Tuesday 16 October, 2018

Darkest Hour (PG)

Masham Town Hall, Little Market Place, Masham
19:30 - 22:00

In May 1940, the fate of Western Europe hangs on British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, who must decide whether to negotiate with Adolf Hitler, or fight on knowing that it could mean a humiliating defeat for Britain and its empire. Gary Oldman plays Churchill in a career-best, Oscar-winning performance, ably supported by Gillian Anderson and Lily James.
Movies in Masham is supported by Black Sheep Brewery.
Drinks, ice cream and sweets available.
Tickets £5 on the door or at Masham Community Office, Tel: 01765 680200.

Friday 19 October, 2018

Jervaulx Abbey in Lights

Jervaulx Abbey, Jervaulx,
17:00 - 21:00

For four nights, Friday 19th & Saturday 20th and Friday 26th & Saturday 27th October from 5-9pm, the Abbey is lit up in celebration and to raise money for Herriot Hospice Homecare.
Tickets available on the night so no booking required. £7.50 adult, £5 child.
Tearooms open for hot drinks, pastries and cakes from 10am until late. HECK will also have their van providing hot food.
www.jervaulxabbey.com/events/events.php

Saturday 20 October, 2018

Jervaulx Abbey in Lights

Jervaulx Abbey, Jervaulx,
17:00 - 21:00

For four nights, Friday 19th & Saturday 20th and Friday 26th & Saturday 27th October from 5-9pm, the Abbey is lit up in celebration and to raise money for Herriot Hospice Homecare.
Tickets available on the night so no booking required. £7.50 adult, £5 child.
Tearooms open for hot drinks, pastries and cakes from 10am until late. HECK will also have their van providing hot food.
www.jervaulxabbey.com/events/events.php

Tuesday 23 October, 2018

Masham Local History group – Historic Graffiti – John Buglass BSc(Hons) MA MCIfA. JB Archaeology Ltd

Masham Town Hall, Little Market Place, Masham
19:30 - 21:30

Graffiti has been around for as long as mankind has and the urge to leave a mark recording one’s presence can be seen from the earliest cave paintings. Probably the most common form of historic graffiti is a scratched/incised line (19th century Italian meaning ‘a scratch’) though many other forms are known. Graffiti is a common sight in many urban areas and ranges from contentious modern spray painting through to historic examples. Until recently most examples of historic graffiti had only been noticed in passing but with more interest developing in the subject there have now been some systematic studies of graffiti. This talk will cover the many forms graffiti can take and the diverse range of information that may be learned from it.
Non-members are welcome and are charged £3.00 per meeting.
Any enquiries to Roger Sarjeant 01765 689396 rogersarjeant1950@gmail.com

Friday 26 October, 2018

Jervaulx Abbey in Lights

Jervaulx Abbey, Jervaulx,
17:00 - 21:00

For four nights, Friday 19th & Saturday 20th and Friday 26th & Saturday 27th October from 5-9pm, the Abbey is lit up in celebration and to raise money for Herriot Hospice Homecare.
Tickets available on the night so no booking required. £7.50 adult, £5 child.
Tearooms open for hot drinks, pastries and cakes from 10am until late. HECK will also have their van providing hot food.
www.jervaulxabbey.com/events/events.php

Saturday 27 October, 2018

Jervaulx Abbey in Lights

Jervaulx Abbey, Jervaulx,
17:00 - 21:00

For four nights, Friday 19th & Saturday 20th and Friday 26th & Saturday 27th October from 5-9pm, the Abbey is lit up in celebration and to raise money for Herriot Hospice Homecare.
Tickets available on the night so no booking required. £7.50 adult, £5 child.
Tearooms open for hot drinks, pastries and cakes from 10am until late. HECK will also have their van providing hot food.
www.jervaulxabbey.com/events/events.php

Tuesday 30 October, 2018

Zeke Deighton: “Country Life”

Masham Town Hall, Little Market Place, Masham
19:30 - 22:00

A Yorkshire childhood in words and music, with songs, readings and anecdotes. A glimpse into Zeke’s life, growing up in a small Yorkshire village in the 1940s and 50s, in a way of life hardly changed over centuries. Zeke has been a folk singer for over 50 years, but his first love is the old country songs telling of a way of life that was coming to an end just as he was growing up. Singing and dancing have always been a part of everyday life and the songs reflected the feelings, emotions and events of the countryside.
Doors 7pm for a prompt start at 7.30pm.
Tickets just £5 available from Masham Community Office on 01765-680200. Email: info@visitmasham.com

Friday 9 November, 2018

Land Fit for Heroes

Saint Mary's Church, Masham,
19:30 - 21:30

Masham’s moving tribute to the fallen on the 100th Anniversary of the end of WW1 with music and songs from the time.
The play is written by Jim Hunter and Musical Director is Ann Rudd.
£7 per person, Under 16s £2.
Tickets available from Mashamshire Community Office on 01765 680200 or email: info@visitmasham.com.

Tuesday 13 November, 2018

Masham Local History Group – Ypres Bells and the WW1 Lorry – John Marshall

Masham Town Hall, Little Market Place, Masham
19:30 - 21:30

John Marshall will speak to us about his 1914 army lorry that survived the war, service in Hansley brick works and poppies growing in its back axle. John found it, embarked on its restoration and took it back to Ypres with a new “peel” of bells for St. Georges Church.
John is self-employed as a vintage and veteran motor vehicle restorer who was drawn to this poignant project as something of a “busman’s holiday”. Sadly the lorry doesn’t fit in the hall – but will be outside!
Non-members are welcome and are charged £3.00 per meeting.
Any enquiries to Roger Sarjeant 01765 689396 rogersarjeant1950@gmail.com

Saturday 24 November, 2018

The Winning of the Great War & Centennial Reflections

Mickley Village Hall, , Mickley
19:00 - 21:30

An illustrated talk by Peter Liddle.
£10 to include a glass of wine and canapes. Tickets from The Little Bookshop (Tel: 01765 606689) and David Wright (01765 634838), email: davidwright275@gmail.com.
All proceeds to Mickley Village Hall and Church.

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