Pantomime: Well all the hard work is over fro yet another year. The members of the Burwash Amateur Pantomime society can take a well earned break knowing they have given the village another great production. Well done to everyone involved from the cast, it was great to see the children involved again this year, those who built and painted the props and backdrops, the dressmakers for the amazingly colourful costumes. the music, lighting and the refreshments. The money they raise goes to local children’s clubs and societies. Thank you BAPS.
Bowls: Last week the team had a home fixture against Barcombe. This was their first visit to Burwash but they all gave a good fight although some struggled with our mats. Triples Margaret Waterhpouse, Irene Bell and Joan Howard won 14-12 and Keith & Angela Marden and Gavin Wood won 34-5. Pairs Julie Hawkins and Keith Wood won 14-12 and Alan Green & Mary Taylor won 19-5. A great evening for Burwash and eight league points. The club also played their cup matches. In the Presidents cup the ladies played a knockout with some really close results. The final was won by Angela arden who beat Mary Taylor. The Mary Grrombridge trophy was contested by the men. Also a knockout this was won by Alan Green who beat Keith Wood in the final. Weel done to them both.
Lunch: The Burwash branch of Age UK will be holding their lunch club on Monday from Noon in the Bear Motel. This is open to anyone over 55 who enjoys good fresh;ly cooked food with good company. The delicious two course meal & coffee is £8 per person. To book a place please call Jean Plummer on 01435 883483. She may be able to arrange transport if you are unable to make it under your own steam.
Coffee: The Burwash Ladies Group are holding a coffee morning on Wednesday at 9, The Old Orchard. High Street, from 10.30am. Do go along and take a look, enjoy the hospitality of Molly Beauchamp and discover how the members of this great club enjoy their meetings and monthly outings.
Talk: The Burwash Horticultural Society invite you to go along to a special talk by Barry Newman on The modern Kitchen Garden. It is being held in the village hall on Thursday from 2pm for 2.30pm. Entrance is £1 for society members and £2.50 for non-members. A raffle and tea & biscuits will end the afternoon. All are very welcome to go along.