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Dunston Dossier

Independent Newsletter for Dunston, Lincolnshire

 

Dunston Village Hall Management Committee is deeply saddened by the death of Mary Lamyman. Mary had been an active member of the Village Hall Committee since it was formed in 1983.

 

Refurbishment of the hall is reaching the final phases. Thanks to grants from the Big Lottery Fund – Awards for All, Dunston Parish Council and the Bernard Sunley Foundation, the toilet facilities have been refitted to provide a unisex disabled toilet and baby change facility, modern sanitary ware and child accessible facilities.

In 2016 the kitchen will have a “make-over”, the main rooms will be re-decorated and the wooden floors re-varnished.

 

Dunston Village Hall has been our community centre since 1948. The refurbishments have improved the heating and facilities whilst preserving that retro style.

 

If you are looking for a venue for a children’s party, christening, family celebration, a venue for meeting, regular activity or running a course then contact the booking clerk on 01526 320810 to check on availability and arrange a time to look around the hall. Website: www.dunstonvillagehall.co.uk

 

For information about regular activities in the Village Hall and the rooms available for hire for your family party or fund raising event visit the website www.dunstonvillagehall.co.uk

 

 

Events: Fashion Sho wFriday May 20th 7.3 0pm: Tickets on Sale at Dunston Hub £5 , from Jean Ford on 320810 or pre-book through www.dunstonvillagehall.co.uk

 

The B1188 Junction The campaign to make the B1188 safer around the Dunston junction and Wayneham Hollow is progressing slowly. The main proposer, Yvonne Bayliss has met with members of Lincs. County Council on site and strongly put forward the case for change. There have been more accidents and even a fatality since the campaign began. Thanks to Yvonne and we wish you success.

 

 

Dunston Hub - Tea, Coffee, Cakes & More. 2 to 4 pm.2nd Thursday each month in the Village Hall Lamyman RoomCake & chat with a cuppa, stalls selling veg, cakes, jams cards & gifts, raffle and second hand books. A visiting mobile butcher, fishmonger, and Post Office. On-site health advice from EPOC & Metheringham Chemist. Everyone is welcome.

 

Dunston St. Peter’s Church of England Primary School

School ratingsDunston St. Peter’s Church of England Primary School has been named as the third best primary school in the whole of Lincolnshire in the SATs league tables. 100% of the Year 6 children last year achieved Level 4 or above in reading, writing and maths and 100% also made expected or better progress in all subjects since Year 2. They featured in the national newspapers as well as local!New Year Clear-outTo raise funds of £350 for new sports kits they are collecting old items: CD’s & DVD’sLaptops PC’s & tabletsIPad’s, IPod’s & mobilesGame consoles & GamesA box for donations will be kept in the school office

 

IDEAS

As the weather warms up and families are visiting the play area again, IDEAS aim to complete Phase 1 before Easter, with a path from the Car Park to the equipment. The facilities can then be used by youngsters of all abilities, as well as improved access for buggies and mobility wheelchairs. IDEAS together with the £2,000 allocated by the Parish Council, have the funding to proceed. The plan to provide a goal end has not enough support, so regrettably, following the installation of the path and 'Thank you' board, IDEAS will cease and no further fund raising or installations will be carried out by the current Group.A Big THANK YOU to everyone who has supported our various fund raising activities over the past three years, and to the many sponsors and businesses who have given their unwavering support to this venture. To the youngsters of Dunston we hope you enjoy what IDEAS has provided - our legacy for your future. The IDEAS Committee: Jane, Diana, Pam, Pauline, Nick, Angy and Penny, AND all of the Young Ideas Team of fundraisers.

 

 

Do you know about CHIPS?Community Help in Particular Situations for those who need help to meet a pressing need and regular help is not available. Run by volunteers from Churches together contact Beth 321919, Sue 320946 or Pauline on 321996.Dunston Carpet Bowls Club – 2nd 3rd & 4th Wednesday each month – 7 -9 pm in the Village Hall- New members welcome. Contact Brian 323467.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The inclusion of any material in Dunston Dossier will be at the discretion of the editors whose decision is final. No responsibility for the accuracy of comments provided will be accepted.

Editors: Sue Glaister, Russ McLuckie, Pauline Moore & Moira Rickaby. E-mail: admin@dunstondossier.org.uk