THE Rude Mechanical Theatre Company gave us all another of their amazing performances last Friday evening.
The Weather held warm and dry as the story unfolded about the disappearance of Marjory Daw. The sporting us back to the ‘60’s with mods & rockers, mimi skirts etc. this was cleverly acted by the small cast who all took on several different characters each. At some times risque and often funny we had a great time. Thank you to all those involved.
THE Weather also held for the twenty/twenty cricket match on sunday, at the playing fields. Two teams from the village played against each other. The first innings finished very close with just a few runs in it. At time of writing i am unsure of the final result, except that they all had a great time, with playing young and younger!! I was a shame that more hadn’t taken the opportunity to have a family day and join the crowds watching.
On Monday morning the next monthly Parish Footpath walk will take place, with Roger Cloke leading the way. You are all welcome to join him as he leads you over the net work of public footpaths around the parish. The walks start at 9am at the Bear Car Park and usually end in time for lunch. Dogs are welcome provided they are kept under control, especially around livestock.
THE Age Concern, Burwash branch lunch club also meet on monday, to enjoy a lovely cooked two course meal at £8 per person at the Bear motel. Anyone over 55 is welcome to join them. To book a place please call Jazz Botting on 882033 or Heather Lewes on 882080 or Maddie Ashbee on 883233. they may also be able to arrange transport if you should need it.
Mary Taylor, Holton Cottages