The Ukulele has recently seen a massive surge in popularity with dedicated Ukulele festivals around the country and many new artists using the instrument in their music. This is a fun and versatile instrument and available in various guises Soprano, Concert, Tenor and Baritone. It is an easy instrument to play and you will be surprised how quickly you progress.
Christine Stone took up the Ukulele towards the end of 2014 to keep a friend company who was desperate to learn the ukulele. She joined a local class and found it to be great fun as well as an extremely sociable activity. She attends two classes a week in Wimborne now and while enjoys the playing in a class atmosphere would interested in starting a Bryanston Group for like-minded people. Christine would love to hear from anyone who has recently started to learn the Uke and would be interested in joining a friendly practice group to meet maybe once a week or fortnight. Please email Christine Stone.
More public consultations on where 1100 houses should be built in Blandford. This is once again an opportunity for you state your opinion. There are three meetings taking place. Please tell your friends and ask them to try and attend.
Corn Exchange Sat 28th Feb 1.000 - 2.00pm
Bryanston Estate Club March 1st 12.00 - 2.00pm
Blandford St Mary School March 5th 6.00pm - 8.00pm
There is an important online survey from the Blandford+ Group on the link below. It is a further and very important public questionnaire on where houses should be built in the B+ area.
Public consultations are an integral requirement in helping us meet part of our NP grant conditions.
Please take the trouble to participate in the on-line-survey
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In Sturminster a like-minded group get together and meet at someone’s house to discuss a particular book over a glass of wine. The host gets to select the next book to review and the group meet again in a fortnight or so at a different persons house. This is great opportunity to socialise, meet new people and make new friends. Make it something special an meet in one of the growing number of coffee shops in Blandford.
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Maybe you like walking - don’t we all?
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