Broadwindsor Fun Days

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Well, the Broadwindsor Fun Weekend is over and what a weekend it was.

Pictures from the event are on our Facebook page.

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Another accolade for our village shop

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Congratulations to everyone involved in Broadwindsor Community Stores, which has just been shortlisted in a national competition.

The shop is one of three in the ‘services’ category of The Plunkett Foundations’s community ownership awards to have reached the final of the competition. See more here.

The winners will be announced in July.

Echoes from the Gallery

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Beaminster Gallery Quire will kick off Broadwindsor’s Fun Weekend with a concert of West Gallery music –  the tuneful and lively village church music from two centuries ago.

Broadwindsor’s west gallery has long gone, but the church will once again echo to the sounds of the ‘village band and quire’ that used to occupy it every Sunday, singing and playing with gusto!

The programme will feature a lot of music from the Hardy family manuscripts (Thomas Hardy’s antecedents were keen church musicians) such as carols, psalm tunes and anthems, along with songs and dance tunes from the early nineteenth century.  Admission is free, and interval refreshments will be available.

‘Echoes from the Gallery’ is on Friday 6 June at 7.30pm in St John’s Church, Broadwindsor.  The Quire will be in early 19th century costume, and members of the audience are invited (if they wish) to be similarly attired (think Jane Austen!)

Broadwindsor Fun Days 6-8 June: programme of events

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The Jubilee Group is holding its Fun Days weekend starting on the evening of Friday 6 June.

Please come along and join in the fun!

FRIDAY

7.30pm  BEAMINSTER GALLERYQUIRE present “Echoes From The Gallery” in Broadwindsor Church.

Refreshments available • Free admission

SATURDAY

10am onwards (Saturday and Sunday)

Heroes AND Villains themed SCARECROW FESTIVAL

Scarecrows on display throughout the village

SATURDAY

9-10.30am  BIG BREAKFAST in Comrades’ Hall.

Adults £5  •  Children £2.50  • Family £13

2-4pm  AFTERNOON TEA in the gardens of Broadwindsor House.

£2.50 per person

Enjoy a traditional tea while you watch the village cricket match next door

8pm  BARN DANCE in Comrades’Hall with music by Crooked Furrow. Bar available.

 Adults £2, accompanied children under-12 free.

SUNDAY

11am ‘VILLAGE PRAISE’ Family Church Service, Broadwindsor Church

2.15  PARADE of SHIELDS to be led by Beaminster Fire Engine

2.30  OFFICIAL OPENING of the Fun Day Fete by Mr Bob Wills

Featuring at 2.45 & 4.15 live music by Longshadows

Sideshows •  Magician • FortuneTeller  Children’s Art Competition display• TeasBBQ • Pet Corner• Art Exhibition and Sale

4.45 (approximately)PRIZEGIVING Presentation to winners of scarecrow and children’s art competitions

 

 

Coffee morning in aid of Fun Days

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Coffee morning and spring sale
Saturday 17 May
Comrades Hall, Broadwindsor
10.30am – 12 noon
Admission £1 
(includes coffee/tea & biscuits)
Under 12s free
Stalls will include local crafts, local produce, plants, cakes, raffle
In aid of Broadwindsor Fun Days 2014

WI coffee morning

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Broadwindsor WI
Coffee morning
Saturday 3 May
10.30-12 noon
Comrades’ Hall, Broadwindsor,
Adults £1, to include coffee and biscuits
Under 12s free
Cake sale, produce, raffle

 

Allotments up for grabs

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Broadwindsor Allotment need you!

Do you want to manage your own allotment plot? Broadwindsor Allotments Group has spaces and water.

Annual rental:  whole plot £10, half plot £5, quarter plot £5, plus an initial £25 deposit (returnable when you give up your plot).

Grow your 5/7 a day, enjoy fresh produce this year.  Interested?

To make a start, please contact Janet Iveson on 01308 868759 or email ivesons@hotmail.com