Mary Taylor, Holton Cottages
The fun quiz evening held by St Bartholomew’s Church that that I reported on last week, made the amazing sum of £1,300 towards the upkeep of the Church. Well done to all those who supported the event.
The Burwash & district flower arrangement club will have their next meeting on Monday at the Burwash village hall from 2.15pm. This will take the form of their AGM followed by a workshop led by Mrs Pam Fuller. New members and visitors are always welcome.
The next walk for strollers will take place on Wednesday morning, leaving the Bear car park at 9am. This walk is intended for anyone who enjoys walking but is less strenuous than the parish footpath walk later in the month. Ijon Jenner will be pleased to lead the way, so why not go along and join him.
The first mnothly Whist drive of the year will be held on Thursday evening at the Burwash Village hall from 7.30pm. This is a fun evening for players of all abilities who enjoy a game of cards, good company and a relaxed evening out. Entry is £3 for 20 rounds of cards and light refreshments. Just turn up on Thursday or call mary Taylor 01435 882107 for more details.
Panto time is fast approaching and the Burwash amatuer Pantomime society have been working hard on rehearsals and scenery etc. The tickets will be on sale at the Burwash News agents. The show this time is Alice in Wonderland and will be on saturday 8th & 15th at 2.30pm and 7.50pm and on Friday 14th at 8pm. The BAPS always give us a great show and will no doubt again. So don’t be disappointed, get your tickets early.
Don’t forget the Seagulls Over Burwash supporters club will be travelling to Watford on Sunday to give their support to hte Brighton & Hove Albion football game. There may still be some seats left on the coach which will cost £15 for adults and £7.50 for children. To find out visit Tesky in the News Agents.