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JACQUIE HAS BEEN GIVEN A JOB FOR CRYING OUT LOUD
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Jacquie leads Wareham Carnival parade

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Before Christmas 2006, Wareham Town Council interviewed 5 applicants for the post of Wareham town crier, and Jacquie Hall was the successful applicant. She was appointed to this honorary position on January 1st 2007.

Jacquie can be seen in the centre of town, and at the market on the Quay, on a Saturday morning. Jacquie has also accompanied the Wareham Mayor during the Beating of the Bounds in Poole Harbour, and greeted guests at the Mayor's Charity Ball.

Her duties will include many civic duties during the year, but also she will enter into Town Crier competitions around the South, promoting Wareham and the surrounding area.

She has worked at Purbeck District Council since 1987, and has been a Dorset Button for the same amount of time. This is a North West clog team consisting of 30 ladies regularly seen dancing throughout Dorset during the summer.

If that wasn't enough, she is also Treasurer of the Hemsbach Twinning Association, Secretary of Wareham Whalers the Dorset Shanty Crew and Deputy Chair of the Wareham Music Festival.


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Outside the Saturday market

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