Readings, Hymns & Anthems
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An exhibition of photographs from across the North by York photographer, Kim Marsden.
Kim’s exhibition runs from Saturday 7th – Friday 20th October and Saturday 4th November – Friday 1st December. Closed on Sundays
Martin and Janice Byrne are back at the Blue Light Gallery exhibiting their very popular wooden animal jigsaws and shaker style boxes. www.mandjwoodcrafts.co.uk
Martin and Janice’s exhibition runs from Saturday 7th October – Friday 1st December. Closed on Sundays.
For more information, please call 01765 680 200.
Starts at 10.15 with: Neville Chaimberlain’s speech declaring war * Pipers piping * Poppy hunt * ration book 1940’s menu (at the Crown inn all profit to RBL) * Vintage singer Claire Louise (3 performances throughout day) * Songs from the Bunker (performed by Grewelthorpe School children) * War time decoration throughout village * Dress competition (No Nazi uniforms please) * Car Exhibition (Call us if you wish to showcase a vintage car) * Memorabilia * Make up demos (Make up artists needed) * Hair demos (Hairdressers needed) * Best decorated garden (1940s theme)
Full itinerary may be obtained from The Crown Inn, St. James’ Church, Grewelthorpe Village Hall.
More to do still in the pipeline!
All funds will be donated to the Royal British Legion
The evening will finish with a Free “World War is Over” party at The Crown – No charge buffet, just bring some food along to add to the table and party away like it was 1945!
All enquiries please contact Sophie on 01765 658210, email: email@example.com
A jolly musical session for 7 to 11 year olds
Donation of £1.00 per session towards costs.
Parents must fill in a consent form and are welcome to stay if they wish.
For more information contact Lesley Hunter firstname.lastname@example.org
Widely regarded as one of the most innovative acts to come out of the UK in recent years, the sublime genre-defying sound of the Red Dirt Skinners is created by husband and wife team, Rob and Sarah Skinner. If you like songs influenced by Pink Floyd, Simon and Garfunkel, Supertramp, Crosby Stills and Nash, David Bowie coupled with some epic storytelling, humour and heartfelt emotions, you’ll love this duo. In 2013 the Red Dirt Skinners became the first band in history to succeed at both the British Blues and the British Country Music awards. Drawing on influences from folk, country, blues, americana, jazz and everything between, the Red Dirt Skinners’ sound is instantly recognisable.
Doors open 7.30pm. Tickets £10 available from the Village Hall or www.wegottickets.com/event/416361. Email email@example.com for more details.