Mary Taylor, Holton Cottages
This is your last chance to see this years production of Aladdin, performed by the Burwash amateur Pantomime Society. I was pleased to have the chance of seeing it last weekend and I think it is one of their best. With lots of audience participation, and loads of laughs. The scenery & costumes were clever and colourful. Tickets are still available from the ticket office at the Burwash Newsagents. £4 for tomorrow afternoon and £5 for tonight and tomorrow night. Well done to all those involved in the these production and thank you for giving up so much of your time to entertain us.
The next monthly footpath walk will take place on Monday morning leaving the Bear car Park at 9am. Roger Cloke will take you over the network of public footpaths that cross the beautiful countryside of our three villages. Wellingtons may be advisable after all the rain we have had. Anyone can join the walks, just turn up on Monday.
On Monday evening, the Burwash Branch of the Royal British Legion will be holding a meeting at the Rose & Crown pub at 8pm, all members nad visitors are invited to attend. You do not have to be a member to attend. It is not essential that you have ever been a member of the armed forces either, you just need to be interested in the work that the \legion does. Please contact Fred Marshall if on 01435 884298 if you would like to become a member.
The Not So Young club will have their meeting on thursday at the village hall at 2.15pm. At last months meeting the club held their AGM with long standing Chairman Sylvia Kingston retiring, her successor is Isabel Salmond. Sue Fowler also joined the committee which was voted in en-bloc. The clubs charity for the year will be Help for Heroes. The members will be entertained by Gary Enstone who will be speaking about Batemans. New members and visitors are always welcome.