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Christmas Tree Light Switch on with Festive Music and Market
Rusthall Bonfire and Fete Committee have booked the main man himself (Father Christmas) to switch on the Christmas Tree Lights, outside the URC Hall in the High Street at 6pm on Friday 6th December, followed by music, warm nibbles (mince pies, mulled wine and hot chocolate) and a festive Christmas market in the St Paul's Church Centre.
Music to be performed by St Paul's School Choir, Rusthall Beavers and Tunbridge Wells Rock Choir.
Also announcing the winners of the Christmas window decorating competition. For the first year, a trophy will be awarded by the committee to the best dressed window in the High Street, look out for participants from the 26th November.
There will be a free supra-schedule film
screened this Friday 6th December at 7:30pm sponsored by Domestic Abuse Volunteer Support Services. The film is of a 1 hour play called Rattle Snake.
"Spine tingling and visceral,? Rattle Snake will literally take your breath away. An epic tale based on real life stories of women who have faced and survived coercive and controlling domestic abuse."
After the film there will be an opportunity to discuss matters and volunteer your services to this charity. Tickets, trailer, and info from
St. Paul's Church,
Rusthall, Services for Sunday 8.00 am Holy Communion
10.00 am Parish Eucharist with Baptism, 6.30 pm Evensong.
Church Centre 10.00 am Family Toy Service, 4.00 pm Taize Service
The United Reformed Church
in Manor Road has a service at 10 o’clock on Sunday.
Live Music at the Toad Rock Retreat
Tuesday 10 December 7 - 9pm
Fran McGillivray trio
This is a welcome return from this three piece band consisting of Fran on bass guitar and sultry blues vocals with Mike Burke on fingerpicking and slide guitar and backing vocals and Roger Nunn on djembe...Fran and Mike are part of the 'Saints & Sinners' act so you may have seen them earlier this year with the Spikedrivers. Here they perform their own brand of laid-back, jazzy blues...
here's a taster - youtu.be/CeYDIwSwBms
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Italian Pizza van on hand so you can eat while you listen.
Rusthall's next Free Hearing Aid Aftercare Clinic
is Friday 13th December from 10am To 11.30am At Rusthall Library.
No Appointment Needed – Free Of Charge. Information from 01622 691151 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Hi Kent, the local charity that supports people with a hearing loss in Kent, will be holding another of its free aftercare clinics for NHS hearing aid users. If you need help looking after your NHS hearing aid, please do come along to this free clinic where we can provide you with free batteries and clean and re-tube your aid to ensure that it works well for you. Advice is also available about Hi Kent’s extensive range of specialist equipment, our free assessment service for the over 65’s and our lipreading, sign language and deaf awareness classes and tinnitus support groups.
Burns Night Meal and Quiz
Our traditional Burns night quiz in running for its 6th year. We have both a traditional haggis meal or sausage and mash, all served with veg and gravy, before the amazing quiz and fun games.
£8.00 per persons including Meal and quiz entry, teams of 6 or let us know if you would like to join a team.
Bring your own drinks and a selection of puddings will be available to purchase on the night.
Saturday, January 25, 2020 at 7 PM
has had new opening hours from 30th September. Click HERE for details.
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RVA MEETING DATES
At the Rusthall Social Club in St Paul's Road
from 7.30 - 9.30pm
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