Music: Tonight is music night at the Pavilion in Burwash Common. Local talented singers and musicians would be delighted to see you there. They will entertain you with songs and music for all tastes. The fun begins at 8pm. if you have a talent for singing or playing a musical instrument of any kind why not go along and take part. There will be a licenced bar open.
Fair: The last minute preparations are being made ready for the annual summer fair on Monday. This is a chance for local charities and clubs/societies to raise much needed funds to help them to continue to survive. It is also a time when friends catch up with friends who have moved away from the village. All the usual summer fair attractions including coconut shy, crockery smash, tombolas, raffles, swing boats, barbecue, beer, teas, books, plants, homemade cakes and preserves, gifts and craft, face painting, ice creams live music throughout the afternoon, and so much more. The fun begins at 1pm with car parking available at the Swan Meadow playing field. (Please use the bottom entrance). We look forward to seeing you all the and this year the weather will be nice- we hope.
Whist: For those of you who enjoy our monthly whist drives, unfortunately, Thursday evenings has been cancelled due to lack of organisers availability. We apologise for anyone who will miss it but we just cannot avoid the cancelling. We will be back on the first Thursday in October.
Before School: As the last few days of the school summer holiday counting down, why not take the children to Bateman’s to take part in the Jungle book Trial. this happens everyday until 6 September and is great fun for the children as they seek out the jungle book animals hiding in the garden. Follow the trail and win a prize if you find them all. Normal admission plus £2.50. Call Bateman’s on 01435 882302 for more information.
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