Armistice 1918 This event which took place at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month will be commemorated at a short open air service around the flag-pole at St George’s Chapel, on Friday 11 th November starting at 10.45 am. Rev, Alison Newman will lead the service and be assisted by clergy from other local churches…. Read more »
Come and join us at the Spitfire Café meet WW2 Veterans, Rodney Scrase D.F.C Spitfire Pilot 72 Squadron, Ted Molyneux 38 Squadron flew Wellington Bombers, Fergus Anckorn POW Burma Railways, Albert Bennett 155 Squadron who is 102 years old, Bob Denwood W/O Air Gunner on 547 Squadron coastal command. RAFFLE PRIZES, kindly donated by local businesses Sit in a Spitfire and Tour the… Read more »
Lunchtime Race Meet this Sunday at Blundells (previously Biggin Hill squash club). The first race starts at 1.30pm sharp. Entry is by ticket only. It is a bargain at £5 per person which includes a snack platter. Tickets are being sold at Blundells and Occasions Shop in Biggin Hill. It will be great fun.
In order for UK Power Networks to make a new electricity connection to a property it will be necessary to close Jail Lane, Biggin Hill to through traffic. The road will be closed close to the Charles Darwin School. The closure will be in place for two consecutive weekends starting at 07:00 on the Saturday of both weekends and re-opening… Read more »
SATURDAY 5th NOVEMBER 7.30pm St Mark’s Church Church Road Biggin Hill Tickets £10 to include glass of wine/juice and light refreshments (Students £5) from 01959 576093 and 01959 700815. Come along and hear the fantastic sound of ‘The Choir that Rocks!!’ Rock Choir Gigs, to mention just a few, include the NEC, Wembley Stadium, The O2, and recordings made at Abbey Road Studios… Read more »
Chairman’s Report 2015/16 The last year has been a good year for our Association, busy, with new things being started, New younger Members consolidating our Committee, bringing new fresh ideas and taking us forward. Our “Mission Statement” (to use modern terms) – “Working for the Community” has been as important to us through the year as it has been since… Read more »
What a brilliant Friday night we all had at the first wine club meeting held at Blundells. We had a great turn out for a first meeting and it was nice to meet lots of new faces in our community. The speaker (Phil owner of http://www.vinehorizons.co.uk) was incredibly knowledgeable about wine and shared many hints and tips throughout the tasting of 8… Read more »