zoo", the "sand game" & other games, the "bric-a-brac" stall and pony rides.
All the usual stalls were there with more than a few new ones and all appeared to be doing a-roaring trade and although the entertainment the Invicta-Dog Training Club, Tug-of-War, Johnny Magoo - was the same as last year, its popularity seemed not to have waned.
In conjunction with a competition we learned that the 3 things from this year's fete people would most like to see again next year were teas, coconut shies & the -"White Elephant"
stall and that from past fetes they would like to see the return of a fancy dress parade, a dance in the evening and a treasure hunt. We were also given a few ideas we haven't used yet!
Our thanks, as ever, are due to all who helped: the makers, givers and collectors of things; the fetchers & carriers; the erectors and dis¬mantlers; those in the front line who served and stood and waited; those who entertained us; and of Course those who came and spent their money and made it all worthwhile.
The Bishop of Dover has agreed to hold a confirmation service at Norton on October 30th
at 10 a.m. We hope that there will be fifteen candidates from Norton, Lynsted and Kingsdown as well as a few from Teynham. Please give them your support and prayers. The confirmation will take place in the setting of Holy Communion.
This means that there will be no 11.30 service at Norton on that day. The usual Sung Eucharist at Lynsted will be cancelled and instead Holy Communion will be said at 8.30 a.m. This will enable any who would like to go across to Norton to take part in the service to do so. It would make a difference to the candidates if they had their friends around them.
The service should last about an hour or so and will be followed by a cup of tea, etc. in the Hall. This will give everyone a chance to meet the Bishop and to talk to their friends in the other parishes.
Norton Church is no over large and we suspect that there will be quite a crush. I am sure that people will not mind this and we expect a happy and friendly atmosphere even if it will be a little crowded:
This is the first confirmation service at Norton for many years and we hope that it will be a day to remember.
We congratulate Bill Johnson and Sheila Hales on their recent wedding in Lynsted Church. We wish them both happiness in the future.
A JUMBLE SALE in aid of Lynsted Church will be held in the Labour Hall at Teynham on Saturday October 22nd at 2 p.m. Offers of jumble please. Please ring the Vicarage if you want it collected or deliver it there
instead. HELPERS NEEDED PLEASE CONTACT EITHER BERYL SMITH OR THE VICAR.
The Society held a successful show on September 4th. ,There were some lovely things on display and it was well worth visiting. We. do recommend the society to all gardeners. Subscription very small - enjoyment much
The W.I. have decided to mark the Jubilee by planting a tree. This is to be sited in the extension to the graveyard. The exact spot has yet to be decided but it is planned to break up the long line by planting it in the
Series 2, Draw No. 2. Winners
£20 - Eric Lamb, Maidstone
£10 - Marjorie Easton.
£5 - Ken White,The "George”, Greenstreet.
Series 1, Balance Sheet
£100 - - - £1,000.00 Cheque to tower fund £500.00
Gifts £6.00 - - 20-Prizes 450.00
Bank Interest £8.76 Balance at bank £64.76
£1,014.76 - - - - -£1,014.76
Next Draw - October 22nd in the Black Lion
Last month we mentioned the discussion on the boundaries of Kingsdown and the difficulties involved. At its last meeting the Council decided to make an appraisal of the villages.
This appraisal would be made under three headings:-
1. How life has changed in the villages over the past twenty years.
2. What is it like now?
3. How should it develop in the future?
Mrs. Clinch and Mrs. Whittaker have been asked to produce a paper on these topics for discussion at the November meeting of the Council. We hope to give an account of this in our December issue. Such a study like this can be very valuable and perhaps other villages may decide to take up the idea.
Long addresses can be enlivened by a very simple game based on the gestures of the "preacher".
Arms raised above the head score six, a sweep of the arms four, one _arm raised gives one for a "no-ball" and arms outstretched one for a wide. On the other hand a wicket falls every time the finger is wagged:
Unfortunately, Bill has been scoring 0 for 0 in Lynsted and our hopes for an interesting game must depend on visiting preachers. Actually it works on politicians too.
In future Bill will preach with his hands in his pockets - Ed..
Notes of a meeting held at the Vicarage on Tuesday, 2oth September with Mr. B.S. Goldberg
in the chair.
1. Highway Matters
(a) The K.C.C. had examined the soakaway draining the lay-by in front of Lynchett House and The New Bothy. They did not advise rebuilding it in its present position opposite because of the trees. They were negotiating with the owner of the land adjacent to the houses for a new site for the soakaway. The Clerk (Mr. Vaughan) was asked to keep the pressure on the K.C.C.
(b) The K.C.C. also reported that the outlet pipe to the gully outside Anchor House had been found to be blocked with a rubber ring. It was hoped that its removal would solve the problem here.
2. Planning Matters The Council felt that there should be more liaison with Teynham Parish "Council regarding planning in Greenstreet which really affected both parishes whichever side it was on. Swale were prepared to consult us where they felt we were an "interested party".
3. Old Peoples' Bungalows The Council had heard from the District Council regarding their request for the provision of Old Peoples’ bungalows for the parish. They stated that they were unaware of any such demand and asked the Council for details. The Council strongly felt that there were many people who would like such bungalows if they were provided within the parish. Mrs. Godden and Mrs. Friday agreed to compile such a list and would be pleased to hear from anyone interested.
4. Bus Service The inadequacy of the bus service in Lynsted during term time was again raised. Many people including children were left stranded in the morning and many were walking to the main road to avoid being left. Mrs. Godden reported that nearly 50 children were using the bus and a 52-seater did not leave much room for other passengers even with standing, The Clerk was asked to press the bus company for either an additional bus in the mornings or for a special school bus.
5. Mobile Library It was reported that the K.C.C. were providing Lynsted with a mobile library service and it would shortly be available in the "school' lay-by" on Tuesdays.
6. Playing Fields There had been a heavy demand for football pitches this year and the K.E.C. had agreed to the use of Teynham School playing field for junior teams.
7. Use of Vicarage The members were very pleased with the comfort of the new venue for the meetings and-Mr. Bage was asked to agree with the Vicar a sum for the re-imbursement of his and asked next meeting was confirmed for the 15th November at the Vicarage.
We regret to report the death of Peggy Jardine, widow of the late Dr. Jardine who was in partnership in the period after the war with Dr. Wall whose death we reported last month.
2nd. Holy Communion. Kingsdown 9 a.m.
Sung Eucharist. Lynsted 10 a.m.
Mattins. Norton 11.30 a.m.
Harvest Festival. Kingsdown 3 p.m.
Harvest Festival. Norton 6.30 p.m.
4th. Mothers Union. Lynsted Church 7.30p.m.
5th. Norton P.C.C. 8 p.m.
6th. Confirmation Class. 7 p.m.
7th. Lynsted School Harvest Festival 7 p.m.
9th. Holy Communion. Norton 9 a.m.
Sung Eucharist. Lynsted 10 a.m.
Evensong. Kingsdown. 3 p.m.
Harvest Festival. Lynsted. 6 p.m.
13th.. Roman Catholic Mass. Lynsted Church 8p.m.
16th. Holy Communion. Lynsted. 8 a.m.
Sung Eucharist. Lynsted 10 a.m.
Holy Communion. Norton. 11.30 a.m.
Evensong. Kingsdown. 3 p.m.
18th. St. Luke. Holy Communion. Lynsted 9a.m. 20th. Confirmation Class. 7 p.m.
21st. Norton Harvest Supper. 7.15p.m. in Hall 22nd. Lynsted Jumble Sale. Labour Hall. 2 p.m.
Lynsted Harvest, Supper. Black Lion 8 p.m 23rd. Holy Communion. Norton 9 a.m.
Sung Eucharist. Lynsted 10 a.m. Evensong. Kingsdown 3 p.m.
Evensong. Norton. 6.30 p.m.
27th. Confirmation rehearsal 7 p.m.
28th. SS Simon & Jude. Holy Communion Lynsted, 9 a.m.
29th. Norton Halloween Party. Hall 8 p.m.
30th. Holy Communion. Lynsted 8.30 p.m. Confirmation. Norton 10 a.m. Evensong. Kingsdown 3 p.m.
A rumour based on a picture in the local paper that the vicar is going into the "rag trade" is to be discounted. He would have been useless anyway as observant readers will have noted he was offering a short size 10 to Miss Cathy Turner who is a six feet two inch.
Morning Service 11 a.m. Evening Service 7 p.m. (Summer), 6.30 p.m. (Winter)
CHURCH OF ENGLAND (Vicarage : Teynham 371)
ST. PETER & ST. PAUL, LYNSTED
Sung Eucharist 10 a.m. Holy Communion 8 a.m. (3rd Sun.)
ST. CATHERINE, KINGSDOWN
Holy Communion 9 a.m. (1st Sun.) Evensong 3 p.m. (except 1st Sun.)
ST. MARY, NORTON
Mattins 11.30 a.m. (1st Sun.) Holy Communion 9 a.m. (2nd and 4th Suns.) Holy Communion 11.30 a.m. (3rd Sun.) Evensong 6.30 p.m. (4th Sun.)
GREENSTREET 6.30 p.m.
FAVERSHAM 10.30 a.m., 6.30 p.m.
CHURCH OF THE SACRED HEART, 63 West Street, Sittingbourne. (Tel.: Sitt. 72619) Mass at 8 a.m., 9.30 a.m. and 11 a.m. (Labour Hall, Teynham) Mass at 9.45 p.m.
CHURCH OF OUR LADY OF MOUNT CARMEL, Tanner Street, Faversham. (Tel.: Faversham 2449)
Mass at 8 a.m., 10.30 a.m. and 6.30 p.m.
SALVATION ARMY, SITTINGBOURNE & TEYNHAM
Holiness 11 a.m. Praise 3 p.m. Salvation 6.45 p.m.
Junior Sunday School (Y.P. Hall) 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. (Teynham Labour Hall) 3 p.m.
British Legion, Teynham and Lynsted—Mr. K. Godden, 47 Station Road, Teynham
(Tel.: Greenstreet 445). Ladies' Section—Mrs. L. Rolls, 30 Station Road, Teynham.
Cricket Club, Norton—Mr. Nigel Bray, Greenacres Farm, Norton (Tel.: Teynham 328).
Cricket Club, Teynham and Lynsted—Mr. Eric Lawrence, 1 Orchard View, Teynham (Tel.: Teynham 245).
Darby and Joan Club, Teynham and Lynsted—Mrs. Cockcroft, 34 Cellar Hill, Lynsted.
Faversham Society (Membership Officer)—Mrs. Sheila Doak, Fleur de Lis, Preston Street, Faversham (Tel.: Faversham 4542).
Football Club, Norton—Mr. Roy Ongley, 16 Station Road, Teynham (Tel.: Greenstreet 432).
Football Club, Teynham and Lynsted—Mr. M. S. Gubbins, 121 Honeyball Walk, Teynham (Tel.: Greenstreet 473).
Football Club (Ladies'), Teynham Strikers—Miss Marlene Matson, 96 London Road, Teynham.
Horticultural Society, Teynham and Lynsted—Mrs. D. Ruck, 6 Station Road, Teynham.
Mothers' Union, Lynsted, Kingsdown and Norton—Mrs. B. L. Hodges, 208 London Road, Teynham.
Parish Council, Milstead and Kingsdown (Clerk)—Mr. Peter Coleman, Punetts, Milstead (Tel.: Milstead 275).
Parish Council, Lynsted (Clerk)—A. J. W. Vaughan, Bumpitt, Lynsted (Tel.: Teynham 610).
Parish Council, Norton (Clerk)—Mr. C. R. Oswald-Jones, 8 Fielding Street, Faversham (Tel.: Faversham 6298).
Parochial Church Council, Lynsted-with-Kingsdown—Mrs. Jean Waters, Orchard Cottage, Lynsted (Tel.: Teynham 306).
Parochial Church Council, Norton—Miss Margaret Moor, Wispen, Lewson Street (Tel.: Teynham 419).
Philatelic Society, Swale—Mr. R. F. Whitehead, 15 Oak Road, Murston, Sittingbourne.
Play Group, Lion Hall—Mrs. Mary Mathews, Murzuk, Lewson Street (Tel.: Teynham 606).
Play School, Labour Hall—Mrs. Joan Phelps, 49 Bradfield Avenue, Teynham (Tel.: 716).
Playing Fields Management Committee, Teynham and Lynsted—Mrs. C. M. McIlroy, 51 Honeyball Walk, Teynham (Tel.: Greenstreet 516).
Salvation Army—Major and Mrs. Gurr, 53 Gaze Hill Avenue, Sittingbourne.
Social Committee, Teynham and Lynsted—Mr. N. Parris, 16 Honeyball Walk, Teynham.
Sports Club, Norton—Mr. David Laslitt, Guinness Hop Farm, Norton (Tel.: Teynham 379).
Women's Institute, Greenstreet—Mrs. Lansdowne, The Gables, London Road, Teynham (Tel.: Teynham 204).
Women's Institute, Lynsted and Teynham—Mrs. B. L. Hodges, 208 London Road, Teynham.
Village Hall Committee, Norton—Mrs. McKillop, Little Russet, Norton (Tel.: Teynham 479).
Youth Club, Greenstreet Methodist—Mr. Bray, 50 Station Road, (Tel.: Teynham 308).
Buses, Local Offices
Court Street, Faversham (Tel.: Faversham 2548).
East Street, Sittingbourne (Tel.: Sittingbourne 23317).
Citizens Advice Bureaux
3 Berry Street, Sittingbourne (Tel.: Sittingbourne 73652). 15 Preston Street, Faversham (Tel.: Faversham 6996).
County Council Representative (East Swale)
Mrs. Nesham, Scarbutts Manor, Boughton (Tel.: Boughton 401). District Council Representatives
Kingsdown (with Bapchild, Tonge, Milstead and Rodmersham)-Mr. T. T. Holden, The Old Vicarage, Newnham (Tel.: Eastling 318).
Lynsted (with Doddington and Newnham) Mr. A. M. North, Crown House, Teynham (Tel.: Teynham 668).
Norton (with Buckland, Luddenham, Oare, Ospringe and Stone)-Mr. R. D. F. Harrison, 69 Colegates Close, Oare (Tel.: Faversham 3893).
Employment, Department of
(a) 3 Queen's Parade, East Street, Faversham, ME13 8AH (Tel.: Faversham 4891).
(b) Roman House, Roman Square, Sittingbourne, ME10 4BW (Tel.: Sittingbourne 24466).
Faversham (Tel.: Faversham 2348).
Sittingbourne (Tel.: Sittingbourne 23487).
Fire Officer (Teynham)-Mr. Kinsella, Bradford Avenue, Teynham. Emergencies 999.
Health and Social Security, Department of
(a) 41 Stone Street, Faversham (Tel.: Faversham 3388).
(b) Roman House, Roman Square, Sittingbourne, ME10 4BT (Tel.: Sittingbourne 24466).
Member of Parliament-Roger D. Moate, House of Commons, London, SW1A OAA.
Ombudsman (or Local Commissioner) for Swale District-The Baroness Serota, The Commission for Local Administration in England, 21 Queen Anne's Gate, London, SW1H 9BU (Tel.: 01-930 3333).
Church Road, Faversham (Tel.: Faversham 6639).
Central Avenue, Sittingbourne (Tel.: Sittingbourne 72121). Emergencies 999.
Lynsted (Tel.: Teynham 258). Teynham (Tel.: Teynham 252).
Teynham cannot now be contacted by telephone. Sittingbourne (Tel.: Sittingbourne) 23799). Faversham (Tel.: Faversham 2252).
Passenger train service information (Tel.: Canterbury 65151).
Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages, Faversham and Sittingbourne Sub-District
(a) Divisional County Offices, Avenue of Remembrance, Sittingbourne, ME10 4DD (Tel.: Sittingbourne 2392).
(b) 44 East Street, Faversham, ME13 8AT (Tel.: Faversham 2315). Samaritans
Information-Rev. V. Wright, 42 Ross Street, Rochester (Tel.: Medway 42222). Emergencies-Tel.: Medway 44846.
Lynsted County Primary. Headmaster-Mr. R. Harwood, School House, Lynsted (Tel.: Teynham 362).
Norton Church of England (Tel.: Teynham 244) Headmistress-Mrs. Parkes, 8 Roundel Close, Teynham (Tel.: Teynham 355).
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Auction Sales held every Wednesday at 11 a.m.
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Anything unusual always wanted, Probate Valuations and House Clearance Service
All enquiries 'phone Teynham 415 or Sittingbourne 70238
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LONDON ROAD, TEYNHAM
Tel.: Teynham 403
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Tel. Sitt. 23482, 23933, 70031
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Tel.: Sitt. 23933 Ex.1/70031 Ex.1
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