JUMBLE SALE: In aid of the Pavilion takes place at the village hall tomorrow, Saturday. Please take jumble donations to the hall from 9am to midday and do go along at 2pm, there are sure to be lots of bargains. Along with jumble there will be a tombola, refreshments, good as new items, bric-a-brac, books, toys, clothes and linen.
FOOTPATH SOCIETY: Have a 6.5 mile walk on Wednesday and all are welcome to join in this walk; just meet at Fletching village car park (Map Ref: 429 235) and be ready to start walking at 10.30am. The walk will include Fonthill Wood, Shortbridge, Piltdown Golf Course and lunch at The Peacock. For more details call Bernie Kempton on 01825 722649 or 07791247025.
JUMBLE SALE: In aid of the tennis club takes place at the village hall on Saturday September 10. Please take jumble donations to the hall from 9am to midday and do go along at 2pm, there are sure to be lots of bargains. Along with jumble there will be a tombola, refreshments, good as new items, bric-a-brac, books, toys, clothes and linen.
WALK: Four mile circular walk with the Footpath Society, starts at the village hall (Map Ref: 362 165) on Sunday September 11 at 2pm. For more information contact the walk leader Jo Taylor on 01273 890450 or 07870142108
WI: Lee Duyvesteyn will be speaking about her bees at the Women’s Institute meeting, at the village hall, on Wednesday September 14 starting at 7.30pm. Visitors are always welcome.
FLOWER BORDERS: At the village hall, are to have a make-over on Sunday September 18. The aim of this work party, organised by the village hall committee, is to start clearing the borders around the village hall in preparation for re-planting and making the area look more attractive. Most of the shrubs were planted when the hall was built twenty years ago and now need replacing or pruning. The parish council have pledged to support this project by providing £100 per quarter. Notcutts have also agreed to provide sponsorship for plants. The work party will start at 10am and there will be no real finish time, just whatever time you can spare. Take your own tools (such as fork, spade, loppers and secateurs) with you. Please contact Sue Akers on 01273 891701, or by email [email protected], if you able to help. It is hoped that lots of people will get involved with this project and make it enjoyable to do.
IN THE SHADE: Is the title of Carollynne Meer’s demonstration at the flower club meeting on Wednesday September 21, at the village hall, at 7.30pm. The cost at the door is 50 pence for members and £2.50 for visitors who are very welcome.
BOWLS CLUB: The club invites you to a free taster session on Sunday October 9, at the village hall, from 9.30am till noon. Do go along and give short mat bowls a try, meet members and enjoy a cup of coffee and biscuits. All ages will be made welcome. Equipment (bowls etc) will be provided; you just need flat shoes or slippers. Members will be only too pleased to show you the basic rules and let you have a go. The club meets every Thursday evening, during the season, from September to April. They have club competitions, play friendly matches and in the Wealden League. In addition club members enjoy social events. For more information contact Malcolm Beard on 01273 890826 or just turn up on Sunday October 9 and enjoy the taster session.
FESTIVE FAIR: In support of St Peter and St James Hospice will be held on Saturday November 26, at the village hall, from midday till 4pm. Plans are well underway and the organisers would love to hear from anyone who would like to have a stall. If you would like one please contact Terry Thompsett 01273891256 or [email protected]
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