Sandie Madge & Sue Paine, The Floral Boutique, 20 High Street

Tomorrow Saturday 14th September St. Mary’s Breakfast Group will be having breakfast at the Salehurst Halt at 8.45am. This is the time for a chat and a catch up and there will be a speaker on `Christ in the Harvest`. All are very welcome to attend. For further details please call 01580 880238.

The Robertsbridge Aviation Society will be holding a Jumble Sale on Saturday 14th September at Bush Barn TN32 5PA between 2pm-4pm. There will free parking and light refreshments will be available during the afternoon. Admission is also free but any donations are always gratefully received. Thanks go to all the people that supported the Open Day on 12th August where a grand total of £446.00 profit was made. This goes to help the upkeep of the museum and the collection exhibits of WW1 – WW11 and beyond. The museum will be open as usual on the last Sunday of the month for September and October from 2pm – 5pm. If you would like any further information please call 01424 773428.

Sunday 15th September between 5pm – 8pm you can go and listen to live music at The Salehurst Halt. There will be a local line up with Andrew MacGregor, Paul Bielecki and others, with hopefully much local interest and support.

Thursday 19th September is the next evening of Progressive Whist at Robertsbridge Hall starting at 7pm. everyone is welcome.

Robertsbridge Bonfire Society will be holding its next meeting on Thursday 19th at Robertsbridge Club starting at 8pm.

If you would like to be a collector or a marshal on Bonfire Night please let Sandie know at the Floral Boutique and she will pass the information onto the person that needs to know.

Kent and East Sussex Railway will be holding A `Return to Robertsbridge ` Gala on the weekend of 21st and 22nd September. This will be from 10.30am and will see the first public steam train service since 1961 run between Robertsbridge and Northbridge Street. Steam and Diesel service between Tenterden and Bodiam DMMU operating between Tenterden and Junction Road. There will be a free bus service between Northiam and Robertsbridge England’s finest rural light railway. For more information you can go to or ring 01580 765155.

There is to be an exhibition of Film and Art by the Young People in our community. It is on between 23rd – 27th September 6pm – 8pm, 2nd – 7th October 6pm-8pm, and on October 4th between 3pm – 5pm. This is being held at Robertsbridge Youth Centre and is Young People talking to the community through their Art. The opening and launch is on 23rd September and it will be the time to show your support for our young people by going along to see what they have to say. This next piece has been taken from an article written by Sam Gibson,

Paige Weatherson and Tiff Wares. `We know some of you think we’re a nuisance. The purpose of this exhibition is to attempt to show you, the public that stereotypes some of you may have do not apply to all young people in the community. (The stereotypes that we have of you may change too.) We hope to show you that we can achieve things and that we work hard and that are good at things we do: whether it’s Art, Singing, Photography, Directing or Acting, we are all good at different things. `

If you would like more details on this Exhibition please contact Ian Price on 07876037608 or

On Friday 27th September the Film Show evenings will start again at Robertsbridge Hall. The doors open at 7pm with the film showing at 7.30pm. This first film of the season will be `Quartet`.

Saturday 28th September will see Robertsbridge Utd.FC holding its Quiz Night at Robertsbridge Club starting at 7.30pm. Teams will be of 5 players and will cost £2.00 per person.

The autumn has certainly taken hold, which can only mean Flu Jabs. The Oldwood Surgery will be holding its Flu Clinics on Saturday 28th September between 8.30am – 12.30pm, Monday 7th October between 2pm – 4pm and Saturday 12th October between 8.30am – 12.30 pm. This year it is by appointment so please ring up and book an appointment with the receptionist on 01580 880790. Don`t just turn up without an appointment as you may be offended if you are turned away.

Stoolball: Our final tournament of the season was at Brightling Ladies on Sunday[8th] where we only had 7 players and one of those was her first ever game of stoolball, however our young side competed well but lack of experience meant that we failed to win any of our three matches but we learned a lot from the games and hopefully the side will be better next year. Our sesason draws to a close on Sunday 22nd September 2013 when we have our Presentation and Fun Day at the Cricket Ground at 1p.m. with drinks and refreshments for all the players and supporters so why not come and join in the fun and see the oldest game in Sussex played.