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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

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The Sir John Moore Foundation
 

Film Club starting October

STARTING OCTOBER - Photography & Film Club for Beginners : Spaces limited to 4 Monthly, Tuesdays 6pm-9pm (2nd Tues of each month): For 8+. Join professional film maker James and his protégés to learn about cameras, photography, film making and animations. Plus opportunities to get involved in community, theatre and music activities at the Foundation. Call James for more info 07727224510. Cost £20 per month, to be paid by direct debit.

 

Lead Thieves Steal our Heritage

Police are on high alert after lead strippers stole irreplaceable lead from our unique 17th Century building on Dec 27th. Call the police if you have any information on 01162222222

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COMEDY NIGHT - Top Notch comedians

23 January 2015

including Scott Bennett and Paul Sinha

Funhouse Comedy brings another night of fun to Appleby Magna’s Sir John Moore Foundation on Friday January 23 rd.

Headlining is Scott Bennett & Paul Sinhaunny’

 Compere for the night is the cheery and chatty Paul Savage

7.30pm doors, 8.00pm start. All info and bookings at www.funhousecomedy.co.uk

£9 adv £10 door purchased here

 

Celebonference


It was a real pleasure (although really nerve racking) to host our version of a celebration and conference!

A special thank you to our Chairman, David Legh and Leader of the Council Richard Blunt for their contribution with an extra special thank you to Richard Gerver for his incredible hour of inspiration!

Our young people were exceptional and I would like to thank all of them, with a special thanks to Chloe who was in charge of the canapés that I forgot to mention on the evening!! And thanks to staff, volunteers and tutors that helped out - most greatly appreciated!

We have produced a short video from a Richard sound bite. Hope you enjoy. There will be more episodes to come in the new year.

Image Capsule

Picture attached of the time capsule which will be buried under the bell in the garden area.

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The Best Gift


Over 30 young people from the local area ask you to listen to this Christmas tune!!

Written and performed with young people from Sir John Moore Foundation Alternative Education Provision, with local Primary Schools, youth club and SJM Youth Music Crew!

Produced in the Recording Studio at the Sir John Moore Foundation - a Christmas video.

Available on download too! All proceeds to charity - (Half of all funds to the Teenage Cancer Trust)

'The Best Gift' The Sir John Moore Foundation Christmas Single 2014

Please get in touch for any more details contact Deana on 07974260453

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Christmas Newsletter 2014


Sir John Moore Foundation News: Christmas.

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Vote for a community bus with a difference


Click on the image below to vote

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September Newsletter


Sir John Moore Foundation September Newsletter

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Great Hall Recordings


A warm welcome awaits at Sir John Moore Great Hall where we can record live orchestras, choirs and acoustic live preformances. Our sound engineers can capture perfect sound in our unique and vibrant enviroment, Interested?

Contact: 01530 273629

AWARD WINNERS


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.

 

AWARD WINNERS


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.