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The history of Scaynes Hill has been under the spotlight recently. In October Jenny Walker gave a very well attended illustrated talk to the WI covering the last 150 years. We have also received memories and photos of the village from the Gower family who lived here for about 90 years. If you are interested in the earlier history Martin King has made a short video covering the Saxon/Norman period.
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Scaynes Hill Cricket Club established in 1905 is a thriving village sports club, promotes an active and ...
Posted 02 May
The Scaynes Hill Women's Institute was founded on April 19th 1917 - one of the first in England. Its object was ..
Posted 22 Jun
Wed 6th Dec @ 18:30 - 19:30
Community Choir rehearsal in the school. New members welcome.
Tue 5th Dec @ 20:00
Quiz Night at the Sloop Inn - £2 entry fee for an evening of testing questions and some fun.
Sun 3rd Dec @ 10:00 - 12:00
Household & Garden waste collection at the North end of the Common
Sun 3rd Dec @ 17:00
Lighting of the Christmas Tree & Carols outside the Church followed by mulled wine and mince pies in the Annexe
Wed 13th Dec @ 14:00
WI Christmas Lunch in Millennium Village Centre
Sun 17th Dec @ 18:00
Carol Service in the Church by candlelight followed by mulled wine & mince pies in the Annexe
Mon 25th Dec
Mon 8th Jan @ 20:00
LRPC meeting in King Edward hall, Lindfield
Sat 13th Jan @ 19:30 - 23:00
Barn Dance in Millennium Centre incl. Fish & Chip supper. Adults £14.50, under 13s £7. Tickets from Dianne 831676
Three generations of the Gower family lived in Scaynes Hill for a period of about 90 years ...
Posted 02 Dec