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Dunholme Village

 WHAT'S ON

 

EVENTS FOR MARCH 2019


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Dunholme Friendship Club

Our meetings in March are Tuesdays 12th and 26th.

We meet in the Jubilee room of the Dunholme Village Hall from 2.15pm to 4pm.

At the last committee meeting our outings for 2019 were discussed with several suggestions being put forward on where we should go.  We will now put these to the members and by next month we should have some idea of destinations and dates.  Non members are always welcome to come on our outings.  For further information please contact me below.

Janice Ritchie 01673 861172


Jumble Sale

On Saturday 16th March, a Jumble Sale will be held at Dunholme Village Hall. The sale will start at 1.00pm and this sale is in aid of Dunholme Old School 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, 7th March when the speaker will be Sadie Hurst who will be giving a talk titled "Much ado about food". The meeting will start at 7.30pm and be held in the main hall of Dunholme village Hall. 

Sue Rawson – Chairlady Tele 01673 862552

  

The Mustard Seed  (St Mary's Church Shop)

We shall be opening on Friday 1st March 2019 until Sat 2nd November 2019,  Opening times are Thursday, Friday & Saturday, 9.30am to 12.pm. Please call in and have a browse, you will be very welcome.  Thank you.



 CHAD'S COFFEE STOP


Tuesday 5th March 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

 

Diary of Events for March 2019

Day

Event

Time

Location

1st

Bingo

18.30

DVH

3rd

All Age Worship

11.00

St Chad’s

4th

Music Bugs

Post Office

Dancing Classes

09.30-11.30

15.00-18.00

16.50-19.40

Dunholme Old School

St Chad’s

Dunholme Old School

5th

Chad’s Coffee Stop

Dunholme Camera Club

Jambusters WI

09.30-11.30

10.00-12.00

19.30

St Chad’s

Dunholme Old School

Dunholme Primary School

6th

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

7th

Dunholme Ladies Club

Dunholme Camera Club

19.30

19.30

DVH

Dunholme Old School

10th

St. Chad’s Sunday School

Holy Communion

10.55

11.00

Dunholme Old School

St Chad’s

11th

Music Bugs

Post Office

09.30-11.30

15.00-18.00

Dunholme Old School

St Chad’s

12th

Morning Prayer

Luncheon Club

Dunholme Friendship Club

09.15

12.00

14.15

St Chad’s

Dunholme Old School

Jubilee Room

13th

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

14th

Dunholme Camera Club

19.30

Dunholme Old School

16th

Jumble Sale

13.00

DVH

17th

Morning Worship

11.00

St Chad’s

18th

Music Bugs

Post Office

Dancing Clases

09.30-1130

15.00-18.00

16.50-19.40

Dunholme Old School

St Chad’s

Dunholme Old School

19th

Morning Prayer

09.15

St Chad’s

20th

Post Office

Knit and Natter

Bible Studies

Holy Communion

Scrabble

09.00-12.00

09.30-09.30-11.3011.00

12.15

19.30-21.30

St Chad’s

St Chad’s

Dunholme Old School

St Chad’s

Dunholme Old School

21st

Cake & Cuppa –Umbrella Group

Dunholme Camera Club

09.00-1200

19.30

Dunholme Old School

Dunholme Old School

23rd

Grand Sale

10.00-1200

DVH

24th

Holy Communion

Encounter Evening

11.00

19.00

St Chad’s

St Chad’s

25th

Music Bugs

Post Office

Dancing Classes

09.30-11.30

15.00-18.00

16.50-19.40

Dunholme Old School

St Chad’s

Dunholme Old School

26th

Morning Prayer

Luncheon Club

Dunholme Friendship Club

09.15

12.00

14.15

St Chad’s

Dunholme Old School

Jubilee Room

27th

Post Office

Bible Studies

Holy Communion

09.00-09.30-11.3012.00

12.15

St Chad’s

Dunholme Old School

St Chad’s

29th

Fund Raising Fashion Show

18.30

DVH

31st

Benefice Holy Communion, Scothern

09.15

St Germains

Scrabble For Justice

New Year…new start!

Do you enjoy playing Scrabble and making new friends? Then come to Dunholme Old School on alternate Wednesdays, starting on 9 January  and then 23 January.

Doors open at 7.15 to start playing at 7.30 until 9.30. Beginners and experienced players welcome.

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. (  www.hopeforjustice.org.uk )

Just turn up on the night or for more information please contact Joy on 01673 862542

 

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)

Cake & Cuppa Morning

 

umbrellas Lincoln are holding another cake & Cuppa morning on Thursday 21st March from 9:30-12 @ the old school centre, Dunholme.

Umbrellas is a registered charity (1177444) fundraising for a play & meeting place for children, young people and adults with additional needs and their families within the Lincoln area.

Many thanks,

Becky

Secretary for umbrellas Lincoln

 

The Jambusters WI – March 2019

February, as always is our WI Annual Meeting, votes were submitted, counted and verified and we are delighted to announce Helen O'Meara will continue in her role as Jambusters President along with Lesley Hodges as Treasurer. 
Hazel Johnson stepped down as Secretary, having been in post for 5 years and we are pleased to confirm fellow committee member, Angela Tuplin, agreed to take on the role and will do a fantastic job keeping members informed. 
We would also like to extend our thanks to retiring committee members, Michele English, Cheryl Barrass & Jaclyn Gibson - your help and involvement within the team over the last year has been much appreciated. 
With the formal business completed, we gave a warm welcome to our speaker for the evening, Jack Green of Dunholme Chillies. 
Jack, a young local business owner gave a fabulously entertaining (and at times hilarious!) talk about his entrepreneurial endeavours. Many members commenting afterwards how inspirational Jack is and that they had thoroughly enjoyed the evening. A great night and a repeat visit is sure to be on the cards.  Thank you to the dedicated refreshment fairies for their delicious tea break treats.

Our next meeting takes place on Tuesday 5th March as we test our creative skills trying our hand at sugar craft. We look forward to welcoming all members, old and new, to Dunholme St Chad's Primary School at 7.30pm.

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

  

Camera Club.

Evening Meetings

February was a great month at the Camera Club with a few new members joining, our first club competition (Print Open) which had some amazing images, including some from the newer members which was great to see and we ended the month with a brain storming session on the 21st to iron out what the members want in 2020 so the programme should now be complete for next year.

 

Right lets get straight into March and we start on the 7th March with a “Night Shoot” out in Lincoln when the members will be looking to take their photographs in mono (Black and White) Mono images have always remained popular with photographers since the days before colour images were produced, should be a great night. Our second meeting on the 14th March will be our second club competition which is a “Digital Open” for this competition members can send in 3 images of their choice with an open subject. The third meeting on the 21st will see a talk by Diane Seddon entitled “Creative Art Photography” Diane has visited the club many times and each evening just gets better.

 

Day Group

 The day group has just the one meeting during the month which will be on the 5th March and we will be visiting “Gibraltar Point” (weather permitting) this will be a good day out in the fresh air looking for various wildlife and other sights around the area. When the day group members visit their chosen destination each month there is always a reason for the visit, at Gibraltar Point there is a few bird hides to visit but it doesn’t stop there, as the members walk round there is the flowers, landscapes, waterways, seascapes, buildings, boats plus much more, never a dull day when were out and about.

 

Anyone is welcome at the camera club so get yourself down and join us one night and see what its all about. Do make sure you visit our website at  www.dunholmecameraclub.co.uk some amazing photos from the members.

 

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

 

 

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Hackthorn & Cold Hanworth Local History Group

 OPEN DAY

Saturday, 30 March - 10:00am To 8:00 P.M. Hackthorn Village Hall

The Group is holding the Open Day to look at all the material that has been collected over the past few years. If you have anything you would like to exhibit or if you have any information about past residents of the villages please contact Diane Reed (07847 408983) or Cathy Andrews (01673 861058).

Please come along and enjoy reminiscing with us. Tea & Coffee available

EVERYONE WELCOME

History Group website is at www.haekthomhistorygroup.org.uk