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M&FA newsletter July 2021

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Newsletter Archive

Wealden Press Release (February 2021)

Mayfield’s new Community & Health Centre forges ahead Work will shortly begin on progressing the architects’ brief for a new combined community hall and health centre at Mayfield. This follows the signing of an agreement between Mayfield and Five Ashes Parish Council and Wealden District Council as part of the redevelopment of the memorial hall…

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MCC April update

The project is now well underway with a joint Parish Council and Wealden District Council Sponsor Board having had its first quarterly meeting. The joint Project Management Team, which reports to the Sponsor Board, has already met a number of times together with a formal monthly review meeting. An architect has been appointed – Roberts…

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Gardening for Disabled Trust needs YOU!

We are looking for new committee members to help us distribute (financial) support to enable disabled people to continue to enjoy gardening. Typically, this would be awarding grants to purchase raised beds, adapt gardens to give wheelchair access or for special tools. We hold monthly meetings in the Kent/East Sussex border area to award the…

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Controversy over proposal to dig up remains of Mayfield School founder

The proposal to dig up the remains of the founder of Mayfield School, Mother Cornelia Connelly, is attracting strong criticism from many people, particularly former pupils who call themselves Old Cornelians in her memory. This article from The Tablet, the International Catholic News Weekly covers the story and highlights some of the strong views being…

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Spaces at Hospice in the Weald

With local hospitals such as Maidstone & Tunbridge Wells (MTW) NHS Trust at ‘breaking point’ according to the Medical Director of MTW, some of the critically ill in Kent and Sussex are being transferred to hospitals as far away as Plymouth and Bristol. In response, local charity Hospice in the Weald has made 14 private…

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