Keyingham Christmas Gift & Craft Fair, Sat 24 November 2018, 11am – 3pm. Keyingham Village Hall, Station Road, HU12 9TU. Adults 50p entry, children free. Find Keyingham Village Hall with what3words: https://w3w.co/puddings.ruin.workouts
“The Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society” – Film Night at Preston Community Hall. “…poignant, compelling, and utterly heartwarming…” Showing Friday 23 November 2018. Doors open 6:45pm, film at 7.15pm. Admission £4.
Remembrance Events at Elsternwick/Elstronwick and Lelley Sun 11 Nov 2018. Various events from 3pm – gone 7pm.
Charity Pub Quiz Night at Constable Arms, Sproatley on Mon 12 November, 8:15pm. Organised by the Hull City Official Supporters Club (OSC) in aid of The Daniel Wilkinson Foundation.
100 YEARS of Remembrance is being marked in Burstwick on Sunday 11 November 2018. “Battles Over” is the title of the Burstwick Remembrance tribute being held in the Village Hall on Sunday. 6:00pm Doors Open. Refreshments. Hog Roast. 6:45pm Remembrance Prayers and Tribute to the Millions. 6:55pm The […]
Remember, remember, Monday 5th November – at the Haven Arms, Hedon! Full Professional Firework Display and Bonfire. **Free Entry** 6pm onwards. Bonfire lit 7:15pm and fireworks at 7:30pm.
THORNGUMBALD is marking the centenary of the Armistice with a poignant tribute to the nine people from the village who fell in service to their country during the Great War. Nine life-sized steel silhouettes of the soldiers will be placed at the entrance to the village where they […]
The Hedon Remembrance Parade and Service this year on Sunday 11th November will be significantly poignant as the country and the world marks the 100th anniversary of the Armistice that ended The Great War of 1914-1918. Also, in a special, and what promises to be a moving experience, the ‘Beacon of Light’ event takes place in the evening
MAGDALEN Park Nursing Home in Hedon unveils its Calendar 2019 on Thursday 8 November 2018 at 6:30pm. Activities Coordinator, Steph Ashton, said: “Join us for an evening of celebration where the Calendar will be unveiled. Calendars will be able to pre-order at £5 each. You will also have the chance to meet some of our calendar stars and photographers. All the profit raised from the calendar will go into Magdalen Park’s Residents Fund which helps to provide trips out and entertainment within the home.”
We are delighted to see more work by David Thompson appear in Wednesday Writings. Lament of a Manager
By David Thompson. Oh to be a postman…
The Paull Village Hall is the venue for the next drop-in session about the proposed Humber International Enterprise Park. If it goes ahead, it will see the development of a 453 acre site between the Saltend Chemicals Park and the village of Paull.
COFFEE MORNING THURSDAY 1ST NOV 2018 9.30am-11.30am. BURTON PIDSEA MEMORIAL HALL. ALL PROCEEDS TO HULL AND HOLDERNESS RIDING FOR THE DISABLED GROUP.