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September 2011

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. Click here for more images

Bere Regis Performer Of The Year 2011…

September 15th 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.
© 1996, Pop In Place.

September 2011

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. Click here for more images

Bere Regis Performer Of The

Year 2011…

September 15th 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.
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