Bournemouth University has made a short video featuring some of the performers on the ‘LetTheMemory Live Again’ CD
BBC Children In Need Appeal..
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 thankyou 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…
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 (22.214.171.124) 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 too 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…
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.