© Pop In Place - Bere Regis                                                                                                    webmaster Rod Osmond

September Archives 2015

Family Disco

The   Pop   In   Place   will   be   holding   another   Family   Disco   on   Saturday 10th    October    at    7.00pm    until    10pm    (no    unaccompanied    children please),   we   will   also   present   our   volunteering   award   for   this   year’s Young    Volunteer    of    the    Year    at    this    event.    Tickets    are    £2    and available   from Alison   or   the   Pop   In   Place.   This   is   an   opportunity   to   all get   together   and   enjoy   the   Primo   party   Disco   while   raising   money   for the   refugee   crisis.   The   Pop   In   Place   will   take   on   the   expenses   for   this event and all the ticket money will go to the Red Cross.

REMEMBER TO KEEP KNITTING

or donate us some double knit wool. We   are   gathering   together   a   lot   of   blankets   again   and   as   the   current refugee   crisis   is   in   great   need   of   such   items   Alison   has   taken   two large   bags   of   your   knitted   blankets   to   a   Church   in   Blandford   that   is organising   an   aid   trip.   So   now   we   need   to   keep   knitting   for Alan’s   aid trip   in   January   2016   anyone   who   is   not   able   to   knit   for   us   can   donate double    knit    wool    this    would    help    greatly    the    people    who    are constantly   buying   their   own   wool   to   make   the   blankets. Thank   you   all for   all   you   are   doing   it   is   fantastic.   Thanks   to   Liz   Gale   and   to   Joan who also did some sewing squares together recently.

Performer Award

17th September Tonight    we    presented    the    most    Improved Performer   Award,    after    a    talk    to    express that     everyone's     contribution     is     greatly valued   especially   when   all   the   shows   raise much   needed   funds   for   worthy   causes.   The 2015   Most   Improved   Performer   Award   went to Aimee   Rowe   who   has   been   with   the   group for   some   time,   its   been   very   rewarding   to witness   her   blossom   and   see   her   confidence   and   ability   improve   a great   deal   in   this   time.   Well   done   Aimee   and   well   done,   to   all   our Young Performers.

Macmillan coffee morning

Thank   you   to   everyone   who   supported   our   Macmillan   coffee   morning today   we   raised   £219.13p   in   just   over   an   hour   and   a   half.   Well   done to   Christina   Hardiman   who   was Awarded   the   Pop   In   Place   Volunteer   of the    Year    and    Colin    and    Gwen    Vowles    who    were    Awarded    the Outstanding    Commitment    Awards.    Thank    you    to    our    MP    Michael Tomlinson   for   presenting   the   Awards   and   for   the   excellent   speech about the important role of Volunteers in our communities.
. © Pop In Place                        webmaster Rod Osmond

September Archives 2015

Family Disco

The   Pop   In   Place   will   be   holding   another   Family   Disco   on   Saturday   10th October   at   7.00pm   until   10pm   (no   unaccompanied   children   please),   we will   also   present   our   volunteering   award   for   this   year’s   Young   Volunteer of   the   Year   at   this   event.   Tickets   are   £2   and   available   from Alison   or   the Pop   In   Place.   This   is   an   opportunity   to   all   get   together   and   enjoy   the Primo   party   Disco   while   raising   money   for   the   refugee   crisis.   The   Pop   In Place   will   take   on   the   expenses   for   this   event   and   all   the   ticket   money will go to the Red Cross.

REMEMBER TO KEEP KNITTING

or donate us some double knit wool. We   are   gathering   together   a   lot   of   blankets   again   and   as   the   current refugee   crisis   is   in   great   need   of   such   items   Alison   has   taken   two   large bags   of   your   knitted   blankets   to   a   Church   in   Blandford   that   is   organising an   aid   trip.   So   now   we   need   to   keep   knitting   for   Alan’s   aid   trip   in January   2016   anyone   who   is   not   able   to   knit   for   us   can   donate   double knit   wool   this   would   help   greatly   the   people   who   are   constantly   buying their   own   wool   to   make   the   blankets.   Thank   you   all   for   all   you   are   doing it   is   fantastic.   Thanks   to   Liz   Gale   and   to   Joan   who   also   did   some   sewing squares together recently.

Performer Award

17th September Tonight    we    presented    the    most    Improved Performer   Award,   after   a   talk   to   express   that everyone's     contribution     is     greatly     valued especially    when    all    the    shows    raise    much needed    funds    for    worthy    causes.    The    2015 Most   Improved   Performer Award   went   to Aimee Rowe   who   has   been   with   the   group   for   some time,   its   been   very   rewarding   to   witness   her blossom   and   see   her   confidence   and   ability   improve   a   great   deal   in   this time. Well done Aimee and well done, to all our Young Performers.

Macmillan coffee morning

Thank   you   to   everyone   who   supported   our   Macmillan   coffee   morning today   we   raised   £219.13p   in   just   over   an   hour   and   a   half.   Well   done   to Christina   Hardiman   who   was   Awarded   the   Pop   In   Place   Volunteer   of   the Year   and   Colin   and   Gwen   Vowles   who   were   Awarded   the   Outstanding Commitment    Awards.    Thank    you    to    our    MP    Michael    Tomlinson    for presenting   the Awards   and   for   the   excellent   speech   about   the   important role of Volunteers in our communities.