School Choir-World Premiere Performance

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Children from Pevensey and Westham school will join Hailsham Choral Society to perform the world premiere performance of a piece of music written to celebrate the 800th anniversary of St Nicolas Church Pevensey. ‘The True Saint Nicolas’, by local writers
Ruth Kenward and Martin Neill, makes the connection between Father Christmas and Saint Nicolas, after whom the familiar Santa Claus was named.

This exciting new cantata will be performed as a part of a musical celebration of Saint Nicolas, and will serve to contrast with Haydn’s much older work ‘Missa Sancti Nicolai’ (‘Saint Nicolas Mass), which – despite its great age – was composed around 550 years after the church was built, underlining just how old St Nicolas Pevensey really is!

“We are really thrilled to have this world premiere performance taking place in our church, with its renowned wonderful acoustics,” said George Stephens, from the church’s fund raising committee. “The concert is just one of a whole series of fund-raising events during 2016 that will help preserve our very important historic building.”
Concert Tickets are £10 for adults, children £5

Contact George Stephens at 01424 216651, g.stephens45@btinternet.com,
or online www.wegottickets.com/event/352617

The concert is supported by Gaby Hardwicke, BPE Communications, 1066 Country,  Priory Court Hotel, Starshine Music, Carr Taylor Wines, Visick Cars, Pevensey Town Trust and Wealden District Council.

Year 3’s first Harvest

Year 3 were able to harvest the first salad of our allotment garden. The  radish are ready to be thinned out and we also planted some more seeds for a later crop. We used the leaves to start a compost heap to provide nourishment for the soil in the years to come. We also planted spring onions and spinach donated by Incredible Edible Pevensey and Westham, a local group which promotes sustainable growing and environmental issuesradish.jpg