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July 2012

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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.

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      home   made      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.

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.

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.

July 2012

© 1996, Pop In Place.
Pop In Place

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.

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        home    made        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.

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.

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.