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  • New residents
    of activity groups who use this facility It is on the Moviola Film circuit and the hall show movies almost every month We do feature the hall on this site more on this Places of Worship Bryanston does not have it own parish church but is part of Durweston s Parish The Church of St Nicholas ww durweston org uk CHURCH htm The Rector is The Reverend Stephen Coulter contact steven coulter tiscali co uk 01258 480580 You will receive regular copies of the Durweston Parish Magazine Residents are welcome to attend the school services held at the Church of St Martin s Bryanston Contact the School s Chaplain Rev d Andrew Haviland for information 01258 452401 Communication The purpose of this website is to provide community information for residents of Durweston Bryanston Stourpaine Blandford St Mary and Winterborne Stickland If you have any items you d like posted on this website then please contact the editor You can advertise items for sale publish events promote your business all for free Phone 01258 488820 or email editor bryanstonTimes co uk Notice Boards There are three notice boards in the village which belong to the parish council and are for displaying parish council information The larger notice board situated by the telephone box has capacity for some public notices too Please ask the Chair before inserting any notice Bryanston News You will receive a quarterly newsletter which will cover a wide range of articles You will also be invited to contribute The newsletter is provided free of charge and is published by the residents association All residents are deemed to belong to this association We have contacted the editor of the residents association newsletter and asked for a pdf version that can be downloaded here GO We are waiting a response Next Section Parish Council Bryanston Parish Council does not currently own any land in the parish so there are no allotments or play areas The Parish Council is responsible for Submitting recommendations on Planning Applications to North Dorset District Council Checking and reporting on public rights of way such as Footpaths and Bridle Paths Reporting to the Highways authority on road safety Has a general duty of care for the parish environment and its residents Next Section As well as these statutory duties the council also organises litter picks twice a year contributes to Neighbourhood Planning maintains a dialogue with the two major landlords Meetings and Agenda and Minutes The Council meets 6 times a year at Bryanston Club and you are welcome and encouraged to attend these meetings Agenda and Minutes are posted on the notices boards around the parish but they can also be found on the Bryanston Times website www bryanstontimes co uk and Dorset s local authority website www dorsetforyou com Minutes of council meetings We have recieved a response from the Council Clerk regarding requesting these public documents and these are posted here for your convenience September 2015 November 2015 January 2016 When should I

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  • Vegetarian and vegan readymeas l
    on Twitter meatfreemartha meatfreemartha icloud com or Telephone 01258 489 MARCH MENU Coastal crumbles Sweet vegetable nut crumbles Indian chana puddings Stilton kale leek potato cakes Layered aubergines Wild garlic pesto lumps Dorset Smoked Cheddar Chive breads MARCH DATES Fri 11th Blandford Farmers Market 9 1 Sat 12th Bridport Farmers Market 9 1 Fri 18th Sherborne Farmers Market 9 1 Sat 19th Wimborne Farmers Market 9 1 Sat 26th Dorchester Farmers Market 9 4 Sat 26th Dorset Food venison Festival Lytchett Minster all day APRIL DATES Fri 8th NO Blandford Farmers Market THIS MONTH Sat 9th Bridport Farmers Market 9 1 Fri 15th Sherborne Farmers Market 9 1 Sat 16th Wimborne Farmers Market 9 1 Sat 23rd NO Dorchester Farmers Market THIS MONTH Sat 30th New Forest Vegan Fair Lyndhurst Community Centre all day www dorsetveganevents co uk Twitter panel content Mouse over for market dates July Dates Saturday 4th Shaftesbury Farmers Market 9 1 www dorsetfarmersmarkets co uk Saturday 4th Poundbury Farmers Market 9 1 www dorsetfarmersmarkets co uk Saturday 4th Sturminster Newton Producers Market 9 4 alongside BoogieWoogieFestival www facebook com producersmarket August Dates Saturday 1st Shaftesbury Farmers Market 9 1 www dorsetfarmersmarkets co uk Saturday 1st Dorset Festival Poundbury 9 4 www dorsetfestival org Saturday 8th Bridport Farmers Market 9 1 Bridport Food Festival 10 4 Friday 14th Blandford Farmers Market 9 130 www dorsetfarmersmarkets co uk Saturday 15th Oxfords bakery Canford Cliffs 9 30 2 30 Saturday 15th Wimborne Farmers Market 9 1 www dorsetfarmersmarkets co uk Wednesday 19th Gillingham Shaftesbury Show www gillshaftshow co uk Friday 21st Sherborne Farmers Market 9 1 www dorsetfarmersmarkets co uk Saturday 22nd Dorchester Farmers Market 9 4 Thursday 27th Melplash Show www melplashshow co uk Friday 28th Weymouth Farmers Market 9 2 Saturday 29th Stock Gaylard Oak Fair www

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  • DP window services and window cleaners
    offer regular cleaning services either monthly or bi monthly or a one off appointment to clean your windows An efficient service is what we promise and this is what we deliver If you d prefer we can provide you with a custom cleaning schedule to suit your needs For those of our customers who require a Spring Clean we provide a full window service ie clean out gutters remove cobwebs clean frames Interiors of windows if required Recommendations Our reputation is very important to us We have many regular customers and we are pleased to be able to say much of our work come by recommendation or word of mouth If you would like to discuss how we can help you please do telephone us for a chat Testimonials So rare to find a tradesman so meticulous and able to do the job at a time that suits me M Lilley Bryanston Village Health and safety To ensure D P windows complies with the Work at Height Regulations 2005 we carry out a visual survey and a thorough risk assessment of the working area This ensures that your property and members of the public are not at any risk Protection

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  • Jazz Trio plays live
    Scottish Show Band and spent five years touring NATO bases across Europe Since moving to the south of England he has become a highly respected and sought after drummer in the areaâ s live music circles and has continued working in top holiday park venues theatres hotels and nightclubs Sound Samples Take the A Train This song was written by Billy Strayhorn who played piano and wrote arrangements for Duke Ellington s band Strayhorn recalled that the song that became the signature opening piece for Duke Ellington and his Orchestra came to him with very little effort In fact he said that the music and lyrics for Take the A Train originally recorded on February 15 1941 by Ellington for Victor Records came more quickly than the subject of the song itself â the New York subway line to the Sugar Hill District of Harlem It was so ea sy for him he said it was like writing a letter to a friend Do It Again Do It Again is a tune composed by Walter Becker and Donald Fagen performed by American jazz rock group Steely Dan which was released as a single from their 1972 debut album Can t Buy a Thrill The single version differed from the album version shortening the intro and outro and omitting the organ solo Released in 1972 the song debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 on November 18 1972 and reached number 6 on the US charts in 1973 making it Steely Dan s second highest charting single 3 On the 1972 release the song was credited as Trad for traditional although it was actually written by Walter Becker and Donald Fagen 4 It was also included in the 2008 video game Guitar Hero World Tour Walk between the Raindrops Donald Fagen was born in Passaic New Jersey on January 10 1948 to Joseph Jerry Fagen an accountant and his wife Elinor who had been a singer in upstate New York s Catskill Mountains Fagen became interested in rock and R B music in the late 1950s His first record purchase was Chuck Berry s Reelin and Rockin Around age 11 after receiving musical recommendations from a cousin and attending the Newport Jazz Festival he quickly became a self declared jazz snob The Don Fagen Jazz Trio and the Bad Rock Band 11 Fagen later described his college bands as sounding like The Kingsmen performing Frank Zappa material 12 None of the groups lasted long but the partnership between Fagen and Becker would The duo s early career included a stint with Jay and the Americans where they went by pseudonyms and in the early 1970s as pop songwriters for ABC Dunhill Records which released all of Steely Dan s 1970s output This song was written by Billy Strayhorn who played piano and wrote arrangements for Duke Ellington s band Strayhorn recalled that the song that became the Comin Home The tune was first recorded by the Dave Bailey Quintet on 6 October

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  • The Ambassadors Big Band
    French horn tuba banjo accordion and strings violin viola cello Male and female vocalists have also joined big bands to perform particular arrangements This Blandford based band was formed in 1983 as a ten piece ensemble to perform at corporate functions tea dances and other social events for Ballroom dancing After many successful years and with the interest shown by other musicians to join the band it was decided to enlarge the band to an Eighteen Piece Big Band Playing music made famous by Glenn Miller Count Basie Tommy Dorsey Benny Goodman Artie Shaw and many other bands of the swing era We also play arrangements written for the contemporary Jazz orchestra We now have a library of over 3 000 orchestrations from which to choose a varied and interesting programme All members of the band are either professional or semi professional and include many former H M Forces musicians Please contact us if you require details of our fees It is band policy to undertake a limited number of engagements each year for Bona Fide charities Yours in Music Bryan Johnson Tel 01929 471809 Nostalgia is not dead It is alive and kicking with the Ambassadors Big Band sound

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  • Shroton Ukulele Club
    diary and links to other relevant websites and resources If you are a member of a local Ukulele group we d be pleased to add a link or add contact details to this site Just get in touch with Chris Pearson If you d like to contact the club please email Chris Pearson billybanjo btinternet com ENQUIRIES We would be delighted to discuss your event and how we can help make it something special Please give Chris a call on 01258 863892 Ambassadors Big Band Forum Saxophone Quartet Jazz Set Members area Only Club members can access information music and sound files using this link April June Dates April 20 Martyn s Oxford Trip All day April 26 Motcombe Grange 6 30pm May 11 Cedars House Shaftesbury 2 15pm May 13 Gillingham Seniors Club Gillingham 2 15pm May 17 St Denis Lodge Shaftesbury 2 30pm May 24 Bryanston Tuesday Club Hunter House Bryanston 2 15pm June 7 Shillingstone Seniors Club Portman Hall Shillingstone 2 30pm June 8 Cedars House Shaftesbury 2 15pm June 8 Motcombe W I Memorial Hall Motcombe 7 45pm June 11 Castle Hill House Shaftesbury 2 30pm June 19 Whitecliffe House Blandford 12 30pm Did You Know The name Ukulele means jumping flea in Hawaiian The ukelele is best known for its part in Hawaiian music but was derived from two Portugese instruments the braguinha and the The Ukulele is commonly known as the Uke Ukulele s come in four different sizes soprano concert tenor and baritone The soprano is the standard size ukulele Tiny Tim bought ukulele playing to the pop charts with his 1968 hit single Tiptoe Through the Tulips The ukulele is played by plucking at its four strings There are now electric ukuleles Ukulele s are generally made from mahogany wood however cheaper

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  • sample_yacht_boat_survey_ insurance_survey
    be a comprehensive description of how to repair or reinstate the area and at the end of the report is a comprehensive section on all aspects of repair maintenance osmosis electrolysis and much more Working as a shipwright for both timber and grp vessels the experience gained in repairing such vessels is passed on to any client who may be interested How do I prioritise faults noted in the report click to unfold Part of the duty when compiling the report is to prioritise these areas specifically for you and they are broken into three major star groups requiring immediate attention will require some attention not necessarily today not particularly important but would be of benefit at some time Does it matter if the vessel is afloat or ashore click to unfold Most insurance surveys will require the vessel to be ashore even if it is only lifted out of the water temporarily for inspection Some insurance companies will accept a limited inspection if done afloat but if it is for pre purchase then you are strongly advised to have the vessel ashore for inspection When can moisture readings be taken on GRP click to unfold This can vary enormously it is possible that some vessels will be lifted from the water and within a very short time have moisture meter readings that are particularly low Low readings such as that are obviously quite reliable as the readings can only get lower after time ashore However this is not the common scenario most vessels will have high readings immediately following lift out and when a vessel is lifted in the slings by boatyard there is often pressure of time regarding boatyard schedules to get the vessel back in the water These higher readings taken at that time will be almost worthless and certainly unreliable A period of 24 hours ashore will give a much more reliable assessment of what residual readings may be as the majority of physical drying out of water takes place in the first 24 hours this gradually slows down and any changes after 24 hours are much less marked If it is absolutely imperative for accuracy of moisture meter readings then if at all possible the vessel should have been ashore for a minimum of two or three days prior to survey However this is not always practical and will always be more expensive for the buyer Once the vessel is out of the water click to unfold Timber vessels have their own particular method of inspection There is no absolute need for these to be dried after lifting out but the majority of timber vessels will have fastenings along the garboard plank the first plank up from the keel and hood ends hood ends are the ends of the plank attached to the bow and stern of the vessel these fastenings are important and very often overlooked for many decades In the course of survey at least two or three of these fastenings would be

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  • sailing & yachting site
    own website here Hillyard Owners Association where you can find out information on Hillyards and their owners and various other Hillyard related matters Hillyard Owners Yahoo site where you can ask questions get in touch with other Hillyard owners Boat Safety Scheme details regulations advice for inland waterways and regulated vessels Details on gas installation requirements and much more Major Cashback Topcashback On insurance DIY many other items from major outlets try this company some useful savings to be found now quite well respected by all Ever wanted to know your timber This site give examples most of the timber you are ever likely to require for decorative structural use on boats This alternative site has accurate photos of all timbers Total identification of timber uses the endgrain for absolute identification this website helps understand the differences netween timbers Rope Assemblies a commercial supplier of various wire rope for commercial use including marine rigging both stainless galvanised but with a large amount of useful information and stock Worth a visit and quote as usually a less expensive supplier than dedicated marine stockists Yachtsnet Archives A useful archive of details of hundreds of yachts with photos and spec This is a

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