Spring Show: The Burwash horticultural society will be holding their Spring show tomorrow in the Pavilion at the Swan Meadow Playing fields Burwash and includes floral art classes. The staging of the exhibits will be from 9am to 11am. The judging will then take place. Visitors can go along and see the exhibits and winners from 2.15pm to 4pm. Raffle tea & biscuits will be available.
Coffee: The After 8 club invite you to go along to the Pavilion in Burwash Common today and help raise funds for Admiral Nurses and The Kent & Sussex Air Ambulance service. It is being held from 10.30am. Do go along and take a friend or two. Home made cakes tombola, plants,brica abrac and more will be there to browse through. Help them top £1,000 they made last time.
The Burwash Flower Arrangement club: will meet on Monday afternoon in the Burwash village hall from 2.15pm. The demonstrator will be Myra Lister and her subject Let It Go. All members are welcome to attend and non-members and visitors will be made welcome. Tea and a raffle will end the day.
After 8: The members of the after 8 club will meet at the Pavilion in Burwash Common on Wednesday evening from 8pm. Club member Birdie Johnson will be talking about the book her mother wrote, Alas Poor Johnny, about her life on an Exmoor farm. New members are always welcome to go along and join them.
AGM: The Burwash Playing fields Association will be holding their Annual General Meeting on Wednesday evening in the Pavilion at Swan Meadow at 8pm. The playing fields is owned by the village and the committee work really hard on our behalf to see that it is kept in good condition for all to enjoy. Do go along and see if you can help I n any way.
NSY: The members of the Not So Young club will meet at the Burwash village hall on Thursday at 2.15pm to hear the talented photographer and bird enthusiast Ian Rumley-Dawson talk about this subject he so loves. This lively club for the over 60’s welcomes men and women and have an enjoyable programme of events through the year. do go along and join them they would be delighted to welcome you.