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 ACT is organizing ahead of the May county council elections on Tuesday 25 April at Axminster Guildhall, from 7.30-9.00pm - doors open 7.00pm - chaired by Rev. Clive Sedgewick (rector atAx Minster Church), with candidates for the Axminster division's seat on Devon County Council.
The Axminster electoral division appears to include Uplyme, Smallridge, Musbury, Axmouth, Rouson Hawkchurch and Combpyne, so please let friends and contacts in those areas know of this too (feel free to forward this e-mail to them).
Please come along on the night, bring your friends, colleagues from work and voluntary groups, and send in or bring along your questions on services such as social care, education, the environment, transport, the local economy etc.
Questions can be submitted either in advance, with your name, before 5pm on Monday 24 April, to axminsterchurches@gmail.com or to ACT, c/o Pippins Community Centre, Lyme Road, Axminster EX13 5AZ, or in writing on the evening between 7pm and 7.15pm.  (Questioners will need to be present on the evening).

 Events in May
Thursday May 4th
Coffee morning Minster Church Room
Thursday May 4th
Friday 5th May Filling Station: Speaker -Chris Woodman , from Lyme Regis Baptist Church,
followed by refreshments and prayer ministry – at The Guildhall
Thursday May 4th
1st Lunchtime concert of the season at The Minster 12.30 p.m.
Sunday 7th Upper Room – Rev’d Jonathan Froggatt – refreshments 3.45, followed by meeting at
4 p.m. - Methodists
Monday 8th Reflections Group - 7.30pm - Beacon
Tuesday 9th CREATE Craft Group - 10.00am – Beacon
Thursday 11th Messy Sparklers for all 0 – 4 year olds 10.30am – 12.30pm inc. Lunch - Beacon
Saturday 13th SCRABBLE Club @ 2.00pm – Beacon
Tuesday 16th Coffee at 10.30am, then Contact Lunch for Seniors - 12.30pm - Beacon
Saturday 20th Christian Concern Meeting, open to all @ 10.00am ‘State of our Nation’.
Speaker: Andrea Williams - Beacon
Sunday 21st Rogation Sunday Service at a local Kilmington farm @ 3.00pm
Monday 22nd Reflections Group - 7.30pm – Beacon
Sunday 28th L.I.F.E. Film Evening @ 6.00pm – Beacon
(Please note that Becky Lovatt, Methodist Deacon, will be on sabbatical from May to July, spending time with family and writing a book.  Also Linda Chester is no longer Methodit Minister)
June and beyond
Sunday 4th Axminster Churches Together - Pentecost Picnic, Prayer and Praise
At Weycroft Hall, Weycroft, Axminster, EX13 7LL at 3.30 - 6.30pm
For everyone praying for, worshipping and fellowshipping in Axminster and the Axe Valley
All ages very welcome
Picnic 3.30-4.30, Prayer and Praise 5-6pm.
Bring your own picnic, picnic chairs and washing up gloves!
Tea, coffee and squash will be provided
Plenty of parking but car share where possible
Friday 9th AXMINSTER TOGETHER DAY in Guildhall - Contact Kay D’Albertanson
Saturday 10th Community Festival Day at Millwey Rise - Contact Kay 07901 906988
Thursday 22nd Feast of St John the Baptist - Annual Glove Ceremony - The Minster
Regular Meetings
Spectrum Youth Club every Tuesday evening in Term Time @ 7.15pm -Beacon
Toddlers and Tinies Group every Wednesday morning in Term Time @ 9.15am - Beacon
Lunchtime Concerts Thursdays from May to October - Minster
Friday Prayer Focus – every Friday morning @ 11.00am – Beacon
‘Little Pips’Baby and Toddler Group every Friday from 1.30-3.30 pm at Pippins
Pippins Upper Room First Sunday each month – 4 p.m. - Methodist
Purzebrook Chapel- hold the following Meetings.
   Mondays(though occasionally other days) 8pm Home group/bible study.
   Tuesdays 10am til 12 noon Coffee Mornings.
    Thursdays 11am til 12 noon Prayer Time PLUS 4.30pm til 6pm Craft Club during school term tme. 
Quakers Lyme Meeting. 5th Sundays Meeting for Worship plus Shared Lunch. All Welcome.
                                       2nd Monday evenings (at Charmouth Library) Eldership & Oversight incl enquirers evening 7.30 til 9pm
                                       Regular Meetings for Worship on Sundays from 10am at Uplyme Village Hall. www.lymequakers.co.uk 

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