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Classics Club (with coffee and cake) starting 23rd September 2019
Fortnightly on Mondays 10.15am to 11.30am at Burwash Common Pavilion
Reserve your place! (No deposit required)
Join Classics tutor, writer and lecturer, Caroline Mackenzie, for an odyssey around the ancient worlds of Greece and Rome. The Classics Club will meet fortnightly and in each term will examine a different topic from the Classical World.
The first six sessions (Mondays 23rd September, 7th October, 21st October, 4th November, 18th November and 2nd December) will focus on Greek and Roman Art and Archaeology (from Athens to Roman Britain). The cost is £8 per session, including tea/coffee and cake.
Please contact Caroline at email@example.com to reserve a place - no deposit is payable.
Attendees are welcome to come along to any number of the sessions - there is no obligation to commit to the whole term.
For more information on Caroline’s work, her website is www.carolinetutor.co.uk
7.30 for an 8pm prompt start.
As usual, teams of up to six at £1 per person to enter, cash prizes.
Burwash Beauties will be on sale @ £2.00 or £2.50 with a roll .
So book in to ensure that there will enough for all
Bar open with Harvey's on sale
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Come along to support your village team. That the bar will be open all afternoon will obviously not sway your decision - you will be there to see the excellence of the players....
at 7.30pm hosted by Betty McBride
Tickets are £10 each, to include a supper of Cottage Pie.
Tables of 6 with just 3 remaining places
Please contact, Alison, on 01435 882650 or 07763 376158
Always an "interesting" game.
Bar open all afternoon, which may explain some of that
The proposed new Pedestrian Access Gate from the far end of the churchyard to the church will be dedicated to the 100th anniversary of WW1.
The Play Equipment is being well used. We should make clear that the adult play equipment is NOT approved for use by children.
Classics Club (with coffee and cake) starting in September 2019 on Mondays 10am to 11.30am at Burwash Common Pavilion.
Join Classics tutor, writer and lecturer, Caroline Mackenzie, for an Odyssey around the Ancient worlds of Greece and Rome. The Classics Club will meet weekly and in each half-term will examine a different topic from the Classical World. These will include: Art and Archaeology (from Athens to Roman Britain); Literature (including texts such as Homer’s Iliad & Odyssey and Virgil’s Aeneid); and an Introductory/Refresher course in Latin.
If you might be interested in attending, or would like further information, please contact Caroline at email@example.com . This is at no obligation but will help her to tailor the course according to demand and to incorporate any special requests.
Caroline provides private tuition in Latin, Greek and Classical Civilisation. Her tutees include pupils studying for the Common Entrance, GCSE and A’ Level as well as retirees taking up the Classical languages for fun.
For more details, Caroline’s website is www.carolinetutor.co.uk
Our bankers, Barclays sponsored our Raffle. www.barclays.co.uk or pop into the friendly Heathfield branch
Higher Nature, based opposite the playing field, lived up to their promise giving us all a bounce on the Inflatables. 0800 458 4747 or www.highernature.co.uk
A lovely prize, thank you.
Also a lovely course and excellent facilities - Graham can vouch for the quality of the food!
One lucky winner is looking good!
Pop over to find out what's on offer and let us know so we can fill out this section
Butchers in Hailsham Road
and the amazing Cafe along the A265 towards Broad Oak
Bateman's sponsored the Bowls with entry to the house and tea for two in the excellent tea room. www.nationaltrust.ork.uk/batemans
Our own local is OPEN! again. Hooray!!!.
Welcome to the new team. Some of you will have experienced the Maynard family's hospitality at the White Hart in Wadhurst.
You can read more at the Heathfield News:
Food, Beer, Wine, Coffee, WHat more could you want. Hidden away off the High Street in beautiful Burwash. http://www.theroseandcrownburwash.co.uk/
We have some wonderful pubs in this area. This one is a nice bike ride from Burwash Common (if you have an electric bike it's even nicer.) The Bell is more than a pub, it's also an hotel. Their website is good too: https://www.thebellinticehurst.com/
Where we get most of the supplies for our bar. Trade only but very friendly and helpful staff. https://www.booker.co.uk
In Burwash and Etchingham. The home of the Burwash Beauty, as enjoyed at our monthly Quiz evenings. http://www.jarvisbutchers.co.uk/
If we've missed anyone out, humble apologies. Please let us know - the web boy has been off for a few weeks and hasn't got himself organised yet!.