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ETCHINGHILL RESIDENTS' ASSOCIATION

Located In An
Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty

 

COVID-19 UPDATE



During the current lockdown, social activities involving social gathering are currently suspended

RESUMPTION  OF FILM NIGHTS


We are currently considering how and when we could resume Film Nights which are held in the village hall.

No final decision has been made as we are awaiting the outcome of the government's road map to exit the current pandemic lockdown. In addition, we are also awaiting a decision from the hall's trustees as to when they envisage re-opening and under what terms and conditions  


We believe that July is the earliest date we could reasonably expect to begin screening films again

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COMMUNITY MATTERS

A message from one of our residents

'I’m running some community conversations for English Heritage during lockdown - if anyone would like to join us with a cuppa and have a natter on topics of your choice please use link below

https://englishheritage.seetickets.com/venue/online/5108

Looking forward to seeing anyone you know who may enjoy a chat - it’s FREE!'

Regards


Mark

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FOR DETAILS OF OUR FORTHCOMING ST GEORGE'S DAY FUN QUIZ, BEING HELD VIA ZOOM ON 23 APRIL, PLEASE CLICK ON THE 'PROGRAMME OF EVENTS' TAB ABOVE

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Please stay safe and follow current government and NHS guidelines

 
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OUR SITE AT A GLANCE

A Distinct Identity

The Etchinghill Residents' Association knows that our strength lies not only in the words we stand by but, most importantly, through the actions of our initiatives. Back in 1982, our Non-Profit Organisation realised that by working together we could enhance the ambience of our hamlet to the benefit of its residents

 
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"Great things are done by a series of small things brought together"

Vincent van Gogh

 
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ACTIVITIES

Enhancing Community Spirit

 
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FILM NIGHTS

A Community Event

WE REGRET THAT FILM NIGHTS ARE CURRENTLY SUSPENDED DURING THE COVID-19 CRISIS


We show popular films on the 3rd Monday in every month, apart from Christmas. Entry is only £5 pp and includes a glass of wine, tea or coffee, biscuits and a free raffle ticket.

Residents and visitors alike are welcome; just register at the door if you aren't already a member

Contact Geraldine for more information gpmccombe49@gmail.com

SPECIAL OCCASIONS

Bringing People Together

BECAUSE OF CURRENT RESTRICTIONS ON PUBLIC GATHERINGS, OUR USUAL PROGRAMME OF FUND RAISING EVENTS HAS BEEN REDUCED

From the Queen's Jubilee to Royal Weddings and Christmas tree lighting-up celebrations with carol singing and music from the Shepway Brass Academy, we endeavour to gather residents together to enjoy themselves with friends and neighbours, old and new

Please click on the Programme of Events tab above for more information

VILLAGE HALL

A Great Venue For Weddings

PLEASE CONTACT THE DUTY MANAGER ON 07514 758936 FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT WHEN THE HALL WILL RE-OPEN AND TO MAKE BOOKINGS


The village hall is a registered charity no. 302736. It has the highest Hallmark 3 category award for its facilities, location and its high standard of maintenance and cleanliness. The hall is not part of the Residents' Association, although we work closely with the trustees for the benefit of the community and visitors. 

Please click on the Village Hall tab above for more information