The Burwash Guides & Brownies held a successful jumble sale last Saturday, raising £261 for their funds. They would like to extend their grateful thanks to all the parents who went along to help man the stalls. Congratulations to Gill Cairncross who was awarded a Thanks Badge for all her help over the years.
Tonight is music night in the Burwash Common Pavilion. These are always a fun evening when local talented people turn up to entertain you. The sessions begin at 8pm and the licenced bar will be open.
The Burwash & Etchingham Scout group are holding a jumble sale tomorrow morning in their group headquarters in the Bear car park. The usual stalls will be selling bric a brac, book toys jumble cakes etc. All proceeds will go to group funds.
The children of the Musical Theatre group will performing Kenneth Grahame’s Wind in the Willows tomorrow evening in the Burwash village hall. Their ages range from 7 to 14 and they have been rehearsing for weeks and look forward to giving family and friends a great evenings entertainment. Tickets are £5 each available from Mary Alderson on 01435 882051 or Jane Coleman 882687. We wish all those involve a successful show.
On Sunday you are invited to join in the family service for Mothering Sunday at 10am, And again at 5pm when the licencing of our new Priest in charge will be take place. The Reverend Sally Epps will be licenced by the Bishop of Chichester. Everyone is welcome to go along for this important evening for our Parish. Refreshments will be available after the service and achance to meet with her. Welcome to burwash Sally.
The next walk for strollers will take place on Wednesday, leaving the Bear car park at 9am. These walks are gentler than the monthly Parish footpath walks and will be lead by Ijon Jenner. He will be delighted to have you join him. For more information please call him on 01435 882045
The next Whist drive will take place on Thursday evening at the Burwash Village hall from 7pm. Players of all levels of ability are welcome to come along for a fun evening of cards. Entry is £3 per person and includes 20 hands of cards and light refreshments. All proceeds go to the hall maintenance funds.
The Burwash Short mat bowls club have come to the end of a disappointing season. The last two matches were home fixtures. The first one was against Laughton. In the triples Angela & Keith Marden and Julie Hawkins won 22-4, Wayne Reed, Irene Bell & Mick Moore won 18-8. After tea the pairs played with Alan Green & Barry Taylor losing 13-16 and Mary Taylor & Keith Wood winning 14-9. The next game was against Horam Cannons. The triples Angela,Keith & Julie won 17-6 but Margaret Waterhouse, Stephen Trew & Mick lost 10-12. The pairs Alan & Barry won 17-9 and Mary & Keith won 13-11. This gave us 12 league points but was not enough to save us from relegation to the second division. The club will continue to bowl at roll up nights on Monday evening. If anyone is interested in joining us we would be pleased to welcome you. No previous experience needed as tuition will be available. Call Mary on 01435 882107 for more details.
Mary Taylor, Holton Cottages