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Dunholme Village

 WHAT'S ON

 

EVENTS FOR MAY/JUNE 2019


Dunholme Friendship Club

Our meetings in May are Tuesdays 7th and 21st. We meet in the Jubilee room of the Dunholme village hall from 2.15pm to 4pm. Anyone over the age of 55 can join the club.

I’m sorry but all our seats are taken for the Mystery Tour outing on May 16th but we will be having a trip to Doncaster on Tuesday September 17th leaving Welton at 9.15am. More details will be given later.

If you would like anymore information please ring me at the number below.

Janice Ritchie 01673 861172

 

Jumble Sale

On Saturday 1st June, a Jumble Sale will be held at Dunholme Village Hall. The sale will start at 1.00pm and this sale is in aid of Lindap, charity that helps people with disabilities and The Shoebox Appeal. If you have any items of Jumble that you are able to donate, then please contact either Sue on 862552 or Sandra on 861956 alternatively bring it along to the hall on the morning of the sale. Any help that you are able to give will be much appreciated.

Sue Rawson 862552

 

 Dunholme Ladies Club

The next meeting of Dunholme Ladies Club will be the Annual Dinner. This will be taking place on 2nd May in the Dunholme Village Hall and doors open at 7.15pm for all members who are attending. The Chairlady wishes to remind all members to please bring along a bottle for the bottle stall at her Annual Garden Party to be held on 8th June.

Sue Rawson 862552

  


Shoebox Appeal Annual Garden Party

Once again, we will be holding the Annual Garden Party on behalf of the Shoebox Appeal on Saturday 8th June 2019. It will take place at 39 Honeyholes Lane, Dunholme and will be from 11.00am – 2.00pm. There will be stalls, games, refreshments and lots of other things on offer, so remember to put the date in your diary.

Sue Rawson 862552

 

OPEN DAY

Sunday 5 May 2019  1000 - 1600hrs

RAF Ingham Heritage Centre

Home of the Polish Bomber Sqns

 

¨                Visit and See our Work-in-Progress

¨               Discover RAF Ingham's Wartime Story

¨               Guided Tours & Heritage Centre Project

¨               Polish Bomber Sqn Talks 1100hrs/1230hrs

¨               Wellington Bomber Crew Silhouette

¨               Memorials & Memorial Garden

¨               Polish Families Nissen Hut

¨               Live Music with Miss Marina Mae 1300hrs

¨               WWII Operations Living History Group Mission Briefing 1400hrs

 Free Entry-Car Park Donations Welcome

Light Refreshments Available

 


 

 Chad's Coffee Stop

Tuesday 7th May in Dunholme Parish Church

between 9.30 and 11.30 a.m.
 On sale; Coffee, Tea, Squash,  Home-made cakes
Sheila, Pearl and Kath extend a warm welcome

 

Dunholme Village Fete 2019


Saturday 14th September 2019 (12 midday to 4 pm)

Notice to Stallholders

Due to circumstances and for one year only it has been necessary to move the Village Fete from its normal spot in June – make a note in your diary and come along in support of this community focused family event.

 If you, your organisation, group, or club etc. wish to have a stall at the Village Fete a stall holders guide and booking form is available from:

 

 Margaret Clifton, 3 Kennington Close, Dunholme LN23QN

margaretclifton@hotmail.co.uk or Tel: 01673 866245

 

  (Dave Rosier – 861026)


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Diary of Events for May 2019

Day

Event

Time

Location

1st

Post Office

Bible Studies

Holy Communion

Scrabble

09.00-12.00

09.30-11.30

12.15

19.30-21.30

St Chad’s

Dunholme Old School

St Chad’s

Dunholme Old School

2nd

Dunholme Ladies Club

Dunholme Camera Club

19.15

19.30

DVH

Dunholme Old School

5th

All Age Worship

Dunholme Lodge Charity Open Garden

11.00

11.00-17.00

St Chad’s

Dunholme Lodge

6th

Post Office

Dancing Classes

15.00-18.00

16.50-19.40

St Chad’s

Dunholme Old School

7th

Coffee Stop

Dunholme Friendship Club

Jambusters WI

09.30-11.30

14.15-16.00

19.30

St Chad’s

Jubilee Room

St Chads School

8th

Post Office

Bible Studies

Holy Communion

Dunholme Parish Council Meeting

09.00-12.00

09.30-11.30

12.15

19.30

St Chad’s

Dunholme Old School

St Chad’s

Jubilee Room

12th

St. Chad’s Sunday School

Holy Communion

10.55

11.00

Dunholme Old School

St Chad’s

13th

Post Office

Music Bugs

Dancing Clases

15.00-18.00

09.30-11.30

16.50-19.40

St Chad’s

Dunholme Old School

Dunholme Old School

14th

Morning Prayer

Luncheon Club

09.15

12.00

St Chad’s

Dunholme Old School

15th

Post Office

Bible Studies

Holy Communion

Scrabble

09.00-12.00

09.30-11.30

12.15

19.30-21.30

St Chad’s

Dunholme Old School

St Chad’s

Dunholme Old School

16th

Dunholme Camera Club

19.30

Dunholme Old School

19th

Morning Worship

11.00

St Chad’s

20th

Post Office

Music Bugs

Dancing classes

15.00-18.00

09.30-11.30

16.50-19.40

St Chad’s

Dunholme Old School

Dunholme Old School

21st

Morning Prayer

Dunholme Friendship Club

09.15

14.15-16.00

St Chad’s

Jubilee Room

22nd

Post Office

Bible Studies

09.00-12.00

09.30-1130

St Chad’s

Dunholme Old School

26th

Holy Communion

Encounter Evening

11.00

19.00

St Chad’s

St Chad’s

27th

Post Office

15.00-18.00

St Chad’s

28th

Morning Prayer

Luncheon Club

09.15

12.00

St Chad’s

Dunholme Old School

29th

Post Office

Scrabble

09.00-12.00

19.30-21.30

St Chad’s

Dunholme Old School

30th

Dunholme Camera Club

19.30

Dunholme Old School

The Jambusters WI – May 2019

 

April was certainly actively enjoyed by the Jambuster ladies as we threw ourselves into Zumba action. Sally-Anne's rigorous routine combining aerobic and dance inspired moves was embraced wholeheartedly by members. Having put our bodies to the test, there was just enough energy left in our reserve tanks to lift a cuppa and a slice of cake.  
At our next meeting on Tuesday 7th May we look forward to an Antiques Roadshow style evening as members are invited to bring along one item for local antique experts Golding and Young, to cast their experienced eye over. Who knows, a rare and priceless piece may be discovered in Dunholme!

 

The Jambuster Committee Girls
Email:  jambusterswi@gmail.com
Facebook – The Jambusters WI

 

Dunholme Camera Club

Evening Group

Here we are in May already, another month and we will be passing into summer and the warmer weather which of course makes the photographers much happier as we don’t get cold and the days are longer to get out and take some great photos, although I must say the weather should not stop you from getting out and about with your cameras. Over the years there has been some great photos taken during heavy cloud or just after a downpour, the wet cobbles of Lincoln make for a cracking opportunity to get some great photos and of course with it being wet you usually have less people around to spoil your images although I must say they can also add to images as well in the right context. If you are feeling inspired by reading the write ups that I do each month make sure you get in touch and then come down to The Old School at Dunholme and join us. Someone recently asked “Do you have to have a good camera and a full knowledge of photography to join the camera club” my answer was “definitely not, all you need to have is an interest in meeting likeminded  people and enjoy learning a little more about photography including looking at some of the members pictures” the gentleman who asked is now a fully fledged member of the club.

 

Right what are we doing in May? On the 2nd May we will be taking a look at the “Portfolio” this is a collection of images from clubs around Lincolnshire which is judged by the members of our club and the images are awarded points that are totalled up to reveal winners after all of the Lincolnshire clubs have voted. Our Second meeting will be on the 16th May when one of our members will be giving us a talk on “Our Trip to Canada” showing us some photographic highlights during his stay, I must admit we have already had a couple of talks from members which were not only an eye opener to what they had done but some amazing photographs as well. Our final meeting of May will be on the 30thwhen we will be having our 4th club competition entitled “Creative” judged by Steve Roper. The images can have been created in camera with filters or effects or they can be produced by using software on the computer but all images must have been taken by the club member themselves.

 

Day Group.

 The “Day Group” will be meeting on the 7th May when we will be visiting Dearne Valley – Old Moor (Near Doncaster) this is a large RSPB reserve which has an amazing amount of wildlife and a number of hides. If you are interested in joining us there will be a small charge for the day. The Day Group is very well attended now and it is proving very popular with the members. Full details can be obtained by contacting me for both the Evening Group and the Day Group. Take a look at the images from the day group on our website  www.dunholmecameraclub.co.uk– “Day Group” tab, plus other images from the members of the club in other sections of the website.

 Grahame Dunkin 01673 860469  email:-  dunholmecc@btinternet.com 

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Dunholme Lodge Charity Open Garden

National Garden Scheme

May 5th and June 30th 2019   11- 5pm

We have been opening our gardens for a few years now. This will be the eighth time with the National Garden Scheme . We raise money for our own church, St Chads and for the National Garden Scheme’s chosen charities-nursing,caring,cancer and gardening charities ( see NGS website for more details )

The gardens are approx., 3 acres and include a wild flower area, shrubs, spring bulb area, vegetable garden, topiary hedge, a well and a natural pond.

We also have craft stalls , plants  for sale , vintage tractor display  in May ( subject to availability ) and music very often.

Wheelchair access is good to most parts although there is some loose stone and gravel in some areas. There is a toilet available.

SUPERVISED children are welcome. Dogs on leads are welcome.

Entrance fee is £3.50 each and children under 12 yrs are free.

The premises were part of what was RAF Dunholme Lodge during the last war and we have a war memorial and a museum  in an old cottage in the garden. Both are well worth a visit. Then you can enjoy a cup of tea and choose from a superb selection of cakes whilst you chat with family and friends.

Bring your friends, aunties, uncles, grannies and granddads and enjoy the afternoon out

We are only 4 miles out of Lincoln on the A46 nr Welton. Just take the turn to Welton and we are half a mile on the left

We look forward to seeing you!

Lesley and Hugh Wykes, Dunholme Lodge, Dunholme.