Wednesday 1 February, 2023

Fearby & Healey Panto

Fearby & Healey Village Hall, Fearby, Ripon HG4 4NF
19:30 - 22:00

After a two-year enforced break, the cast and crew will perform Beauty and the Beast, written by Alan Frayne.

Rehearsals have been in full swing since September and the enthusiastic members are preparing and perfecting it for the opening night.

About 40 members are involved, 18 on stage and others giving backstage support with the stage, scenery, music, lighting, costumes, makeup and effects.

Thursday 2 February, 2023

Fearby & Healey Panto

Fearby & Healey Village Hall, Fearby, Ripon HG4 4NF
19:30 - 22:00

After a two-year enforced break, the cast and crew will perform Beauty and the Beast, written by Alan Frayne.

Rehearsals have been in full swing since September and the enthusiastic members are preparing and perfecting it for the opening night.

About 40 members are involved, 18 on stage and others giving backstage support with the stage, scenery, music, lighting, costumes, makeup and effects.

Friday 3 February, 2023

Fearby & Healey Panto

Fearby & Healey Village Hall, Fearby, Ripon HG4 4NF
19:30 - 22:00

After a two-year enforced break, the cast and crew will perform Beauty and the Beast, written by Alan Frayne.

Rehearsals have been in full swing since September and the enthusiastic members are preparing and perfecting it for the opening night.

About 40 members are involved, 18 on stage and others giving backstage support with the stage, scenery, music, lighting, costumes, makeup and effects.

Saturday 4 February, 2023

Fearby & Healey Panto

Fearby & Healey Village Hall, Fearby, Ripon HG4 4NF
14:00 - 16:00

After a two-year enforced break, the cast and crew will perform Beauty and the Beast, written by Alan Frayne.

Rehearsals have been in full swing since September and the enthusiastic members are preparing and perfecting it for the opening night.

About 40 members are involved, 18 on stage and others giving backstage support with the stage, scenery, music, lighting, costumes, makeup and effects.

Saturday 4 February, 2023

Fearby & Healey Panto

Fearby & Healey Village Hall, Fearby, Ripon HG4 4NF
19:30 - 22:00

After a two-year enforced break, the cast and crew will perform Beauty and the Beast, written by Alan Frayne.

Rehearsals have been in full swing since September and the enthusiastic members are preparing and perfecting it for the opening night.

About 40 members are involved, 18 on stage and others giving backstage support with the stage, scenery, music, lighting, costumes, makeup and effects.

Friday 17 March, 2023

Horse Race Night

Masham Town Hall, Little Market Place, Masham
19:00 - 23:30

Horse Race Night

Venue: Masham Town Hall
Date: Friday 17th March 2023
Time: 7pm

Tickets: £10 entry includes light supper

Horses available to buy prior to the night at £10 each with the potential to double your money!
8 races; bets £1 booked on the night

Call into Mashamshire Community Office for tickets and to buy your horse or call 01765 680200.

Mashamshire Community Office are hosting a night of entertainment for the evening of St Patrick’s day, so if you’re feeling lucky, grab a ticket and make a night of it with friends!

Horse Race Night Rules

Individual tickets or tables of 10 available to purchase.

Funds raised to go towards the purchase of Mashamshire Community Office.

Thank you to all our volunteers and our many supporters: www.visitmasham.com/our-supporters

Mashamshire Community Office are currently raising funds to purchase the building that they have operated from for the past 20 years. Find out how more about their progress here: www.visitmasham.com/securing-our-future-fundraising-to-purchase-the-building

For more information contact:

Mashamshire Community Office
Tel: 01765 680200
Email: info@visitmasham.com

Friday 14 April, 2023

The Secret Benefits of Beer with special guest Sir Paul Nurse

To Be Confirmed, 7 Little Market Place, Masham HG4 4DY
19:00 - 23:59

The Secret Benefits of Beer with special guest Sir Paul Nurse

Venue: Masham (secret location TBC)
Date: 14th April 2023
Time: Evening (exact time TBC)
Tickets: Not yet available

Enjoy dinner and a talk on brewing by the famous brewer and founder of Black Sheep, Paul Theakston and hear from the highly acclaimed Nobel Prize winner, Sir Paul Nurse who uncovers the hidden benefits of yeast as he explains how he used it to develop ground breaking research on cancerous cells.

Sir Paul Nurse (above) was nominated for the Royal Society which reads: “Distinguished for his studies of genes, which regulate the cell cycle in fission yeast and higher organisms. He developed techniques for transformation, gene replacement and expression vectors in the fission yeast S. pombe. He identified two major controls in the cell cycle and he cloned and characterised genes involved in commitment to DNA synthesis or mitosis notably the ‘start’ gene cdc 2. He showed that cdc 2 encodes a protein kinase which is potentially regulated by phosphorylation. He identified, cloned and sequenced the human equivalent of cdc 2 and showed that its sequence is extensively conserved from yeasts to man. Together with Maller and Lohka, he has now shown that purified preparations of the vertebrate cell-cycle regulator ‘maturation promoting factor’ contain the product encoded by the cdc 2 homologue.”

Paul has received over 70 honorary degrees and fellowships including those from universities where he was trained – Birmingham, East Anglia, Edinburgh and Sussex – as well as Oxford and Cambridge. He is also a fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences and is an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering, and of the British Academy.

Paul Theakston (above) took a daring leap into the unknown in 1992. As a fifth generation brewer of his family company, he chose to leave T&R Theakstons following its sale to a national brewery. Instead, he chose to champion independent brewing in Yorkshire and built his own brewery in the very same town, Masham.

Set in an old maltings overlooking the town, the brewery was built using brewing kit sourced from old breweries plus a lot of heart and soul.  The very same equipment is still used to this day, brewing some of your favourite Black Sheep beers that are available across the nation.

Our award-winning range of beers is an eclectic mix of classic and modern styles as we continue to champion innovation whilst staying true to our traditional roots.

We brew beer in cask, keg, bottle, can and mini-keg and constantly strive to create beers that excite our drinkers. In what is today a very different brewing industry to what it once was, we fully embrace what is an exciting, dynamic and diverse world and will continue to do what we love. Brew great beer. Today, Black Sheep continues to champion its independence and remains with Paul Theakston’s family with his sons Rob and Jo playing key roles in the brewery’s daily operations. In 2018, Paul stepped down from the board to take up his ambassadorial role as the founder of Black Sheep and remains a vital part of the company.

www.blacksheepbrewery.com/our-story/the-story

More details coming soon.

Funds raised to go towards the purchase of Mashamshire Community Office.

Thank you to all our volunteers and our many supporters: www.visitmasham.com/our-supporters

Mashamshire Community Office are currently raising funds to purchase the building that they have operated from for the past 20 years. Find out how more about their progress here: www.visitmasham.com/securing-our-future-fundraising-to-purchase-the-building

For more information contact:

Mashamshire Community Office
Tel: 01765 680200
Email: info@visitmasham.com

Saturday 6 May, 2023

Coranation Weekend

Masham Market Place, Masham, Ripon HG4 4
13:00 - 23:00

Swinton Street Party! Street Food, Stalls etc 1pm

Afternoon Team St Mary’s Church 4pm

Evening Concert St Mary’s Church 7pm

More information nearer the time

 

Sunday 7 May, 2023

Coranation Weekend

Masham Market Place, Masham, Ripon HG4 4
14:30 - 22:30

Parade of Floats (fancy dress judging) leaving I’Ansons Mill 2.30pm circling Masham

BYO BBQ on the Square 4pm

Band Doubtful Bottle Market Place 7.30pm

Fireworks St Mary’s Church Yard 10pm

More information nearer the time

Monday 8 May, 2023

Masham Family Fun Day & Cow Pat Competition

Masham Sports Association Football Field, 5 The Avenue, Masham, Ripon HG4 4DS
12:00 - 17:00

Masham Family Fun Day

Venue: Masham Sports Association Football Field
Date: 8th May 2023
Time: Afternoon (exact time TBC)
Tickets: Cow Pat Competition tickets available from Mashamshire Community Office, tel: 01765 680200

In line with the Coronation celebrations, we’re planning a family fun day involving:

  • Kids sports activities
  • “Try a Sport” – Masham Sports Association are offering an afternoon of taster sessions including cricket, quoits, bowls and more!
  • Car boot sale
  • Cow pat competition where up to £2,000 is up for grabs! Yes that’s right, Mashamshire Community Office are selling tickets for 1m2 sections of grass and the owner of the square the first cow chooses to poo on wins £2,000!

Buy your ticket now from the Community Office to be in with a change of winning!

Cow Pat Competition Rules

More details coming soon.

Funds raised to go towards the purchase of Mashamshire Community Office.

Thank you to all our volunteers and our many supporters: www.visitmasham.com/our-supporters

Mashamshire Community Office are currently raising funds to purchase the building that they have operated from for the past 20 years. Find out how more about their progress here: www.visitmasham.com/securing-our-future-fundraising-to-purchase-the-building

For more information contact:

Mashamshire Community Office
Tel: 01765 680200
Email: info@visitmasham.com

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