Car Boot Sale: The next fundraising occasion for the church will be a Car Boot Sale to be held at the Playing Field tomorrow, Saturday 4th June from 8.30am for stall holders and 9am – 11.30am for buyers. The cost will be £7 for cars, £10 for vans and 50p for browsers. Hot and cold refreshments will be available, so come along, grab some bargains and a bacon buttie from the pavilion and help raise money for the church.
WI Celebration Lunch: Next Saturday 11th June, the WI will be holding ‘A Celebration Lunch for the 90th Birthday of HM the Queen’. This is for WI members and a guest and the doors open at 12.30pm.
Evensong: On Sunday 12th June there will be an Evensong at 6pm in St Laurence’s Church to celebrate the Queen’s 90th Birthday, this will be followed by celebratory cake and drinks for everyone afterwards.
Sport: We managed to get in a home cricket match again on Sunday against Sedlescombe. It is always difficult to get teams over a bank holiday weekend, especially when several players play in their league teams on Saturday. Catsfield batted first and at tea were 209 for 5. Tim Pitman scored 78, Derek Fuller 40 and an explosive total of 53 not out from Martin Gurr were our main scorers. It was good to welcome father and son Scott and Jonty Lavocah to our team. Jonty’s bowling figures were 2 for 8 runs in 5 overs and Scott’s 2 for 11 runs in six overs. Tom Bristow-Diamond got 3 wickets, Connor Earl 2 and Tim Pitman 1 wicket with Sedlescombe all out for 86 runs. With several players unavailable this Sunday, we will struggle to find a team when we go to Eastbourne to play Southbourne on their lovely pitch.
Stoolball had a good victory away to Robertsbridge with Jo Richardson scoring a lot of runs. 7th June the ladies are away at Pett and 9th June the mixed team is away at Brightling.
Mobile Library: On Friday 10th June, the East Sussex Mobile Library will be in its usual place outside the Village Hall from 11.55am – 12.30 pm.
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