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                           WESTFIELD C.C. - League Update 2017

Congratulations to Peter Baker (Captain) and his team who finished our league season last Saturday (27th August) with a comprehensive and important win over closest rivals Kerala Strikers.

We are top of division 9. However, Kerala Strikers still have one more game to play next Saturday and if they win then they will take over as leaders of the division and we will finish in a creditable 2nd place. By finishing in 2nd place we are still guaranteed promotion again, and will play in division 8 next season. However this may change as ESCL are currently reviewing their league structure for next season, but we will still be playing at a higher level.

After 224* years of playing friendly matches the decision was made to enter a side into the East Sussex Cricket League, and we started in division 12 which is the lowest division so our progress has been excellent given that we will be in division 8 next season.

Congratulations must also go to the background members for all their hard work and support throughout the season, especially David (Leggy) Legg and his trusty helpers for providing the best wickets in the division, if not the county, every week.

It is testament to players and members that we were undefeated at home this season in the league and only lost early season friendly games when we were testing ourselves against higher level opposition.

We still have a programme of 6 friendly games before the end of the season, please check on our fixture list - the game against Sedlescombe CC is played for each year in memory of John Cornford who was well known to both teams.

* 224 is correct---cricket has been played in Westfield since 1790 according to local history and we joined the East Sussex League in 2014 so 224 years! 

 

 

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The Parish Council is pleased to report that a new roundabout has been installed on the Recreation Ground play area

 

East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service have issued the following to encourage householders to make their homes safer.

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We are looking forward to our Autumn Show on 9th September 2017, at the Westfield Community Hall, from 2.30pm - 4.30pm

Entry is free to members and children, and only 50p to non-members.

Although first impressions may be of a society that is just interested in showing fruit, vegetables and flowers, there are a number of other classes for wider appeal.

Why not have a go?

  • Bake something in the home produce section
  • Take a snap for the photography classes
  • Enter something you’ve created in the handicraft categories
  • Use your imagination arranging some flowers
  • Involve kids and grandchildren – there are classes for them too

Trophies and certificates are awarded in the show classes, and cash prizes in Floral Art and children's classes. Details are in the schedule, together with a calendar of events.  Outings arranged include:

 Membership fees for 2017 remain unchanged - £3 for an individual membership and £5 per couple/family. This represents great value for money and we look forward to you joining or re-joining. Tell your friends too!

Current members will be reminded about their subscription renewals. However if you are interested in joining and having some fun then please contact the WHS.

If you have any queries at any time please contact me on: 552485    

Thank you for your support

Catherine Collingwood