A central hub for our local community and visitors. Tourist Information, Acorns pre-school, Community Library, Office for Masham Parish Clerk and venue for services such as MIND in Harrogate and Citizens Advice Bureau. Photocopying, laminating & scanning services. Public use computers and Wi-Fi. Maps, walks, gifts for sale. Second-hand books & jigsaws, walking group and befriending services.
Tickets for Town Hall and other local events. Access to Council services bus timetables. Meeting room for hire. Town Hall room bookings. Flock Art Gallery exhibiting local art and crafts.
Currently seeking volunteers.
Open all year round, Monday-Saturday 10.00am-3.00pm. Sunday opening during August
Reg. Charity No. 1098666
Did you know that as well as Sheltered housing like Maple Creek in Masham, Harrogate Borough Council independent living services also provide support to help older and more vulnerable residents to stay safe and independent in their own home?
We can provide and install a Lifeline unit that is plugged into your phone line to summon help quickly and easily
in an emergency.
Once you push the red button (worn on your wrist or round your neck) our experienced call centre will speak to you through the Lifeline box and summon help, be that family, friends,
a Doctor, carers or emergency services
or the Independent Living Officer on call.
You can also choose to have a Monthly wellbeing visit or Weekly phone call to check everything is okay, and we now offer a short term service for Hospital discharge or when family are away.
Our team also keeps in touch every month to check the equipment and make sure all is well.
If you are interested in finding out more about Lifeline or Sheltered housing for yourself or a family member, please contact Harrogate Borough Council.
PCSO Alison Swan
Masham Town Hall hosts a full programme of events, performances and community activities. Tickets can be booked, and space hired, from Masham Community Office.
For local history, genealogy, events & local news.
Head teacher: Mrs P Acheson
At Grewelthorpe C of E Primary School we believe that learning is a journey filled with opportunities to gain new skills and knowledge.
We want our children to develop positive learning attitudes built on self-belief, a desire to succeed and the expectation to be the best that they can be.
High Majority pass rate for Ripon Grammar each year.
Spaces Available Now Throughout the School- Nursery to Year 6.
If your child is nursery age remember you may now be eligible to receive 30 hours of free funded provision.
Please contact the school for further details, to book an appointment to look around or to request an admission pack.
Contact Jim Hunter 01765 689828
Sundays 8am: Holy Communion 1st, 2nd and 4th Sun in month. 10.45am: 2nd Sun in month Family Service. All other Sundays Parish Communion. Wednesdays: 10am: Holy Communion
Volunteers offer company and support to people in the community. Includes:
The Knitting Group, Hope Community Garden, Wednesday Welcome Centre – See each individual listing.
The Lime Tree Observatory first opened its doors in 2016 and is available for both public and private bookings.
Typical sessions last around two hours and consist of refreshments, an astronomical presentation either in the observatory or in our newly built immersive planetarium, followed by astronomical observing through the observatory’s range of telescopes if the weather is favourable.
See our website for details of how to book on public sessions, or how to make a private booking.
Please note that entry is by prior booking only. We regret that you are unable to just turn up on spec.