“Sadly we have had to CANCEL this Friday’s film show at the hall in view of the current situation regarding the pandemic.”
A public exhibition of the Crematorium proposals will be held on Tuesday, August 25 between 1pm and 7.30pm at the Preston Community Hall.
Preston Playing Fields Charity is to receive £4,000 in commuted sums to purchase safe top mesh steel fencing to enable the play area within Preston playing field to be fenced off.
Councillor Dennis said: “Residents of the region will be pleased to hear about the East Riding’s proposals on the various investigations being carried out as part of the process. In particular, the section that a feasibility study on my proposal to create a bypass is to be taken seriously after many years of trying to get meaningful talks started.
Due to the current Pandemic and ensuing restrictions the Preston Community Hall have decided to cancel their Autumn film programme scheduled until the end of the year. The Committee hopes to restart films early in the New Year.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s Cabinet has approved, in principle, a proposal to build a new crematorium near to Preston in Holderness and will now go out to public consultation in July to support the development of a business case.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council is seeking Cabinet approval, in principle, to consult and develop a business case to build a crematorium in Holderness. The proposed site of the crematorium is off Lelley Road, near Preston, in Holderness and it is anticipated that a planning application will be submitted later this year.
‘Clapping for our Carers’ has become part of everyone’s calendar now EVERY THURSDAY AT 8PM. It has been observed in Hedon since March 29th and we’ve seen and heard some wonderful experiences.
“Judy” – Come ‘Somewhere over the Rainbow’ to Preston Community Hall’s night at the ‘pictures’ on Friday 17th April 2020 at 7.15 pm. Doors Open 6:45pm. £4. Refreshments are available.
The next Film Night at Preston Community Hall, film nights is “Downton Abbey” based on the successful and popular TV series. This is a period drama in which an aristocratic family and their staff have to prepare for an unexpected visit from The King and Queen.
The next film show (the first of 2020) at Preston Community Hall, is “The Aftermath” starring Keira Knightley showing Friday 24th January at 7.15 pm. Admission £ 4.00. Doors open at 6.45 pm.
Preston Rainbows are hosting festive tea and cake afternoon at Preston Community Hall. There will be a cake stall, Christmas craft and gift stall, tombola, and children’s activities. Sunday 8th December 2019, from 2 -4pm.