Blockbuster at the village hall

Dorset Echo: Jane Lee discovers her mother Philomena fell pregnant as a teenager in 1952 Ireland and was forced to give up the baby to the sisters at Roscrea Abbey.

12:24pm Saturday 4th October 2014

Osmington Film Club:

Dance the night away in Osmington Village Hall

Dorset Echo:

12:19pm Saturday 4th October 2014

The Longdog Band and Hedley Kay will entertain

The Osmington Recorded Music Society

Dorset Echo:

11:56am Saturday 4th October 2014

The seventh season of recitals by the Osmington Recorded Music Society began in Osmington village hall on 15 September 2014 with a programme of largely English music, presented by the Society’s chairman Peter Foster, a voice well known to anyone who has listened to Hospital Radio in Dorchester, where Peter is a seasoned presenter with many years of experience.

Osmington Lunch Club

Dorset Echo: One pan roast lunch of chicken, beetroot, potatoes & carrots with olive oil, garlic & white wine

12:32pm Saturday 4th October 2014

The October lunch will be on Monday 27th and the November Lunch on Monday 24th, times are 12.15 for 12.30 at Osmington Village Hall. Cost £6.00 for two courses and complimentary drink. Everybody is welcome so do come along and enjoy a delicious meal.

Lunch Club back after summer break

6:28pm Thursday 4th September 2014

The September lunch will be on Monday 29th September, and the October Lunch will be Monday October 22th, times are 12.15 for 12.30 at Osmington Village Hall. Cost £6.00. Everybody is welcome so do come along.

Join the World's Biggest Coffee Morning with Macmillan

Dorset Echo: World's Biggest Coffee Morning

4:00pm Thursday 4th September 2014

Join people in your area for the Worlds Biggest Coffee Morning on Friday 26th September – all in the name of Macmillan Cancer Support.

Osmington Village Pump in bloom

Dorset Echo:

3:02pm Tuesday 2nd September 2014

Osmington Village pump in lower Church Lane had a makeover last year and Jane Lock scattered ‘Butterfly & Bee’ friendly wild seeds. Whilst out jogging the other day, she just had to stop and take this photo of the pump and the wonderful display of native flowers above the pump.


9:24am Monday 1st September 2014

The 7th season of Osmington Recorded Music Society opens on Monday 15th September 2014 at the Village Hall, Shortlake Lane. when Chairman Peter Foster will give the programme which is entitled Let’s Enjoy Music. Although predominately a society for classical music lovers, it is by no means exclusively so. Meetings are held on 1st and 3rd Monday afternoons at Osmington Village Hall from 2.15pm. the next two meetings being 6th and 20th October. Further details from 01305 262121, or email: heather.foster1@btinternet.com .

Leon's Community Spirit

Dorset Echo:

12:51pm Tuesday 12th August 2014

Young Community Spirit at the Village Fete: Leon Reed, aged 8, decided to help the Osmington Village Fete fundraising for the community by setting up his own stall. He made and sold Loom Band jewellery and raised £10 to add to the funds. Well done Leon.

Osmington Village Fete - A great time had by all

Dorset Echo:

9:10am Monday 11th August 2014

A LOVELY sunny afternoon at the fete was enjoyed by hundreds of visitors and local residents.

Heartstart first aid courses in Osmington

Dorset Echo: Heartstart

3:26pm Saturday 9th August 2014

PGL in conjunction with the Osmington Society are running a free Heartstart first aid course on Saturday 30th August and Saturday 6th September.

Speedwatch is Working!

11:08am Saturday 5th July 2014

The Osmington Speedwatch group has had a busy few weeks since they received their new replacement camera. This looks somewhat like a mobile phone but is very efficient in recording the speed of vehicles through the village. On one morning between the hours of 7 and 9am 25 vehicles were registered speeding, and one recorded speed was well over 40 miles per hour. Speedwatch is obviously helping to reduce speed of some drivers through our village, as the police have informed us that no driver has been recorded again after receiving a warning letter issued after the first occasion.

Parish Council Vacancy

11:05am Saturday 5th July 2014

Osmington Parish Council has a vacancy for co-option, if you would like to consider becoming a Parish Councillor contact the Parish Clerk or the Chairman Nick Ireland, their details can be found on the Parish Council Pages of the Osmington website www.osmington.info

Summer Bonfires cause a nuisance

Dorset Echo: Summer Bonfires cause a nuisance

10:16am Saturday 5th July 2014

Recently the Osmington Parish Council has received a number of complaints, during the recent spell of good weather, concerning smoke from garden waste bonfires in Osmington Village. The bonfires are causing a nuisance and preventing neighbours from enjoying their gardens, opening windows and hanging out washing etc. The Parish Council Meeting on 7th July has an Agenda Item under Legal and Law and Order Matters, to consider the Parish Council's approach to and measures that might be undertaken concerning antisocial/nuisance bonfires.

Osmington Leisure Table Tennis

4:39pm Tuesday 27th May 2014

Osmington Leisure held their Table Tennis Club AGM on 8th May. Annual subscriptions are to remain at £5 and weekly fees at £2. All new players are welcome, whatever their ability. The club meets every Thursday at Osmington Village Hall from 7.30 pm to 9.30 pm. It's a fun way of getting some exercise and an easy way to meet new people.

Who did It?

11:40am Tuesday 27th May 2014

A Murder Mystery

Osmington Village Fete (A date for your diary)

12:36pm Tuesday 27th May 2014

Osmington Village Fete

A Summer Walk and Treasure Hunt!

6:54pm Saturday 24th May 2014

Bubbly, fun and fitness

Tea Time in Osmington

Dorset Echo: Osmington Parish Meeting Event

11:24am Monday 12th May 2014

The Osmington Annual Parish Meeting on Saturday 10th May began with a display of Village Organisations and Societies.

Come along for screening of Woody Allen classic

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3:17pm Monday 28th April 2014

On May 3rd Osmington's Film Club, in the Village Hall, will be screening Annie Hall, "A Nervous Comedy".

Date For Your Diary - Big Band Open Air Concert

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3:10pm Monday 28th April 2014

Look out for further details of the Big Band Concert on Osmington Hall Village Green on 22nd June in aid of Help for Heroes.

Another great event in Osmington Village Hall.

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8:06pm Monday 21st April 2014

On Saturday 12th July, at 7 for 7.30 pm, The Somerleigh Players will be returning with another terrific evening of entertainment. A Murder Play by Brian Burton, has a perfect murder been committed, come and decide for yourself! A bar will be available all evening and nibbles will be served before the show. A cheese platter supper will be served at the end of the performance.

Profits go to a good cause

Dorset Echo: Profits go to a good cause

12:25pm Tuesday 1st April 2014

The Osmington Society: Following the success of the Casino night on the 15th March, at their last meeting, the committee agreed that the profits of £300 should be given to St Osmunds Church for the updating of the church facilities fund. A big thanks to all who came and joined in the fun, and to those who worked so hard to make the event successful.

Osmington Casino Night a Winner

Dorset Echo: Osmington Casino Night a Winner

5:48pm Sunday 16th March 2014

A night of fun and laughter was enjoyed in Osmington with the 2nd Casino Event organised by The Osmington Society. The Black Jack, Roulette and Games Tables were kept busy all evening whilst villagers and their friends tried their luck. Delicious canapés and sparkling wine added to the enjoyment, and the efforts of all those who organised and ran the event were rewarded by the compliments of the guests.

Osmington Film Club’s Big(ish) Screen March Event

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12:42pm Wednesday 5th March 2014

Osmington Film Night, 22nd March

Osmington Village Craft Fair

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12:35pm Wednesday 5th March 2014

Village Craft Fair in aid of St Osmunds Church

Sunset Cafe Stompers returns to Osmington

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12:30pm Wednesday 5th March 2014

Traditional Jazz in the New Orleans Style

Craigs Farm Dairy Visit

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8:10am Wednesday 5th March 2014

Osmington Society Farm Visit to Craig's Farm Dairy

Sunset Cafe Stompers returns to Osmington

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11:14am Thursday 27th February 2014

Traditional Jazz in the New Orleans Style

Memories of a Dorset Village

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12:28pm Wednesday 19th February 2014

The Osmington Society has formed a group which has begun to gather together information and stories of Osmington, to enable the update and reprinting of Osmington Memories of a Dorset Village. This book is full of photos and historical information and stories of Osmington past, and many residents have copies of the original version published in 2000, which has been out of print for some time. Several requests have been made for further copies and it has been decided that 15 years on it is time to update and replace.

Casino Evening

Dorset Echo: Casino Evening

12:10pm Tuesday 18th February 2014

Osmington's Fun Night at the Casino

White Horse Shortlisted for Heritage Award

7:35pm Sunday 8th September 2013

OSMINGTON'S White Horse Restoration Project is one of five projects which have been shortlisted by English Heritage for one its prestigious 2013 Angel Awards for the best rescue of a listed building, scheduled monument, park, garden, battlefield or conservation area.

Time to Bake for St. Osmund

11:04pm Tuesday 16th July 2013

The details of Osmington’s homemade cake competition, OSBAKE 2013, have now been finalised.  It will take place on Saturday, August 3 at Osmington Village Hall.  To enter, complete an entry form and drop it into the mailbox at the Village Hall (fixed to porch post) or hand it in at The Sunray. .Entries need to be delivered at the Hall between 9.30 and 11.30am, with judging in the afternoon.  An independent panel of judges will taste all entries. Prizes will be presented at the Osmington Fête on Sunday at 1.45pm.  You are encouraged to donate your cake to the cake stall after judging, to be sold at the Fête, but if you'd rather take it home for tea - that's fine!   Entry is free, so enter as many times as you like!  There are 4 classes in which to enter: • Category 1 - Whole Cake: A whole cake of any type, of your choice. • Category 2 – Traditional Victoria Sponge, to an exactly specified recipe. • Category 3 – Six decorated cupcakes of your choice - any flavour or type, any decoration. • Category 4 - Junior Baker (14 and under) - Cookies, buns, cupcakes – your choice! For full details and entry forms, visit the Osmington website (www.osmington.info) or give Eileen a call on 833108.  Happy baking!

WOW on tour to Osmington

11:12pm Wednesday 26th June 2013

If you do not already have tickets for “A Night at the Musicals” on Saturday, July13, it is high time to get them.  WOW, Weymouth’s brilliant young Youth Musical Theatre group are putting on a special performance at Osmington Village Hall, so come and enjoy a great evening’s entertainment with this talented group of young people.  Doors open 7pm for a 7.30pm show.  There will also be a bar and raffle. Tickets are only £10 (£5 for under-14s) and include a light supper.  To book them ring Carol on 01305 835933 or Hilary on 01305 832168. All proceeds will go to St. Osmund’s Church roof repair fund.

Project Finale for the White Horse

Dorset Echo: Project chairman Geoff Codd and the Lord Lieutenant for Dorset at The White Huse, Osmington

10:47pm Monday 18th March 2013

DESPITE a bone-chilling wind, the sun shone for the formal opening of the Osmington White Horse viewing point by the Lord Lieutenant of Dorset, Mrs Anthony Pitt-Rivers, on 12 March, signalling completion of the final stage of the restoration of the carving, and giving the public a safe parking area from which see and to learn about the monument and its history.    Representatives of all the groups who had contributed to the project were gathered on the site off the A353 which has been generously made available by Paul and Jan Critchell of White Horse Farm.   However, in view of the temperature, formalities there were kept to a minimum.   The Lord Lieutenant cut the tape around the information plinth with a few brief words, but further speeches were postponed until people had gathered in the more welcoming atmosphere of The White House, to which Geoff and Christine Codd had kindly invited the assembled company.   There, glasses were raised to celebrate the successful conclusion of the 4-year restoration project, which has involved so many elements of the local community, as well as attracting the support of national authorities and organisations..   The Lord Lieutenant congratulated Geoff Codd, as  project chairman, on a great community achievement and Geoff, in his turn, paid tribute to all those who had contributed their time, effort and funds to make it possible.   In formally winding up the restoration project, he committed the future care of the monument to a group to be led by the Dorset Ranger Service under John Hayes and the Osmington Society, under its current chairman Sally Little, who will ensure that King George III and his favourite charger Adonis continue to dominate the local landscape for many generations to come. For the full story of the horse and its restoration visit the project website at www.osmingtonwhitehorse.info.

King George Opens to Visitors

7:51pm Monday 25th February 2013

AT long last, the travelling public will be able to see and study Osmington’s historic White Horse in safety and at leisure.   At 12 noon on Tuesday, March 12, 2013, exactly one year after Her Royal Highness the Princess Royal commemorated the completion of work to restore the figure of King George III on the hill, the Lord Lieutenant for Dorset will mark the end of the final stage of the four year community restoration project by opening a newly constructed Public Viewing Point off the A353 on the hill opposite the monument. Work has been going ahead steadily since September on this final phase of the project, which could not have been achieved without the help of the organisations which have given their support in both time and money.  Over 2,000 hours of work and £20,000 of money have been needed to establish the viewpoint, with the bulk of the funding being shared by Natural England and Dorset County Council, plus added grants from West Dorset District Council and the Dorset AONB.   The Army’s Corps of Royal Engineers have levelled and surfaced the car park, the County Council has engineered the connection to the main road, SSE has re-routed power lines to clear the entrance, and teams of volunteers from the local community (including PGL at Osmington Bay) have worked hard at all the secondary tasks like establishing hedges.  A Portland stone plinth, donated by Albion Stone, provides information to visitors on the history of the monument and the project – one which has secured national recognition as a great example of what can be achieved by a local community with the will to restore and maintain its historic heritage.  Congratulations to all who took part. For the full story of the horse and its restoration visit the project website at www.osmingtonwhitehorse.info.

Local MP launches Osmington's Festive Season

Dorset Echo: Richard Drax MP and Parish Council chairman Mike Reed switch on Osmington's christmas tree lights

10:57pm Monday 10th December 2012

SOUTH Dorset’s MP helped to kick off Osmington’s Christmas celebrations on Saturday, December 1 in the Sunray grounds.  It was a fantastic day, there was a brilliant turnout and, despite the cold, everyone was in good spirits.  The market was bustling, the mulled wine was flowing and the singing was brilliant.   At lighting-up time, the crowd then gathered; Richard Drax MP gave a speech and the 25-foot tree was then lit by him and Mike Reed, the Chairman of Osmington Parish Council.  The tree looks amazing and really stands out for everyone to enjoy as they drive through the village. The two-day event was a ‘first’ for Osmington, and congratulations and thanks are due to all those who generously gave their time and effort to make it such a success.   Special thanks have to go to The Friends of the Parish for organising such a great event, and to the Sunray management for hosting it.   There was singing by Carols from Dorset, wonderful Christmas music from the Durnovaria Silver Band and the Millstreet Jazz Band, and the children of Andrew's School Choir were a delight. The erection of the tree was only made possible by some dedicated effort by the local team of Vic White and Steve Mansbridge, with some extremely generous support by local firms.  Mr B Crew of Station Garage, Wareham, loaned the team a trailer and a vehicle to pull it, and Vic and Steve drove to Uplyme to collect the tree on one of the wettest and nastiest Saturdays of the year.  Holly Hill Christmas Trees supplied a wonderful tree and helped to load it for the long drive home.  The use of a crane for the afternoon was very generously donated by MB Pumps of Poole and, while the rain lashed and the wind blew, the tree was lifted over the Sunray's restaurant and deposited neatly into the pre-dug hole, where it settled snugly into place.   That was Osmington's Christmas Carol 2012 - the Friends of the Parish intend that 2013 will be bigger and even better! AT their meeting on November 20, the chairman of Osmington Recorded Music Society, Brian Bishop, celebrated the sea and “those who go down to the sea in ships” in his programme, “Sea Fever”, including excerpts from Gilbert & Sullivan’s HMS Pinafore, Debussy’s La Mer and Lord Berners’ The Triumph of Neptune, a ballet first performed in London in 1926.   December meetings featured the music of George Gershwin, in Jim Davis’ recital “By George” and at the time of writing, David McCririck is due to present “Osmington, the musical village” on December 17. To open the 2013 part of the season, Anne Cleveland is due to take members on a musical tour of “Rivers and Oceans” with her programme on Monday, January 7, and the title of Laurence Knight’s programme on January 21 is “Impulse Buying”. Meetings are held at Osmington Village Hall from 2.15pm on alternate Mondays.   For further details call 01305 262121, or email: heather.foster1@btinternet.com . New members are always welcome. EARLIER this year Osmington Parish Council applied for one of the trees that Trees for Dorset were donating in commemoration of this year’s jubilee celebrations.   Osmington was one of the ten successful applicants and the tree was successfully planted on Saturday 1 December at the village playing field.   Trees for Dorset also provided a commemorative plaque to mark the event. The tree is a gledista honey locust and should be around for at least the next 100 years.

MP to launch Osmington's Christmas Carol

2:51pm Monday 12th November 2012

SOUTH Dorset MP Richard Drax will join Parish Council chairman Mike Read to light Osmington’s Christmas tree at 4.30 on Saturday, December 1, in the grounds of the Sunray.  The event is part of a two day Christmas Carol festival sponsored by the Friends of the Parish with the cooperation of the Sunray management.

Project in its final phase

8:12pm Monday 22nd October 2012

WORK has been going ahead steadily since September on the final phase of the Osmington White Horse Restoration Project – the establishment of a proper off-road viewing point off the A353 on Osmington Hill.   Once again, the Project is enormously grateful for the help that has been given by its friends and supporters.  The Army’s Corps of Royal Engineers have levelled and surfaced the car park, after which a volunteer team from PGL at Osmington Bay have worked hard at shifting topsoil to provide a base for the surrounding hedges.  The Portland stone information plinth, incorporating the plaque unveiled by the Princess Royal, has been donated by Albion Stone, and all the other necessary work has been made possible by grants from Natural England and from Dorset County Council, who have undertaken the surfacing work and road signs linking the parking area to the road. The intention was for the Lord Lieutenant of Dorset to open the facility on November 15, but a last-minute hitch has put that plan on hold for the time being.   It appears that the height of the power lines across the entrance does not meet official safety criteria for traffic to pass underneath, and cars are, therefore, not allowed in.   Negotiations have started with SSE to install two taller telegraph poles, and the project ‘s chairman, Geoff Codd, remains confident that this final element of what has been a historic conservation project will be in use before the end of 2012. THE next monthly arts & crafts fayre in Osmington Village Hall will be on Saturday, November 17 from 1.00 to 3pm.   These regular events started in May this year, with a gathering of 'local to Dorset' crafts people and artists, and have continued on the third Saturday of each month.  There are always a variety of stalls with some very talented crafts people, from handmade jewels to homemade soap and candles, while Osmington’s own Sapphira Hill has displayed her quirky and fun pieces.   With so much on show, there is something for everyone.  Local folk often pop up for a browse and stay for tea & cake - hot beverages and a selection of cakes on offer, make for an enjoyable time to spend with family and friends For this month’s fayre, a full house of stallholders has been booked, and a festive feel is planned for the start of the Christmas build-up.  The regular stall holders will have an array of things on offer from button jewellery to felt creations, and there will be some new stalls, including framed local scenes photographed by Gilly Hopson, jams and chutneys, and silk flower displays – once again, something for everyone. MEMBERS and guests of Osmington Recorded Music Society enjoyed the presentation by the society’s president, John Davis, entitled The Golden Age of Leopold Stokowski and the Philadelphia Orchestra,  a Centenary Celebration.  The programme featured a fascinating sequence of rare recordings.   On Monday, November 5, Richard Searle of Dorchester U3A is due to present a programme titled “Take Five” offering some notable musical “Fives”. Meetings are held at the Village Hall, Shortlake Lane, Osmington, from 2.15pm on alternate Mondays. THIS year brings the tenth annual Osmington Christmas Show to the Village Hall on Friday 30 November and Saturday 1 December, with performances starting at 7.30pm.  It promises to be another great family fun show, and event passes will undoubtedly sell out again – so get them now from Debbie Vokes, School House, Main Road, Osmington, DT3 6EE or call (01305) 835877.

Osmington welcomes the Olympic torch

10:52pm Tuesday 26th June 2012

THE Olympic Torch Relay, with all its accompanying fanfare, will be coming through Osmington on Friday, July 13, and all are welcome to line the road and cheer!

Royal Recogniton for the White Horse

Dorset Echo: The Osmington White Horse in its restored shape

5:06pm Tuesday 24th January 2012

Oamington’s White Horse Restoration Project will receive recognition at the highest level with a Royal visit this spring. There has been official confirmation that the Princess Royal will visit the site on Monday, March 12 to “unveil” the restored monument. Most of the details of the visit have yet to be worked out, but it will probably take place between 9.45 and 10.30am. This will be a well-deserved tribute to all the local people who have worked so hard over the last two years and more to bring the monument back to its original condition in time for the Olympics year, and it seems fitting that King George III’s resuscitation should be greeted by one of his direct descendents with her own distinguished equestrian background.

King George is ready for the Olympics

Dorset Echo: Nearly complete.  A Royal Navy team tidy up the King.

8:49pm Friday 7th October 2011

OSMINGTON is the latest local community to have completed its contribution to the 2012 Olympic scene on time and within budget. When the hillside figure of George III on his white horse was first carved in 1808, its position was chosen to present a distinctive landmark to seafarers approaching Weymouth Bay. Now, after 200 years, and thanks to the efforts of a dedicated project team, it is set to present the same image to the Olympic seafarers of 2012.

Young teams get to work on King George

Dorset Echo: Thomas Hardye School pupils get to work on some synchronised hacking on the White Horse

10:46pm Thursday 21st July 2011

Thanks to the energy and commitment of some of the fantastic young people of Dorset, great progress has been made with the final stage of restoration of the Osmington White Horse – a project that is now coming to fruition after two years of planning and preparation by a range of cooperating organisations.

Choirs to sing at St. Osmund's

8:17pm Monday 27th June 2011

ST. OSMUND’S church will be holding its annual Patronal Festival on Sunday, July 10, with choral evensong at 6.30pm, followed as usual by a social gathering with refreshments. The choir from All Saints, Wyke Regis will be joining the choirs from our own benefice to lead the singing, and the visiting preacher will be the Reverend Deb Smith, Vicar of All Saints.

The village hall stomps again

Dorset Echo: Keith Pratt introduces the Sunset Café Stompers at their March Osmington concert

11:27pm Sunday 20th March 2011

On Saturday, March 12, the Sunset Café Stompers made a very welcome return to the village hall for an evening of their foot-tapping New Orleans Jazz. With a full house, the hall was suitably decorated for a jazz party atmosphere. Whether listening or dancing, a packed and enthusiastic audience were entertained by this popular band, whilst the bar and hot snacks provided welcome refreshment.

White Horse Project moves further ahead

Dorset Echo: Stewart Ainsworth from English Heritage discusses his research results with the White Horse project team

10:59pm Monday 28th February 2011

THE next stage of the White Horse restoration should soon be under way. In February, representatives of all the authorities and groups involved in the restoration project came together for a workshop day in Osmington Village Hall to plan the next move – establishing and marking the exact outline of the original carving.

Support your Village Hall

8:25pm Monday 14th February 2011

AFTER its recent (expensive) redecoration, the village hall looks great. Sadly, though, the Valentine’s dance had to be cancelled because too few people bought tickets to make it financially viable. This was the third recent event to fail in this way.

Join in the Valentine's celebration

8:28pm Monday 31st January 2011

You should already have got your tickets for this year’s Strictly Come Valentine event in the village hall on Saturday, February 12 from 7.30 to 11pm. If not, act now!! The theme is “Dancing through the Ages”, with a great variety of music, dancing, drinking and general jollity, including a professional dance demonstration. There will, naturally, be a bar and hot snacks will be on hand. Come and dance the evening away to the Pegasus disco.

The White Horse sheds its coat

Dorset Echo: A perfect rainbow frames the Veritair helicopter team (Wesley, Dave and Duncan) after they finish clearing the stone from the White Horse.

10:43pm Tuesday 23rd November 2010

THE valley below White Horse Hill was filled with a virtually continuous buzzing all day on Thursday, November 18, and for most of the following morning, as a busy helicopter ferried the last of Anneke Rice’s limestone chips (and those of her predecessors) from the monument to a dumping site across the valley, whence they will be recycled to other uses.

Local artists steal the show

Dorset Echo: Osmington artist Naomi Vincent (right) among her paintings, with fellow exhibitor Mia Bradbury

11:28pm Tuesday 26th October 2010

LOCAL artist, Naomi Vincent organised a highly successful arts and crafts event in Osmington Village Hall on October 16. Local artists and craft specialists joined together for a one day exhibition and sale of beautiful handmade jewellery, sculpture and woodwork, along with The Hardy Quilters’ splendid display of quilts and garments.


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