Swimming Pool sucess – so far!

Friends At Broadmayne School want to say a HUGE THANK YOU to everyone who voted for Broadmayne First School’s swimming pool renovation project in the Aviva Community Fund.

They’re through to the NATIONAL FINALS!!

Out of 800 applicants, they’re down to the final 48!

They still have some way to go and lots more work to do. Final judging is in January.

They are still Crowdfunding for the swimming pool and if they can reach 25% of their target, Dorset County Council will give £5000!

This is the link to the Crowdfunding page. Any pledge, no matter how small, is greatly appreciated.

Last Chance – Save Our Swimming Pool

Vote closes 20th November – Vote NOW

Save Our Swimming Pool SOS

Broadmayne Swimming Pool, located at the First School, was built by parents in the 1970s and is now in need of some major investment to keep it open to children and the local community.

We are through to the voting stage of the Aviva Community Fund and really need your votes to help us secure £25,000.

All you need to do is click this link. Vote here. and if you are not an Aviva customer, just register to vote.

Voting closes November 20th 2018.

If you have already voted or want to donate directly to our renovation project, you can see more about our proposals and make a pledge (no matter how small) on our Crowdfunder page. Pledge here

Many thanks – FABS (Friends at Broadmayne School)

Artsreach – Stage Show – Friday 30th November

The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists

An Edwardian Magic show from acclaimed actor Neil Gore

Townsend Theatre Productions is delighted to announce the return of its critically acclaimed stage adaptation of Robert Tressell’s 1914 novel, The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists.

The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists is a unique document. A novel of humour and sharply observed characterisation, it is also a passionate defence of socialist ideas and one of the first truly imaginative portrayals of life written from a working-class perspective.

Using Magic Lantern, projected animation, political conjuring tricks, live music and song, and with the Great Money Trick as its centrepiece, join acclaimed actor Neil Gore and follow the painters and decorators who struggle to maintain themselves and their families through hard work, poverty, and the constant fear of unemployment, whilst renovating a large town-house for the local mayor, Mayor Sweater. Recommended 11+

 

The show is in Broadmayne Village Hall, Cowleaze Road on Friday 30th November 2018 at 7.30pm.

Tickets £9 adult / £6 U18 / £25 family 4 (max 2 adults).

Tickets from Tim Clayton on 07443 659912, from Cornerhouse Stores or www.artsreach.co.uk.