Sunday 12th June 2016. A car boot sale will take place on Slingsby’s sports field, from 7 am to 2 pm (weather and ground conditions permitting, of course).
Satnav use YO62 4AW
N.B. For general car boot queries, please ring the Sports Club on 01653 627124 (Friday 8.30 pm – 10.30 pm, Saturday 8.30 pm – 11.30 pm and Sunday 8.30 pm – 10.30 pm).
For information about the car boot sale dates for this year, please go to the sportsfield page
Sunday 12th June at 10.30 a.m. A united service with music to celebrate HM The Queen’s 90th birthday. Meet at Slingsby Methodist Chapel, then process to the Church. Local children will take part.
All are very welcome.
A new time capsule will be blessed and installed at the service in place of the 1867 capsule, which was excavated in 2015. Details of the excavation are HERE.
(This is the first event in our day of village celebrations, which continue with a street party in Church Lane at 4pm and a ceilidh in the Village Hall at 6pm)
A concert will be given in All Saints Church Slingsby at 3:30pm on Sunday 3rd July by the Boy Choristers, Choral Scholars and Songmen of St John’s Church, Ranmoor, Sheffield. St John’s has an active programme of music, one of the most extensive in any English parish church, At least four choral services are offered each week. . The choir will perform a varied selection of music that they have sung as part of services at St John’s Church in recent months. This will include movements from Ralph Vaughan Williams’ Mass in G minor, and music by Hassler, Brahms, Stanford and Wood. There will also be some organ solos.
Tickets £5 to include tea or coffee in the Village Hall, available from members of the PCC, Tony’s Village Shop (or email email@example.com or drop a note through the door of 1 Prospect Cottage)
Saturday 16th July 2016 from 11 am to 3 pm at Slingsby Sportsfield. Annual duck race and family fun day. A date for all our diaries..
Tuesday 7th June Please meet at Slingsby Village Hall 7pm. £1
Tueday 5th July Garden Visit to Ness Hall . Meet to start at 7pm. £5.00 per person ( donation to charity).
Tuesday 2nd August 7pm Slingsby Village Hall £1 . Questions and Answers with John Foxton
Beadlam Grange Open Farm Sunday 5th June 2016 from 10am to 4pm.
Beadlam Grange is 2 miles east of Helmsley on the A170, postode YO62 7TD
From their website:-
tractor & trailer rides to see the cows, learn about the crops we grow and visit the Roman Villa
– scarecrow building
– plant a seed to take home, water and watch grow
– mill some flour from wheat
– find out about bee keeping
– have a go at valuing some farm machinery
– see new and vintage tractors
– watch sheep shearing demonstrations
– watch butchery demonstrations
– go on a farm walk to see our outdoor pigs & pond and take part in a treasure hunt along the way