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Shaftesbury Carnival Club held its AGM on Zoom last night. It was their first annual general meeting since the death of former chairman Ray Humphries MBE in October.
2020 was tough for 95-year-old Shaftesbury resident Tony Hawkins. Tony caught coronavirus and spent six weeks in Salisbury and Shaftesbury hospitals.
Shaftesbury Rotary Club is planning the town’s first big community event following the expected relaxation of social distancing rules.
There are plans for Semley Village Hall to offer more for the community.
Booking secretary, Andy Roger, says film nights have been suggested for the recently refurbished space. And he believes the village hall has potential as a music venue.
The first booking is a folk duo who are travelling from Vermont, USA. Rebecca Hall from Hungry Town tells us why she’s chosen the venue for their October UK tour.
And Andy is excited that a new playgroup operator hopes to offer additional daytime facilities.
There’s another Cranborne Chase AONB online talk this Monday, when ranger Mike Fussell will be talking about his work managing a chalk downland.
Would you like to spend your evening with a contortionist who makes viewers exclaim ‘wow’ rather than ‘yuk’? Or do you fancy some ‘horror burlesque’?