with ’One Night Stand’
Drimpton Village Hall
Saturday 20th July 7.30pm
£10 to include buffet dinner
£5 for admission to dance only
Tickets from Mike 01308 868325
from the Royal Oak or Coffee Morning 6th July
St. Mary’s Church, Drimpton
Theme: Ninety years of Drimpton Village Hall
Saturday July 27th
Sunday July 28th
10am to 5pm
Festival Songs of Praise
Sunday July 28th at 6.30pm
Come along and Bag a Bargain
Blackdown Recycling Sale
Pipe House, Kittwhistle
Saturday 20th July
From 9.30am – 1pm
Teas, Coffees & Bacon Butties
Cake Stall, Plants & Goods
Please pass any items to Philip or Alison
01460 30661/30517 or 01935 83086
A paperback version will be available in a few weeks’ time.
Immersed in a sea of Barbour wearers and waves of Daily Mail readers, Maddie Grigg charts the highs and lows of a Dorset year as she attempts to swim against the tide in the lively and lovely village of Lush Places.
From singing groups, book clubs and point-to-point, not to mention election wars, the village has it all.
A quiet rebel, Maddie is married to a charmer, a man with whom men want to get drunk and women fall in love.
Her diary is a story of love, trust and friendship. Inspired by and taken from the affectionate and amusing Blog of Note, The World From My Window, the novella will make you smile and leave you yearning for a life more simple.
But you might never eat another pasty again.
Theme – 2013 Superstitions, Old Wives’ Tales and Sayings
SATURDAY 8TH JUNE
9- 10.30am come and join a BIG BREAKFAST in Comrades Hall
8pm Comrades Hall BARN DANCE led by Crooked Furrow
Entry only £1.50 and children free (accompanied by an adult)
Bar and Bacon Rolls on sale
SUNDAY 9TH JUNE
Celebrate the many groups and activities that thrive in our village at a 11.00am SPECIAL CHURCH SERVICE
on Bernards’ Place (village green) beginning with the parade of banners
(if wet in the Comrades Hall)
Music from The Paper Boys & Duff Paddy
Malcolm the Magician, fortune teller, teas & BBQ, games, stalls etc.
Scarecrows on show around the village all weekend