The Pembury Hub
Support is available at Pembury Baptist Church from Tuesday to Friday and from Sue Nuttall on Saturdays and Sundays.
The Pembury Hub
Welcome Back from David Doré on Vimeo.
Thank you to David Doré for sharing this video of the last post at the war memorial.
VE Day 2020 from David Doré on Vimeo.
Update: Please note that this event has now been cancelled.
Easter Week we are screening this 90 minute film. Both cast and crew were local people and the finished film was something of a triumph.
See the trailer here:
Many of you I’m sure will have seen the news about why the normal Christmas lights are not on the lamp posts this year.
Work is continuing to find a solution to this issue with meetings planned this coming week involving the Parish Council, Kent County Council(KCC) and our local County Councillor (Paul Barrington-King) They are all working hard to find a solution to the issue.
Other suggestions have been put forward as to how to bring the Christmas spirit to the village this year. People are being asked to consider putting lights in their gardens or on the front of their houses, making sure that it is safe to do so, of course.
In addition to the discussions about to take place with KCC, Cllr Louise Mills (Chair, Communications & Events Working Group of Pembury Parish Council) has set up a crowdfunding appeal to raise money to install a Christmas Tree on the village green.
The Pembury U3a Painting Group held their annual exhibition in the Baptist Church.
U3A Painting Exhibition 2019 from David Doré on Vimeo.
Pembury friends: The Food Larder will be in huge demand over the summer holidays.
There are children in our village who rely on free school meals for their only square meal of the day.
During these long six weeks some families struggle greatly to find the extra money needed to feed their children and, together with managing a few treats in the holidays and buying new school uniform, this can be an enormous strain.
The larder is quite empty at the moment so, if you are able to, please consider donating a tin or two over the next few weeks. Popular foods include tinned meatballs, pasta, tinned meat, rice etc.
Donations can dropped off direct to Pembury Baptist Church during office hours.
See the Pembury Larder on the Pembury Baptist Church website for full details.
Pembury Fitness is a friendly village business, which offers daytime and evening exercises classes for all ages and abilities in Pembury, including Pilates, Legs, Bums and Tums, Clubbercise and Zumba.
For more information about these fitness classes please contact Adele Clark on 07876 787869 or visit www.pemburyfitness.co.uk