PLANT SALE: On Saturday May 21, Barcombe Garden Club will be holding its Annual Plant Sale in the village hall, 9am to 11.30am. This is the one not to miss, outstanding plants at very competitive prices
BOWLING CLUB: The first game of the outdoor season was played against the Isle of Thorns (Chelwood Gate) in a mixture of sunshine, rain and snow and, to add to their misery, Barcombe lost by 30 shots to 72. The return match was played three days later at Barcombe. This time the weather was better, but Barcombe still lost 49 shots to 73. However, the home game against Lewes on Wednesday, May 4, saw a change in fortune as Barcombe won 79 shots to 61. The club will welcome any new members. If you are interested come along any Monday evening from 6 pm onwards and try your hand. We meet at the Pavilion on the recreation ground, and can supply all the equipment you need for a trial and an enjoyable game in the sunshine. Contact Steve Brown on 01273 401643
CRICKET: ESCL Div 2 Laughton v Barcombe. Laughton 260-7 dec in 49.4 overs: Allan Trower 3-75, Joe Wheatley 2-45. Barcombe 88 all out in 32.3 overs: Paul Coppard 29, extras 23.
MINDFULLNESS COURSE: At Barcombe Village Hall. Eight week MBCT course (mindfulness-based cognitive therapy) that can help people manage stress, pain and anxiety, prevent relapse into low mood and enhance general well-being. Free intro session 1pm to 2pm Tuesday for anyone interested. Course runs 1pm to 3pm Tuesday May 24 to July 12. Contact Teresa Gane 07957 858583 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or www.everydayspace.co.uk
NEW CLASS: New Body Conditioning Class on Thursdays 7.15pm to 8.15pm at Barcombe Village Hall. Come and get fit for summer. Contact: Rachael Brown 07973187568 www.rachaelbrowntherapy.com.
NEW SUSSEX OPERA: Performs King Arthur at Barcombe Village Hall on Bank Holiday Monday, May 30, at 7pm. Tickets available online or from Barcombe Stores.
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