1 bedroom flat at Fullers for rent

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Magna Housing Limited has a 1 bedroom sheltered first floor flat available now at Fullers, Broadwindsor, Beaminster, Dorset, DT8 3PY.

Broadwindsor has a local shop and pub. Beaminster is a 10 minute drive from Broadwindsor  which has many local amenities including a bank, post office and local pub and supermarket.

The flat is in sheltered accommodation available to those over 55. Under 55s will be considered if they will benefit from living in this type of accommodation.

Sheltered housing properties have an emergency call system. A communal room available for residents to use for socialising and activities. This scheme also has a guest room available for residents families to stay for a small charge.                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Main features

  • 1 double bedroom first floor flat
  • On road parking
  • Shower
  • Storage heating
  • Flooring provided in kitchen and bathroom
  • 24-hour support and assistance
  • Pets allowed with permission, maximum of 2 – dogs must be microchipped
  • EPC rating band C
  • Assured tenancy will be issued following a 12 month starter period

No deposit is required however you will need to pay up to 4 weeks rent in advance. A satisfactory reference from your current landlord will also be required.

Rent

Rent :                         £ 87.33

Service Charge:       £ 24.70

Personal Charge:     £ 3.24 Careline

£6.82  Water

Total:                          £ 122.09

If you are interested in this property please contact Magna on 01305 216062

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High energy original Roma jazz with Faith I Branko

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BROADWINDSOR COMMUNITY HALL and ARTSREACH PRESENTS

FAITH i BRANKO

COMRADES HALL

 SAT. 6th OCT

7.30 PM

 

Roma violinst Branko and U.K. accordionist Faith perform high energy original Roma/Jazz influenced music. Combining tabor pipe, double bass and guitar with the accordion and violin, Faith i Branko take audiences on a journey from melancholy Roma laments to storming “kolos” and explorations into jazz, swing,Gypsy, rumba. Turkish and Indian influenced songs. Faith i Branko guarantee a sensational, authentic night of music. Expect a joyous, passionate, boisterous, fiery and spirited performance.  

 

 £9 ADULT/ £6 U18 PER TICKET

 FOR FURTHER DETAILS CONTACT

IAN BUTCHER 01308 867644

WINE, BEER, FRUIT JUICE, SNACKS AND SOFT DRINKS AVAILABLE

 

Ghost Stories (15)

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BROADWINDSOR COMMUNITY FILM CLUB PRESENTS

GHOST STORIES (15)

A FILM BY JEREMY DYSON & ANDY NYMAN

 STARRING

ANDY NYMAN, PAUL WHITEHOUSE, ALEX LAWTHER & MARTIN FREEMAN

 

PROF. PHILLIP GOODMAN IS A RENOWEN SCEPTIC OF ALL THINGS SUPERNATURAL. GIVEN THE OPPORTUNITY TO INVESTIGATE THREE CASE HISTORIES OF BAFFLING PARANORMAL ACTIVITY, HE UNCOVERS MYSTERIES BEYOND HIS OWN IMAGINATION, EACH MORE FRIGHTENING THAN THE LAST, LEADING TO A NIGHTMARISH CONCLUSION THAT FORCES HIM TO QUESTION EVERYTHING HE ONCE BELIEVED.

 

7.30 PM

FRIDAY 2nd NOV. 2018

 

FILM CLUB MEMBERS FREE AND GUESTS £4

 

FOR FURTHER DETAILS CONTACT

 

IAN BUTCHER 01308 867644

BRENDA SMITH 01308 868392

JOYCE CHUMBLEY 01308 868286

 

WINE, BEER, FRUIT JUICE, SNACKS AND SOFT DRINKS AVAILABLE

 

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (15)

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BROADWINDSOR COMMUNITY FILM CLUB

 PRESENTS

THREE BILLBOARDS OUTSIDE EBBING, MISSOURI

(15)

DIRECTED BY MARTIN McDONAGH

 

STARRING

FRANCES McDORMAND, SAM ROCKWELL & WOODY HARRELSON

WINNER OF 2018 OSCARS FOR BEST ACTRESS AND BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR

 

MILDRED HAYES, A HARD-NOSED MOTHER, IS SEEKING JUSTICE FOR HER MURDERED DAUGHTER. WITH NO ARRESTS AFTER SEVEN MONTHS, MILDRED PUTS UP THREE BILLBOARDS TO GOAD EBBING POLICE CHIEF INTO ACTION. HOWEVER THE LAW AND ESPECIALLY THE HO- HEADED DEPUTY DON’T TAKE KINDLY TO THE PROVOCATION AND THE TOWNSFOLK ARE ON THEIR SIDE. BUT MILDRED DOESN’T CARE ABOUT RUFFLING A FEW FEATHERS!

 

FUNNY, BRUTAL AND BREATHTAKINGLY BEAUTIFUL WITH TWO EXCEPTIONALLY RAW LEAD PERFORMANCES

7.30 PM

FRIDAY 19th OCT. 2018

 

FILM CLUB MEMBERS FREE AND GUESTS £4

 

FOR FURTHER DETAILS CONTACT

 

IAN BUTCHER 01308 867644

BRENDA SMITH 01308 868392

JOYCE CHUMBLEY 01308 868286

 

WINE, BEER, FRUIT JUICE, SNACKS AND SOFT DRINKS AVAILABLE

 

Caddy family gathering draws in relatives worldwide

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Thirty-four descendants (including husbands and wives) of John and Elizabeth Caddy, who lived in Burstock during the first part of the eighteenth century, assembled at the Comrades Hall last month.
Fifteen of the contingent came from Glamorgan, six from Utah and five from Australia.  There were even two from Dorset!

The Death of Stalin (15)

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BROADWINDSOR FILM CLUB PRESENTS

The Death of Stalin (15)

Comrades Hall

Friday 7 September

7.30pm

Black comedy written and directed by Armando Iannucci and co-written by David Schneider, Ian Martin and Peter Fellows.

Starring Steve Buscemi, Simon Russell Beale, Paddy Considine, Rupert Friend, Jason Isaacs, Michael Palin, Andrea Riseborough and Jeffrey Tambor, with Olga Kurylenko, Paul Chahidi, Dermot Crowley, Adrian McLoughlin, and Paul Whitehouse appearing in support roles.

When tyrannical dictator Joseph Stalin dies in 1953, his parasitic cronies square off in a frantic power struggle to become the next Soviet leader. Among the contenders are the dweebish Georgy Malenkov, the wily Nikita Khrushchev and Lavrenti Beria — the sadistic secret police chief. As they bumble, brawl and back-stab their way to the top, the question remains — just who is running the government?

FILM CLUB MEMBERS AND GUESTS ONLY

Apply on the night or for further details contact:

Ian Butcher 01308 867644

Brenda Smith 01308 868392

Joyce Chumbley 01308 868286

Wine, beer, fruit juice and soft drinks available

Please note that annual subscriptions are now due!

Money for village groups and causes

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Village representatives with their cheques and Alan Bunch (centre) from Broadwindsor Jubilee Group

Funds totalling £1,700 have been handed out to village groups and projects following this year’s Broadwindsor Fun Weekend.

Broadwindsor Jubilee Group chairman Alan Bunch presented the cheques at a special thank you party for helpers on Bernards’ Place outside Comrades Hall.

The weekend was held over 1-3 June and included a scarecrow festival, live music in the village square and a mass drumming session.

Mr Bunch thanked all those who had helped at the events, and also during the year when the group raises money to help pay for the annual weekend of fun.

He said the primary aim of the weekend was for all villagers to come together and have a good time, so to raise money for local causes was a bonus.

The village’s planned multi-use games area (MUGA) was awarded £750 and the Friends of Broadwindsor School received £500 to help repair the wooden fort in the playground. Other recipients were Fullers (£50), WI (£50), Brownies and Rainbows (£100), Church After School Club (£100), Comrades Hall (£50) and the sports field (£100)

David Leader, who is spearheading the MUGA project on behalf of the parish council, said: “The idea for this came from a consultation of residents when the parish plan of 2012 was being developed.

“It was identified that there was a need for a sporting area that could be used by the whole community for a variety of sports.

“The parish council picked up on this aspiration and worked with the community to identify a suitable site. The school provided the best location and had the massive advantage of providing a fantastic facility for the school and its pupils.

“The school were understandably delighted at the prospect of gaining this facility but did make the point that they did not have any funds to contribute – school budgets are incredibly tight at the moment.

“A public meeting was held which demonstrated considerable support for the project, a planning application submitted and approved.

“Then started the tasks of raising funds and finding a specialist contractor to build the facility at a competitive cost. We are nearly there and this donation will make a wonderful contribution.

“The Jubilee Group make a wonderful contribution to the life and well-being of our community and I cannot thank them enough for all they do.”