This year marks the third year of the Weald Living Advent Calendar when residents feature a scene in their windows.
There was an above average attendance at the recent Weald Cricket Club AGM in The Windmill Pub. This was because the future of the club is in doubt as the finances and lack of players means that on paper, the
Mike and Judy Whiddett will be stationed outside the Weald Community Shop on Saturday 28 September between 08.30am – noon with their apple-juicing machine
Film Club taster session for children from Year 5 and Year 6 at Weald C.P. School was so successful that two more sessions are being planned.
There are fears that Weald Cricket Club may not be able to play for the foreseeable future because of a lack of players.
WEALD residents packed the Memorial Hall recently to celebrate the second anniversary of the opening of the village community shop which was set up following the closure of Susan’s, the last remaining village store.
BUMPER HARVEST: There is a long and impressive list of vegetables that can be entered for the Weald Horticultural Society’s Autumn Show on 7 September in Weald Memorial Hall (public entry 3pm). The list includes lettuce, beetroot, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower,
Extra volunteers are needed on Sunday 1 September to assist at the Weald St Georges 10k run, which has been voted by readers of Runners World as one of the top three 10K events in the South East.