The live capture of The Tale of Little Bevan will be launched in Village Halls Week from 4pm on Thursday 23rd January to midnight on Sunday 26th January.
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Village Hall News
After many years of faithful service Barbara Baker has retired from being the person who cleans the village hall. I would like to give her a big thank her for the wonderful job she has done. It is not always easy to find somebody to take on this task but I am very pleased to say we have so there is no interruption of the hall being cleaned.
Just as a matter of interest, over the summer period (6 months) the solar panels provided the hall with an income of £472.88 from the feedback tariff. A very useful amount of money.
Village Hall News
At last the decoration of the gent’s toilet has been done. With the completion of the upgrading of the toilets the corridor does look as if it needs painting, and for that matter also the toilets at the north end of the hall, any offers?
Just a reminder that we still play short mat bowls on Fridays at 2.30pm, would you like to join us? Don’t worry if you have never played, we can show you how and we have spare bowls if you don’t have any.
Peter Brinck 01935 891822
January is the month when we start meeting to arrange the summer Fete. I have had a few offers of help but we do still need more. We are planning to have all the usual attractions again this year including the Punch and Judy, donkeys, music, BBQ, ice creams and lots of stalls. We meet once a month in the Community Room and the meetings usually take about one hour. So why not come and join us or if you are not a ‘meetings person’ find out how you could help on the day.
Peter Brinck 01935 891822 or email@example.com
MONEY RAISED AND DONATED BY THE FETE LAST YEAR
First Responders £450
Village Hall £650
Football Club £100
Garden Club £100
Church Fabric Fund £300
Community Room £100
Dorchester Cancel Unit £250
Ukelele Band £100
St James' Church East Chelborough £100
British Legion £150
Sherborne MS £100
Bridport Model Railway £100
SUE COCKREM held a
MACMILLAN COFFEE MORNING
on Sept 27th 10-12am
in HALSTOCK VILLAGE HALL
On Friday 27th September, along with thousands of others around the country, Sue Cockrem from Halstock decided to arrange a Macmillan Coffee Morning in her local village hall. But this one was rather different! Sue’s husband Pete is a member of the Yeovil Car Club and invited members to bring along a display of classic vehicles to attract more than just the ladies to her event. And what a success it was, with a great crowd enjoying coffee, cakes and cars while raising £369 in just one morning for Macmillan Cancer Support. So, a big ‘well done’ to Sue and to the Yeovil Car Club for putting something unusual and extra special into this popular annual nationwide fundraiser.
HALSTOCK VILLAGE CINEMA