Robertsbridge Twinning Association is holding a Quiz Night tonight 19th October at Robertsbridge Hall starting at 7.30pm.
Tomorrow morning Saturday 20th October is Flu Clinic at Oldwood Surgery between 9.30am – 11.30am. If you are in the vulnerable groups and need to have a vaccination then just turn up there is no appointment needed.
Robertsbridge United FC in association with JackpotEntertainments.co.uk presents … Race night at Robertsbridge Club tomorrow evening 20th October with doors opening at 7.30pm.
Next Friday 26th October is when St Marys Church and the Robertsbridge Branch of the Royal British Legion join forces and are holding a Quiz Night at the Church Room in Fair Lane. Doors will open at 7.30pm for the quiz to start at 7.45pm. Tickets are £6 per person to include a ploughman’s supper. There will be a licensed bar available and also a raffle.
Robertsbridge Community Association is taking a coach trip to the World Heritage Site of Greenwich next Saturday 27th October. Please contact Anne on 01580 880457 for availability and further details.
November is fast approaching and there is to be a Remembrance Concert held at St Marys Church Salehurst on Sunday 4th November at 6pm. This is to be an evening of music, poetry and prose and will feature ROCOCO, St Marys Church Choir, members of the West End Show `Top Hat` plus other guests.
Bonfire Night is also fast approaching and if you would like to buy a programme to tell you all the times etc. about the evening on November 17th they are available from the shops and pubs in the village at the very reasonable price of still only £1.00 Collectors and marshals are still needed and if you would like to help out with either of these jobs then please contact Sandie at the Floral Boutique on 880977 or pop in and see her and give her your details. Torch making is taking place on Sunday mornings for any bonfire society members, and the next meeting is on Thursday 1st November at Robertsbridge Club starting at 8.30pm.
LADIES DARTS: Losing 6-5 in our first match we reversed the score away at Ticehurst Club. In the singles Jackie Danaher, Dawn Mitchell and Steph Goldsmith all won to give us a 3-2 lead but with only Alice Hodges/Dawn winning the doubles match it was all square at 4-4 going into the trebles. We won the first game thanks to Carol Apps/Eileen Morgan/Steph but lost the second which meant it was down to the last game which Eileen/Carol/Rosemary Clifford won for a nail biting 6-5 victory. There were high scores for Steph[111,86], Jackie[95 twice], Dawn and Eileen. On Monday[8th] we are at home to The White Hart(Netherfield) at 8p.m.
DARTS: Tonight we do not have a game.
Rachel Feeley, 17 Smith Close, Ninfield