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November 2011

November 29th Bournemouth   University   has   made   a   short   video   featuring   some   of   the   performers   on   the   ‘Let   The   Memory Live Again’ CD

BBC Children In Need Appeal..

November 18th Thank   you   to   everyone   who   supported   the   Pop   In   Place   Children   In   Need   Appeal   this   morning,   we   had   some great Raffle Prizes and lots of lovely home made cakes, and a variety of stalls and games. Special thanks must go to Stella who made a beautiful Patchwork Quilt for us to raffle. A   Big   thank   you   to   the   Performers   Group   who   staged   a   set   from   the   popular   musical   Dreamboats   and Petticoats and to all the Team who helped out with the event and to everyone who came along to support it. We   have   raised   £370   for   the   appeal,   well   done   to   everyone   who   came   along   and   showed   their   Spots   for Pudsey. Here are some photos taken during the morning :

We will remember them…

November 11th They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old: Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the Sun and in the morning we will remember them. The   Pop   In   Place   fell   in   silence   today   (11.   11.   11.11)   to   respect   the   fallen,   the   Exhortation   given   fittingly   by   Mrs Pat Gibson whose late husband Bert was a veteran. A   small   crowd   also   gathered   at   the   Cenotaph   of   St   John   the   Baptists   Church   to   observe   the   2   minutes   silence, the Exhortation was given there by David Clarke. To conclude Commander Christopher Maunder : When you go home tell them of us and say -For your tomorrow we gave our today.

Colin Smith Celebrates his 90th Birthday…

November 11th As      Colin      was   a      Wing      Commander      in      the      Royal      Air      Force      news      of      his   90th      birthday      sits      very      nicely      into     this posting. Yesterday      we      visited   him   in      his      Dorchester      home      that      he      shares      with      his      wife      Jean      and   passed      on      the     groups  good  wishes for his significant  birthday.          Colin   was      in      great      spirits      and      asked      for      his      best      wishes      to      be      sent      back      to      all   who      knew   him   at   the Pop In Place from when he was a member of the Team.
© 1996, Pop In Place.

November 2011

November 29th Bournemouth University has made a short video featuring some of the performers on the ‘Let The Memory Live Again’ CD

BBC Children In Need Appeal..

November 18th Thank you to everyone who supported the Pop In Place Children In Need Appeal this morning, we had some great Raffle Prizes and lots of lovely home made cakes, and a variety of stalls and games. Special thanks must go to Stella who made a beautiful Patchwork Quilt for us to raffle. A Big thank you to the Performers Group who staged a set from the popular musical Dreamboats and Petticoats and to all the Team who helped out with the event and to everyone who came along to support it. We have raised £370 for the appeal, well done to everyone who came along and showed their Spots for Pudsey. Here are some photos taken during the morning :

We will remember them…

November 11th They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old: Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the Sun and in the morning we will remember them. The Pop In Place fell in silence today (11. 11. 11.11) to respect the fallen, the Exhortation given fittingly by Mrs Pat Gibson whose late husband Bert was a veteran. A small crowd also gathered at the Cenotaph of St John the Baptists Church to observe the 2 minutes silence, the Exhortation was given there by David Clarke. To conclude Commander Christopher Maunder : When you go home tell them of us and say -For your tomorrow we gave our today.

Colin Smith Celebrates his

90th Birthday…

November 11th As  Colin  was a  Wing  Commander  in  the  Royal  Air  Force  news  of  his 90th  birthday  sits  very  nicely  into  this posting. Yesterday  we  visited him in  his  Dorchester  home  that  he  shares  with  his  wife  Jean  and passed  on  the  groups  good  wishes for his significant  birthday.    Colin was  in  great  spirits  and  asked  for  his  best  wishes  to  be  sent  back  to  all who  knew him at the Pop In Place from when he was a member of the Team.