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  • Dore in April.
  • Dore in April.
  • Dore in April.
The information on this web site is provided for village residents, for visitors and for all who enjoy the community of Dore Village. This web site complements Dore to Door, a publication produced by the Dore Village Society.

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Spring in the Woods

A celebration of Spring in Ecclesall Woods – crafts, food, childrens’ activities, woodland trails, and more.

Sunday 27th April from 10am to 4pm

Ecclesall Woods
Woodland Discovery Centre
Abbey Lane
S7 2QZ

Tel: 0114 2356348
Email: woodland.discovery@sheffield.gov.uk

Hardy Plant Society South Pennine Group

Sale of plants lovingly grown by our members

Saturday 17th May 2014 from 12.30 to 3.30
and
Sunday 18th May 2014 from 10.30 to 1.30

Sheffield Botanical Gardens

Free admission
Everyone welcome
Refreshments Available

The Autumn 2014 Plant Sale will be on Sunday 21 Sept 2014 from 11am – 3pm

www.hardy-plant.org.uk

Bumblebee Survey training

Join the buzz! – come along to our free Bumblebee Survey training on Sunday 6th April at Dore Old School from 1:00pm to 4pm.

Get out on the moors and help protect your moorland bumblebees by learning how to survey them.

For more information contact:
Karen Rogers
Research Assistant
Moors for the Future
The Moorland Centre
Fieldhead
Edale
Derbyshire
S33 7ZA.

Karen.Rogers@peakdistrict.gov.uk
Website: moorsforthefuture.org.uk
Facebook: Moors for the Future
Twitter: @moorsforfuture

St George’s Day Dragon Hunt – Sunday 13th April, 2.00 pm

Our St George’s Day celebration will take place a week early this year to avoid a clash with Easter.

It will take the form of a treasure hunt around the Village that has been designed for primary school children and their parents but everyone is welcome, both young and old. All teams must contain at least one adult who will be responsible for the safety and conduct of the whole team.

Registration will start at 2.00 p.m. and the hunt is expected to take about an hour. At each of the 20 stopping points on the route there will be a quiz question. Clues to the answer will be evident in the close vicinity. Each member of the team will have his/her own answer sheet but the one with the highest score will count for the whole team. The competition will close at 3.45 pm or earlier at the discretion of the organisers.

Refreshments will be provided at the end and 1st, 2nd and 3rd prizes will be awarded to the teams with the 3 highest scores and to all those children who complete the course. We look forward to meeting you all.

Geoff Cope: Dragon Hunt organiser.

King Ecgbert School School Seeks Former Students

Did you go to King Ecgbert School? If you’re a former student who would like to support current students, the school would love to hear from you! Right now, there are students in the assembly hall where you once sat, facing similar challenges and opportunities that you did. Being connected to you could really help them.

The school is one of more than 500 state schools and colleges across Britain which have registered with the charity Future First to set up networks of former students or alumni. Future First’s vision is that every state school or college should be supported by a thriving, engaged alumni community that helps it to do more for its students.

More than 50,000 former students across Britain have already signed up to stay connected with their old school. They’re inspiring young people in a number of ways; as career and education role models, mentors or e-mentors, work experience providers, governors, donors or fundraisers. It doesn’t matter when you left school, whether you’re in further education or employment, whether you still live nearby or have moved further away, there are still ways you can help!

“More than 39 per cent of state school students don’t know anyone in a job they’d like to do,” said Alex Shapland-Howes, Managing Director of Future First. “If they see that someone who went to the same school, grew up in the same community, has achieved a fulfilling and satisfying job, it helps them see it’s possible for them too. It’s really important for all students to be motivated to succeed in the working world and hearing first hand from relatable people in interesting jobs can make a huge difference.”.

Former students can sign up to the school’s Future First’s alumni scheme by visiting the websitewww.futurefirst.org.uk and clicking on the “Former students” link.

For further information log onto www.futurefirst.org.uk
or contact our Press and Publicity Officer Sue Crabtree on sue@futurefirst.org.uk
our Programme Director, Megan Clatworthy onmegan@futurefirst.org.uk
or call one of the team on 0207 239 8933.

Yoga in Dore

Yoga classes are held in Dore Old School on:

Mondays from 6:45pm to 8:15pm
Thursdays from 1:20pm to 2:50pm

Cost: £7 per session, paid in blocks of 5 sessions.

Instruction is by a qualified Satyananda yoga teacher.

Contact: Therese Nilsson:
Mobile: 07835 049 872
Email: s17yoga@gmail.com
Website: theresenilsson.wix.com/yoga
Facebook: S17yoga

Christ Church Dore Ladies Group

“My Journey to Dore” by Katie Tuplin, Vicar of Dore

Church Hall, Townhead Road

Tuesday 1st April at 7:45pm

Visitors are welcome

Crown Green Bowls

Abbeydale Park Bowls Club is holding two open days on Saturday 5th and Saturday 12th April from 10:00am to midday.

Please wear flat shoes if you come along.

Venue: Abbeydale Sports Club, Abbeydale Road, at the top of the car park.

Tel: 0114 289 1423

Lambing at Whirlow Hall Farm

The annual lambing event at Whirlow Hall Farm, Whirlow Lane, S11 9QF will take place on Wednesday 16th April and Thursday 17th April.

Opening times: 11:00am to 3:00pm.

Entertainments will include pony rides, egg hunts, face painting, BBQ and other activities for children.

Tickets are £3.00 for children (2-14 years old) and £2.50 for adults. Family tickets (2 children and 2 adults) are £10.00.

Pregnant women should not enter the lambing barn.

No dogs.

Tel: 0114 235 2678
www.whirlowhallfarm.org
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