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Dunholme Camera Club

Well that's another year nearly ended, I hope it has been a good one for you all and you have managed to make many memories that you have captured with your camera's ? Photos make great memories for years to come and even for later generations but you meet remember to take the photographs off your camera card and place them safely in a couple of places so that they are safe for future generations to view. If you don't know how to save your pictures and you just leave them on the card in your camera you need to come along to the camera club where during the year we cover various topics such as this.

So what do we have during December at the Camera Club? Well our first meeting is on the 7th December when the club has its Christmas meal and presentation evening, the entries for the club competition's have been great this year and it has seen some of the newer members getting high places from the judges that have been to the club over the year. For members that are not coming to the meal make sure you attend the second part of the evening for the cup presentations.


Our final meeting of the year will be on the 14th December which will be the club A.G.M. What can we say about an A.G.M? Well anyone who is interested can attend see what we have done and possibly join us in 2018.


Finally, a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to everyone. See you in 2018.

Grahame Dunkin 07501 259001


The Jambusters WI - December 2017

November saw the Jambusters in action, armed and dangerous with a bowling ball in hand and ten pins in our sights. A good mix of strikes, spares and, ok so maybe there was the odd roll of eyes in despair, but there was no stopping us once we were in full flow, there has already been talk of a second outing... bring it on!

Christmas fayre, food and fine voices are our thing for December. With a mince pie in one hand and a warm glass of mulled wine in the other, singing to our hearts content we've got 2017 all wrapped up.
Thank you to all our Jambuster ladies for another fabulous year together. We can't wait to welcome you all back for another year of fun on Tuesday 9th January.

 The Jambuster Committee Girls
Facebook – The Jambusters WI



Do you enjoy playing Scrabble and making new friends? Then come to Dunholme Old School on alternate Wednesdays: November 8, November 22. December 5. Doors open at 7.15 to start playing at 7.30 until 9.30.


Each session will cost £3, to include refreshments, and all profits will go to Hope for Justice, a charity working to see an end to Modern Day Slavery. ( )

Just turn up on the night or for more information please contact Barbara on 01522 731247 or Wendy on 01522 422170 or Joy on 01673 862542


Dunholme Friendship Club

We only have one meeting in December which is on Tuesday 5th. We meet in the Dunholme Village Hall starting at 2.15pm and finishing at 4.00pm.

If anyone would like anymore information on what we do or would like to become a member please ring me on the number below.

We wish everyone a Merry Christmas and all the best for 2018.

Janice Ritchie

01673 861172

Jumble Sale

The next Jumble Sale will be on Saturday 6th January 2018 in Dunholme Village Hall. Doors open 1.00pm We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who in some way has helped us this year whether it has been donating items, buying from the sales or giving their time to help, as without all of you we could not do as much. Merry Christmas to everybody and a Happy New Year.

Sue Rawson 862552


Dunholme Ladies Club

The next meeting will be on Thursday, 7th December when the speaker will be Avril Parsons  who will be talking about Silk Scarves. The meeting will start at 7.30pm and be held in the main hall of Dunholme village Hall. 

Sue Rawson – Chairlady Tele 01673 862552


Merry Christmas from Dunholme Community Lottery


 Why not treat yourself for Christmas and the coming year to one of the numbered discs we have awaiting a home for the price of £27 per quarter (a little over £2 per week)!!  You could be a winner of one of our cash prizes each month whilst also supporting community groups in the village and helping the restoration of our beautiful village church.

 Congratulations to our October winners

 No. 007 - 1st Prize £50 - Anne Boulter (Dunholme)

No. 050 - 2nd prize £25 - David Rosier (Dunholme)

No. 004 - 3rd Prize £10 - Rick Paulson (Dunholme)

 Want to know more or join us, please contact one of the team below or use the e-mail.   Thank you

 Margaret Clifton  01673 866245

Glyn Jones  01673 861907

Helen Loving  01673 861714

Or e-mail




Fighting Poverty through Trade

Christmas is coming 

 St Chad’s Church

 Wednesday 6th December from  09:00 to Noon

 An assortment of Fairtrade tea, coffee, biscuits, chocolate etc. including Christmas Cards and gifts ideas, will be available to buy.

There will also be catalogues available too to look at or take away and you can place your order through me to save on postage costs.

 Wendy Mitchell will have Forever Living products for purchase or order.

 Please support this to help Traidcraft help more with their life-transforming work with the poorest people across the world.          Thank you.

 Helen Loving  01673 861714

Your Neighbourhood Policing Team

  PC 326 Martin DOHERTY

PCSO Julie MCFAUL     


One of your neighbourhood officers will be attending the following

Coffee Morning’s / Police Surgeries we will be pleased to meet you and discuss any issues you may wish to raise alternatively please call 101.

 Please be aware: on occasions there may be non attendance due to unforeseen circumstances and unavoidable, so please accept our apologies should this happen

 You can also follow us on TWITTER @WELTONHEMSPOL





2nd Dec 2017

Ingham Village Hall

10:30 – 11:30

5th Dec  2017

St Chads Church, Dunholme

10:00 – 11:00

7th Dec 2017

St Mary’s Church, Welton

11.00 – 12.00

13th Dec 2017

Glentham Village Hall

10:00 – 11:00

22nd Dec 2017

Corringham Village Hall

10.00 – 11.00

To report a Crime please call 101.

 If ‘urgent’ please call 999.

If you would like to pass information anonymously, please call Crime Stoppers on 0800 555 111.


Nativity Treasure Hunt


You are warmly invited to help create a series of nativity scenes and then hide them in your village. This craft activity will be one of several free family activities available at Chad’s Primary School on Sunday 3rd December as part of the 4 O’clock Service organised by St Chad’s Church. Anyone who finds one of the painted pebbles is encouraged to post a photo on the 4 O’clock Service Facebook page and then re-hide it in the village for others to find. For more information contact Revd. Paul on 07946166210


Christmas Gift & Craft Fair

Dunholme Old School


Love Handmade, Join us on

Sunday 3rd December 10am-3pm

One of a kind handcrafted gifts from local traders


*Floral Adorable Florist, Handmade Christmas Wreaths beautiful fresh & artificial

*Cards by Cynthia, Handmade personalised Christmas cards & greeting Cards for all Occasions

*Lincoln Woolpack, with a selection of knitting & Crochet Yarns, Hooks, Patterns & Crochet Kits

*Christmas Chocolate Bouquets

*Gifts & bespoke Christmas decorations