Thursday 22 February, 2018

Food for Thought – Supper & Talk

Sports Pavilion, The Recreation Ground, Masham
19:00 - 21:00

The Reverend Robert Williamson – The Third Order of Franciscans
Robert acts as Novice Guardian and Spiritual Director for the Third Order which is a worldwide Anglican Franciscan Religious Order of men and women lay and ordained, married and single, young and old. Members commit themselves to leading their lives according to a Rule of Life, while living in their own homes, working in the community and caring for their families. There are about 3000 members worldwide. They are inspired. They are inspired by St Francis’ challenge to the Church to follow closely Jesus’ earthly life, to proclaim the gospel and bring justice and peace. Franciscans seek to worship and serve God in His creation and are therefore pledged to the service of others and to respect all life. The Third Order was founded by St. Francis of Assisi for lay people who wished to live according to a Franciscan Rule of Life.
£3.50p To book contact Kate Cleeves (01765 689255) or Email:

Thursday 1 March, 2018

Citizens Advice Drop-In Advice Session – Craven & Harrogate Districts

Mashamshire Community Office, 7 Little Market Place, Masham HG4 4DY
10:00 - 12:00

Free, Confidential, Independent, Impartial Advice
Drop in sessions, every first Thursday of the month (EXCEPT JUNE 2018)
Advice line 03444 111444 – for new enquiries (standard rate)
Email advice – complete the online enquiry form:

Thursday 1 March, 2018

Food For Thought – Supper & Talk

Sports Pavilion, The Recreation Ground, Masham
19:00 - 21:00

Margaret Sentamu: ‘Go on Growing – Falling Upward into the arms of God during Lent’.
Margaret’s talk will be based on the work of Richard Rohr, who talks about the Spirituality of Two Halves – when we are young and thrusting and full of energy and when we grow older and become more reflective and life is less in black and white but more grey. Margaret is a freelance Leadership Development consultant with a focus on diversity. She is married to the Archbishop of York and is sought out as a public speaker, preacher and leads retreats, quiet days and pilgrimages to Iona.
£3.50p To book contact Kate Cleeves (01765 689255) or Email:

Friday 2 March, 2018

Women’s World Day of Prayer

Saint Mary's Church, Masham,
19:00 - 20:00

All God’s creation is very good!
Praying for Suriname – A service for everyone
Followed by light refreshments
All welcome

Thursday 15 March, 2018

Food for Thought – Supper & Talk.

Sports Pavilion, The Recreation Ground, Masham
19:00 - 21:00

Sister Rita Lee.
To locals in Colleyhurst, a run down part of Manchester, Sister Rita Lee is known as ‘Attila the Nun’. It’s actually meant as a compliment, for it neatly captures two essential things about the 70-year -old livewire from Cork. She is a nun off more than 50 years’ standing and she is a fighter par excellence, waging crusade after crusade on behalf of the people of Colleyhurst. Somehow, against the odds , she always comes out on top. As, for example, on a trip to London to tell Iain Duncan smith, the then Work and Pensions Secretary, to stop docking the benefits of regulars at the Lally Centre, the food bank-come-advice centre she runs from the basement of a Victorian school building. “I told him sanctions were cruel,” she says. Colleyhurst is one off the 10 most economically deprived areas in the country. “We must help one another in this life” says Sister Rita. “It’s the commandment. We can’t just go on our own. ‘Take the shirt off your back and give it to somebody.’ That’s where I come from.” sister Rita and her work have been the subject of a BBC documentary (another one is being made) and a recent play in Masham!
£3.50p To book contact Kate Cleeves (01765 689255) or Email:

Thursday 15 March, 2018

West Tanfield & District Flower Club

West Tanfield Memorial Hall, West Tanfield, Ripon HG4 5JX
19:30 - 21:30

A demonstration by John Dalton
Wine & nibbles from 7.00pm
Tickets £8.00 available from 01765 689175 or 01677 470557

Thursday 22 March, 2018

Food for Thought – Supper & Talk

Sports Pavilion, The Recreation Ground, Masham
19:00 - 20:00

The Reverend Alison Askew – ‘O little town of Bethlehem and other stories from Palestine’
Alison was a teacher of Religious Education in Kent for ten years. She was ordained in july 1995. Initially working as Chaplaincy Team Leader and Head of Bereavement Serviced for North Hampshire Hospitals; from September 2010 she has been Priest in charge of Kirkby on the Moor, Skelton and Cundall. Alison frequently leads trips to Palestine/Israel and will have just returned from one when she gives her talk. £3.50p To book contact Kate Cleeves (01765 689255) or Email:

Sunday 25 March, 2018

Vintage & Collectables Fair

Masham Town Hall, Little Market Place, Masham
10:00 - 16:00

Entry 50p on admission.
Refreshments available.
Limited trade stalls available, please telephone 07922 071266 to book.
All proceeds to SYD Dog Rescue.
Registered charity No. 1167291

Saturday 31 March, 2018

Craft & Gift Fair

Masham Town Hall, Little Market Place, Masham
10:00 - 16:30

Range of quality crafts and gifts including hand crafted table lamps, bowls, clocks, greetings cards, knitted garments, cushions, fashion jewellery in latest designs, Dales paintings and much more.
Free admission.

Sunday 1 April, 2018

Masham Farmer’s Market

Masham Market Place, Masham, Ripon HG4 4
8:30 - 14:30

A fantastic and diverse range of Yorkshire stallholders who are all extremely knowledgeable and passionate about their produce. Farmhouse baking, bread, cured meats, organic veg, hand made fudge, plants, handmade walking sticks, soaps, honey, cheese, herbs and lots more. Come and eat seasonally inspired dishes sold by inventive ‘kitchens’. Music and family activities make Masham Market a great event for visitors of all ages.
Takes place every 1st Sunday of the month from April – October 2018 inclusive.
For more information contact

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