Good Friday at the Pop In Place..
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 o fmaking 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.
Weare 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 entitled “All things Bright and Beautiful in Bere Regis” Currently in the UK 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 Alzheimer’s 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…
The performers group have made an excellent start on the new summer show entitled “over the ainbow”.
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 AlisonBennett 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.
Pop In Place Annual Village Quiz...
Monday 16th 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.
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 Alison Bennett 01929 472023 to arrange this.