TV for Sale

We have had the following message form the Legion:

Good home wanted for a Techwood 32” LCD TV, as previously seen in The Legion!
It has the usual connections including HDMI and Scart.
Any reasonable offer will be considered.
Call Jon on 390075 if you are interested or have any queries.

Horticultural Trip

Group Trip June 2018

Parwich Open Gardens


What a Team!


The weather still continues to shine on us and so at present do the bowling gods, we are playing scarily well! Some of the wheels have got to come off soon.

Tuesday League.

Away – Matlock Golf Club – 12 June – 6.00pm

Why is it that there are some teams you play against that always seem to beat you. The Golf Club is one such team for us. Having said that there are a few occasions when you manage an unexpected win and this was one such occasion. Clara E and Harry B battled away all through the game and won on the last end 21 – 20. Tony and Sue could not quite match them losing 14 – 21. Dennis E playing with John B played their little socks off and won, much against form 21 – 16. Could an unlikely win be on the cards? Our Captain Dawn playing this week with Edith showed no mercy and romped home 21 – 8. Final score Golf Club 65, Parwich 77 what a win. We had taken a slender lead at the top of the Division, but I’m not sure if this win will keep us there. No match next week.

Next match – BLANK WEEK.

Thursday Friendly League.

Home – Chatsworth B – 14 June – 1.45pm.

It’s strange how fixture computers pull teams out of the ‘hat’, but we had to play another Chatsworth team again this week. They are not quite as good as their ‘A’ team, but are still very worthy opponents, however when you come up against a team like Parwich in such scintillating form watch out. In the doubles games Dennis E, partnered by Liz H, carried on his form from Tuesday night. Our pair won 21 -1. Ian J and John H also had a cracking win 21 – 15. Although Dot H and Sue A lost they fought all the way only just losing 18 – 21. After the doubles games Parwich 60 (just 3 short of the maximum) Chatsworth 37. How would the singles players do?

First on the green was Audrey B, who frankly has been hiding her bowls talent under the proverbial bushel. She won 15 – 0! You can’t get better than that. None of the Chatsworth players in the singles managed to get double figures with a win to 4 and 5 and three wins to 15 – 7. Parwich maximum 90, Chatsworth 30, giving the combined score of 150 – 67. Amazing, you really should come down and watch your team play, or better still come and have a go yourself.

Next Match – Away – Matlock Bath – 21 June – 1.45pm

John B.

World Cup at The Legion

Bradbourne History Talk Tonight

A talk by Jean Yates on Bradbourne’s Lord of the Manor and Norman Knight Si Gaefridos de Cauceis

Bradbourne Church Hall

Wednesday 13th June 7.30 pm

Entrance £3 including refreshments

Final Round of the Legion Quiz

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