DUNHOLME VILLAGE HALL
DUNHOLME VILLAGE HALL COMMITTEE
Dunholme's village hall is situated on Honeyholes Lane. It has a large room capable of holding 200
people and a smaller room, the Jubilee room, that holds aproximately 50 people. The hall has it's own liceced bar and
a fully equiped kitchen. There is disabled toilet facilities as well as separate toilet in the Jubilee room.
The village hall is within a sports complex with an indoor bowls hall with five lanes attached and a bowling green,
football pitch and tenis courts within the grounds.
The village hall committee has charitable
status using the hall for social, recreational, educational and other philanthropic events for the benifit of the local community
Dunholme Camera Club
really believe how quickly the year is going but with the brighter, warmer days it does make you feel a bit more like going
out with the Camera and getting some pictures. Great pictures are everywhere and It just needs a bit of imagination to make
a good picture great. During the year at the Camera Club we encourage people to take their pictures and then between the members
and the committee we discuss how to better the image whether that be by composition or digital manipulation or maybe it just
means that a few settings on the camera need to be changed to make an image brighter, sharper or just better by choosing the
right settings to produce the image in the first instance. If you have an interest in photography and would like to get a
bit better when behind the camera then come along to the camera club and see what it’s all about either just turn up
on a club night or get in touch for a chat prior to coming along.
March we had a great talk by Stuart Wilde who has ventured into the world of Press photography and he also explained how to
take the fear out of taking certain photographs so a big thank you to Stuart for that. Later in the month we had a fun competition,
members had to bring digital images of items that were either a macro close up shot or an item taken at such of an angle that
no one could really make out what it was. Well it’s amazing what can be done with such simple everyday items and the
members had great fun working out what the items were in the digital images put before them. The best part was there was prizes
for those who got the most items right and a big thank you to Jill for organising things “Again”
Right onto April and our first meeting will be on
the 3rd April when we will be having a “Critique”
evening this is a great way to get some feedback on your images each member brings along some images and then in turn the
members visit the tables of images and critique is written down and then later in the evening the comments are read out for
people to hear and it’s amazing how some members agree and some don’t but that is what photography is about, we
will never agree to agree but that’s good we all have our own ideas and values in photography. Our second and final
meeting will be on the 17 th April when we
will have an inter club competition with another club from Lincolnshire 15 print and 15 digital images will be presented and
judged who will be the winners this year?
you are interested in joining the Camera Club then either come along or get in touch, all meetings start at 7.30 every second
Dunkin 01673 860469 email@example.com visit our website at www.dunholmecameraclub.co.uk
Real Club - Lunch
March for April 2014
My goodness where is the year running away to?
April already, however I am grateful for the lighter days, may blossom and sunshine!
Real Club has continued to flourish at Stonecliff Park club
house on alternate Wednesdays 11.30 to 3pm (stay for as long or short as you wish) with participants enjoying soup, a fresh
sandwich lunch with all the trimmings, toasted tea cakes and copious amounts of tea and coffee.
We recently presented our service at a local expo which was very well received and supported. There was opportunity
to show comments from our participants in the club and a few of which I will share with you.
“Superb, what would we do without it”
done ladies you have got it about right”
“Good food, good company,
good venue. What more could you want?”
“Good company, friendly
atmosphere. Lunches are good value for money.”
you get tea and cake for £1.50 these days? Thank you.”
any of this sounds enticing and whets your appetite contact Christine Bradbury on 01673 862716
Or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Look out for the notices in the library and Co-op. Look forward to meeting you.
Welton Gardening Club
The Christmas lunch will be on
Sunday, 15th December at the Farmers Arms, Welton Hill, 1pm start.
If you are attending and have not yet let the Secretary
know, then please do so. If anyone requires a lift then please also let the Secretary know.
Monday, 27th January 2014. Steve Lovell will talk about Flowers and Fauna of the Mediterranean, this
is sure to bring a little brightness to the dark days of winter. Make a note in your diary.
Sue Betts (860538)
Impish Quilters are an enthusiastic
group of Quilters and crafters that meet every second Thursday in the Dunholme Village Hall at 7.30pm.
On Thursday 12th December we will be having our Christmas Party, a fun social evening
with food and games, to welcome in the Christmas season. We welcome visitors to
our meetings when we have speakers and demonstrations, and only charge £4 at the door. For further information, on membership
of Impish Quilters, please phone, Judith Mackay on 01673 860533, or email email@example.com.