Tonight Friday 6th April you can hear Dr Fonda playing at Robertsbridge Club. This is a local band, and it is the first time they have played at the club. The gig starts at 8pm and costs just £2 for members and £3 for non-members and guests to get in. A good way to start the Easter weekend.
Tomorrow 7th April is the Saturday Market at Robertsbridge Hall between 10am – 12 noon. There are many stalls selling a variety of things, from fresh meat and vegetables, home made cakes and pies, to crafts and pet food, which includes wild bird feed. You can get all your supplies for the weekend in one place without going out of the village.
A quick reminder, the Afternoon Tea is coming up on Thursday 12th April at Robertsbridge Youth Club Hall. This is being run by the St Mary’s Fellowship Group and is raising funds for the Cardiomyopathy Association. Its on between 3pm – 5.30pm. Not only can you have tea and buy a great selection of cakes and cookies but there is also a photographic exhibition to browse.
One for the diary, on Saturday 28th April at Robertsbridge Community College there will be a Rock`n`Roll Dance starting at 7.30pm. This is being organised by Nancy and Pete Claridge and is raising funds for Robertsbridge and Rye Bonfire Societies. You can dance the night away to the music of `The Switchblades` that are supported by `Be-Bop-A-Lyndon`. You can buy your tickets in advance for £10 per person by phoning either Nancy or Pete on 01580880468 or you can buy them on the door on the night for £12.00
You can take your own food and drink, as there will be no bar.
Sarah and Matthew Wilkinson would like to say a huge thank you to everyone that supported the recent Table Sale that they organised raising funds for the babies’ charity BLISS. Everyone that helped on the day, stallholders, all the businesses that donated prizes and last but not least the people who came and spent their money. This all raised a fantastic total of £545.00, which means that Matthew has nearly reached his target of £2500.00 fundraising for the charity. Matthew is running the London Marathon on April 22nd and if you would like to sponsor him you can donate on line at www.justgiving.com/Matthew-Wilkinson3
The opening times for the Boots Pharmacy in Robertsbridge are changing from Monday 16th April. The times will then be Monday 9am – 1.30pm / 2pm – 6pm. Tuesday 9am – 1.30pm / 2pm – 6pm.
Wednesday 9am – 1.30pm / 2pm – 5.30pm. Thursday 9am – 1.30pm / 2pm – 5.30pm. Friday 9am – 1.30pm / 2pm – 6pm. Saturday 9am – 1pm / closed. Sunday – closed all day.
We would like to wish you all a Happy Easter.
Ladies Darts: We played the 2nd Leg of the K.O. Cup semi-final against The Bear II trying to recover from a 7-4 deficit from the 1st Leg. Carol Apps won the first game but the rest lost their singles and without a doubles win we had lost the match before the trebles where there were victories for Eileen Morgan/Steph Goldsmith/Carol and Jackie Danaher/Eileen/Carol but we lost the match 8-3. There were high scores for Carol [129, 83], Dawn Mitchell  and Jackie . Jackie is in the Captains Cup at The Royal Oak on Monday [16th] while on Monday [23rd] is the Pairs Knockout Cup with Jackie, Carol, Eileen and Steph are at Ticehurst Club.
Friday Darts: There are no games this week due to the bank holiday. On Easter Sunday[8th] the very popular Open Pairs Darts Knockout will be at Robertsbridge Club and enrtrance is £1 and registration is at 7.30p.m. This has proved very popular and is a lot of fun so come along and enjoy the Easter break.
Stoolball: Training is every Tuesday commencing at 6.30p.m. at the Cricket Ground and anybody is welcome to attend.
Sandie Madge & Sue Paine, The Floral Boutique, 20 High Street