The Trustees send Best Wishes for the New Year to all our supporters and friends.
The 2019 calendar is growing - Summer Fayre, Cricket fixtures, Rude Mechanicals and more!
The Playing Field is holding its Annual General Meeting on Friday 22nd February at the Village Hall. Start time is 7:30 pm. All welcome. Admission free. There will be drinks and nibbles available. Meet the Trustees, find out all about what we have achieved in 2018 and our plans for 2019. You can also ask those difficult questions and if you want, you can volenteer to help us in all sorts of ways.
This event is part of the Hadlow Down "Village AGM" where a number of village organisations all have their AGM's on the same evening to encourage you all to come along. You will quickly realise that in many cases the same people appear on more than one committee!
Thanks to the efforts of the Parish Council and volunteers, we now have two new picnic tables in a lovely new cleared area under the trees.
The ground's looking a bit bare now but will green up once spring arrives.
So, during the long hot summer of 2019 (hopefully!) you will be able to relax in the shade of the pine trees and watch your children playing.
We had a fantastic evening, as you know if you were there.
Some of the fireworks mortar tubes.
Many thanks for your donations. You have not let us down with the bucket collection so far. We like to have the event "free" and rely on your donations - unlike most other events.
See the whole show...
At about 5 minutes in notice the 100 red shooting stars to mark the anniversary of the armistice.
And of course the "Normus Gurt Bonfire". Here is the point when the Guy feels the heat.
Thanks to our sponsors without which the bonfire and fireworks event would not be possible
The New Inn
Hadlow Down Village Fayre
Adrian Vaughan Woodworks
The Shepherds Rest and Mini Bah
Phillip Waters Motor Engineers
Uckfield Rugby Club
Buxted Park Cricket Club
D. Roberts - Tree Surgeon
The Kings Mill Practice
All the things we did not get round to in 2018 and more.
Dates will be announced here. Please come along to help. We usually organise bacon rolls, tea, coffee or even a few beers!
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