Burwash village voice

My apologies to anyone who went along to the Burwash Common Pavilion last Friday for the quiz night, unfortunately made a mistake and it is tonight.

Teams of six are invited to go along and join in at £2 per person. The licensed bar will be open. To book a table call Karol Richardson on 01435 883318.

Something Blue will be performing at a special event being held in St Philip’s church in Burwash common tomorrow evening, from 7.30pm. Folk, roots, blues, bluegrass americana, will have you feet tapping. Supporting band - 21 Whiskies will also be performing. Tickets are £10 each or £8 for Friends of St Philip’s, available from The Church, Shanks Nursery and The Bear. or by calling 01435 882856 or 883264.

The Burwash Quilters are putting on an exhibition of their beautiful quilts on Sunday at the Burwash Village Hall. Entry is £3 and includes refreshments, from 10am to 4pm. There will be a quilt raffle in aid of Demelza House. THese very gifted sewers have made some beautiful quilts in the past so do go along and see what they have on show this time, it will be inspiring.

The Burwash Short Mat Bowls club have come to the end of another enjoyable league season. Their last match was away to Five Ashes with Five Ashes winning three games to one. The club will be holding their AGM on Monday evening from 8pm, and would be pleased to see you there. They are busy trying to recruit new members for this enjoyable sport. If you have played or never picked a wood up but would like to join us, please give Mary Taylor a call on 01435 882107, she will be able to give you all the information you need. The club still have two cups to play for internally, The Pegeric Cup a knock out singles and THe Memorial cup which is a round robin tournament.

The monthly parish footpath walk will take place on Monday morning leaving the Bear car park at 9am. You are all very welcome to join Roger cloke who will guide you over the public footpaths that are around our lovely villages. The walks are usually over in time for lunch.

The next course in the Community Weight Loss Challenge begins on Tuesday evening at 7pm in the Annex of Christ the King Catholic Church, with free parking in the church car park. The course costs £39 for twelve weeks, with Sue Tonkin leading us through the pitfalls of over indulging on food and drink. Sue has been coming to Burwash four over three years now and has really helped some of us with our weight problems. I lost four dress sizes thanks to her friendliness and guidance. If you would like a place call Sue on 01892784741 or come along on Tuesday evening. What better time to start with summer just around the corner.

Mary Taylor, Holton Cottages