Quiz night – teams of 8
Tickets £10 each to include deli board supper and cake selection.
Friday December 13th 7.30pm village hall
Tickets available from Lily’s and the co-op or email email@example.com to book your team table.
Don’t have a team?
Don’t let that stop you joining the fun, we can create an ad hoc one!
Question? To firstname.lastname@example.org
In aid of dorchester pre-school
Come and join me at my workshop to make a gorgeous, fresh, Christmas Door Wreath OR an Encrusted candlestick. Your wreath can adorn your door , sit upon a mantle or hang on the wall, the encrusted candlestick can take pride of place on your dining table or sit in an entrance hall, both are lovely. They will be made from Pine, Dogwood, Cupressus, Nuts,Cones,Berries,Mosses etc. ( the candlestick comes complete with pillar candle). You do not need any previous experience at all in flowers and everything will be provided, even a refreshment and a cheeky mince pie. A relaxed and fun class. (the photos are a guide, if you would like to check out my credentials please go to www.blossomwithlaura.com .Come and get in that ‘Christmas spirit’ .
Please email me on email@example.com to book a place, leaving your name, email and telephone number and let me know whether you would like to make the wreath or candlestick and I will be in touch to take payment.
David Miles will talk on: ‘The Land of the White Horse’
Who made the White Horse, when and why? And how has Britain’s oldest piece of land art survived for millennia – through dramatic changes to the land, to language and religion? DM will examine the changing meanings of the Horse and the attitude of antiquarians, local people, writers and artists to this marvellous image and the landscape around it.
David Miles was the Director of Oxford Archaeology and the Chief Archaeologist at English Heritage. Since his retirement he has concentrated on writing: The Tribes of Britain, The Tale of the Axe and recently The Land of the White Horse. He now lives in Kent and the south of France.
The meeting will be preceded by a short AGM – an opportunity for feedback and sharing ideas about future talks, research and outings, and for you to stand for the Committee. We shall also collect members’ subscriptions before the meeting, so do, please, come in good time.
Visitors and new members are always very welcome to our talks and outings.
Margot Metcalfe, Chairman