Hovingham Village Market, with local food, rural crafts & community café, on Saturday 3rd September from 10.30am to 1.30pm.
Music in the Garden at Burwood, Railway Street, Slingsby (YO62 4AN) on Sunday September 4th. 2016 from 2-5p.m.
Garden open,with children’s games, tombola, and lots of cakes, scones and tea to enjoy while listening to the ‘Thornton Dale Ukulele Band’. They will be playing twice – from 2.30 pm. until 3.0 pm. and again at 3.45 pm until 4.15 pm. There will be gazebos to shelter under from either the rain or the sun; with plenty of chairs and tables to relax around. A lovely way to spend a summer afternoon, just before the end of the summer holidays. Everyone welcome – adults £5.00 each and families £10. Proceeds to be divided between Ryedale Stroke group and the Slingsby Maypole fund.
Bingo in the Village Hall this Saturday, 27th August – eyes down at 7.15 p.m. Free tea and biscuits.
Bank Holiday Monday 29th August 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 our sportsfield page
Our thanks to Geoff (author of Geoff’s Walks – regularly updated) for this:-
“The offer HERE may be of interest to residents as well as summer visitors. The offer is genuine and does work as I have used it myself.
For £28 instead of the usual £56 you can get a voucher for a day return ticket for two adults and two children (4-15 years inclusive) to travel between Pickering and Whitby (or vice versa) and visit any of the stations in between, including Goathland of ‘Heartbeat’ fame. Print the voucher and hand it in at the ticket office at the station. Simple.
Wednesday 17th August at 3.30 p.m. at The Old Fold, Railway Street, Slingsby. Afternoon tea arranged by our Methodist community at Stephen and Rachel Prest’s house, in place of Soup-a-lunch this month.
All are welcome (especially senior citizens) but it would be helpful if you could say if you are coming, just so the organizers have an idea of numbers. There is no charge for this event. Tel: Stephen & Rachel 628277 or Trudy Carr 628302. Transport can be arranged.