The Burwash Common and Weald Memorial playing fields association and the Pavilion Burwash common will be holding their Annual General Meeting tonight in the Pavilion, from 7.30pm. All members and the public are welcome to attend. To find out more please call Halina Keep on 01435 882183.
St Philip’s church will be holding their 3rd Model Rail event tomorrow at the Wheel Inn burwash Weald from 10am until 4pm. This is a family event for all model rail enthusiasts and those interested in the railway. Entry is £2 and there will be food and bar available all day. All proceeds will go to St Philip’s Church.
On Sunday evening it is open Mike Night at the Wheel Inn, when anyone can go along and entertain singing or playing musical instruments. The fun begins at 8pm.
The next monthly Parish footpath walk will take place on Monday leaving the Bear car park at 9am. Roger Cloke will lead you over the network of public footpaths around our three villages, helping to keep them in use and open to everyone. You are all very welcome to join him.
Also on Monday the Burwash branch of Age UK lunch club will get together for their monthly lunch at the Bear Motel from 12noon. If you are over 55 and would like to join them for a delicious two course lunch in congenial company you would be most welcome. To book a place please call Jazz Botting on 01435 882033 or Heather Lewis on 882080 or Maddie Ashbee on 883233.
Next Saturday, May 25,is the annual Spring Supper at the village hall. I told you last week that tickets would be available from the burwash newsagent, but i have since learnt this will not be the case, instead you can get/book tickets by calling me on 01435 882107 or from Shirley Viney on firstname.lastname@example.org Tickets are £8 each and includea delicious two-course supper and musical entertainment.
The latest postal quiz has come to an end, many thanks to everyone who continues to support them. The latest one had answers that were all sweets and chocolates, great for diabetics! We had three entries with 100 correct answers and names were put into a draw and Wendy Hardy’s was drawn. Well done to her and thank you too as she has kindly given back her prize to go in the funds for hte get together lunches at Christmas. We will be giving the charity £200. The next one will be out at the end of September and all the answers this time will be famouspeople/characters with place name in their name.