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The Sir John Moore Foundation and it's Grade I listed building, provide support and a home for the local primary school. The foundation has four areas in which it works - Heritage (& conservation), Learning (for all), Community (& social wellbeing) and Enterprise (& innovation) Through a diverse programme of events and activities and innovative use of the buildings and grounds it provides social, educational and vocational opportunities for all.
The Sir John Moore Foundation is a registered charity - charity number 510484
SJM Media course starting Thurs 31st July - Mon 11th July
Packed with trips, art activities, music, comedy and drama.
Free to all year 11's in Leicestershire! (£150 if paid for)
Contact Deana for details 07974260453
Young people from the Foundation performed a dance and showcased their music and video work at the annual Leciestershire and Rutland Heritage Award Ceremony held at Snibston.
The Foundation won jointly the Best Exhibition category
Click here to see video
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ALL DAY FOOD AND DRINK - Food festival with Food Gusto (from 11am - 4.30pm)
including music and dance competition See http://www.foodgusto.co.uk/ (£1 entry)
PLUS our very own ... EVENING OF MUSIC AND ENTERTAINMENT - From 6pm - 11pm
THE RIVER CHICKENS (Rock - original and covers)
KINGS OF LEON TRIBUTE (The Four Kicks)
The KILL JOYS (Indie)
CURTIS CLACEY (Rapper)
Hosted by Appleby's very own Pip Gorringe
COMEDIANS TO BE ANNOUNCEDTickets are £9 in advance
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Sir John Moore Foundation
Young people from the Sir John Moore Foundation performed a dance routine and showcased their music and video work at the Leicestershire and Rutland Heritage Award ceremony on Thursday 10th April.
The Foundation were joint winners of the Best Exhibition.
On Thursday 10th April young people from the Sir John Moore Foundation performed a dance and showcased their music and video work at the Leicestershire and Rutland Heritage Award Ceremony.
The Foundation were joint winners of the best project.
Click here to see the accompanying video
Thanks to everyone involved.