Apologies: Last week I made a mistake with the date of the Burwash Common playing field fete. It should have read 12th September. I hope that most of you will have realised and that no one actually came over last weekend. I am really sorry I made such a silly error.
Music: Tonight is music night again at the Pavilion in Burwash Common. you are all welcome to go along and listen to local talented musicians and singers as the entertain you. The music will start at 8pm and the licenced bar will be open.
Football: The Burwash football club have been going for 125 years and this weekend have organised two events to celebrate. The first is a fun football tournament at the Swan Meadow playing fields from 11am tomorrow. There will be lots of fun things going on including a bouncy castle, barbecue, bar and a football tournament featuring old enemies from Ticehurst, Robertsbridge and Mayfield. do go along and watch the matches and help them make it a great day.
Then tomorrow evening the club have organised a gala dinner at the Bear Motel from 8pm. The two course dinner of carvery & dessert with wine & beer on the tables is £17.50 per person. To book a place please call Allan Parker-Read on 07807 900276. Congratulation to the football club on reaching this milestone.
Magic: Also tomorrow we have a chance to see the amazing magic of Magician Bertie Pearce again. he will be at the Burwash village hall at 2,30pm, and those who have had the pleasure of seeing him perform before will know they are in for a real treat. Entrance is £5 for adults and 33 for children. Refreshments including home made cakes will be available. Please call Shirley Viney for more information. Tickets will be available at the door.
Fair: At last the annual summer fair is almost upon us. Everyone involved are busy baking, making, collecting and erecting. The fair takes place on Bank holiday Monday at the Swan Meadow playing fields from 1pm. Parking will be available on the field and entry to the fair is by donation. This is always a great afternoon when local clubs and charities put on games sales competition and so much more to raise money for the funds. Plenty for the children to take part in and play on. Even the family dog can get involved in the fun dog show, have you got the wiggliest tail? Music will be provided throughout the afternoon by Cream of Hendrix experience, with local drummer David Driver. All type od food will be available from home made cakes, barbecue teas, beer and more. We look forward to seeing you all there.
Walk: On Wednesday the Walk for Strollers will take place under the guidance of Ijon Jenner. They will meet at the Bear car park at 9am and jon will lead you on an easy walk with like minded people. If you would like to join them just turn up or call jon on 01435 882045
Whist: The September Whist Drive will take place on Thursday evening at the Burwash Village hall from 7pm. These are fun friendly evenings when like minded people from the village, Robertsbridge, Hurst Green and Sandhurst enjoy each others company while they play cards. Entry is £3 and gets you 20 hands of cards and some light refreshments. Do come along and join us. Call Shirley on 882497 if you want more details or just come along.
Jamboree - Last weekend we had a lovely visit from Young Aaron Foord and his grandfather. They had come over to show us the photographs that Aaron had taken on his trip to the World Scout Jamboree in Japan in July/august. Many of you were kind enough to help when we raised funds to help him on his way and for that we are really grateful. He had an amazing time. Lots of scouts form around the world, 33,000 in fact all under canvas, it looked an awesome sight. He spent two days with a Japanese family, learned a lot about Japanese culture and food. This was a wonderful experience for him and was only possible with your help, so thank you all.
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