Bob’s Community Café

Bob's Community Cafe
Bob’s Community Café at Poynings Recreation Ground is opening today, Monday 30th (11:00am–5:00pm). We also hope to be open on Wednesdays and Fridays (11:00am–5:00pm), each week. We will have indoor and outdoor seating and be selling espresso, teas, home-made cakes, fresh sandwiches, ices and more. This is intended as a ‘community hub’ to bring people together but it must be remembered that we still have to cover the substantial costs of insurance, rent, etc.

Sheila Marshall

Games Evening (with Poynings)

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Table Tennis: Friday 20th July, 7:30pm: if the weather is fine then this event will be held at the outdoor table tennis table next to Poynings playing field (bring other outdoor games if you like); if the weather is poor then it will be in Poynings Village Hall. Followed by a visit to the Royal Oak.

All welcome. Ring me, or email me, on the day with any queries (e.g., about the weather) — Jen Green (552).

Beginners’ Writing Course

Creative Writing 101

2:00–4:00pm on Fridays 20th, 27th July, 3rd, 10th August 2018
at the Community Cafe, Poynings sports field

Writing exercises and friendly support to kick start and develop your ideas — we all have a story to tell. Contact Sandra Slinger on 01273 857205 for more information and to secure your place.

Four weeks for £20.00. All contributions will be donated to the Poynings Community Cafe. Tea and cakes will be available for purchase.

Games Evening (with Poynings)

Poynings ping pong table
Table Tennis: Friday 29th June, 7:30pm: if the weather is fine then this event will be held at the outdoor table tennis table next to Poynings playing field (bring other outdoor games if you like); if the weather is poor then it will be in Fulking Village Hall. Followed by a visit to the nearest pub, as usual.

All welcome. Ring me, or email me, on the day with any queries (e.g., about the weather) — Jen Green (552).

Poynings Country Fete

Poynings Fete
Please join us at our traditional village fete in the (former) rectory garden on Saturday 9th June from 2:00–4:30pm. This event helps fund the general upkeep of our beautiful Norman Church. There will be games and stalls for all ages — golf, toys, plants, cakes, books, a raffle and a tombola. Enjoy a scrumptious cream tea and watch the maypole dancing or puppet show with a glass of refreshing Pimms.