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IN AID OF THE ROYAL BRITISH LEGION
FRIDAY 5th NOVEMBER
DOSIE, ADAMS GREEN, HALSTOCK
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Village Fete 2022
The last Fete was held in 2019 and it is planned to have a Fete again in 2022. The committee that organised the 2019 Fete feel it is time to introduce a lot of new blood into the committee as several members want to have a well-earned rest and, speaking for myself, feel that age is now limiting what they can do. I know that there are several people that have shown an interest in getting involved and so we are going to have a meeting on Monday 22nd November in the village hall to at 7pm. All the present committee are willing to work with new people to pass on their knowledge of the previous years and some members who are happy to continue doing some of the work they have done in the past. As an added attraction we plan to put the skittle alley out so that once the meeting is over we can have a game of skittles.
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Notice is given that Peter Brinck has applied to Dorset Council for a variation of a premises licence in respect of Halstock Community Hall, Leigh Lane, Halstock, Yeovil, BA22 9SG for regulated entertainment and the provision of alcohol generally between the hours of 09.00am and 01.00am on Monday to Saturday and between 09.00am and Midnight on Sundays.
Any interested party or responsible authority may make representation to, The Licencing Section, Dorset Council, South Walks House, South Walks Road, Dorchester, Dorset, DT1 1UZ within 28 days from the date of this notice. The licensing register and details of this application may be inspected during normal office hours at the above address.
It is an offence under section 158 of the Licensing Act 2003 to knowingly or recklessly make a false statement in connection with an application and the maximum fine for which a person is liable on summary conviction for the offence is a fine not exceeding level 5 on the standard scale (£5000)
1st March 2020
– PLEA FOR POSTAGE STAMPS
Corscombe collect used postage stamps and I have been asked if we could also collect them. The used stamps are sold in bulk to Stamp dealers. The rules are that they are sold by weight regardless of original value or country of origin. The dealers will accept up to a quarter inch / 5-6mm surround of paper, so for best value cut the stamps off the envelopes leaving that much margin of paper. So do not soak off (lost value) & leaving more is not productive as someone here or at the Hospice will need to trim the surplus or risk the dealers noticing & rejecting that entire batch of stamps. There is a receptacle in the Community Room for them.