Whats on ?

If there are any events not listed here or on the main calender that you would like to see added please contact us at covwscoordinator@gmail.com

Child Okeford has a page on  facebook  where notices can be published.

Upcoming Events

To see more details of an individual event click on it. To see all events in a month click on “view all events” and a calender will appear.

 

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 two training sessions in February were fully booked but more sessions are planned although as yet we have no details of the times. To register an interest contact Geoff Sparrow.

To register email ; gsparrow@doctors.org.uk    or telephone 07970550017

Hey Day 2018

In the depths of winter our thoughts turn to the summer and to Hey Day. A launch meeting is being held on  Friday 2nd February in the village hall at 6pm.  Wine and canapes provided.

If you or your group can run a stall, or organise entertainment, or maybe help to set up the site or assist on the day, please come to this planning meeting.

Hey Day itself will take place on Saturday 23rd June on the Recreation ground. Gates will open at 12pm [midday] and will go on until 5pm. As in previous years there will however be an evening event from 7pm until 11pm with music and food laid on. This will be by ticket.

Any queries? contact Geoff Sparrow 07970550017 or gsparrow@doctors.org.uk

 

 

 

 

Page Updated 18/02/2018

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