Yorkshire Cancer Research Masham Committee

Chairman Rebecca Foster 01765 689453,
2020:-Spring Fair 9th May ,Christmas Coffee Morning 12th December both in Masham Town Hall.




Harrogate and District Community Action (HADCA)

Supporting Communities, Charities and Volunteers to make Harrogate district a great place to live and work.

Providing specialist information, resources, networks, promotion and support for charities, community groups and social enterprises.

HADCA also signposts to local voluntary and community organisations, support groups and community activities through the Where To Turn Directory and matches people who are interested in volunteering with opportunities to match their interests through the HADCA Volunteering Directory for Harrogate District.
HADCA’s HELP services help people stay safe & well at home supported by volunteers.

Phone 01765 645902 for Ripon & area HELP services

Community House, 46-50 East Parade, Harrogate, HG1 5RR

Saving Yorkshire’s Dogs

Local independent rescue rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming dogs at risk..
SYD’s purpose is to provide rescue, rehabilitation and rehoming of vulnerable & at risk dogs in Yorkshire.
SYD strives to provide educational tools and support to ensure appropriate and stable dog ownership; the aim being to reduce the number of vulnerable dogs in Yorkshire.
SYD is a Dog Rescue based in the Dales that covers all of Yorkshire. SYD has kennels but also relies on Fosterers to help in the rehabilitation and rehoming of the dogs.
SYD Rescue is situated between Masham and West Tanfied just off the A6108.
Registered charity number 1167291

SYD Rescue shares an address with Brackenfarg Kennels, located at: High Haw Leas Farm Ripon North Yorkshire HG4 4DP
Tel; 07562 986101
www.sydrescue.org.uk

Royal British Legion

Support out Armed Forces both past & present.
Join the Royal British Legion.
Contact Edward Theakston.

Acorns Pre-school

A “Good provision”(Offsted September ’17). Offering wonderful early years experiences in partnership with parents. Early education funding for 3 & 4 year olds. Pre-school: 2-5 years. Holiday club: 2-11 years. Breakfast club & After-school club available 2-11 years.

Masham Community Office, Little Market Place, Masham, Ripon. HG4 4DY
Ripon & Rural Voluntary Car Driving Service

Ripon & Rural Voluntary Car Driving Service

Our volunteer drivers use their own vehicles to offer door to door transport for non-urgent journeys to medical appointments,
day centres, lunch clubs, shops, visiting sick relatives and social activities.
The service is for anyone who finds it difficult to access other means of transport due to mobility and/or location.
This service is part of the Harrogate Easier Living Project (HELP).
For more information or to book a journey please contact by phone or by email.

Little Acorns

Little Acorns

Growing & Learning Together
Methodist Schoolroom Thursdays 9.30-11.00am
(Except school holidays)
Little Acorns welcomes all families with children aged 0-5 years. Come along to our friendly drop-in, where children can play & make friends whilst adults swap ideas, suggestions & support
one another.

Masham Sheep Fair

25 & 26th September 2021

Famous Masham Sheep Fair weekend takes place in one of the finest Market Squares in England, raising much money for charity by filling the town with sheepy fun and entertainment all weekend.
Events include an action packed programme on both Saturday and Sunday, with a Sheep Show, Sheep Racing, Craft Market, Bishop Blaize Procession, Fleece Stalls, Wool Competition, Sheepdog Demonstrations, Hand Bell Ringers, Morris Dancers, Art Exhibition and Tours of Theakstons & Black Sheep Breweries, as well as the Old Time Children’s Fair.
Photos of Sheep Fair weekends here.
All proceeds go to Yorkshire charities

01262 490388 / 01765 688417 / 07850 048258
www.mashamsheepfair.com/
susan@burtonagnes.com
Masham Market Square and locations around town

Grewelthorpe Website

For local history, genealogy, events & local news.

Ripon & Rural Befriending Service

Ripon & Rural Befriending Service

Ripon & Rural Befriending Service
Our befriending volunteers visit elderly and vulnerable people on a regular basis in their own homes, taking the time to listen and chat. If the need arises our friendly office team can also provide information and signposting. The service is for anyone living in their own home who misses company is feeling isolated or
generally at a low ebb following a change in their circumstances. This service is part of the Harrogate Easier Living Project (HELP).
For more information, or to make a referral, please contact:

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