Entertainment for Friday 31st October: Children’s Halloween Party at Robertsbridge Club, £4 entrance on the door. All-inclusive with food, sweets, music, games and so much more. Raising funds for Chestnut Tree House and Great Ormond Street Hospital. Twinning Association Quiz Night at Robertsbridge Hall with doors open at 7.30pm for an 8pm start. Please ring Sandie on 01580 880977 for ticket availability.

Robertsbridge Village Food and Craft Market: this is on tomorrow Saturday 1st November between 10am – 12 noon. 24 stalls are booked leading up to the Christmas Market on 6th December. Egypt’s Farm is due with trailer and pan for sausage tasting, outside if the weather is good. A one off visit from two textile artists. Village cakes will be taking orders for Christmas; there will also be Fran Courtney with her pottery, The Proper Tea Co. from Pett and the usual crafts and food treats and the great value fruit and veg. Enquiries to Sally Pitman on 01580 881944 or go to

Films shows: Next Friday 7th November at Robertsbridge Hall you can see The Grand Budapest Hotel, doors open at 7pm for a 7.30pm start. On Saturday 8th there is another chance to see `Goodbye Piccadilly` at the Church Rooms in Fair Lane. There are 2 showings, one at 3pm and the other at 8pm.

Bonfire Society: next meetings at Robertsbridge Club 8pm on November 6th and 13th. Still time to sign up to help with marshalling or collecting. Please contact Pete Claridge on 880468 if you can help in any way.

LADIES DARTS: After last week’s hiding we played well against The Bear II at home last Monday. There were single victories for Jackie Danaher and Steph Goldsmith while we levelled the match at 4-4 after doubles wins for Dawn Mitchell/Steph and Alice Hodges/Carol Apps. We lost the first two trebles but Alice/Jackie/Steph won the last game in the 6-5 defeat. There were high scores from Alice[101,75], Jackie[94,84,78], Steph[79] and Dawn[71]. Next Monday[3rd] we are away to The Red Lion 8p.m.

FRIDAY DARTS: Our season started with a trip to The White Hart where we lost 5-2 in the singles with Keith Stone and Michael Stone our only victors while we lost all the doubles games. There were 100+ scores from Michael[140,102, 4x100], Alice Hodges[107] and Stuart Miller[100]. We won pushpenny 3-2 with wins for Michael Stone, David Goodsell and Dave Fortsch while Alan Apps scored a ‘goldwatch’. Tonight we are playing Old King John at The Millers in the Knockout Cup 8p.m.

Sandie Madge & Sue Paine

The Floral Boutique, 20 High Street