All events are cancelled at the moment but the Gardening Club are holding monthly Zoom meetings and the next is at 7.30pm on 14 May.
They have also set up a Whatsapp group to share ideas and photos etc between meetings.
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We may have missed the Cow Hunt this year but the pupils who are in school have decorated the railing outside school with some cow caricatures.
If you are able to take your exercise past the school please go and see them.  They may be complemented by VE day bunting.

With love and peace
Reverend John

Firstly, I hope that everyone is keeping well. We are now into our fifth week of lockdown. Most people in Amberley appear to be managing well as, across the village, good neighbours abound. The main request for volunteers is to collect prescriptions. There is a free NHS prescription delivery service run by Lloyds Pharmacy and also by

Firstly, I hope that everyone is keeping well. The lockdown continues. If you think that your neighbours are struggling with enforced solitude, please give them a call. Some of the volunteers have offered to call people so if you think there is someone who would like a chat with a new person, let me know on 876173.

There are still a few pupils at Amberley school (children of key workers), even during the school holidays. In the week before Easter they made this collage which is hung on the church railings. The pupils wanted to share this with people who are self-isolating.