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A Reunion For The Friends And Families Of Bexhill

posted by Sheila Gregory Kesby on 04 Apr 2017 at 11:16 am

In the 1940s/1950s, Sheila Gregory and Julie Press lived in St. James' Crescent. They remained close friends even after Sheila moved away. As they grew older, they talked about a reunion for all the friends and families they had grown up with in Bexhill. Sadly, Julie did not live to see Sheila return to Bexhill in December 2014. But she leaves her husband Guss Mitchell and their large family who are now joining with Sheila to hold that oft talked about reunion.

A Reunion for the Friends & Families of Bexhill-on-Sea will be held on Saturday 17th June, 2017 - !pm until dark - at 'Burcote' 4, Richmond Close, Bexhill-on-Sea, TN39 3DW.

RSVP (with approximate time for catering purposes)
Mrs. Liane Mitchell Baker
Tel: 01424-222651 Email: silvester90@googlemail.com
Mrs. Sheila Gregory Kesby
Tel: 01424-224536 Email: s.kesby399@btinternet.com

The Reunion will be in the house and garden and a finger buffet will be available throughout the afternoon and evening.

The invitation is open to people who grew up in or around Bexhill including their families and in-laws. Also, Sheila Gregory and Guss Mitchell will invite their current friends and neighbours. They would appreciate it if anyone reading this message would pass on this invite to their family or friends who grew up in, or are otherwise connected to Bexhill and would like to come to this Reunion.

FYI other family names connected to the Gregorys and Mitchells are: Easton, Butchers, Eldridge, Trimby, Baker and Vine.

The venue is the home of John and Sheila (Gregory) Kesby. On street parking is limited in the Close, but there is more on Richmond Road. Collington Stationis 3 minutes away, or you can take the 99 bus to the Richmond stop on Cooden Drive, opposite Collington Station.

The Venue

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