Entertainment

What’s On in Hedon and area?

OUR WHAT’S ON? PAGE continues to provide information on local activities, events and entertainment. The growth in content reflects the growing confidence that organisations have now the threat of coronavirus is receding.

The advantage of What’s On? is that it goes out to a wider audience than can be achieved by any one social media channel. While many organisations are content to reach a specific audience on Facebook, it has to be remembered that not everyone is on that particular network. If you want your event to get maximum publicity online, then give it a plug on What’s On? too.

It’s King’sFest today! Go and enjoy the atmosphere and music at the King’s Head in Hedon.

Next week we have a new Exhibition at Hedon Museum to look forward to. Holmpton Crafts present a selection of varied craftwork. The exhibition opens on Wednesday 1 September. More information next week.

The Yorkshire Energy Park holds its Information Drop-in Sessions over the next two weeks. Do try and make an effort to attend any between 4 – 7pm:

  • Tuesday, August 31 at St. Augustine’s Church, Church Lane, Hedon;
  • Wednesday, September 1 at Preston Community Hall, Main Street, Preston;
  • Monday, September 6, at Paull Village Hall, Main Stret, Paull;
  • Tuesday, September 7, at Thorngumbald Village Hall, Main Road, Thorngumbald.

There is a key THURSDAY 2 SEPTEMBER DEADLINE for Hedon Town Council next week in the search for a new town councillor vacancy. We understand that ten names have been sent to the East Riding of Yorkshire Council requesting an election and at least one candidate has stepped forward. However, for an election to take place, there needs to be more than one candidate for the vacant position.

Today we have live music and entertainment at King’sFest taking place. Next Saturday 4 September we have the church gig as part of The Culture Train tour taking place at St. Augustine’s from 7.30pm.

It’s Paull Car Boot Sale next Saturday 4 September! Sellers should arrive from 7.30 am (£6 a pitch) and buyers from 9 am (50p for car parking). The sale will run until 12.30 pm.

Next Sunday 5 September the Thorngumbald Horse & Pony Show takes place on the grassland to the West of the cemetery, Main Road, Thorngumbald.

Find the above and others listed in one place on our What’s On? page – click the button below.

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