Ulcombe Village Calendar – 2015

If you are holding a local event and would like to publicise it on this website please do contact the Parish Clerk, Liz McLaren either by email to ulcombepc@outlook.com or by phone to 07941 139962 

MARCH 

Friday 13th March – Clairvoyant Evening (Village Hall). Starting at 7.30pm (doors open at 7pm). Tickets £5 per person and a licensed bar and tea/coffee will be available. Please contact Mimi on 01622 843592 for tickets

Tuesday 17th March – Ulcombe History Society AGM (Village Hall) – 7.30pm. Guests always welcome. The AGM will be followed by a talk from Simon Elliott on "Kent during the Roman Occupation"

Sunday 22nd March – Hazel Bingham is taking part in the Marsden March to raise monies for the Royal Marsden Cancer charity. If you would like to sponsor her please visit her just giving page – www.justgiving.com/hazelbingham or text your pledge to 07799570098. 

APRIL

Good Friday 3rd April  – Litter Pick Up – meet at the Church Car park at 10am. High viz jackets and bin bags provided but please bring your own gloves.

Saturday 18th April – Quiz night including a hot supper (Village Hall) – bring your own drink and glasses. Starting at 7.30pm. Tickets £10 per person and can be obtained from Frances on 01622 843862 or Mimi on 01622 843592

Saturday 25th April – Len Valley Churches Mens Breakfast at the Dog and Bear, Lenham, 8.30am – with a speaker. To book a place ring The Reverend                                        Dick Venn on 01622 858195 or email to vicar@lvb.org.uk

MAY

Saturday 2nd May – Len Valley Churches Ladies Breakfast at The Dog and Bear, Lenham, 8.30am – with speakers. To book a place ring the Church office                                 on 01622 850604 or email churchoffice@lvb.org.uk

Tuesday 5th May –  Village Hall AGM – 7.30pm

Saturday 16th May – Ulcombe History Society – A musical evening at The Old Dairy

Saturday 30th May Len Valley Churches Mens Breakfast at the Dog and Bear, Lenham, 8.30am – with a speaker. To book a place ring The Reverend                                       Dick Venn on 01622 858195 or email to vicar@lvb.org.uk

JUNE

Tuesday 16th June – Ulcombe History Society (Village Hall) – Tony Farnham – The Sailing Barge in it's heyday

Saturday 27th June – Len Valley Churches Mens Breakfast at the Dog and Bear, Lenham, 8.30am – with a speaker. To book a place ring The Reverend                                        Dick Venn on 01622 858195 or email to vicar@lvb.org.uk

JULY

Friday 3rd-Sunday 5th July – Trip to Mediaeval France (Guedelon and Provins) with Ulcombe History Society – estimated cost of £220 per person. Some places still available. For further information and to book please contact John Moore on 01622 850384 or by email to jemoore7825@gmail.com

AUGUST

SEPTEMBER

Saturday 19th September – Ulcombe History Society – Day trip to Cambridge

Saturday 26th September  – Barn Dance starting at 7.30pm (Village Hall). Tickets limited and this event will sell out fast, so book NOW. Ring Frances on 01622 843862 or email to fran.crawford@yahoo.co.uk

Tuesday 29th September – Ulcombe History Society (Village Hall) – Toni Mount – Sex in the City of London in mediaeval times

OCTOBER

Tuesday 27th October – Ulcombe History Society (Village Hall) – Imogen Corrigan – The significance of Sutton Hoo

NOVEMBER

Saturday 7th November – Village Hall Quiz night – 7.30pm

Saturday 14th November –  Friends of Ulcombe Parish Church – Brass Band concert 7pm

Tuesday 24th November – Ulcombe History Society (Village Hall) – Ms Fraser-Hay- Wine, ships and pirates, the mediaeval trade with Gascony

 

DECEMBER

Monthly services for All Saints church, Ulcombe, are as follows:

1st Sunday – 10:30am for ¾ hour                  
Family Worship (begins with coffee) – Short service which aims to be family-friendly and inclusive, usually with some lively songs.

2nd Sunday & 4th Sunday  – 10.30am for 1 hour and 5 mins
Holy Communion (begins with coffee) – Sung holy communion from Common Worship usually with a choir.

3rd Sunday – 10.30am for 50 mins

Morning worship (from Common Worship / New Patterns of Worship) intended to be inclusive and relevant to all.

5th Sunday    When this occurs, it is a combined benefice service held at one of the 4 churches – please see the church website for details on http://www.achurchnearyou.com/ulcombe-all-saints/