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Dunholme Village

 WHAT'S ON


EVENTS FOR NOVEMBER 2018


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Dunholme Friendship Club

 

Our meetings in November are on Tuesdays 6th and 20th We now meet in the Jubilee room of the Dunholme Village Hall from 2.15pm to 4.00pm. Anyone over the age of 60 is eligible to join, you will be made most welcome.. For more information contact me on the number below. Janice Ritchie  01673  861172

 

Jumble Sale

On Saturday 24th November a Jumble Sale will be held at Dunholme Village Hall. The sale will start at 1.00pm and this sale is in aid of Monday Art Class 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 will be on Thursday, 1st November when the speaker will be Chris Hewis who will be giving a talk on The WW1 Nurse Jean Bemrose. The meeting will start at 7.30pm and be held in the main hall of Dunholme village Hall. 

Sue Rawson – Chairlady Tele 01673 8625522

 

Shoebox Activity Day

The next of this year's Shoebox Filling Days will take place on Saturday 3rd November. This will take place in Dunholme Village Hall and will start at 10.00am until approx. 11.30am. Everybody is welcome to come along and help fill shoeboxes for this year's appeal, please note that children should be accompanied by an adult.

Sue Rawson 862552


Dunholme Village Hall

The next meeting of the Dunholme Village Hall Committee will take place on Monday 19th November. The meeting will start at 7.00pm and be held in the Jubilee Room.

Graham Rawson 862552


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Chads Coffee Stop 



Tuesday 6th November 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


Welton & District Branch  - Royal British Legion

      The next meeting of the Branch will be on Thursday 1st November 2018 at Welton Sports & Social Club at 7.15 p.m. for a 7.30 p.m. start

     This year’s Combined Armistice/Remembrance Service     will  be  at   Welton   Village   Memorial  on  Sunday  11th  November 2018 where the Welton Branch of the Royal British Legion will be represented. Everyone is welcome and members of the public are asked to assemble by 10.45 a.m. at the Memorial.

 

The Jambusters WI – October 2018

What a crafty lot our Jambuster ladies are as an array of colourful glass stockings were made at our October meeting under the guidance of Donna from the ArtPod. Donna demonstrated the skills used to make beautiful glass art including jewellery, ornaments and decorations.
We all got stuck in making our individual pieces, which once fired in Donna's kiln, will be returned in time for our December meeting - we can't wait to see the finished results to proudly hang them on our Christmas tree. 

Our next meeting on Tuesday 6th Nov sees a return visit from Sammie & Amy to tell us more about Deco 22 Gin. A reminder that the Village Christmas Fayre on Fri 30th Nov takes place at Dunholme St Chad's School where we will be having our usual stall, offers of help both with cake donations and to lend a hand on the stall are greatly welcome from WI members to help raise WI funds.

We'll be in the Christmas spirit on Tuesday 4th December singing carols, eating mince pies and playing Bingo – get ready for eyes down ladies! 

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

 

Dunholme Camera Club.

 

Evening Group

 Well we are very quickly moving towards the end of the year the Autumn is definitely upon us. Moving into winter we still have some great happenings at the Camera Club, firstly in November on the first of the month we will be having the “Chairs Challenge” this year our Chairman “Jim  Blainey” set us a challenge “3 in Nature” his brief was to produce a single image which has 3 things depicting nature so three birds, or 1 bird, 1 tree, 1 flower, etc; 3 different types of fungi. There should be some great results. The second meeting will be the final of the “Monthly Online Competition” during the year members have been competing in a monthly competition where they have been given a different theme every month and the top 5 winners from each month will be going into this final competition, there are 10 monthly competitions so there will be 55 entries for me to judge on the 15th November, may the best photographer win. We have 3 meetings during November and the final meeting of the month on the 29th November will be a “Camera Alternative’s “ evening when members will be showing their images taken with their Mobile Phones, Tablets or iPods etc; no prizes or awards but just sharing the images that we have taken when a camera was not available.

 We have had an amazing year sharing experiences, looking at other members images and entering the competitions that have been set for us during the year so if you would like to improve your photography in 2019 then get down to The Old School one night at the beginning of the year and join in. £30.00 a year membership which is about £2.00 per meeting, great entertainment at that price.

 

 Day Group

 Our day group has gone from strength to strength with roughly about 15 members attending various activities during the year since we started, the meetings have mainly been based on outdoor activities where we can get out and about with our cameras doing what we do best “taking pictures” many activities have been covered during the year including, Landscapes, Wildlife, Motor Sport, plus much more. We hope to continue the outdoor theme in November when we will be visiting “Clumber Park” on the 6th November and weather permitting getting some great shots around the park, fresh air and a great walk with likeminded photographers exchanging tips and tricks. If the weather doesn’t allow us out and about we will be at Dunholme Old School in the main hall where we will be finding out about some of the lesser used options on our cameras, sharing techniques and getting to grips with the finer details of the cameras. If you would like to join the day group but don’t have transport available then the members attending do work out a “Car Sharing” scheme so that everyone can get to the relevant places on the day.

 

 Happy Snapping  Grahame Dunkin  01673 860469 email:  dunholmecc@btinternet.com website:  www.dunholmecameraclub.co.uk