Eastry Community

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Eastry House

This is a residential home for Adults with learning difficulties and is very much part of the life of the community and the church. Clients from Eastry House regularly attend services and always enjoy the social scene at the church, particularly Harvest Supper and the fellowship after services, when coffee and biscuits are enjoyed.
CornersThe popular Play-scheme run by volunteers throughout the Benefice and which is based at Northbourne Parish Hall.

Eastry Local Interests Group

Meets on alternate months in the Church Hall at 7.30pm on the 4th Wednesday. The group focuses on  topics of local interest, including , local history, military history, and the wildlife.  Contact 01304 611400

Eastry & District Open Group

Meet on the 3rd Monday of the month in the Church Hall at 7.30pm.  There are talks on a wide variety of topics

WI

Meet first Wednesday of the month in the Village Hall  at 7.30pm
Contact Ann Fordham, President, 01304 619519

Village Hall

Available for hire: Booking Clerk 01304 614054

Parish Council

The church and the council have a good, close working relationship, and the Parish Council is responsible for the maintenance of the closed Churchyard and Cemetery.

Church Fete & Flower Festival

 Our church fete is renowned far and wide for its sense of community and fellowship, with good quality stalls and games etc.  The fete takes place each year in July and the flower festival is bi-annual, again a most popular event.  Look out for the signs, they are events not to be missed!

Eastry Village News

 "Eastry Village News"  is now a bimonthly church/village magazine, which was launched at the end of March 2005.  It covers news both from organisations within the village as well as carrying church news and contact numbers.  Advertisers have been invited to contribute to the magazine, which is free and is delivered to every house in the village.  The Editor is Brian Manton who can be reached on 01304 612572 (email:evneditor@gmail.com)