That is a serious blow, the loss of a good Interleague venue. A nice colourful pub on the side of a hill opposite an impressive church.
I think if Horsham had to pick our most enjoyable visit last season it would be that one - fond memories of an honest table, a good jukebox, comfortable settee to park the posterior on, some really tasty pizza, and the episode of Dick Cable, Shirley and the necklace !
If you find somewhere half as good you'll be doing well.
Agree with you tommo a great venue which added to the enjoyment of the game, and thats what its mostly about at our level of play.
Table may be comming back... not sure about the team... :'(
Post by gandalf the untidy on Aug 25, 2016 11:56:46 GMT
Hi BB Fans
Sad to report that the 4 pin Interleague match will be the last match to be played a the hospital club, the Lewes team based there are going to other venues so Dave has decided to have the table removed.
Hi BB Fans Sad to report that the 4 pin Interleague match will be the last match to be played a the hospital club, the Lewes team based there are going to other venues so Dave has decided to have the table removed.
What a shame ! I recall spending a really enjoyable day at REHSC not so long ago:
Just returned from an excellent day of the noble sport of 4-Pin hosted by Gandalf at the Eastbourne Hospital Staff Social Club. Unfortunately a reduced lineup - the original 18 became 12 die-hards so very little "cannon fodder". This meant that Colin was able to re-schedule so we had double legs, everyone playing 8 frames in total !
Our day started with a huge full English breakfast on arrival, and between rounds we could go out to take the sun on the balcony overlooking the swimming pool.
Congratulations to whoever won out of the semifinalists Phil and Bob Osborne, Colin Southouse and young James Bown.
We enjoyed the day and thanks once again.
Looking forward to meeting up with you all next Wednesday for the final hurrah......
Post by bigjimsilverfox on Aug 2, 2017 13:40:12 GMT
Half Moon, Cade Street
I had a knock about on this table last Saturday lunchtime, table takes the OLD 10p coin available for £1 from behind the bar. Break ok and pretty level had a bit of fun well worth stopping off and a lovely pint of Hoggs back T E A
Heathfield - Cade Street. Area steeped in history: orig.villagenet.co.uk/?h=21 Jack Cade made the fatal mistake of claimimg he was a 'Mortimer' (= of noble breeding). When the pardons were issued, his was in the name of Mortimer, so there was none in the name of Jack Cade as only one per person could be granted. Hence his arrest and execution for his part in the uprising.