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Dunholme Village


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Queens Platinum Jubilee Celebrations


Please come and enjoy the fun – 3.00 pm Sunday 5th June

Dunholme Beck near St Chad’s Church

Ducks cost £1 each and all proceeds will be donated to

FiSH  (Food in School Holidays)

Purchase now (contact Angela Hopson – 860353) and will also

be available on the day


Dunholme Ladies Club

The next meeting of Dunholme Ladies Club will be on 5th May and it will be the Annual Dinner. This will be taking place in Dunholme Village Hall and doors open at 7.15pm for all members who are attending. There will be a fish and chip supper served to your table by our splendid waiters, also you can bring your own drinks along to make the evening go by with a swing.

Sue Rawson 862552


Thank you to everyone who supported us on our first fund raising event for over 2 years. We are pleased to say we raised £200.00 which was donated to Dunholme Mother & Toddler group. Seen in the photo is Sue Rawson handing over the money to Antonia with Betsie and Chelcie with Teddy. We hope everyone who came along enjoyed the night and hopefully we can have another later in the year.

Sue Rawson  


Dunholme Village Hall

The A.G.M. of the Dunholme Village Hall management committee will be held on Monday 9th May in the Jubilee Room starting at 7.00p.m. Anyone interested in joining the committee or have any comments on how the hall is managed or the facilities and availability of the hall are welcome to come along. The meeting will be followed by the normal committee meeting.

Graham Rawson 862552


Jambusters WI Article - May

In March we were pleased to welcome back local glass artist Donna Evans. Under Donna's watchful eye we created a beautiful meadow scene of flowers and bees in coloured glass.

At our April meeting on Tuesday 5th we eagerly awaited the return of our artistic work having been fired in Donna's kiln, the results were blooming marvellous!
Unfortunately our planned speaker was unable to attend due to Covid and a programme change took place. Teams gathered to out do their opponents in a quiz. Team Dorothy and the Sidekicks  were the top scorers of the night, proudly taking home their chocolate egg prizes 
New members were warmly welcomed to the group and a fun evening was enjoyed by all. 


We're going potty on Tuesday 3rd May with Nettleham based florist Vicky Kerman helping us to create our spring planters.

Best Wishes

The Jambusters WI Committee Girls | Facebook: The Jambusters WI  



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Dunholme Camera Club

The month of May already and the members are well into the programme of events and enjoying the photographic challenges that have come already in the form of competitions and visits to get their chosen pictures. We have a very varied membership with members enjoying various genres of photography which makes the club so interesting with the diverse images that we see over the year. During the year we see members giving talks on their own images which are very interesting as they are members of all capabilities. Come along to our meetings and join us for some entertaining evenings.


Right what have we got for May? On the 12th one of our Members Glenn will be giving us a talk on his Macro Photography entitled “Close up and Personal” the images that these macro photographers produce are amazing to say the least, we see the world in great magnification and the detail is breath-taking, looking forward to this one. Our second meeting of the month on the 19th  will be a competition between 2 other clubs in Lincolnshire, each club selects 15 images and they are mixed up and a judge will give points to each image and once the scores are added up a winner will be announced. Our final meeting on the 26th will be our 4th club competition of the year which is titled “The Colour Red” so any image goes as long as the main proportion of the image is RED so it will be up to the members to choose their subject and produce their images for the judge. For each competition the members can produce up to 3 colour images and/or 3 black and white images, our judge for this one will be Colin Lusby.


Half interested in photography but would like to get better at your chosen hobby? Then either come along to one of our meetings or get in touch for a bit more information, everyone is welcome and if your not a member the entry fee is only £2.00 per evening, cheaper most things nowadays!


Grahame Dunkin   01673 860469


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