Burwash village voice

The final figure has come in from the Burwash Common playing field’s old fashioned village fete.

The organisers are saying that it is probably one of the best they have held, in all respects, the weather, the visitors and all the stall holders and competitions, and wish to thank you all for going along and making it so. They are pleased to say that £4.000 was raised, the most ever, Well done to everyone who worked so hard to make it such a success.

The monthly Age Concern lunch club will meet on Monday at the 12 noon in The Bear Motel. Anyone who 55 and over are welcome to go along and enjoy a delicious two course lunch for just £8. This is a nice friendly occasion to meet up with friends and make new ones. To book a place or for transport if needed you should contact Jazz Botting on 01435 882033 or Heather Lewis on 882080 or Maddie Ashbee on 883233.

The Burwash Branch of the royal British Legion will have a meeting on Monday evening, meeting in the Rose & Crown at 8pm. With the poppy appeal looming they will have much to discuss. all members are welcome to attend. You do not have to have been in any of our armed forces to be amember of the british legion. If you are interested and wish to find out more please call Charles merchant on 01435 882360 or Sir Frank Sanderson on 882345.

On Wednesday evening the Burwash Amateur Pantomime Society (BAPS) will be holding their AGM in the meeting room at the village hall at 8pm.They will be preparing for their new production, and looking for willing volunteers for stage, and behind the scenes. If you are interested in am-dram then do go along on Wednesday.

On Saturday 29th September, there will be a coffee morning in aid of MacMillan Nurses in the Scout Hut. If you can help, ie. cakes time etc. then pleases call Heather Lewis on 10435 882080. Your support will be invaluable.

A new venture began a few weeks ago to coincide with the visit of the mobile library to the village. From 11.30am until 12.30pm you are invited to go along to the village hall for coffee, where there will also be books and jigsaw puzzles to browse and buy. All takings will go to the village hall maintenance funds. If you have books or puzzles you would like to donate, please call shirley Viney on 01435 882497 or Linda maude-Roxby on 882243. Why not pop along and see what they have.

Mary Taylor, Holton Cottages