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July 2011

Performer of the Year Competition Saturday 10th

September 6pm…

July 31st Have you booked your ticket for the Performer of the Year Competition on Saturday 10th September ? We are all working hard in the Performers Group to ensure that there are some great acts for this very special evening. The senior girls are working on a dance to Madonna’s ” Hung Up ” and are doing very well indeed the youngest members of the group are learning to do Hula dancing and the middle group are Rock and Rolling with great enthusiasm . The youngsters are also working on their individual acts and these promise to be very entertaining as always. There are some special effects being worked on and a quite memorable whole group number, when you will be left feeling like it was all a bit of a surreal experience. During this evening we will also be presenting our Volunteer Awards, this is always a very moving occasion and we have some very worthy winners again this year, as always it is an opportunity to show how much we appreciate the hard work and dedication of all of our volunteers. TO ENTER THE COMPETITION Entries are £5 per person and close on the 10th August Phone Julie Lye 01929 472069 or call into the Pop In Place for an Entry Form. For Tickets at £5 each call me Alison Bennett 01929 472023. We look forward to seeing you there for what promises to be a great night show casing our local talent and recognising the achievements of our dedicated volunteers.

Date for your Diary for October An Evening of Disco and Cabaret…

July 24th On    Friday    23rd    of    September    10am    until    12    noon    at    the    Drax    Hall    Bere    Regis  the    Pop   In    Place    will    be    holding    an    event    as    part    of    the    national    Macmillan      Cancer  Support  Biggest Coffee  Morning.  There  will  be  stalls  and  raffles  a  bring  and  buy  all  in  aid  of  this  worthy  cause.  Please   contact    Denise    Smith    01929    471075    for    offers    of    help    and    donation    for  this  event.  Everyone  is welcome we look forward to seeing you there.

Pop In Place Summer Activities…

July 24th We are providing two Summer Activity Sessions at the Pop In Place in August and thanks to the generosity of the Thomas Williams Educational Trust these are free of charge. On Friday 19th August 10am until 12 noon it’s Darrell Wakelam, who visits us every summer with his amazing arts and crafts workshops and I’m sure this summer will be equally as exciting. I must ask you to pre book this activity as we do have a limited number of places available please call me, Alison Bennett, on 01929 472023 as soon as possible. On Friday 26th August 10am until 12 noon it’s Julie Lye and her Disco for a morning of music, fun and games.

Memory Morning Old Photograph Exhibition…

July 15th Thank   you   so   much   to   everyone   who   supported   the   Memory   Morning   at   the   Drax   Hall   in   aid   of   The   Pamela Hoare Tribute Fund set up in conjunction with The Alzheimer's Society. We   have   had   an   amazing   response   with   many   people   coming   along   to   view   the   Exhibition   of   Old   Bere   Regis and supporting the stalls in the Upper Hall. Many   thanks   to   Tony   Bates   and   to   Michael   Eastment   for   the   rolling   slide   shows   that   they   provided   for   this event. Thanks also to Paul Bennett and John Pitfield for the wonderful old images of the Village. We   at   the   Pop   In   Place   are   so   fortunate   to   have   such   a   great   team   of   willing   helpers   who   have   donated   raffle prizes,   made   cakes,   helped   with   the   setting   up   and   the   packing   away   for   the   event   and   were   very   busy   during the previous weeks letterboxing flyers. I   am   delighted   to   announce   that   we   have   raised   £700   for   the   Alzheimer's   Society   who   are   leading   the   fight against dementia. This   sum   is   a   reflection   of   the   generosity   and   kindness   expressed   by   the   people   who   attended   and   an   excellent total for a very worthy cause. Thank you all.

"Over the Rainbow" – a great success!…

July 3rd Thank    you    to    everyone    who    supported    ”    Over    the    Rainbow    ”    it    really    was    a    wonderful    show   and  I  am  very  pleased  that  £600  was  raised  for  the British Heart Foundation

Memory Morning Old Photograph Exhibition…

This            was      a            coffee            morning            with            a            difference,            where            the            lower            hall      was            be            a            photographic         Exhibition            displaying           photos    depicting    memories    of    old    Bere    Regis,    arranged    by    Paul    Bennett    and   John    Pitfield.    In            the      upper            Hall            there            will            be            stalls            and            a            raffle            etc.            and            during            the            course            of            the         morning            Tony            Bates            will           be            showing            you            a            presentation            entitled            “All      things            bright            and            beautiful            in         Bere            Regis”            and            a            slide            show            by           Michael    Eastment    of    all    his    amazing    old    images    of    the    village.   Please            support            this      event            as            it            promises            to            be            something            very            interesting            and            it            is            in            aid            of            a         very            worthy           cause.    We    look    forward    to    seeing    you    there.    If    anyone    can  help    with    making    cakes   or    donating    raffle    prizes    or    delivering    advertising    please    give    me    a    call.  A            person            who            was         suffering            with            dementia            wrote      the            following            poem            and            it            really            helps            others            to            understand           their         thoughts            and            fears.            I            found            it            on            the      Alzheimer’s            Society            Website            and            I            would      like,      if      I      may      to      share   it   with   you,   in the hope that we can all become more aware and understanding of this disease. Love      me      till      my      life      is      done      …Do      not      ask      me      to      remember,      don’t      try      to      make      me      understand,      let      me      rest      and   know      you’re      with     me,      Kiss      my      cheek      and      hold      my      hand.      I’m      confused      beyond      your      concept,      I      am      sad      and      sick   and      lost,      all      I      know      is      that      I      need      you     to  be  with  me  at  all  cost.  Do  not  loose  your  patience  with  me,  do  not scold  or  curse  or  cry,  I  can’t  help  the  way  I’m  acting,  can’t  be  different  though  I  try.  Just  remember  that  I  need you, that the best of me is gone, please don’t fail to stand beside me, love me till my life is done.    Although            this            is            a            very            heart            wrenching            insight            into            someone’s            suffering,            the            wonderful            news            is         that            there            is            a           lot            of            hope            for            people            now            that      are            diagnosed            with            Alzheimer’s            and            Dementia         and            this            is            achieved            through           medical            research            and            then            of            course            the            memory            cafés            and            the   valuable      practical      support      given      by      the   Alzheimer’s     Society. All            this            needs            funding            and            that            is            where            we            can            all            help,            please            support            the            Pop            In      Place   Memory      Morning      on      the     15th  July  10  am  at  the  Drax  Hall  and  join  with  the  Alzheimer’s  Society  who  are leading the fight against dementia.
© 1996, Pop In Place.

July 2011

Performer of the Year

Competition Saturday 10th

September 6pm…

July 31st Have you booked your ticket for the Performer of the Year Competition on Saturday 10th September ? We are all working hard in the Performers Group to ensure that there are some great acts for this very special evening. The senior girls are working on a dance to Madonna’s ” Hung Up ” and are doing very well indeed the youngest members of the group are learning to do Hula dancing and the middle group are Rock and Rolling with great enthusiasm . The youngsters are also working on their individual acts and these promise to be very entertaining as always. There are some special effects being worked on and a quite memorable whole group number, when you will be left feeling like it was all a bit of a surreal experience. During this evening we will also be presenting our Volunteer Awards, this is always a very moving occasion and we have some very worthy winners again this year, as always it is an opportunity to show how much we appreciate the hard work and dedication of all of our volunteers. TO ENTER THE COMPETITION Entries are £5 per person and close on the 10th August Phone Julie Lye 01929 472069 or call into the Pop In Place for an Entry Form. For Tickets at £5 each call me Alison Bennett 01929 472023. We look forward to seeing you there for what promises to be a great night show casing our local talent and recognising the achievements of our dedicated volunteers.

Date for your Diary for

October An Evening of Disco

and Cabaret…

July 24th On    Friday    23rd    of    September    10am    until    12    noon    at    the    Drax    Hall    Bere    Regis  the    Pop   In    Place    will    be    holding    an    event    as    part    of    the    national    Macmillan      Cancer  Support  Biggest Coffee  Morning.  There  will  be  stalls  and  raffles  a  bring  and  buy  all  in  aid  of  this  worthy  cause.  Please   contact    Denise    Smith    01929    471075    for    offers    of    help    and    donation    for  this  event.  Everyone  is welcome we look forward to seeing you there.

Pop In Place Summer

Activities…

July 24th We are providing two Summer Activity Sessions at the Pop In Place in August and thanks to the generosity of the Thomas Williams Educational Trust these are free of charge. On Friday 19th August 10am until 12 noon it’s Darrell Wakelam, who visits us every summer with his amazing arts and crafts workshops and I’m sure this summer will be equally as exciting. I must ask you to pre book this activity as we do have a limited number of places available please call me, Alison Bennett, on 01929 472023 as soon as possible. On Friday 26th August 10am until 12 noon it’s Julie Lye and her Disco for a morning of music, fun and games.

Memory Morning Old

Photograph Exhibition…

July 15th Thank you so much to everyone who supported the Memory Morning at the Drax Hall in aid of The Pamela Hoare Tribute Fund set up in conjunction with The Alzheimer's Society. We have had an amazing response with many people coming along to view the Exhibition of Old Bere Regis and supporting the stalls in the Upper Hall. Many thanks to Tony Bates and to Michael Eastment for the rolling slide shows that they provided for this event. Thanks also to Paul Bennett and John Pitfield for the wonderful old images of the Village. We at the Pop In Place are so fortunate to have such a great team of willing helpers who have donated raffle prizes, made cakes, helped with the setting up and the packing away for the event and were very busy during the previous weeks letterboxing flyers. I am delighted to announce that we have raised £700 for the Alzheimer's Society who are leading the fight against dementia. This sum is a reflection of the generosity and kindness expressed by the people who attended and an excellent total for a very worthy cause. Thank you all.

"Over the Rainbow" – a great

success!…

July 3rd Thank    you    to    everyone    who    supported    ”    Over    the    Rainbow    ”    it    really    was    a    wonderful    show   and  I  am  very  pleased  that  £600  was  raised  for  the British Heart Foundation

Memory Morning Old

Photograph Exhibition…

This    was  a    coffee    morning    with    a    difference,    where    the    lower    hall  was    be    a    photographic   Exhibition    displaying    photos    depicting    memories    of    old    Bere    Regis,    arranged    by    Paul    Bennett    and   John    Pitfield.    In    the  upper    Hall    there    will    be    stalls    and    a    raffle    etc.    and    during    the    course    of    the   morning    Tony    Bates    will    be    showing    you    a    presentation    entitled    “All  things    bright    and    beautiful    in   Bere    Regis”    and    a    slide    show    by    Michael    Eastment    of    all    his    amazing    old    images    of    the    village.   Please    support    this  event    as    it    promises    to    be    something    very    interesting    and    it    is    in    aid    of    a   very    worthy    cause.    We    look    forward    to    seeing    you    there.    If    anyone    can  help    with    making    cakes   or    donating    raffle    prizes    or    delivering    advertising    please    give    me    a    call.  A    person    who    was   suffering    with    dementia    wrote  the    following    poem    and    it    really    helps    others    to    understand    their   thoughts    and    fears.    I    found    it    on    the  Alzheimer’s    Society    Website    and    I    would  like,  if  I  may  to  share it with you, in the hope that we can all become more aware and understanding of this disease. Love  me  till  my  life  is  done  …Do  not  ask  me  to  remember,  don’t  try  to  make  me  understand,  let  me  rest  and know  you’re  with  me,  Kiss  my  cheek  and  hold  my  hand.  I’m  confused  beyond  your  concept,  I  am  sad  and  sick and  lost,  all  I  know  is  that  I  need  you  to  be  with  me  at  all  cost.  Do  not  loose  your  patience  with  me,  do  not scold  or  curse  or  cry,  I  can’t  help  the  way  I’m  acting,  can’t  be  different  though  I  try.  Just  remember  that  I  need you, that the best of me is gone, please don’t fail to stand beside me, love me till my life is done.  Although    this    is    a    very    heart    wrenching    insight    into    someone’s    suffering,    the    wonderful    news    is   that    there    is    a    lot    of    hope    for    people    now    that  are    diagnosed    with    Alzheimer’s    and    Dementia   and    this    is    achieved    through    medical    research    and    then    of    course    the    memory    cafés    and    the valuable  practical  support  given  by  the Alzheimer’s  Society. All    this    needs    funding    and    that    is    where    we    can    all    help,    please    support    the    Pop    In  Place Memory  Morning  on  the  15th  July  10  am  at  the  Drax  Hall  and  join  with  the  Alzheimer’s  Society  who  are leading the fight against dementia.