The Parishes of Luttons and Weaverthorpe, incorporating Helperthorpe

Ceilidh!

WOLD NEWTON

COMMUNITY CENTRE, FRONT ST.       

A  Fun Night in these Dark Days – come to a

CEILIDH!

Hosted by the Brilliant  

‘SHAMROCK EXPERIENCE’

Sat. 27/1/18 at 7.00 p.m.

Bring own drinks & nibbles, tea and biscuits served in the interval.

Profits to All Saints Church Restoration Fund

Tickets £8.00 available from

01262 470287/ 470546/ 470838/ 470838

Sherburn Road Closure

PLANNED ROAD CLOSURE NOTIFICATION – 00015254 – Sked Dale, Sherburn                      

The Closure will be in place for a period of 1 day between 29th January 2018 and 29th January 2018

The Road Closure and any associated Diversion Routes can be viewed using this URL link https://roadworks.org?tm=104452383

Regards

North Yorkshire County Council

The Last Memory by Alan Stockdill

Talking Stock Productions presents

THE LAST MEMORY by Alan Stockdill

at Weaverthorpe Village Hall, on Saturday 27th January 2018 at 19:30

Tickets £10 each available from Caroline Tel: 01944 738828 Mob: 7980 010771

or The Star Inn, Weaverthorpe The Three Tuns, West Lutton

“How can I go to heaven if I don’t know who I am?” says Ernest to his daughter Lynne when he’s diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. But he also has a plan: to leave a vital imprint of who he is. Lynne is to be the keeper of his memory, the guardian of their past. Join them on their journey; share their hopes, fears, smiles, strength and tears. Arrive with them as they seize the last memory and a carpe diem hope.

This powerful one-act play is inspired by a real-life situation with genuine stories and experiences. The performance will be followed by an interval then an optional Q & A session with the writer/director and actors.

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This performance is raising funds for the Alzheimer’s Society Side by Side project in Ryedale as well as Wolds Valley Churches.

The Last Memory by Alan Stockdill

Talking Stock Productions presents The Last Memory a play by Alan Stockdill on Saturday 27th January 2018 at 19:30 at Weaverthorpe Village Hall. Tickets £10 are now available from The Star Inn, Weaverthorpe or Three Tuns Inn, West Lutton or Tel: Caroline 07980 010771

In aid of Wolds Valley Churches and Alzheimer’s Society Side by Side Project.

“How can I go to heaven if I don’t know who I am?” says Ernest to his daughter Lynne when he’s diagnosed with Alzheimer’s.  But he also has a plan: to leave a vital imprint of who he is.  Lynne is to be the keeper of his memory, the guardian of their past.  Join them on their journey; share their hopes, fears, smiles, strength and tears. Arrive with them as they seize the last memory and a carpe diem hope.
 
This powerful one-act play is inspired by a real-life situation with genuine stories and experiences.  The performance will be followed by an interval then an optional Q & A session with the writer/director and actors.
 
“The actors dealt with the difficult subject of dementia tenderly and compassionately, picking out the humour, the positives, the memories and the ‘carpe diem’ moments in a beautiful, truly touching way.”

Interested in Spinning & Weaving?

Then why not visit Foxholes Craft Group on 23rd October at 14:30 at  Foxholes Community Hall
We are pleased to welcome Liz Smedley who will talk on her ‘journey through Spinning and Weaving’.
Liz will bring samples of her work and equipment so you can get some hands on experience.
Why not come along be inspired, enjoy good company, have tea or coffee and cake all for £3.00

Star Inn Quiz Nights

Please note that from the 14th September the fortnightly Thursday quiz nights will return to the regular start time of 8.30pm.

Farming Museum & Gardens Visit

A visit to a Farming Museum and gardens has been arranged for

Tuesday 19th September leaving the Three Tuns at 1-30 .

Men, as well as ladies should find this visit interesting but we do need to know numbers.

If you would like to join us for the afternoon ring Marian 01944738501

Foxholes Library

July has been a wonderful month for visitors to the library, both for those wanting to browse the collection of books, but also jigsaws and DVD’s. More of you than ever came to browse and borrow, enjoy a drink and a chat, and pick out a few interesting reads for these lovely long summer evenings. The display of selected female writers proved very successful as did books from the collection to celebrate Yorkshire Day on the 29th July. They were so popular that the Library will have another collection of Yorkshire themed exhibits on display at the session on 12th August. All are available to borrow. For those readers unfamiliar with the library, please do come along and see for yourself how much we have to offer. Anyone can drop in to a session and borrow as many books as they like, for as long as they need.  Although situated in the new Foxholes Community Hall, the library is intended for the use of all the people of the local area. From the top of the Wolds almost to the sea, we have regular borrowers. From as far as Scarborough and Driffield folks drop in for a coffee and a chat, catch up on the news. If you have not so far been tempted, please come along if you can. We have plenty of parking on the site. After many months of planning, the volunteers have produced a splendid catalogue. From this, we can identify all our books and can quickly see whether we have a book you may have been seeking. To contact the library, to ask a question, see whether a particular book is available, you can now use our dedicated email address, we will try to return your email as soon as possible. We are open Saturday mornings from 10-12 fortnightly. We serve a good cup of tea or coffee with biscuits for a donation.  Children are welcome, as are visitors; indeed, many people in the Wolds Valley are now so proud of their own library that they even bring friends and family from abroad along. Wonderful. Many people volunteer on Saturdays when they are free. If you think you would like to get involved, not just to help with books, please email us, or have a chat on Saturday. You will be most welcomed.  If you have Facebook, we usually ask that the Foxholes Community Hall pages carry our posters or special information, so please keep a look out.

Lutton’s Community Summer Fair

There will be a Summer Fair at Luttons Primary School, West Lutton on Saturday 1st July  11:00 – 15:00

Come along to enjoy Hot & Cold Food, Craft Stalls, Table Top Sale, Bouncy Castle, Fun & Games,

Tombola & much more………………..

 

 

 

Dementia Awareness Event

 

A Dementia Awareness Event will take place on Tuesday 13th June at Kirby Grindalythe Village Hall from  10:00 – 12:00

As dementia is an increasing presence in many of our lives and churches, the Wolds Valley Churches are hosting an awareness session in Kirby Grindalythe. The aim is to increase our awareness so we can be more equipped to welcome and meet the needs of people with Dementia, within our communities and churches. Anyone who has an interest will be very welcome. Places need to be booked by contacting Andy Bowden by phone (01944 738814/07544 705064) or email (andy@woldsvalley.plus.com) by 8th June at the latest.  Tasty summer treats will be provided.