Mary Taylor, Holton Cottages
The first staging of the Burwash Amateur Pantomime Society’s production of Alice in Wonderland will take place tomorrow at 2.30pm & 7.30pm. Will you keep your head and be grinning like cheshire cats? Only if you have got a ticket. They are available from the Burwash Newsagents. All proceeds from the shows go to local children’s groups, clubs and the school. We wish all those involved the best of luck for two great performances. If you can’t attend tomorrow there are three more chances. Next Friday evening at 8pm, and Saturday 15 at 2.30pm & 7.30pm.
Dan Tenby is a local mountaineer and climbing instructor. He has scaled many of the worlds highest peaks. He will be at the village hall on Sunday at 4pm giving an illustrated talk on climbing Everest, Aconcagua and maybe a few secrets on his preparations for his taking on K2 this year. he lives locally and is a Duke of Edinburgh’s Award coordinator for a number of schools in our area. Tickets are £5 for Adults, £2 for children or a family ticket £10. Available from Ros Cloke 01435 884312 or The Flower House. All proceeds to st Bartholomew’s Church.
It is open mike night at the wheel in on Sunday evening from 8pm. Local talented people are invited to go along and entertain. Do go along and give them your support.
The Burwash Ladies group will be meeting on Wednesday afternoon in the Burwash Village hall from 2.15pm. Their speaker this month will be Julian Dormady on Heroes of Telemark. The afternoon will end with tea. New members and guests are always welcome to go along. The group are looking for someone young and able to go along and put out the tables & chairs for them before their meeting and then to tidy them away after. They are willing to pay for this service. If you can help please call Audrey Wright on 01435 882751
The After Eight club will meet on Wednesday evening in the Pavilion at Burwash Common. This meeting will take on their AGM, and members are invited to go along with ideas for future meetings. This ladies club would welcome new members. They enjoy a varied programme of events including outings and meal walks & talks and much more. For more information please call Jan McCartney on 01435 882117
Shelagh Bedford Turner is looking to start an adult ballet class int hte village but she assures that she isn’t the teacher. She says all ages are welcome not children, even ballet from a chair maybe for some. Experience isn’t necessary it is for enjoyment, improving muscle tone And improving posture. Call Shelagh on 01435 883 854