As the Coronavirus situation has become more serious, Bayle Residents Association is taking action The health of our members is our biggest priority and we are closely following the advice of Public Health England and the World Health Organisation. General advice can be found on the NHS website, click here...Like many other organisations, BRA will try to take … Continue reading CORONAVIRUS help and advice
A celebration of our community at St Eanswythe's Church 3pm, St Eanswythe's Church with a collection in aid of the people of Folkestone who are supported by the Folkestone Rainbow Winter Shelter featuring a special programme of friendship A Christmas Carol by our secretary (What Not the Dickens??)Good verse from the most excellent Poets’ Corner … Continue reading “WORD OF MOUTH” – WEDNESDAY 18TH DECEMBER
2pm, meet at the playground, Wear Bay Road Please join us on a fun fossil hunt expedition to the Warren, guided by Jen Thatcher and Paul Harris, experienced fossil hunters and owners of impressive fossil collections that will be available to view. Sturdy footwear and warm weatherproof clothing are recommended. We meet at the Warren … Continue reading Fossil Walk in the Warren – Saturday 9th November
2pm, meet outside The Guildhall Pub The Bayle Residents Action Team (BRAT!) invite you to join us for a LOCAL LITTER PICKWe'll be meeting up outside The Guildhall Pub and heading to do some clearing up around the St Eanswythe's Churchyard area. With thanks to the Guildhall's Nicky and Nally for their support!
This is a rolling update on events in and around The Bayle for everyone to enjoy. Details of each event will appear on the website as they are confirmed. Suggestions always welcome! Date Event 8th February AGM 1st January New Year Lunch Buffet at Glendale18th December Word of Mouth end-of-year event at St Mary's & St … Continue reading Dates for your diary
Bayle Music We were delighted to present 2 complementary tickets for the forthcoming Bayle Music concert season to Daniel Miller - our lucky winner chosen by a random process! Watch out for further details of the programme, later this year. What's on We add events regularly to our diary listings on the website, in case you're … Continue reading September 2019 Newsletter
Read Bayle resident Ian Gordon's lecture on the long history of the Bayle