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September 2011 archives

Macmillan Biggest Coffee Morning

September 15th Thank   you   to   everyone   who   supported   our   Macmillan   Biggest   Coffee Morning   on   Friday   23rd   September. A   great   morning   was   had   by   all,   a   big thank   you      to   Julie   who   devised   a   most   entertaining   quiz   a   mixture   of name   that   tune   and   dance   that   tune,   then   name   this   bird,   that   she expertly mimed stood precariously on top of a chair. ( just hilarious ) Thank   you   to   everyone   who   made   cakes   and   donated   prizes   we   have raised £372.00 for this very worthy cause. Below   are   some   of   the   photos   that   we   took   of   this   very   special   and   fun morning.

Bere Regis Performer Of The Year 2011

September 23rd Congratulations   to   everyone   who   took   part   in   the   Performer   of   the   Year Competition   and   especially   to   the   worthy   winners   who   were   :-      in   the Under    18’s    Section    Rhianna    Webb    and    in    the    Adult    section    Ernie Bradshaw.   The   St   John   the   Baptist   Junior   Church   took   the   audience choice vote with their JC Puppet theatre. Also congratulations to the winners of the volunteer Awards they are:- Young Volunteer of the Year Emma Menzies. Volunteer   of   the   Year,   for   her   work   with   the   Pop   In   Poppets   Group,   Lynn Fancy The Outstanding Commitment Award went to Joanna Syrett There   was   a   full   house   to   watch   the   eleventh   annual   Performer   of   the Year    Competition,    and    a    very    varied    show    we    had,    with    singing, dancing,    recitals,    comedy    and    a    sketch    with    a    most    unexpected appearance by District Councillor Peter Wharf. All   the   children   were   truly   amazing   as   always   a   real   credit   to   us   at   the Performers   group   and   to   their   parents,   I   will   never   forget   Rhianna’s   face as   she   walked   up   to   receive   her   award      reflecting   a   combination   of   total surprise and utter joy, moments like that are  just priceless. Thank   you   so   much   to   everyone   who   helped   at   this   event   and   special thanks    to    Julie    Lye    for    her    help    with    organising    this    popular competition.
. © Pop In Place                        webmaster Rod Osmond

September 2011 archives

Macmillan Biggest Coffee Morning

September 15th Thank   you   to   everyone   who   supported   our   Macmillan   Biggest   Coffee Morning   on   Friday   23rd   September. A   great   morning   was   had   by   all,   a   big thank   you      to   Julie   who   devised   a   most   entertaining   quiz   a   mixture   of name   that   tune   and   dance   that   tune,   then   name   this   bird,   that   she expertly mimed stood precariously on top of a chair. ( just hilarious ) Thank   you   to   everyone   who   made   cakes   and   donated   prizes   we   have raised £372.00 for this very worthy cause. Below   are   some   of   the   photos   that   we   took   of   this   very   special   and   fun morning.

Bere Regis Performer Of The Year 2011

September 23rd Congratulations   to   everyone   who   took   part   in   the   Performer   of   the   Year Competition   and   especially   to   the   worthy   winners   who   were   :-      in   the Under    18’s    Section    Rhianna    Webb    and    in    the    Adult    section    Ernie Bradshaw.   The   St   John   the   Baptist   Junior   Church   took   the   audience choice vote with their JC Puppet theatre. Also congratulations to the winners of the volunteer Awards they are:- Young Volunteer of the Year Emma Menzies. Volunteer   of   the   Year,   for   her   work   with   the   Pop   In   Poppets   Group,   Lynn Fancy The Outstanding Commitment Award went to Joanna Syrett There   was   a   full   house   to   watch   the   eleventh   annual   Performer   of   the Year    Competition,    and    a    very    varied    show    we    had,    with    singing, dancing,    recitals,    comedy    and    a    sketch    with    a    most    unexpected appearance by District Councillor Peter Wharf. All   the   children   were   truly   amazing   as   always   a   real   credit   to   us   at   the Performers   group   and   to   their   parents,   I   will   never   forget   Rhianna’s   face as   she   walked   up   to   receive   her   award      reflecting   a   combination   of   total surprise and utter joy, moments like that are  just priceless. Thank   you   so   much   to   everyone   who   helped   at   this   event   and   special thanks    to    Julie    Lye    for    her    help    with    organising    this    popular competition.