Winter Solstice Celebration – 21st Dec

Posted on 23 November 2022

Amanda Waring has agreed to lead a Solstice celebration at Coast Cafe on Weds. 21st December and we will be there from 5.30-8pm if any of you would like to join us during that time.

If you’d like to come, there will be a fire pit so please bring some wood to put on the fire if you can.

The ceremony will be at 6.30pm and last around 20 minutes. Coast will be open for people to purchase hot soup and a roll as well as drinks and light snacks from 5.30pm, and they have agreed to extend opening hours until 9pm if anyone wants to stick around for a while after the fire. We are hoping we might have a couple of surprises as well, but still trying to organise that.

We’ll post the event on the home page of our website and also on our Facebook group if you want to check anything on the day or just before. If the weather is really bad, it will still go ahead as we can be inside the cafe but may have to play how we do the ceremony a bit by ear if it’s raining hard.

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Great news. Whereabouts in Worthing will you be please?

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Can we bring a sewing machine that we own to be taught on that?

Dominique Holly Fullerton-McIntyre Thank you. Zx

Lydie Badcock

Noval Noval ^ see above comment xx

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