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July Archives 2012

Children’s Summer Art and Craft Work Shop

The   Pop   In   Place   are   holding   an   arts   and   craft   workshop   with   the talented   Darrel   Wakelam   on   Friday   the   17th   August   from   10am   until 12   noon   this   is   free   of   charge   for   children   5   years   old      and   upwards     but   it   is   important   to   book   in   as   we   have   a   limited   number   of   places available. UPDATE      6th   August   Still   a   few   places   available……….   book   now   to avoid disappointment To book your child a place telephone Ruth Hughes 01305 319536

Thank you to everyone who supported Bere Regis Open

Gardens

Very   many   thanks   to   everyone   who   supported   Bere   Regis   Open   Gardens and   to   everyone   who   helped   by   baking   cakes   donating   items   for   the   stalls and the raffle. Thank   you   to   Lynn   Fancy   who   brought   along   the   Olympic   Torch   that generated a lot of interest. Thank   you      to   Julie   for   setting   up   the   1950’s   Exhibition   that   was   so enjoyed by all who viewed it. Thank   you   to   all   the   team   who   work   so   hard   and   to   all   the   outside   team too. Very   special   thanks   to   the   nine   people   who   open   their   private   gardens   to the public without them we don’t have an event. After   a   most   enjoyable   day   the   total   of   £800   was   raised   for   The   Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance , good job well done.

Bere Regis Open Gardens Sunday 15th July until 5pm

We   are   all   very   much   looking   forward   to   Open   Gardens   Day   and we   have   9   beautiful   Village   gardens   open   to   the   public   this   time, the   programmes   are   £4   each   this   will   gain   you   access   into   all   9 gardens. Children are free. Thanks   go   to   Ron   for   his   help   with   the   map   and   to   the   Royal   Oak Bere Regis for sponsoring the printing costs. We   also   have   a   fantastic   Garden   Raffle   with   a   Garden   seat   as   the top prize and lots of other really great surprises too. There   will   be   refreshments   homemade   cakes   served   in   the   upper Hall   all   day,   and      a   bric   a   brac   and   books   stalls   also   a   glass   jar tombola  and a garden game. In   the   foyer   we   have   Lynn   Fancy   Olympic   Torch   Bearer   with   The Olympic   Torch   a   wonderful   historic   opportunity   to   have   a   photo taken with the torch for a small fee of £1 to the charity. In   the   Lower   room   Julie   Lye   will   have   the   1950’s   Exhibition   and some   footage   from   the   Coronation,   this   is   free   of   charge   and   a very interesting look at the Queen and the 1950’s. All   we   need   now   is   your   support   for   this      event   that   is      in   aid   of the Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance.

Some facts about the Dorset and Somerset Air

Ambulance

The   Dorset   and   Somerset Air Ambulance   receive   no   direct   Government   or National   Lottery   funding.   They   rely   on   the   generosity   of   the   public   to help them raise the £1.4 million a year it costs to keep flying. On    average,    they    attend    3-4    incidents    a    day,    however    this    number significantly    increases    during    the    summer    months.        They    can    be anywhere   within   the   two   counties   in   under   19   minutes   of   an   emergency call.
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. © Pop In Place                        webmaster Rod Osmond

July Archives 2012

Children’s Summer Art and Craft Work Shop

The   Pop   In   Place   are   holding   an   arts   and   craft   workshop   with   the   talented Darrel   Wakelam   on   Friday   the   17th August   from   10am   until   12   noon   this   is free   of   charge   for   children   5   years   old      and   upwards      but   it   is   important to book in as we have a limited number of places available. UPDATE      6th   August   Still   a   few   places   available……….   book   now   to   avoid disappointment To book your child a place telephone Ruth Hughes 01305 319536

Thank you to everyone who supported Bere Regis Open

Gardens

Very   many   thanks   to   everyone   who   supported   Bere   Regis   Open   Gardens and   to   everyone   who   helped   by   baking   cakes   donating   items   for   the   stalls and the raffle. Thank   you   to   Lynn   Fancy   who   brought   along   the   Olympic   Torch   that generated a lot of interest. Thank   you      to   Julie   for   setting   up   the   1950’s   Exhibition   that   was   so enjoyed by all who viewed it. Thank   you   to   all   the   team   who   work   so   hard   and   to   all   the   outside   team too. Very   special   thanks   to   the   nine   people   who   open   their   private   gardens   to the public without them we don’t have an event. After   a   most   enjoyable   day   the   total   of   £800   was   raised   for   The   Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance , good job well done.

Bere Regis Open Gardens Sunday 15th July until 5pm

We   are   all   very   much   looking   forward   to   Open   Gardens   Day   and   we   have 9    beautiful    Village    gardens    open    to    the    public    this    time,    the programmes   are   £4   each   this   will   gain   you   access   into   all   9   gardens. Children are free. Thanks   go   to   Ron   for   his   help   with   the   map   and   to   the   Royal   Oak   Bere Regis for sponsoring the printing costs. We   also   have   a   fantastic   Garden   Raffle   with   a   Garden   seat   as   the   top prize and lots of other really great surprises too. There   will   be   refreshments   homemade   cakes   served   in   the   upper   Hall all   day,   and      a   bric   a   brac   and   books   stalls   also   a   glass   jar   tombola      and a garden game. In   the   foyer   we   have   Lynn   Fancy   Olympic Torch   Bearer   with The   Olympic Torch   a   wonderful   historic   opportunity   to   have   a   photo   taken   with   the torch for a small fee of £1 to the charity. In   the   Lower   room   Julie   Lye   will   have   the   1950’s   Exhibition   and   some footage    from    the    Coronation,    this    is    free    of    charge    and    a    very interesting look at the Queen and the 1950’s. All   we   need   now   is   your   support   for   this      event   that   is      in   aid   of   the Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance.

Some facts about the Dorset and Somerset Air

Ambulance

The   Dorset   and   Somerset Air Ambulance   receive   no   direct   Government   or National   Lottery   funding.   They   rely   on   the   generosity   of   the   public   to help them raise the £1.4 million a year it costs to keep flying. On    average,    they    attend    3-4    incidents    a    day,    however    this    number significantly    increases    during    the    summer    months.        They    can    be anywhere   within   the   two   counties   in   under   19   minutes   of   an   emergency call.
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