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  • Fuschia in Victoria Terrace garden

  • Woodland

  • Milborne Port Town Hall at sunset

  • Venn House

  • Countryside around Milborne Port from the air

  • Children's playground at Gainsborough

  • Wild flowers in Grove Garden

Newsletter - 27th May 2018

A mixed bank holiday weekend of weather, but let us hope that the promised fine afternoon for Saturday 2nd June is fulfilled so the village can make the most of the village Fete and Party @ the Port, starting at 1pm at the Springfield Road rec., but with a fancy dress judging at 12:15 at the Primary School.

After the dust has settled, there is much more going on in our village in the month of June in addition to all the regular clubs and classes which you can see in the diary.

On 11th June starting at 10am, there will be a presentation at the village hall to help drivers keep up to date with changing roads and cars. Called Route 60+ it is aimed at more senior drivers, but you do not have to be in this age bracket to come along and benefit.

The WI discuss their goings on and look forward to a talk about Jonathan Toogood, who founded the Bridgewater Hospital.

The heritage group will be learning about Goathill on 18th June and of course, the heritage museum at the Milborne Port cemetery is open every Sunday in the summer.

The friends of Milborne Port Library have their AGM on 20th June at the library, by which time the consultation on the uncertain future of county libraries will have closed, to at the moment there is still time to have your say. They also report on ill deeds and murder at the library!!

Around the corner from the library, clog dancing at the Tippling Philosopher is there to get your feet tapping on 25th June.

Finally in the diary, Jo Burt will be performing at the Village Hall on 30th June in the latest of a series of live music events there.

The news pages are continually updated with information about the village as are the Parish Council Pages. On the news pages there is currently information about road closures, the new General Data Protection legislation (GDPR) and how to prevent cyber scams.

Looking over the month end, if you are a fan of fetes, the Church fete will take place in July.

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