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Wimborne Drama Productions sponsores a toy theatre at Priest's House MuseumApril 2018: In 2018, in memory of much missed former members Joe and Muriel Brooks, we sponsored a children's toy theatre and donated £500 to Priest’s House Museum’s Revival Project. Joe and Muriel, who moved to Wimborne with their children in the 1960s, were passionate about the theatre and local history, and over the course of the next 50 years became very active members of Wimborne Drama Productions and dedicated volunteers at the Priest’s House Museum, the Museum of East Dorset.


Wimborne Drama Productions present a cheque for £1000 to Macmillan Cancer Support's Chrissie Wathen-NealMarch 2016: In 2016 we donated £1,000 to Macmillan Cancer Support to help people living with cancer in Dorset. On hand to receive the cheque was Chrissie Wathen-Neal, Fundraising Manager for Macmillan Cancer Support in Dorset. “Fourteen people a day receive a cancer diagnosis in Dorset,” said Chrissie. “This fabulous donation of £1,000 will fund a Macmillan professional for one week and will help to make a difference to people living with cancer.”


Sam Moulton presents a cheque for £500 to Friends of East Dorset CABMarch 2015: In 2015 we donated £500 to Friends of East Dorset CAB to support community services in East Dorset. The donation, which included the proceeds from a quiz night held in January, will help support the work of the CAB in Wimborne and Ferndown where they provide free and confidential advice, mostly through volunteer advisors.

Paul Dodman presents cheque for £1000 to Sara Johnson from Lewis-Manning HospiceMarch 2014: We are delighted to have donated £1,000 to Lewis-Manning Hospice to help fund the care of patients at its new facilities in Poole. It was a pleasure to welcome Sara Johnson, Community Fundraiser from Lewis-Manning, to our March meeting, where she talked to us about the wonderful care and support they offer at the hospice for people living with cancer and other life-limiting illnesses. Sara is pictured receiving the cheque from chairman Paul Dodman.


Photo of cheque presentation to Julia's HouseJune 2011: Our first ever Open Air Production at Deans Court, The Importance of Being Earnest, was a sell-out success.

The opening night gala performance raised £1,000 for Julia's House. Cast members Rob Cording and Jenn Singleton are pictured presenting the cheque to Julia’s House volunteer Janette Cotton.

"The weather, the beautiful Deans Court setting... not to mention a first-rate production, made for what I can only describe as a perfect evening" Scene One

"A faultless summer evening’s entertainment... the whole show sparkled" Daily Echo

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