Sandie Madge & Sue Paine, The Floral Boutique, 20 High Street
Tomorrow Saturday 8th February is the Indoor Boot Sale at Robertsbridge Hall between 10am – noon. Tables need to be pre-booked and to see if there is any last minute availability please contact Anne on 01580880457.
If you don’t want to sell why not just go along and see if you can pick up a bargain and have a coffee and a chat with friends.
Then tomorrow evening at Robertsbridge Club the band `Spin` are playing. Another one not to be missed.
Have you paid you Club subs yet because it will now cost you £15 as you have missed the deadline. If you would like to become a member why not go along to the band and pick up a membership form whilst there.
This Sunday 9th February at Roberts bridge Hall starting at 5.30pm you can go and see `Shooting the Moon`. This is a magical experience as the acclaimed theatrical company Strangeface visits Robertsbridge and the surreal and comic life of illusionist and early filmmaker, George Melies. Watch how Strangeface recreates the pioneering science fiction masterpieces, which captivated cinema lovers 100 years ago.
Using a dazzling array of masks and movements Strangeface portrays the imaginative genius of Melies through a series of touching, brilliantly funny and surreal magical tales. This is suitable for 8+ with tickets costing £9 for adults and under 16`s just £6. These are available from Judges Bakery or from Pam on 01580 880359 or email@example.com or on the door.
On Saturday mornings at Robertsbridge College Sports Hall there is a Saturday Morning Club run by ACTIVE PRIMARY SCHOOLS. This is between 9am – 12 noon and cost £4.00 per hour or £10 for the whole morning. There are fun sports and games for all ages. Football, tennis, curling, parachute games, hockey and much more. To join in the fun contact Wayne on 07540765685 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you have a spare room and could do with earning a bit more through the summer, have you ever thought of hosting student. EF language travel is now looking for host families with guaranteed bookings available during June, July and August. This is a great earning potential with prompt payment. All students have a full activity programme 7 days a week with 24/7 support. There is experienced staff with a town centre office. If you would like to know more about this please contact 01424 434148 or email LT.Hastings&ef.com or pop into 17 Havelock Road if you are in town.
Dementia Supper Clubs are for carers and people with dementia.
Would you like to get out and meet other people with dementia and their carers and share experiences and increase your support network?
The Supper Club is an informal group that gives you the chance to get out and meet new friends. This club is up to the members on where, how often and what you do, you have the say in how its run.
If you would like to join and just go for a drink and a chat or go for a meal please contact Sally Goodey on 07557480685 or 01323449294 for details of the Robertsbridge Dementia Supper Club or of Clubs in other areas. A member of East Sussex County Council Adult Social Care Dept. will be available once a month to support you and give information and guidance if needed.
When our lovely village was flooded in 2000 villagers were most grateful to receive help from a Flood Relief Fund. Not only were there donations from friends and neighbours but from other communities as well. Roger Hill, who as a Church Warden and after consultation with the Vicar and Treasurer of St Mary’s Church has arranged with shops in the village to be collection points for donations to The Somerset Emergency Flood Relief Fund. The Collection process has already begun and we know that times have been tough but please give, even a small amount to this collection as many of us know how awful flooding is, even for a short while, let alone for weeks as has been the case in Somerset.
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Ladies Darts : Once again our doubles let us down in our 8-3 defeat at The White Hart(Wadhurst) III last Monday[27th]. Jackie Danaher and Eileen Morgan won their singles games but we had to wait until the last game for our next win with Carol Apps/Jackie/Eileen winning their trebles game. There were high scores for Carol[125,81], Frankie Taylor[114,97,85], Jackie[94,85,83,81] and Eileen[94,84]. We have no game on Monday[10th].
Friday Darts : We played The Millers Arms last Friday and lost darts 5-2 with victories for Dave Goodsell and Michael Stone while there were 100+ scores for Michael[140, 4x100], Dave[121,100], Alice Hodges and Dan Smith[2x100]. All three games of pushpenny were close and we should have won but getting that last penny in cost us as we lost 2-1 with Michael Stone/Ted Goldfinch our only victors. There were ‘goldwatches’ for Dave Fortsch, Michael and Alan Apps. Tonight we play The Kings Head at Mountfield Club 8p.m.
Football : Another deluge and 3’ of water over the Recreation Ground saw another week without a ball being kicked. Tomorrow the 1st team are at home to St.Leonards Social in the ADA East Sussex Football League Premier Division while the 2nd team travel to Eastbourne Sports Park to play high flyers Parkfield in Division 6 with both matches K.O. 2p.m.
Stoolball : I know summer seems a long way off but we have to prepare and the A.G.M. of Robertsbridge Stoolball Club, sponsored by Whatlington Garage, will take place at Robertsbridge Club on Monday 24th February 2014 starting at 7.30p.m. and is open to anyone interested in playing.