Tonight’s performance in Christchurch Library
The Christchurch Library was the venue tonight for a fabulous performance by soloist Olivia Sebis.
The audience gathered in the library main reception area fortified against the elements by refreshments of mince pies and hot drinks provided by the Library to hear a medley of seasonal songs from 15 year old Olivia.
A raffle was held following the performance and proceeds from that would be added to the cheque for £500 presented to Philip Tarrant of the Bournemouth Blind Society, the nominated charity for the evening, by Charlie White from Onepoint Survey who had sponsored the evening.
Our thanks go to Olivia for a wonderful evening’s entertainment and all the staff of the Christchurch Library who were such enthusiastic first time participants in the CLAC programme and we look forward to welcoming everyone to the final evening performance at Druitt Hall tomorrow night before the programme finale on Christmas Eve in Saxon Square at 2pm.
Tonight’s charity – all funds raised go to:
Bournemouth Blind SocietyBournemouth Blind Society was founded in 1911. We continue with the same passion as our founders to try to find new and creative ways to help our members retain their independence. Bournemouth Blind Society is an independent, local charity. We are not affiliated with any other group or charity. We receive a small grant from the Local Authority towards the costs of running our Resource Centre and Community Support service, otherwise we are self-financing, relying on donations, fund-raising activities and legacies to meet our costs. Find out more about us by visiting the Bournemouth Blind Society Website
The entertainment was provided by:
Thanks to the local sponsor:
One Point Survey Ltd
One Point Survey Equipment are highly experienced in offering survey and safety equipment to the construction industry.
Our services include the sale, hire, calibration and repair of survey and safety equipment including laser levels, total stations, theodolites, GPS survey equipment, machine control, cable detectors, gas detectors and much, much more.
Thanks to the venue:
Christchurch Library is right in the heart of Christchurch. The building now houses a BCP Council Hub, a Skills and Learning classroom and CAB offices as well as hundreds of books! Membership of the Library is completely FREE!
We offer computer access for all, as well as access to online magazines, newspapers, e-books and e-audiobooks – all free with your membership card. We offer weekly Wriggle and Rhyme and Story Time Tribe sessions – again all free, as well as treasure hunts and craft activities throughout the holiday periods.
We also offer a free Home Delivery Service for our housebound readers and their carers supported by the RVS.
We run crafty sessions for adults, a Reminiscence Group, Knit and Natter, Board Fridays, Chatterbooks, Family Code Club and a Lego club for all ages, every Saturday.
Every October we hold a Fun Palace event which is fun for all the family and completely free.
Reading and Writing Groups meet regularly both in the Library other venues with books supplied by the Library Service.
The Friends of Christchurch and Highcliffe Libraries also run events in both Libraries, raising much needed funds for all our added extras!