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Thursday, 21 April 2016 09:09

Ghost Walk of Old Poole Town 2016

Award Winning! Now in its 18th Year.

Every Wednesday between Wednesday 27th July and August 24th.
And Bank Holiday Monday 29th August.

Local Victorian character Granny Cousins and her sidekick 'Red' will take you on an entertaining and informative evening walk telling you about some of the people that have lived, worked and....haunted this ancient fishing port.

“Brilliant walk this evening - thanks Granny! Some great ghost stories, and the history of Poole brought to life. If you are a local or a visitor I'd recommend you get to one of the walks you won't be disappointed!”

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Fore more information call: 07977 969080

Meet outside Scaplen's Court Museum, Sarum Street, Poole. 8.00pm (Approximately 1 - 1 1/2 hours).
Adults £8, Children £5, Family 2 adults 2 children, £24

Thursday, 03 September 2015 12:26

Ghost Walk of Old Poole Town for Halloween

Granny Cousins Ghost Walk of Old Poole Town for Halloween

Tuesday 27th @ 7pm - booking details on eventbrite.
Thursday 29th @ 8pm for a much spookier late night walk - booking details on eventbrite.

Poole Museum are running a late night on Friday 30th October and I will be walking at 6pm to complement the museum opening - booking details on eventbrite.

Tuesday, 17 June 2014 09:31

Poppy Fields Workshop

We worked with Limelights centre for young people to share our research, make poppies and 

talk about rememberance and the feelings we have about war.

The Call

Who's for the trench -

Who's for the trench -
Are you, my laddie?
Who'll follow French -
Will you, my laddie?
Who's fretting to begin,
Who's going out to win?
And who wants to save his skin -
Do you, my laddie?

Who's for the khaki suit -
Are you, my laddie?
Who longs to charge and shoot -
Do you, my laddie?
Who's keen on getting fit,
Who means to show his grit,
And who'd rather wait a bit -
Would you, my laddie?

Who'll earn the Empire's thanks -
Will you, my laddie?
Who'll swell the victor's ranks -
Will you, my laddie?
When that procession comes,
Banners and rolling drums -
Who'll stand and bite his thumbs -
Will you, my laddie?

Jessie Pope

Saturday, 12 July 2014 10:00

Poppy Fields Workshop Dolphin Centre

Join Hazel and I as we aim to make 100,000 poppies to remember WW1.

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