St. Andrew’s Day Quiz

St. Andrew's quiz
At 7:00pm for 7:30pm, November 25th — this is always a popular event and promises to be a fun evening held once again at the Preston Nomads Pavilion in Clappers Lane. Tickets at £7.50 per person (in teams of four people) include a ploughman’s platter. Bar & raffle. Usually sells out so book now.

Contact Jane on 07812-465-559 to book and to enter teams.

Jane Warne

St. Andrew’s Day Quiz

St. Andrew's quiz
At 7:00pm for 7:30pm, November 27th — this is always a popular event and promises to be a fun evening held once again at the Preston Nomads Pavilion in Clappers Lane. Tickets at £7.50 per person (in teams of four people) include a ploughman’s platter. Bar & raffle. Usually sells out so book now.

Contact Jane on 07812-465-559 to book and to enter teams.

Jane Warne

St. Andrew’s Day Quiz

St Andrew's quiz
Advance notice: November 27th — this is always a popular event and promises to be a fun evening which will be held once again at the Nomad’s Pavilion in Clappers Lane. Tickets at £7.50 per person include a ploughman’s supper and sold out quickly last year — so let us know early if you would like to come.

Contact Jane on 07812-465-559 for more details and to enter teams.

Jane Warne

The colour of cricket

Non-whites at Preston Nomads

Unexpected coloured clothing

The weather had been drizzly all morning and there was no play before lunch, but soon afterwards the players emerged. My second surprise of the day was to see them in coloured clothing whereas I was expecting day one of a three day championship game normally played in whites. .. I returned the following day in somewhat better weather to see proper cricket, in whites, get underway.
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Residents’ car parking at Preston Nomads

Residents parking at Preston Nomads
Readers are reminded that there are half a dozen car parking spaces at Preston Nomads which are reserved for Fulking residents. The grounds are normally locked but those with parking spaces get their own keys and there is a lift-and-lock pole on each space. For legal reasons, there is a small fee to pay. Full details can be obtained from the Head Groundsman, Brian Sandalls, at the grounds.

To judge from the state of the grass (see above), only one of the six spaces is in current regular use.

Preston Nomads – Reply

Preston Nomads - Adjusted

Keeping the Peace

We should like to comment on Bobservation no. 2 – Preston Nomads, published in Pigeon Post at Christmas. The gist of it was that there had been a “mini-furore” over the recent licence application and that the club was architecturally attractive, wasn’t a nuisance and that we should “count our blessings and see if we cannot appreciate the club more”.

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