Millstream Theatre benefits from Festival proceeds

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Following this year's successful Folk Festival in Wimborne, Revd Gwyneth Owen visited the members of the Millstream Theatre group to present some of the proceeds of the festival. The Theatre group is an adult company of actors with learning disabilities from East Dorset and beyond, who meet monthly on Saturdays to create original storytelling and drama at the Priest's House Museum. During the current refurbishment of the Museum, they are using the premises at Wimborne Methodist Church.
The photo shows Gwyneth presenting the letter to Tam Gilbert. Also present was Cllr David Morgan, Chair of the Trustees of the Priest's House Museum who is also member of Wimborne Methodist Church.

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