© Pop In Place - Bere Regis                                                                                                    webmaster Rod Osmond

March 2011 archives

Good Friday at the Pop In Place

April 22nd

Thank   you   to   everyone   who   attended   the   Pop   In   Place   this   Good Friday Morning . A   special   thank   you   to   the   JC   Theatre   from   St   John   the   Baptist Church   Bere   Regis   for   the   superb   puppet   show   .   The   Easter   bonnet parade   was   wonderful   giving   our   judges   Max   and   Karen   a   really difficult task. The   winners   were   Under   eights   Jordan   Burbidge   Hughes,   Over   eights Jazmin   Burbidge   Hughes   and   the   winner   of   the   Adults   section   was Gill   Hart.   Well   done   to   them   and   to   everyone   who   went   to   the trouble   of   making   a   bonnet   and   coming   along   to   the   parade,   you were all fantastic. We   have   posted   some   photos   of   the   morning   for   you   to   see,   and everyone   on   the   team   at   the   Pop   In   Place   wishes   you   all   a   very Happy Easter. Let   the   resurrection   joy   lift   us   from   loneliness   and   weakness   and despair to strength and beauty and happiness. Floyd W Tomkins.

Memory Morning

April 13th We   are   looking   forward   to   the   Memory   Morning   on   15th   of   July   it   is our   first   event   this   year   in   aid   of   the   Pamela   Hoare   Tribute   Fund supporting   the   sterling   work   done   by   the   Alzheimer’s   Society.   We will   have   an   Old   Bere   Regis   Photographic   Exhibition   organised   by Paul   Bennett   and   local   historian   John   Pitfield      in   the   Lower   Hall.     A coffee   morning   and   all   the   various   stalls   upstairs   .   We   hope   to   have some   live   music   and   a   slide   show   by   wild   life   expert   Tony   Bates entitiled “All things Bright and Beautiful in Bere Regis” Currently    in    the    U.K    there    are    750,000    with    dementia    it    is estimated   that   by   2025   there   will   be   over   a   million   people   within the UK with dementia. Please   come   along   to   this   event   and   help   the   Alzheimers   Society who   are   leading   the   fight   against   dementia.   We   really   need   your support   to   help   to   make   this      a   success   so   please   can   you   assist   by either        making    some    cakes    or    donating    a    raffle    prize,    or    just turning   up   on   the   day   and   bringing   along   a   friend   and   showing   your support for a very worthy cause.

Over The Rainbow Sat. 25th June 2pm & 7pm

April 13th The   performers   group   have   made   an   excellent   start   on   the   new   summer show   entitled   “over   the   Rainbow”   This   is   a   youth   based   project   where the   youngsters   have   been   involved   in   the   writing   of   the   script,   the choreography   and   are   being   encouraged   to   allow   the   production   to develop   organically   using   their   own   ideas.   Our   show   director   Alison Bennett   has   a   young   assistant   director   Jazmin   Burbidge   Hughes   and   she is   learning   new   skills   and   offering   her   ideas   towards   the   end   production. Tickets   will   be   on   sale   for   early   May   and   are   £5   each   available   from   The Pop In Place. This   Production   promises   to   be   very   special   and   will   help   to   raise   much needed funds for The British Heart Foundation.

Village Quiz

April 13th Pop In Place Annual Village Quiz Monday 16 th  May 7.30 at the Drax Hall. Congratulations   to   the   team   called   the   Village   Idiots   who   won   the   quiz   for   the   second   time   in   a   row   and   very   many   thanks   to   Sue   Stone for setting the questions. A most enjoyable evening was had by all, thank you to all who attended.

Transport

April 13th Transport Details We   are   pleased   to   announce   that   we   are   able   to   offer   transport   to   and   from   the   sessions   on   Mondays   and   Fridays   for   those   who   are unable   to   walk   or   if   you   feel   that   you   would   like   some   support   in   attending   for   your   first   visit,   please   contact   Max   Saywell   01929   471062 to arrange this.
. © Pop In Place                        webmaster Rod Osmond

March 2011 archives

Good Friday at the Pop In Place

April 22nd

Thank   you   to   everyone   who   attended   the   Pop   In   Place   this   Good   Friday Morning . A   special   thank   you   to   the   JC   Theatre   from   St   John   the   Baptist   Church Bere   Regis   for   the   superb   puppet   show   . The   Easter   bonnet   parade   was wonderful giving our judges Max and Karen a really difficult task. The   winners   were   Under   eights   Jordan   Burbidge   Hughes,   Over   eights Jazmin   Burbidge   Hughes   and   the   winner   of   the Adults   section   was   Gill Hart.   Well   done   to   them   and   to   everyone   who   went   to   the   trouble   of making    a    bonnet    and    coming    along    to    the    parade,    you    were    all fantastic. We   have   posted   some   photos   of   the   morning   for   you   to   see,   and everyone   on   the   team   at   the   Pop   In   Place   wishes   you   all   a   very   Happy Easter. Let   the   resurrection   joy   lift   us   from   loneliness   and   weakness   and despair to strength and beauty and happiness. Floyd W Tomkins.

Memory Morning

April 13th We   are   looking   forward   to   the   Memory   Morning   on   15th   of   July   it   is our   first   event   this   year   in   aid   of   the   Pamela   Hoare   Tribute   Fund supporting   the   sterling   work   done   by   the Alzheimer’s   Society.   We   will have   an   Old   Bere   Regis   Photographic   Exhibition   organised   by   Paul Bennett   and   local   historian   John   Pitfield      in   the   Lower   Hall.     A   coffee morning   and   all   the   various   stalls   upstairs   .   We   hope   to   have   some live   music   and   a   slide   show   by   wild   life   expert   Tony   Bates   entitiled “All things Bright and Beautiful in Bere Regis” Currently   in   the   U.K   there   are   750,000   with   dementia   it   is   estimated that   by   2025   there   will   be   over   a   million   people   within   the   UK   with dementia. Please   come   along   to   this   event   and   help   the Alzheimers   Society   who are   leading   the   fight   against   dementia.   We   really   need   your   support to   help   to   make   this      a   success   so   please   can   you   assist   by   either     making   some   cakes   or   donating   a   raffle   prize,   or   just   turning   up   on the   day   and   bringing   along   a   friend   and   showing   your   support   for   a very worthy cause.

Over The Rainbow Sat. 25th June 2pm & 7pm

April 13th The   performers   group   have   made   an   excellent   start   on   the   new summer   show   entitled   “over   the   Rainbow”   This   is   a   youth   based project   where   the   youngsters   have   been   involved   in   the   writing   of the   script,   the   choreography   and   are   being   encouraged   to   allow   the production   to   develop   organically   using   their   own   ideas.   Our   show director    Alison    Bennett    has    a    young    assistant    director    Jazmin Burbidge   Hughes   and   she   is   learning   new   skills   and   offering   her   ideas towards   the   end   production.   Tickets   will   be   on   sale   for   early   May and are £5 each available from The Pop In Place. This   Production   promises   to   be   very   special   and   will   help   to   raise much needed funds for The British Heart Foundation.

Village Quiz

April 13th Pop   In   Place Annual   Village   Quiz   Monday   16   th      May   7.30   at   the   Drax Hall. Congratulations   to   the   team   called   the   Village   Idiots   who   won   the quiz   for   the   second   time   in   a   row   and   very   many   thanks   to   Sue   Stone for   setting   the   questions.   A   most   enjoyable   evening   was   had   by   all, thank you to all who attended.

Transport

April 13th Transport Details We   are   pleased   to   announce   that   we   are   able   to   offer   transport   to and   from   the   sessions   on   Mondays   and   Fridays   for   those   who   are unable   to   walk   or   if   you   feel   that   you   would   like   some   support   in attending    for    your    first    visit,    please    contact    Max    Saywell    01929 471062 to arrange this.