• Dore in July.
  • Dore in July.
  • Dore in July.
The information on this web site is provided for village residents, for visitors and for all who enjoy the community of Dore Village. This web site complements Dore to Door, a publication produced by the Dore Village Society.

You can contact us with any queries about the website, or with information that you would like included, by email.

Please support us by joining Dore Village Society.

Dore Garden Club - Saturday 13th of May 2017

Dore Garden Club
Saturday 13th of May 2017 10am to 12pm.
At Dore Methodist Church Hall.

Spectacular Orchid Show 2017 - Sunday 28th May 2017

Sheffield and District Orchid Society.
Spectacular ORCHID Show 2017
Sunday 28th May 10:30am to 4:00pm. Show Location: Cavendish Hall, Edensor, Chatsworth Estate, DE45 1PJ. Admission: £2.50. Refreshments, Free parking.

See exotic displays from regional orchid societies. Speak to experts for invaluable cultural advice. Opportunity to purchase a wide selection of unusual orchids from growers.

Sheffield and District Orchid Society
What we do
Friendly monthly meetings, benefit from expertise of guest speakers, find solutions to problem plants, participate in regional shows, monthly newsletter, come and experience a meeting without obligation.

Like to know more?
See website details or contact either: Carolyn 01709 587208 or Peter 0114 274 5364.
Need more information?
Contact Lynda Ashmore at lynda.ashmore@googlemail.com or visit our website at www.sheffieldorchids.org

Easter Lambing 19th & 20th April 2017

Easter Lambing at Whirlow Farm 19th & 20th April 2017 11am to 3pm

Tickets: children £4.50, adults £4 & family £15
Tickets available on the gate or at www.whirlowhallfarm.org
Meet the farm family! See newborn lambs! Face painting, Easter egg hunts, pony rides + more fun.

Dragon Hunt - Sunday 23rd April

Dore Village Society
for young children with their parents
Why not come in fancy dress!
Sunday 23rd April
Starting at Dore Old School from 2:00pm
Refreshments provided - Prize giving at 3:45pm
Sponsored by Dore Village Society

Tuesday 4th April 2017 - Cardiac Risk in the Young

Christ Church Dore Ladies Group

Invite you to
"Cardiac Risk in the Young" (CRY Charity)
with speaker
Elaine Ward

Church Hall, Town Head Road
Tuesday 4th April, 7:45pm
Visitors Welcome

Dore Garden Club - Wednesday 19th April 2017

’The Delights of Derbyshire’ talk by Irene Dougan

We meet at 7.30 in the Methodist Church Hall.
Visitors welcome – only £3 at the door per meeting

Britain's 'Forgotten Frontier' 30th March 2017 7pm


Britain's 'Forgotten Frontier'
Excavation of Roman and earlier remains at Whirlow
Public lecture by Dr Clive Waddington (ARS Ltd)
King Ecgbert School, Dore on 30th March 2017, 7pm

The Time Travellers will host this event in the main hall of King Ecgbert School, Totley Brook Road, S17 3QU. Enterance is free and doors open at 6:30pm when refreshments will be available. The presentation will start at 7pm and last about an hour. Car parking is available at the school. Seating is limited to 300 and as we are expecting a large attendance please arrive in good time to get a seat.

Do you find it hard to get to your health appointment?

Do you find it hard to get to your health appointment?

If you are over 60 and struggle with transport to and from the doctor, dentist or hospital because of the lack of family or friends assistance then we may be able to help

Project Connie is a small voluntary group in Dore with the aim of helping people like you

Should you like any further information please do not hesitate to contact Sue Ross or Pat Yates on 07931 483693 when we would be very happy to tell you more about it.

Dore Garden Club - Wednesday 15th March 2017

’Growing and Propagating Perennials’ talk by Mairi Longdon

We meet at 7.30 in the Methodist Church Hall.
Visitors welcome – only £3 at the door per meeting

Redevelopment of the DVS website

We will shortly be redeveloping the DVS website. The current website was designed over 10 years ago and is in need of modernisation. Consequently we are undertaking a thorough review of its content and features and we are inviting anyone who uses it to let us know what you want from a new website. In particular is there anything that you would like to see added in your own areas of interest?

Rationalisation and simplification of the menu structure and navigation around the site is one area we are addressing.

Additional content could include information about our role in scrutinising and responding to planning applications, what our policies are in respect of development, how to contact us for information on these matters, a link to the Council planning website and how to navigate around it, etc.

Other additions might include links to other websites, for example: the Charity Commission, bus timetables, train timetables, a lot of the items already listed on our website: “In and Around Dore”, “Clubs and Societies”, etc., but not yet linked to other relevant websites, the Wikipedia entry for Dore, links to our local Councillors, etc.

And links to other community websites in the area (Totley, Bradway, Ecclesall, etc.)

We could also add the minutes of our monthly meetings and AGMs, our annual accounts and the trustees’ annual statement, and the committee profiles which are currently appearing in Dore to Door.

This is your opportunity to influence the content and features of the next version of the DVS website so if you have any comments can you please let me have them by 23rd December?

Keith Shaw
Dore Village Society
Email: keith.shaw@dorevillage.co.uk
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