Quiz: Tonight is the monthly quiz evening at the Pavilion in Burwash Common. Teams of six are welcome to enter this fun general knowledge evening. The licenced bar will be open and all entry money will be given back as prizes. To find out more call Halina Keep on 01435 882183
Panto: Did you get to see the wonderful performances of the Burwash Amateur Pantomime society last weekend. My sources say it was brilliant. The whole show was well acted and produced from scenery to costumes. Camelot is an unusual show for Panto, but it seems to have worked. There are three more performances this weekend. Tonight at 8pm and again tomorrow at 2.30pm & 7.30pm. Get your tickets from the Burwash newsagents before it is too late. Well done BAPS and good luck for this weekend.
Walk: The next parish footpath walk will take place on Monday morning from 9am. If you would like to join them you will need to be at the Bear car park by 9am. Roger Cloke will be your guide and he will take you over some of the network of public footpaths that are a great part of our beautiful villages. The walks are over by lunch time.
Flowers: Also on Monday the Burwash Flower Arrangement club will meet in the Burwash village hall, from 2.30pm. The meeting will begin with the clubs AGM. This will be followed by a workshop led by Maureen Jenner and Jean Plummer. Members have been given the details and it is hoped most will attend. Non-members are also very welcome. Each attendee will be given a free raffle ticket, the winner will get a years free membership. For more details call Claudette Neville 01435 883043. The club will be planning their coffee morning which will be held on 18th March.
Meeting: The Burwash branch of the Royal British Legion will be meeting on Monday too. They will be at the Rose & Crown from 8pm. You can attend this meeting even if you are not a member or have ever been in the armed forces. You only need an interest in the work the Legion do. For more details please call Fred Marshall 01435 884208
Soup: On Tuesday the popular soup lunch will be held again. This time to raise funds for repairs to the village hall windows and refurbishment of the toilets. You are all invited to join us. Entry is £7.50 and includes trying as many of the delicious hot, homemade soups as you wish. Likewise the many hot & cold desserts. Soft drinks available, but guests welcome to bring their own wine. Glasses will be provided. Please call 01435 882107 and let us know you will be there.
NSY: The Next meeting of the Not So Young club will be on Thursday. The members will meet at 2.15pm at the village hall. New members and visitors are welcome. The topic is Pantomime magic. The afternoon ends with tea & raffle.
U3A: I have been asked to mention the new Heathfuield and District University of the third age (U3A). They will meet monthly at the community hall in Sheepsetting Lane Heathfield from 2.30pm until 5pm. It aims to provide a social and educational activities from languages, book group, outings music art appreciation craft art history, IT, photography and more. You are all welcome to go along their first meeting is on Tuesday. Visit their website www.HeathfieldandDistrictU3A.org.uk
Bowls: The Burwash Short Mat bowls club have played two games since the last report. They played away to Hailsham Quintins and drew 2-2 then played away to Jarvis Brook where despite some great shots they lost 0-4. They are busy playing cup games within the club now and will next play a league game on Thursday at home to Chailey. The club meet every Monday evening from 6.30pm and would be delighted to welcome new players. You will be shown how to play and will be able to borrow club equipment. If interested just come along or call Mary Taylor on 01435 882107 or Keith Marden on 01580 880534.