Our meeting on Sunday 25th July will be a ‘Freedom’ barbeque which Malcolm and Hazel are hosting in their garden just outside Forest Row from 12 noon. Malcom and Hazel will have 2 barbeques (one specifically for vegetarians) and will provide rolls and salads. Please bring your own chairs, tables, plate and cutlery as well as the food you want to barbeque and whatever you want to drink. They will need to know numbers by 18th July so please email them to let them know you are coming by 18th July to firstname.lastname@example.org. The address is Little Tompsets, Tompsets Bank, Forest Row, East Sussex, RH18 5LN. It is a little bit off the beaten track so Malcolm will put directions on our website and in a group email. This date has been chosen to avoid clashing with Mogfest, the British GP and the Silverstone Classic.
As Covid restrictions will still be in force the assembly is limited to 30 people max.
PLEASE NOTE – THIS MEETING IS ON A WEDNESDAY, NOT THE USUAL SUNDAY
Our August meeting will be at 1.00p.m. in the upstairs room at The Bent Arms, in Lindfield . After lunch there will be a simple, walking treasure hunt around Lindfield, taking approximately an hour. There is nothing to collect, just searching for the answers to clues. Sexmoggers are welcome to come just to the lunch, or just for the treasure hunt if they wish.
The Bent Arms all be supplying a menu nearer the date, and we shall be asking for numbers and menu choices. The noggin is being organised by David and Marilyn Neary and Geoff Roberts.
For September we will revert to the 2nd Sunday with a day at The Firle Hill Climb Revival. John Loveridge has organised for us a level and flat grassed area near the paddock where we can park and picnic (bring your own tables and chairs). This is mainly a spectating day but it is possible for 2 cars to participate (climb the hill) at a cost of £50 per car, an entry form is on The Firle Hill Climb Revival website and the closing date for entries is 30th June. However only cars 1989 or earlier are allowed to drive up the hill. There is no charge for spectators but as this is a charity event for 2 East Sussex charities for disabled children it is hoped that all will make a suitable donation. As this is a revival meeting period dress is welcomed. Although this is called The Firle Hill Climb Revival it is not in Firle itself. The address is The Paddock, Bopeep Lane, Near Selmeston BN26 6UJ.