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Come and enjoy a relaxing breakfast with friends and neighbours.
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For more info see Child Okeford Community Centre Facebook page or The Hill
Fundraising for CORGI
St Georges Day- Saturday 21 April.
Looking out of the window , with snow all around, it is difficult to believe it is spring and we are approaching the annual St Georges Day event on Saturday April 21st. As you can see it is hard work but somebody has to do it!
In the morning the Church will be serving tea and coffee
Mid-day the mummers process with the dragon to the Cross to perform the play.
The Baker Arms will be serving a Hog Roast and there will be live music in the afternoon.
Save a Life
If a person‘s heart stops what would you do ? If an electrical irregularity is responsible the normal electrical activity may be restored by using a defibrillator and there will shortly be two defibrillators in the village. One will be installed at the village hall and the other, currently in the Baker Arms, will be moved to the telephone box outside the Old Post Office in the High Street.
This is welcome news but is only part of the story. For a person to survive it may be necessary to administer cardopulmonary resuscitation [CPR].
The next training session has been arranged for Tuesday 24th April 19:00-24:00 in the Community Centre
To register email ; firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 07970550017
A date for your diary Saturday 23rd June
12-5pm Free Admission
Hey Day Evening Event
7-11 pm. Admission £6.00
Boogie to local band. licensed bar, wood fired pizza or curry
Please get involved – if you want to run a stall or help on the day call 07970550017 or email email@example.com
The Rude Mechanicals
The annual visit of The Rude Mechanicals will be Saturday 14th July. Doors are open from 6:30 for picnics and the show starts at 7:30
This year they will be performing Oberons Choice ;
“In this prequel to A Midsummer Night’s Dream an old goat of a fairy is not capable of resisting a beautiful young ‘ooman woman. Now when has that not been in the news recently! But the waspish Hippolyta, running amok in the forest, is more than a match for him. Love is thwarted as the human and fairy worlds collide. But will it triumph in the end? A funny and at times deeply romantic play about how we deal with desire.”