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Newsletter 25 May 2012

Jubilee News

The planning is almost complete with feverish activity from The Spirit of Milborne Port organisers, for what promises to be the biggest event for some time in Milborne Port. So come rain or shine, we are hoping for a massive turnout for the Jubilee Fete on the afternoon of Saturday 2nd June. There will be a grand opening by Mrs. Lily Durrant at 2pm on the playing fields. Before that, the festivities will start with a garden trail and scarecrow hunt, fancy dress competition and grand parade. Please come and line the streets, wave your flags and follow the parade to the Fete. Have a look on the Jubilee pages of the website for more information of the activities and events that are taking place at the Fete.

Please make sure that do pace yourselves, as following the afternoon fete, the Jubilee celebrations will continue into the evening with the “Party at the Port” starting at 7pm featuring the Ship of Fools, Mid Life Crisis, Sean Crossley and a surprise Guest Band!! Tickets are on sale now in village shops, public houses, the garage and the club. The Tickets are selling fast, so make sure you buy yours early! They are most expensive to buy on the Gate, so get yours now!

Jubilee Mugs

The Parish Council is giving a free commemorative mug to all residents who are aged 14 or under on 2nd June 2012 - if you have not yet registered your child/ren please contact Jackie Freeman asap - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. giving your child's name and date of birth together with your own name and address. Mugs can be collected at the jubilee fete - there will also be mugs for sale at £5.

Faster Broadband

If you are interested in faster broadband services coming to our village then you can register your interest by taking part in a short survey, which will continue to be available on the following website until the middle of August; www.connectingdevonandsomerset.co.uk This will also keep you up to date with project news and developments.

 

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