Dynamo Youth Theatre’s sixth form members will be holding a Dynamo Bingo Fundraising Evening on May 7th 2018.
The event is taking place at The Pallant Centre (St. Faiths Hall) The Pallant, Havant, and the fun starts at 7, please come along and support what promises to be a fun evening.
Tickets are available on a Monday evening during session times 5:30 – 7:30 or on the door, and are priced at £5.00 and include a mocktail and your first Bingo Card. There will also be a Cake Stall and a Raffle.
One of the amazing companies who have kindly supported our fundraising efforts is Experience Days.
Experience Days believes that giving a really great gift to your loved ones is one of the best feelings there is, and that the greatest gift you can give to them is a new experience and a memory to last a lifetime. They make it their business to bring an unbeatable choice of experiences available all over the UK, so that no matter who you are, where you live and what you love to do, you can find just the right experience to give you or your loved ones a dream day that you’ll never forget.
The Dynamo Sixth Form would like to thank all of the businesses and people who have generously supported our efforts and can’t wait to see everyone at the bingo night!
Support Havant Dynamo Youth Theatre via The Havant Lottery
For every ticket purchased with us nominated as the cause we will receive £0.50 please support our cause. Click the link below to be taken to our Havant Lottery page. Havant Lottery is controlled by Havant Borough Council.
The plan so far which is subject to slight change.
Those involved. 3 of my colleagues from work, Dave Berry, Tim Bridle Adrian Lee and Me (Nigel Wade), we are all riding for our chosen charity with mine being Dynamo Youth Theatre.
Leave Portsmouth on the ferry at 23:15 on the 15/7/2016. Returning to Portsmouth at 2100 on the 23/7/2016
We will ride from Le Havre on the morning of the 16/7/2016 to the base of Le Mont Ventoux, a small town called Bedoin over 6 days. Arriving in Bedoin on Thursday 21/7. We will summit of le Mont Ventoux on Friday the 22/7. The plan is to meet the sponsor of the event, Paul the owner of Europafilter, on the summit of the Ventoux on the Friday. This is probably for publicity photos. We will then descend the mountain and drive part of the way back toward Le Harvre and the ferry. This is to prevent having to leave Bedoin at 0400 on the Saturday. The AA route planner suggests an 8 hour drive back (We are still on the lookout for a driver who is happy driving a 14 seater minibus on the wrong side of the road, Must have D1 on their licence.) We have two windows of opportunity to summit the Ventoux, Thursday, if we still have the strength after almost 100 miles enroute to Bedoin. The other is the Friday. The reason for two possible attempts is the weather is very changeable on the mountain. Mont Ventoux means “windy mountain” and speeds of 320KM have been recorded. I have given up trying to drive up the Ventoux on one occasion due to the wind and torrential rain. Yet in the valley it was hot and sunny. Please follow us on Facebook for updates, you can also donate here. Please support Nigel if you can, he is riding for funds towards our new home base appeal.
A BIG thank you to all of the sixth former’s for organising this event, and those people that came and supported them, you raised an massive £430.40. Well done to everyone involved.
Please come and support our Six form members with their May Day Treasure Hunt. This event promises to be full of family fun as you follow the treasure trail around the town. Tickets are available on Monday and Thursday sessions or on the day.
Thank you so much for everyone who came and supported us for our quiz! So many more people came than we ever expected, we hope you all had a fun and entertaining evening! We look forward to arranging future fundraising events! Thank you!
You may be interested in the scores from the evening, so here they are:
We need volunteers for the fund-raising cycle ride on either the 10th or 24th May 2015. We need volunteers to act as marshalls at key junctions to guide riders on route and keep track of numbers, plus drinks stations, plus start and finish logging riders in and out plus first-aiders.
Sign up now or contact Mark Rowlands on firstname.lastname@example.org