Corfe Valley News – June 2024

062024 Covers Fi

Corfe Valley News – June 2024 Highlights

The June 2024 issue of Corfe Valley News brings a host of updates and events for the local community. The Corfe Castle Village Hall is set for significant improvements, including a kitchen remodel and the construction of a new chair store to enhance space efficiency. Additionally, the 100 club draw results were announced, with an invitation extended to new members to support the village hall’s future initiatives.

The June 2024 issue of Corfe Valley News brings a host of updates and events for the local community
CVN June 2024

Aquarius has plans for a visit to the Costume Museum at Blandford Forum. Carey’s Secret Garden invites the community to explore its latest exhibits, including pieces of the Berlin Wall and offers various activities such as herbal tea making and yoga.

Local businesses and services continue to thrive, with advertisements highlighting cleaning, gardening, financial planning, taxis, and florists. Purbeck Art Weeks is ongoing, showcasing local artists. The issue also provides a comprehensive list of regular activities at Corfe Castle Village Hall and Furzebrook Village Hall, ranging from dance classes to council meetings.

June is packed with events, starting with Purbeck Art Weeks from May 25th to June 9th. Key highlights include the Village Coffee Morning and Soup and Pud Community Lunch on June 1st, a D-Day commemoration on June 6th, and the Corfe PTFA summer fair on June 8th. Later in the month, there will be a Gardening Club visit to Carey’s Secret Garden, a PPG talk on knee arthritis treatments, and the annual Mini Beer Festival on June 29th at the Corfe Castle Club.

Looking ahead, future events include the Aquarius pottery-making demonstration, the Three Parishes Fete on August 3rd, and the Purbeck Film Festival screenings in the castle at the end of August.

Parish councils have also been active, addressing issues such as the refurbishment of footpath signposts and the future use of the decommissioned Furzebrook phone box. Maintenance plans for the playing field are in motion, ensuring safe and well-preserved equipment for local children.

The National Trust has introduced a new audio tour at Corfe Castle, featuring historical characters for an enriched visitor experience. Additionally, a new Changing Places room at Castle View is being prepared, offering enhanced accessibility for visitors with complex needs.

You can download the June issue of the Corfe Valley News from their website

Read More News and Updates

Corfe Castle