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Parish Magazine

The latest edition of the Wilmington parish magazine can be downloaded here.

Alfriston School and Berwick Church Swift Conservation Project 2017

For information about this fascinating project, please click here.

Matthew Jelf and Ian Richardson Piano Concert

3.30 pm on Sunday 28th January at The English Wine Centre, Berwick

Talented pianists Matthew Jelf and Ian Richardson will be giving a concert featuring the Capriol Suite by Peter Warlock, Ma Mère L'Oye (Mother Goose Suite) by Maurice Ravel, Fantasie in F Minor by Franz Schubert and Hungarian Dances - arranged for piano duet by Johannes Brahms. All welcome - Entrance is free - There will be a retiring collection in aid of Selmeston and Alciston churches.

Rust and Stardust Productions: The Green Children of Woolpit

3.30 pm Saturday 3rd February 2018 at Berwick Church

In the Suffolk village of Woolpit, two mysterious children with green-tinged skin are found by the wolf pits. Are they from a strange land? Are they fairy folk? Or are they simply - green? The Green Children of Woolpit is a Suffolk wonder tale found in various medieval chronicles, and never truly explained. Rust & Stardust's version is told with music, poetry and life-size green children puppets. (Lasts for 1 hour.)

Rust and Stardust is a Sussex-based puppet theatre company. Our work focuses on new writing, puppetry, animation and music. We're passionate about stories and storytelling, folklore and mythology, and all things homegrown and handmade.
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Prices are: Standard: £5.00 + booking fee* Family (Admits 4 - 2 adults and 2 children) £15.00 + booking fee* Extra child £2.50 + booking fee* for families with more than 2 children. (*A booking fee applies of £0.45 + 6% per ticket.)

Film Evening – St Mark’s Gospel

6.00 pm, Saturday 3rd February at Arlington Village Hall

For our five villages we are showing an acclaimed film of the Gospel of St Mark. It uses the Gospel text as its script, word for word. Informed by leading world experts' latest theological, historical and archaeological research on every aspect of life in first century Palestine, this is one of a ground-breaking multi-million pound film series that revolutionises the way we experience and understand the story of Jesus.

Based entirely on the unedited, unabridged New Testament Gospels, its dramatised action is accompanied by voice over narration by Rupert Penry-Jones. Filmed with authentic actors and settings, the perfect Holy Land backdrop. Winner of UK Christian Film Festival Awards 2015: Best Series and Best of British.

This a unique opportunity to hear the Gospel in its entirety and experience its impact. The Gospel has transformed people’s lives through the centuries and had a formative impact on Western Culture.

Popcorn and refreshments will be provided! Entry is free. If you would like to book a seat, please email Or just turn up on the evening.

Woodcarving Talk at Ladies Breakfast!

8.30 am on Saturday 24th February, at St. Luke's Church and Centre, Walmer Road, Seaford, BN25 3TH

At the Ladies Breakfast we will welcome Rev Frank Fox-Wilson to speak. His talk is entitled “The Art and Craft Of Woodcarving”. The breakfast starts at 8.30am and the cost is £5 per head, payable at the door. For catering purposes, please ring in advance to say you are coming - Tel: Jane Anderson on 01323 870075.