Friday 17th February 2017 at 4:00pm
St Nicholas School, Child Okeford
Artsreach presents: The Paddleboat Theatre production of "Margo & Mr Whatsit"
Did you ever have an imaginary friend? A little piece of mischief only you could see? Sophia's imaginary friend is called Mr. Whatsit, and he's always there with a new joke to tell and a new game to play - that is, until the day she unimagines him.
Now there's a new imaginary friend in town - the tea-drinking, lipstick-wearing, ever-confident Margo. Can Mr. Whatsit's childish playfulness keep him from being unimagined forever? And as Sophia's imagination goes to war, will she manage to find peace in her new home?
PaddleBoat Theatre Company present a lively and imaginative tale full of mime, puppetry, music, clowning and object play and invite you to enter Sophia's world, where the real and the imaginary collide and friends are never far away. Suitable 4+
Tickets £6, £5 u18s, £20 fam:- Contact: Celia Ebdon Local Box Office: 01258 861612
Sturminster Newton Amateur Boxing Club is hosting their annual amateur boxing night at Stalbridge hall on Saturday 18th Feb, from 7.00pm till 11.30pm. Stalbridge and local boxing talent will be entertaining the audience with their honed skills at this popular sporting evening. Tickets on the door only: £10 (concessions £6). Doors open at 7.00pm. Hot Food and Bar.
Stitches of Stalbridge no longer has a shop in Stalbridge, but did you know that Erika Harding is still running 'Stitches' from her home, just up from Dikes car park?
Erika is still offering her experienced and friendly service in garment repairs and alterations, including:-
Keith Harrison (NHS Dorset CCG Patient & Public Involvement Development Worker) will be outside the entrance to Dikes on Friday 3rd February from 9am to hand out copies of the 'Improving Dorset's Healthcare' Consultation Document and to encourage people to have their say about the NHS Dorset proposals. He will also be promoting the PPG (patient participation group) and inviting people to sign up for news from the Surgery via email. Prior to this (on Thurs 2nd Feb) there is a PPG meeting at the hub. click below for more info...
BSO Resonate Strings perform "Spring Beckons"
The BSO Resonate Strings are five gifted musicians, each of whom represents one of the five string sections of the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra. This engaging concert will reflect the wonderful diversity of the classical string repertoire featuring music from Vivaldi to Brahms, Mozart to Puccini, and Handel to Astor Piazzolla.
Friday 3rd February 2017 at 7:30pm at St Gregory's Church, Marnhull
Tickets £10, £6 u18s, £30 fam
BOX OFFICE: 01258 820381
2017 Model Railway Exhibition
The annual Model Railway Exhibition at the Gartell Light Railway always features several interesting layouts from various local model railway clubs. together with model railway trade stands and other exhibitors including photographic displays of nearby Templecombe station. More details of the 2017 event will be released as they become available.
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Subject to confirmation, the GLR plan to operate a limited train service on the exhibition dates and, of course 'The Pines' buffet will definitely be open, serving delicious hot and cold food and drinks, to cater for visitors to the Model Railway Exhibition.
GARTELL LIGHT RAILWAY 2017 MODEL RAILWAY EXHIBITION
Saturday 11th (10:00 - 17:00) & Sunday 12th (10:00 - 16:00) February 2017
Henstridge Golf and Leisure Club have a new TakeAway menu. It's so close to Stalbridge, it's almost in Stalbridge, so next time you're you're feeling like some good old fashioned home made grub, but don't have the time or the inclination to make it yourself just give them a call and pop down to pick up your delicious TakeAway!
Telephone your order to us in advance for a faster turn around!!
01963 362789 “NOW TAKING DEBIT CARDS”
Henstridge Golf and Leisure. Marsh Lane, Henstridge BA8 0TG.
Email: email@example.com Web: www.henstridgegolfandleisure.co.uk
Not Just a Load of Old Blue....Evening
Friday, 10th February, 2017 at 7pm
Come and join us for an evening of local interest....you could even say slightly educational! Even if you don't eat blue cheese - we may even convince you by the end of the evening! We will of course have plenty on the menu for non blue munchers!
We are hosting an evening of food and will be joined by Emily Davies (daughter of Mike Davies who resurrected Dorset Blue Vinny cheese) to chat to us all about production, history, how the business has progressed and more...there will be opportunity to ask questions to Emily as well! Great food- two local Dorset businesses working together for an evening for your entertainment! We will of course ensure that there is plenty of choice on the menu for everyone to enjoy- with Blue Vinny and without! (Menu to follow soon, so bookmark our page by clicking here) Tickets are available now and can be purchased via our web site or by card over the phone or simply call into our cafe! Please note- as with all of our evening events there are a limited number of tickets available. Tickets do sell very quickly for our evening events so be sure to book yourselves in!
Telephone: 01963 362202
Thyme after time, Spire Hill Farm, Thornhill, Stalbridge, DT10 2SG
STALBRIDGE PLAYERS ARE LOOKING FOR CAST MEMBERS FOR THEIR FORTHCOMING SPRING PRODUCTION OF
THEY ARE ESPECIALLY LOOKING FOR LADIES
The Audition/Read-through will take place on Saturday 21st January from 11.00am
in the Youth Centre (next to the Village Hall)
Production performance dates are:-
Friday 31st March, Saturday 1st April, Friday 7th April and Saturday 8th April
For more information call Colin Butt on 01963 362739
Stalbridge Community Information Office is changing it's opening hours...
New Opening Hours are:-
Monday & Friday from 14:00 to 16:00
Tuesday, Wednesday & Saturday from 09:30 to 12 Noon
Closed on Thursdays & Public Holidays
The Information Office, situated just off Station Road produces an information sheet, updated on a regular basis. Click on the button below to download it as a pdf file...
Click on the picture to visit the Stalbridge Info guide to Indoor Healthy Activities
Have you still got your Stalbridge Christmas Tree Lying around, shedding needles all over your patio?
You can still get shot of it in the first BINS collection after 6th January. All decorations should be removed and the tree placed next to your bin. (Please note: Trees left out with recycling will not be collected.) (Also, we are talking REAL trees, not fake ones!)
Listen to the ground, There is movement all around, There is something goin' down, And I can feel it