Our Burns Night on the 28th Jan was a great success. Many thanks to you all for coming and we trust you all enjoyed the evening!
A drizzly start to the event on Saturday 10th September didn’t dampen our Dorset spirits! With the BBQ kicking out delicious smells, warm teas, coffees and gorgeous home-made cakes warming us through and cider produced just half a mile away, the stage was all set for the performers!
For those of you who don’t know, Buckhorn WestFest has been established specifically to provide a stage for young performers under 20 in a relaxed, festival-style setting to produce a family friendly, community event. Continue reading Incredible performances at Buckhorn Westfest 2016
IN THE FIRST INSTANCE ALWAYS CALL 999
A defibrillator can save lives if used as soon as possible after a heart has stopped beating on its own – full instructions on its use are given as soon as the defibrillator is switched on. Just open the door and take the Defibrillator in its case to the casualty. You do not need training to use it.
The BWVCT will be responsible for stopping the alarm and resetting the Defibrillator after it has been returned. We hope you never need to use the BWVCT Defibrillator but it is there if needed. Please ask if you need further advice on the use of a defibrillator.
The Buckhorn Weston Village Community Village Trust Annual General Meeting will take place on Friday 20th May 2016.
Residents are especially welcome to attend and are invited to contact any Trustee direct or via our website Contact Us page for full details.
A sunny September afternoon with lots of music, food and drink for all the family. What more could you ask?
The 1st ever Buckfest (this may possibly be renamed for future years) was a cracker. The weather held and the many acts we had put on outstanding performances. All being under 19 years of age and all being amazing musical talents. Padfoot (folk duet, Gilingham School) opened the event, followed by Phillip White (soloist Gillingham School), Sam Hurst (soloist, Sturminster Newton), Kookaburra (yr 10 band from Gillingham school), Luke’s band provided some heavy from (from Gloucestershire) all wrapped up by Alma (from Poole college). Continue reading What a lovely summer afternoon!