ROAD NEWS: Southern Water should be finishing the work on the verge of the London Road near Lower Stumble in the next day or two. This was work to repair a sewer. Starting on Monday 27 June there will be two way signals on the Handcross Road while BT installs duct in the carriageway, so look out for disruptions.
FLOWER CLUB: meet on Friday 24 June at 7.30 pm in the Parish Room. This month’s demonstrator is Carolynne Meer and her theme is “Recycling”. They look forward to seeing their members and visitors will be most welcome.
ROYAL BRITISH LEGION: Coffee Morning takes place on Saturday 25 June at 10.00 am until 12 noon in the Parish Room. The Royal British Legion provides lifelong support for the Armed Forces community - serving men and women, veterans, and their families, so do come along and support. Cakes, books, bric-a-brac - all will be welcomed. For more information contact Pennie at The Rectory on 811249. Why not try the Legion’s monthly fish & chip and bingo evenings every third Thursday at 7pm in the Forest Room – all welcome. To book your place call Pennie on 811249.
LOTTO DRAW: Balcombe Club will be drawing their monthly lotto prize winners on Saturday 25 June at 6.00 pm in the Club. There is an attendance prize in addition to the other prizes.
QUIZ: Pam and Barrie are asking the questions on Sunday 26 June at 8.00 pm in the Club. Teams of four.
BALCOMBE CLUB: welcomes Michelin-Starred Chef Steve Crane to the Forest Room on Saturday 25 June, when for £38 per head, you can enjoy his fabulous gourmet skills right on your doorstep. Not to be missed these rare events are normally a sell-out so call 811226 as soon as possible to secure your place.
BALCOMBE BOWLS CLUB: Results Saturday 18 June Balcombe 89: Southwick Park 46. Sunday 19 June Balcombe 34: Felbridge 58.
ST. MARY’S CHURCH: Sunday 26 June 8am Holy Communion, 10am Parish Eucharist and Sunday School. Wednesday 29 June 9.30 am Monthly meeting at the Rectory. All welcome.
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