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Friday 30 May At 9am you could start your day warming up with Pilates in Udimore Hall then pop along to Brede Village Hall where the Brede Farmers Market begins at 10am until midday, there you will find a myriad of goods to buy to replenish your kitchen cupboards. You will find a warm welcome and the Friendly Circle’s ladies offer refreshments before you travel home, a good start to the weekend. Later in the Hall the Short Mat bowlers will be meeting at 7.30pm. In the Rainbow Trout ‘Stone Junction’ may have you gyrating on the floor from 8.30pm. or at least listening and tapping your feet.
Saturday 31 May ‘Musical for a Summers Evening.’ Presented by Gary Marriott and Duncan Reid it will be in aid of St George’s Church Brede where it will also be held at 7.30pm. Tickets are £8.50 and include a finger buffet and a glass of wine. Tickets are available from Marion Firman 01424 751165
At 9.30am the latest of Blackbrook Garden Centre’s talk is today and is about Summer Perennials. The cost is £2.00 and includes coffee.
Sunday 1 June St Georges Church Brede celebrates the Family Eucharist at 9.30am all welcome. The Methodist Church begin their service at 10.30am and Mrs Chris Jones will be leading this mornings Worship. The weather is keeping us on our toes but lets hope the sun shines for our cricketers and that they do well against the Hastings Wanderers at home in the Recreation Ground. We wish them good luck! Andy has been in touch and says they did not win the game against Burwash 4 May as we already know but it did not help that they only had 9 players (feel sorry for them and if you like cricket join the team super quick.) At some point Tom Waters had 6 wickets for 48 runs his Brede best so well done Tom and Stuart Newble managed 3 wickets for 32 runs. In the end Burwash were all out for 120 and Brede 43 runs all out. Better luck this time. 18 May Northiam v Brede. Brede 111 all out, Graeme Dinning 21, Trevor Brown 13 and Chris Waters 10 were the highlights.
Northiam 113-8 Alastair Barrett our best bowler with figures of 7-2-16-3. Northiam won a nail biter by 2 wickets. Last week, 25 May Lydd v Brede.
Lydd 201-9, Scott Turner the pick of the bowlers with 8-2-14-2, Ian Sutton also excelled taking 2 wickets in his 5 overs his best Brede effort. Also of note was a superb run out throw by Stuart Newble. Brede 67 all out, a pretty dismal effort saved only by 19 from Ed Avann and a determined 7 not out from Nigel McDonagh.
Monday 2 June Age Uk East Sussex – Brede Community Club is open at 10.30am and begins with coffee news, games all followed by lunch then an afternoon programme.
This evening begins with the Rainbows In the small Hall at 4.00pm followed by the Brownies at 5.30pm.
In the Scout Hut The Beavers begin at 5.30pm to 6.30pm In the Scout Hut and from 6.30 – 8.00pm Cubs. As yet there is still no Scout section as we still urgently require leaders or people who wish to do the training. Contact me if you are interested in helping.
Guides meet at Udimore Hall at 7.15pm. In Brede Village Hall at 7.30pm the In Brede Village Hall at 7.30pm the Whist Players will still be meeting to enjoy a game of cards.
Tuesday 3 June the Brede Painting for Pleasure group will meet in Brede Village Hall at 9.30am.
Pilates begins at 9am in Udimore Hall. Messy church is at 4pm also in Udimore Hall. The Rainbow Trout holds its Local Night this evening from 8pm. Wednesday 4 June Brede Mothers Union meet at 2.30pm in Udimore Churchyard as today their speaker is local lady Sue Lee talking about her researches on Udimore Churchyard. It should be most interesting.
Thursday 5 June Stretch and Tone with Sally at 9.30am in Brede Village Hall where she will aim to make those attending a little fitter.
Friday 6 June Pilates begin at 9am in Udimore Parish Hall. The weekly Farmers Market in Brede Village Hall is open from 10am –12pm. Short Mat Bowls are in the Brede Village Hall at 7.30pm.
Saturday 7 June
Fathers Day 15 June the Rainbow Trout are offering a set lunch and advise booking early so as not to be disappointed.
Thursday 19 June Brede & Udimore Overseas Group are holding a Summer Lunch in Udimore Hall Tickets are £8.50 and will include a short talk from Dr Corry van den Bosch of Sightsavers one of the groups charities. Tickets are available from Liz 01424 882657 or Betty 01424 883430
Activities for the week.
Saturday 31 May‘Musical for a Summers Evening.’ St George’s Brede 7.30pm
Brede big Steam Giants 10am –4pm water works Lane
At Brede Village Hall
Mondays - Age Uk East Sussex – Brede Community Club 10am-3pm Whist 7.30pm.
Tuesday – Painting for Pleasure 9.30am
Wednesday – Brede MU 2.30pm meet Udimore Church
Thursday –Stretch & Tone 9.30am.
Fridays – Farmers Market 10am Short Mat Bowls 7.30pm
Scout Hut – Mondays - Beavers 5.30 - 6.30pm, Cubs 6.30pm – 8pm
Udimore Parish Hall –
Monday - Guides
Tuesday – Pilates 9.30am
Friday – Pilates 9.00am