Burwash

Mary Taylor
Holton Cottages

Burwash Horticultural Society will be holding their annual Rose, Sweet Pea & Delphinium show tomorrow, Saturday, in the Pavilion at Swan Meadow Playing field, Burwash. Exhibitors can go along and stage their entries from 9am to 11am. Judging will then take palce and visitors can go along from 2.15pm to 4pm. Entry for visitors is free but there will be a raffle and refreshments. Good luck to all the exhibitors.

The next monthly parish footpath walk will take place on Monday morning from 9am. You are all welcome to go along. The walks leave from the Bear car park and are led by Roger Cloke. They take in the network of public footpaths that cross the beautiful countryside around our three villages, and end in time for lunch.

The Burwash & Districty flower arrangement club will have their summer meeting on Monday afternoon in the burwash Village hall from 2.15pm. members,visitors and friends are invited to go along and see Mrs Angels Hyde demonstrate The Planets in flowers and greenery. If you would like to find out more about this group why not go along on Monday or call secretary Claudette Neville on 01435 882409.

The Burwash Not So Young club will be meeting on Thursday afternoon in the Burwash village hall from 2.15pm. They will be entertained by Mr D Calvert who will talk about Herstmonceux. The members enjoy a varied programme of meetings including a summer garden event and christmas lunch. If you are over 60 and would like to make new friends then why not go along. The afternoon always ends with tea and a raffle.

A new venture begins tonight in the pavilion at Burwash Common. The new Rummicub club will be an enjoyable evening of strategy. Rummicub is played with tiles with four different colours and numbers and you aim is to get yours laid in the correct sequences before you opponents. It is a great game, good for keeping the brain active. The fun begins at 7.30pm and can be played by all ages. For more details please call Halina on 01435 882183.

The Burwash Common & Weald Residents association is being held on Tuesday evening at 7.30pm in the Pavilion in Burwash Common. All residents are welcome to go along. for more details call Patrick Fletcher on 01435 883448.

Don’t forget that it is Fathers day on Sunday. Bateman’s invite you to take your Dad for a special afternoon tea, from 2.30pm to 4.30pm. No dainty sandwiches but special an exciting different spead. Booking is essential so call them now on 01435 882302 and reserve you places now. Entry is normal admission plus £12-50 per person.