Sandie Madge, & Sue Paine, The Floral Boutique, 20 The High Street
Tonight Friday 8th March is the next Robertsbridge Archaeological Society meeting at Robertsbridge Hall. This starts at 7.30pm and Clive Mayhew on `Discovering Woodland Archaeology in the Weald` will give the talk. All are welcome.
Don’t forget its Mothers Day on Sunday and hopefully you will of booked the table or ordered the flowers by now. If you would like to treat your mum to live music and afternoon drinks between 5pm- 7pm you can listen to Jazz with Maureen Connett and her band `Songwaves` at the Salehurst Halt.
Now that spring is approaching we are all starting to think about shifting those few winter pounds and getting fit. If you want to get active and have fun and try something that is different and energetic then why not give Bokwa Classes a go. It is easy to follow and suitable for any age or fitness level. If you are about on a Tuesday morning it is held at Robertsbridge Hall between 9.15am – 10.15am with the first class costing just £2.00 and then £4.00 for future classes. Please wear something comfortable and a pair of trainers for this class. If you would like to know more please contact Kirsty on 07582269164.
Saturday 16th March is the Health Education Morning at Robertsbridge Hall being run by the Patient Participation Group of Oldwood Surgery and Battle Health Centre. The topic for the morning is very much in the news theses days and will be a presentation on `Dementia Information For Patients and Carers` starting at 10am. Please feel free to go along and have a listen, as having information can be useful in case you ever need it.
There will be a short time for questions and leaflets available so if you are worried about anyone or even yourself this morning maybe of help. Coffee will also be available throughout the morning.
There are still a few tables available for the Easter Crafty Coffee morning being held at Robertsbridge Club on Saturday 23rd March. This is being organised by Robertsbridge Bonfire Society raising funds for this year’s event. Tables cost just £5 for you to come and sell your homemade crafts. If you would like to book a table please ring me on 01580 880491.
There will be an Easter raffle, coffee and cakes and a couple of things for the children. The sale is open from 10am – 12.30
Ladies Darts: We played at home to Ticehurst Club in the 1st Leg of the Team Knockout Cup Semi-Final. We started well winning the first two singles matches through Carol Apps and Jackie Danaher but the visitors drew level before Alice Hodges won to give us a 3-2 lead. Victories for Dawn Mitchell/Steph Goldsmith and Alice/Carol saw us lead 5-3 after the doubles and victory in the first trebles match for Steph/Dawn/Rosemary Clifford increased our lead but the visitors hit back as we take a narrow 6-5 lead into the 2nd Leg in a few weeks time. There were high scores for Rosemary[116,85,77], Alice, Dawn[83,81,76], Jackie[81x2,80], Carol and Steph. On Monday [11th] we are away to The White Hart I(Wadhurst) who now play at The Red Lion at 8p.m.
Darts: Ted Goldfinch and Dave Goodsell both got through their pushpenny singles knockout matches. Tonight is a fund-raiser at Mountfield Club.