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Our Events programme for 2011

It looks like we’ll have a pretty packed year this year. Many of these are favourites from last year. We are particularly excited about a couple of new events this year. One is a drama performance by residents at the Blackmore theatre in March (drama practice is every Monday from 2 pm to 3 pm and family and friends are encouraged to participate!), the Easter sponsored walk by staff and residents, and the landshare project with the Beacon School where pupils will be growing (and eating!) vegetables with our residents throughout the year, with a ‘big push’ in the week of 4 to 7 April.

February 14 Celebrate valentines day
March 17 Celebrate St Patrick’s day
26/27 Group of residents performing at Blackmore Theatre
April 3 Mothering Sunday – tea and cake party
4-7 Children from Beacon School doing community project at Rose Lodge.
22 Celebrate Good Friday – Easter Concert by School
TBD Sponsored Easter run by staff and residents
23 Easter/St George’s day Party and Easter bonnet competition
24 Celebrate Easter Sunday – small Church service in the afternoon
May 8 VE day – reminiscence and celebration
13 Day trip and picnic to World of Country Life
June 19 Father’s day
25 Open Day Barbecue and Garden Party with musical entertainment
July 15 Day trip and picnic to Seaton Tramway in Community bus
August   Artist in residence week
    Day trips to Exmouth Seafront in Rosemobile
September 3 Garden picnic for family and friends
  Harvest festival and church service
October   Open Day Art exhibition (work from Artist in residence week in August)
  Making Halloween pumpkins
29 Resident outing to Exmouth Pavillion to see the Sound of Music
November 6 Wartime remembrance with entertainers ‘Blitz and Peaces’
6 Fireworks display in evening
December 8 Resident outing to see the Christmas lights
17 Christmas Party with secret Santa presents and entertainment
  Open Day Photo Exhibition – A year at Rose Lodge
  Carol singing by local school
  Christmas Church service (carols ?)

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