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Dunholme Village


Dunholme Friendship Club

Our meetings in October are on Tuesdays October 5th and the 19th.  If any new members would like to join us we meet in the Jubilee room at the Dunholme Village hall starting at 2.15pm till 4pm.

Anyone over the age of 60 is eligible to join.

For further details please contact me on the number below.

Janice Ritchie  01673 861172


Jambusters WI - September 2021

The Jambusters thoroughly enjoyed our September meeting with Marvin Liddle, a local beekeeper.  

Marvin brought along one of his hives and shared a vast amount of knowledge about his busy bees who travel for miles, before returning laden in pollen gathered from the Lincolnshire fields.


We were keen to taste the end result - delicious Lincolnshire honey, perfect for porridge.

Our next meeting takes place on Tuesday Oct 5th we look forward to welcoming Andrew Morton, the Chief Executive of Unit Lincolnshire Hospitals Trust (ULHT)

We look forward to seeing you!

Best Wishes
The Jambusters Committee Girls



Dunholme Luncheon Club


Who knew that when we closed Luncheon in March 2020 as a precaution because of Covid we would not be reopening until 18 months later?  As the Government talk about lifting the final restrictions we have been looking at restarting Luncheon.  Should everything continue to plan we hope to resume Dunholme Luncheon Club on Tuesday 21st September. 

It is with a heavy heart that I have to report that we have lost 10 of our lovely diners who died during the lockdown.  We will miss welcoming them back and send our very best wishes to their family and friends.   We will be contacting all our existing diners at some point during August and will be opening a new waiting list.  Should you wish to be added to the list please contact Theresa on 07776158944.


The whole Team are looking forward to seeing you all again and feeding you lovely meals with a smile and a bit of chatter!


Penny, Theresa & the Team


Scothern Players - back in action !


After an 18 month unforeseen break due to the pandemic of the century, Scothern Players have resumed rehearsals for their long awaited situational farce "Don't Get Your Vicars in a Twist".


Yes, the comedy play you should have seen in January 2020 is back. Barring further isolation restrictions, it will

be staged for your enjoyment at Scothern Village Hall on the 6th and 7th of November and the 12th and 13th of November 2021. Doors will open at 7 pm for a 7.30 pm start. All tickets cost a mere £ 9 each and are available

at WWW.SCOTHERNPLAYERS.ORG.UK or on 01673 861412.


To reassure those of a cautious disposition we have reduced our seating capacity to give you more breathing space and masks may be warn if you wish to do so.

Come along and enjoy the experience of live entertainment that you have been denied since the Covid virus first reared it's ugly head.


What happens when the Vicar is away? The church wardens arrange a murder mystery weekend in the vicarage of course. But when the Bishop makes a surprise visit identities are confused and mayhem results ! We only hope we can do justice to an hilarious and clever script by Anne Gawthorpe and Lesley Bown.


So this November don't miss the best laughs since....well, since we could laugh in public without a mask !!

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Dunholme Camera Club

Well September saw the first interactive members meeting at The Old School and saw just under 30 members turn up for our first meeting since the start of the Pandemic and we had a great catch up and put the world to rights, we have since had more meetings and continue to meet for our usual competitions, talks and demonstrations.

 So what will October bring? We have a couple of events at The Old School which will be the Presidents Challenge which this year is “Hands” that tell a story, it may be showing the hands of a pianist playing the piano or maybe a farrier at work on the horses hooves. Looking forward to judging this one as President of the club. The other meeting will be a talk by one of our members who will be giving a talk on macro photography covering Insects and Fungi. It should be a great evening as Graham our club member puts some great images into club competitions. For full information on the camera club and to see the dates that our events take place take a look at our website get in touch via the “Contact” page, we also have a face book page that you could join just look for Dunholme Camera Club on Facebook.

 Are you interested in photography? Want to improve your skills as a photographer? Then get in touch or just come along to one of our meetings and see what a great group of photographers we are and join in with our activities. We meet every other Thursday night at 7.30pm for a couple of hours and have various competitions, talks demonstrations and interclub activities. Once we get fully back to normal we also have a day group where we have outings out and about for the day with our cameras so why not get involved and either improve your photography or start a new hobby by joining the camera club.


Grahame Dunkin  01673 860469 email:


Dunholme Village Hall

The current members of the Dunholme Village Hall have been on the committee for many years and some are  due to retire soon. The committee is therefore seeking  new members from the community to continue the good work.

The village hall is owned by the Parish Council but the committee is responsible for its day to day running.  This included  all bookings of all uses by local organisations and maintaining the building in a good condition.  The committee meets about once every two months,

If anyone is interested please contact the secretary on  01673 861172.


Dunholme Ladies Club

Well ladies it was lovely to see you all at our first meeting back after a long absence. I hope you all enjoyed our little get together and where able to catch up with old and new friends. Unfortunately, l cannot promise the excellent waiter service we had on the night but l am sure you all appreciated it.

Our next meeting is on Thursday 7th October when our speaker will be Penny Hardman who will be telling us all about the Lincoln Area Dial A Ride and Shopmobility scheme. The meeting will start at 7.30 p.m. and be in the main hall of Dunholme Village Hall. 

Up and coming events planned are the Lincoln Ukulele Band, Sausage making, a talk from Rev. Adam Watson and a Fish and Chip supper so watch out for more information.

Sue Rawson – Chairlady Tele 01673 862552


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