Congratulations: Last Saturday Laura Carver took part in the London to Brighton Challenge run, over 100 kilometres. Raising money for St Peter & St James Hospice in remembrance of her sister Becky who died ten years ago, Laura took this challenge for the second time. The weather stayed dry and with pit stops Laura made it home in 14 hours 22minutes and this included 1hour & 20mins stoppages for food and comfort breaks, finishing 81st out of 15,000 starters, quite a few of who didn’t manage to finish the course. She finished in the top 15 women who finished. Laura said it was a very friendly event with people running or walking beside her for company. She would like me to thank all those who so kindly sponsored her, she has raised over £500. You can continue to sponsor her on Virginmoneygiving-Laura Carver. The site will be open for another few months. Well done Laura on another amazing challenge completed, you are truly an inspiration to us all
Music: Tonight is music night at the Pavilion in Burwash Common. Local talented musicians and singers will be there to entertain you. Entry is free and the licenced bar will be open. Do go along and support these amateur musician. If you enjoy singing or playing a musical instrument and would like to take part you are always welcome to go along and take part. The more the merrier.
Heartstart course: Tomorrow morning you have a chance to learn how to use the Defibrilator that is situated at the Burwash village hall. This course will be run by Crowborough’s First Responders, and they will show you what to do and how the machine works. This is your chance to learn how you could save a life. The course is from 9.30am until 12.30pm.
Burwash in Bloom: Tomorrow is the final day to get your entries in for the Burwash in Bloom competition. There are two catergories to enter residential and business. The three classes in the residential are Hanging baskets, window boxes and front gardens (those that can be seen from the pavement) Entry is £2 per class. The business section has two classes, window boxes and hanging baskets and entry is £5 each class. Entry forms can be found in different locations in the village and they should be returned to Jarvis’ butchers before close of business tomorrow. Judging will take place on Saturday 27th June.
Fun day: On Sunday the Burwash cricket club invite you to go along to the Swan Meadow Playing fields, Burwash and enjoy a fabulous fun day, watching the cricket taking the children to enjoy the bouncy castle and other attractions. The will be a barbecue and refreshments all day. The fun begins at 11am.
Stroll: The next monthly walk for strollers will take place on Wednesday morning, leaving the Bear car park at 9am. Ijon Jenner will be glad of your company as he leads you on a gentle stroll around the village. These walks are for those who enjoy walking, company and the stunning views over the Burwash countryside. Just turn up and join in. The walks are over by lunch time.
Whist: The next monthly Whist drive is on Thursday evening at the Burwash village hall at 7pm. These fun evenings are great fro making friends and enjoying a few hands of cards. It costs £3 per person to join in and this includes twenty hands of cards and light refreshments. There is also a raffle. New players of all abilities are welcome to come along and you don’t need a partner and you don’t have to live in the village. All money made goes to the village hall maintenance fund.