Archaeological Society: the Robertsbridge and District Archaeological Society will be holding their meeting this evening at Robertsbridge Hall and will commence their winter talks. The meeting starts at 7.30pm and the topic this month is `King Henry VIII` and the talk will be by Tony Harris. Everyone is welcome to attend.
Music: Robertsbridge Club will be presenting U2 Tribe tomorrow evening Saturday 11th October at 8pm.
Bonfire Society: tomorrow evening there will be bonfire celebrations at Ninfield, some of Robertsbridge members will be attending. There are coaches going to the bigger events for members and if you would like to book a place you can do so by going to Sandie at the Floral Boutique who has booking forms. Next Thursday 16th October is the next meeting for the Society at Robertsbridge Club starting at 8pm. Please attend, as now is the time to get every thing ready for our own event. If you would like to help by either being a marshal on the night of November 15th or a collector please contact Pete Claridge on 880468 or again go in and see Sandie.
Quiz Night: the Royal British Legion and St. Mary’s Church are hosting a Quiz at the Church Room in Fair Lane on Friday 17th October. The doors open at 7pm for a 7.30pm start. A team of 6 and the price is £6 per person. There will be a bar, a ploughman’s and a raffle.
Crime: Last Saturday, many villagers got up to the sight of graffiti on many of the village signs, and at least 1 car that I know of. If you saw anything or know who did this please can you give any information to the police. The week before 2 small children’s bicycles were taken from Heathfield Gardens and were found the next day at the Station, where there had also been plants and flowers wrecked. The good thing about this is that it always shows the spirit of the village because there was a group of people out cleaning off the paint, but do we want to have to rely on people’s good will to keep our village nice. What we need to do is stop it before it happens. There have been many things over the last few months that may seem small but do add up. If you have a problem please contact the police on 101, at least if its logged the statistics will eventually show that we all have a problem.
Sandie Madge & Sue Paine
The Floral Boutique, 20 High Street