Monday, 8 April 2019

May dates for your diary


Wednesday 1st May:
MAY DAY - Dawn of Summer Celebration with the Wyld Morris.
5.30 am Stonebarrow (NT Car Park), 6.30 am (ish) Five Bells, followed by Breakfast.

Please let Pat know if you are coming for breakfast. (01297 489262)

Sunday 5th May: Fresh croissants, coffee and friendly conversation, as well as the
exchange table. Children’s activities and story-time with Ros at 11 am.
10.30 - 12 noon Church

Tuesday 14th May DHCT CHURCH CRAWL - Dorset Historic Churches Trust’s
celebrated Church Crawls offer you the opportunity to learn more about our wonderful
architectural heritage. Two experts in the fields of church history and architecture and
of painted and stained glass lead a group of up to 30 Friends and their guests around
a small selection of rural or urban churches sharing their enthusiasm and knowledge.
We meet at 10.30 and usually visit two churches before sharing a pub lunch. Several
more churches are interpreted in the afternoon before a cup of tea to round off the
day Contact Sue Smith on 01725 552225 or susanmorgansmith@gmail.com for
further details. Meet at Whitchurch Church at 10.30 am

Saturday 18th, Sunday 19th and Monday 20th May: OPEN GARDENS IN RYALL: Two of
our outstanding local gardens with views across the Marshwood Vale will be open as part of
the National Garden Scheme at Well Cottage and Pilsdon View. Entry £6 (covers both
gardens). Refreshments available. 1pm – 6pm

Sunday 19th May: SHORT & SWEET FAMILY SERVICE: A jolly, half hour get-together for
children, their parents and anyone who just enjoys it! 11am, Church

Sunday and Monday 26th and 27th May: OPEN GARDEN IN MORCOMBELAKE:
The spectacular hillside garden at Harcombe House (on Pitmans Lane) with stunning views
to Charmouth and Lyme Regis. A riot of Spring colour. Home-made Teas and refreshments
available. Admission £5 (children free) 11 am - 5 pm

Monday 27th May: WHITCHURCH FILM SOCIETY showing the award-winning A Monster
Calls. 6.45 pm Village Hall