Burwash Common and Weald Residents’ Association

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The Pavilion   The Police    St Philip Church   Fairfield Surgery  Ramblers Association   Battle Community Transport

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Hair Salon * Beauty Salon * Podiatrist

High Street Burwash

East Sussex TN19 7EY

Tel: 01435 882485

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Burwash Weald

TN19 7LG

Professional Independent Chimney Sweep

ICS Trained, Insured with photographic ID

All flues catered for, open fires, wood burners, coal stoves, Agas, Rayburns—gas  and oil

CCTV inspections undertaken—competitive rates


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G E N E R A L   B U I L D E R S

Broadacres, Burwash Common, East Sussex,TN19 7JR


     Telephone 01435 882652          Mobile 07831367282

       Fax 01435 882604                   Email a_bcon@yahoo.co.uk


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Text Box: AGM
Wednesday 4th March 2020  
 7.30 pm
The Pavilion

Guest Speaker 
UK Power Networks
Do you have questions about the power supply?
Do you have questions about power cuts?
Come along to our meeting and hear about the improvements made to the supply in the area and have the opportunity to ask your questions
The meeting is open to all residents of  Burwash Common and Burwash Weald 
 Non-members as well as members are welcome to attend

Contact us by email at bcwra2017@gmail.com

Text Box: Walking Footballers tackle Cellarhead Brewery….

Early January saw the Burwash over 50’s Walking Footballers take on possibly
 their toughest task to date – A tour of the Cellarhead Micro-Brewery at Flimwell.
Despite the challenge facing them ten brave Burwash old Boys (BoBs) converged
 on the brewery at midday on a Saturday for an enlightening and informative tour 
under the guidance of owner Chris McKenzie
With a beer in hand we were guided through the complexities of the brewing process and a brief history of the company.
Cellarhead Brewing Company started life around three years ago in Framfield nr Uckfield under the guidance of Chris who had no previous knowledge of brewing but did have lots of experience in running companies and businesses in the Middle East oil sector.
Demand for the beer quickly outstripped their brewing capacity and they moved to Flimwell just a year ago where production has tripled to 240,000 pints a year – that’s a lot of hangovers!
We learnt that rather than compete with the big brewer’s in the ‘Best Bitter’ market they would produce small batch specialist ales using only English grown malts and Kentish/Sussex hops sourced direct from the farms.  The results are superior quality, distinctive beers with a delicious hoppy after taste.
Not only are they a local business supporting local producers and providing local employment but they are completely immune to the affects of Brexit  (apart from Chris who is Scottish but we don’t want to go there)
We tasted Chris’ Session Pale Ale, a darker beer made with Golden Syrup called Flapjack and a third beer I can’t remember!
Afterwards we had a superb cheese platter lunch and a few more beers before our taxi’s arrived and were forced to go home.
Returning to our main purpose, Walking Football, we are now back, after the Christmas break, at Ahrens Hall Etchingham on a Tuesday evening so if you are over 50 years old and fancy having a go give Steve Mintram a call on 01435 882444  You don’t have to reside in Burwash to take part.  Further activities planned, apart from the regular football, includes Curling at Fenton’s Ice Rink in March, a trip to a ‘proper’ football match in April, a Golf Day in May and something new……. A Walking Footballer’s 2021 Calendar!