Inspired by themes such as natural forms and use of text, these two like-minded individuals are both committed to extending the use of known book forms and how they can be manipulated in order to suit a particular requirement. Their philosophy and practice has been influenced through the exploration of artists’ books and their use as a medium.
The exhibition runs from 2nd June – 6th July 2018 (closed on Sundays).
For more information or if you would like to exhibit at the Blue Light Gallery, please get in touch. Tel: 01765 680200. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Carol lives in Catterick Village and has been painting for many years. She started doing landscapes in oil and then went onto watercolour and enjoys both mediums.
She is showing a selection of paintings of Masham and local Dales views.
This is Carol’s fourth exhibition at the Blue Light Gallery from Saturday 2nd June – Friday 6th July.
Phillip’s exhibition of prints are a contemporary and totally original take on lino printing.
Inspiration drawn from Yorkshire helped to create the Wild at Heart collection of Fox, Badger and Hare.
This exhibition runs from the Saturday 5th May to Friday 6th July (closed on Sundays).
Do you wish you had toned muscles? Greater flexibility? Good posture? Or do you suffer with back pain? Pilates could help as it can ease back pain, is easy on your joints, improves flexibility and is great for toning muscles. It helps with concentration and improves focus as well as re-educating your spine to improve posture.
Come along and give it a go: Tuesday evenings from 7.30-8.30pm at Masham Methodist Chapel School Room and Thursday mornings from 11am-noon at Fearby Village Hall.
Classes have a maximum of ten places and cost £36 for six sessions (six weeks). First taster session costs £3.
Please book your place by contacting Sue at email@example.com or call 07776 195694 for more information. Please bring a mat, clothing that allows you to move freely and a water bottle.
A day of fun for the whole family.
Fun Dog Show:
Waggiest tail # Fastest sit # Best vintage (12 years +) # Best veteran (8 years +) # Junior handler # Best trick # Best bitch # Best dog (male) # Best puppy (up to 1 year) # The Cutest Face # Best rescue # Dog judge would like to take home #
Barbecue * Tombola * Cake Stall * Trade Stands * Raffle * Notts & Yorks Boxer Rescue * Therapy Dogs *
Adults £1.00 children and dogs free – Free parking
‘Have a Go’ agility – Cakes – Tombola – Ice Cream – Therapy Dogs Nationwide – Refreshments – Barbecue – Trade Stalls
For more information Contact Julie 07922 071266
All proceeds to the dogs in our care
Other Rescues attending:- Retired Greyhound Trust – Border Collie Rescue –
The Edward Foundation (Bulldogs) – Jerry Green Dog Rescue
By Liz Hutchinson
12 weeks starting 12 April until 28 June 2018
Beginners and late joiners welcome.
Come with ‘comfy’ clothes, an empty stomach and an open mind….
Teacher, Sarah Drew, Dip. British Wheel of Yoga, firstname.lastname@example.org Tel. 01423 711350
Faramach is a band of teenagers from Woodmill High School in Dunfermline. The band was “born” in October 2014 after a teacher felt there was a passion in the school for Celtic music. Most of the band had never experienced traditional music before, but they took to it immediately and now having toured Scotland and Nova Scotia they are setting their sights on Yorkshire.
The band’s name itself was suggested by a first year pupil at Woodmill High. From over 200 suggestions “Faramach” was decided as the best (it means “noise making” in Gaelic).
The band combine a genuine love and passion for Celtic music with their unique youthful energy; expect a joyful and uplifting evening showing how traditional music is dancing into a new generation.
Tickets £5 available from Masham Community Office on 01765-680200 or email: email@example.com.