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A great way to make the most of activities in your area.
The Boundless Dorset Group are a friendly, enthusiastic group of volunteers. Together they organise a number of events and activities for Boundless members to enjoy. These events include regular club evenings, social skittles, outings, and specials such as a Christmas meal and boat trips.
Boundless groups are an affordable way to make the most of local activities, a great way to meet other members and most importantly have fun! Simply check events or contact the group for more information.
The Dorset Group were awarded 'The Group of the Year 2017'
- Monthly talks and discussions
- Evening Dinners, pub skittles and barbecues
- Club nights with guest speakers
Contact Anne Gilbert for more information about the Dorset Group.
"The Boundless Dorset Group had a very pleasant Saturday evening playing old fashioned skittles at the Colliton Club in Dorchester. We formed two teams Ladies and Gentlemen and at the end of the evening the Ladies clearly triumphed although I think that they were given a little help by a supernumerary member. We had ordered basket meals from the Club and these arrived during an interval in play. They were very good although perhaps a little too many chips for some of us. Following the main game we had a knockout contest "Killer". Richard eventually won this after a close finish, with one pin remaining, between Alice and Carol. It was gratifying that everyone played a part including scorers, setting up the pins and returning balls and the raffle and tickets. Our raffle generated a profit of £10 for our charity. "