Burwash Village Voice

Grateful thanks are extended to everyone who supported the coffee morning in aid of McMillan Nurses two weeks ago, especially those who had offered their help and turned up and worked so hard. The morning was a great success, thanks to those who came along and spent so well. A wonderful sum of £436-74 was raised. Well don to Heather & Barry Lewis for arranging the event

The Burwash Flower arranging club will hold a craft morning in hte Burwash Village hall from 10am until 12 noon. with Mrs Ann Brooks will be demonstrating Design on a wire ring. Members who have booked a place at the demonstration will be given ideas for their own designs.

Tonight the monthly quiz evening is being held in the Pavilion at Burwash Common. Teams of six are invited to take part. To book a team in and for more information please call Karol on 01435 883318.

Tomorrow evening One Man Theatre, Brian D Barnes will entertain you with his own unique arrangement of Charles Dickens’ Oliver Twist. Tickets are available from the Burwash News Agents at £12 per person, £6 for students. Refreshments will be available during the interval.

The monthly Parish Footpath walk will take place on Monday morning, leaving the Bear Car Park at 9am. Roger Stoke will guide your way around the network of public footpaths that surround our villages. Dogs may be taken providing they are kept under control. The walks are open to anyone to join in and usually end in time for lunch.

On Thursday afternoon the Burwash Not So Young club have their October meeting, at the Burwash village hall from 2.15pm. This lively club for the over 60’s is open to all and this week will hear Silly Tales fro Around the world with Mrs Pat Clark. All new members and guests are welcome to attend and will receive a warm welcome. Tea and raffle end the afternoon. The group will make the final details for their Come to Tea event on Saturday 20th October.

This week some of the members of the Burwash bowls club have been away on a holiday, playing in tournaments against players from around the country, at a hotel in Bournmouth. They will be on their way home as you read this. Their match against Five Ashes; last week was postponed, but they will play at home to Pevensey on Thursday, at the Burwash village hall.