At 2am on Sunday 25th October 2020 British Summer Time (BST) will end, the clocks go back to 1am and we will then be in Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).
THORNGUMBALD’S Community Institute is set to re-open. The community building has recently undergone some refurbishment work and a deep clean in order to be COVID secure. It will open again from Sunday 18th October 2020.
AN EXHIBITION of work at Hedon Museum by a group of artists and craft makers from Sunk Island. Based on their experience of ‘lockdown’ during the coronavirus pandemic, the theme will be ‘creativity in isolation: individual interpretations of change’. Katy Miller from the Museum said: “In this pre-planned, […]
HEDON! We’re coming your way! Traenerhus on Tour… Join us for socially distanced art and crafts right on your doorstep. Local artists and makers will be bringing their amazing projects along for you to get stuck in and make your own beautiful decorations, gifts and fun stuff… Saturdays […]
Wow! Hedon’s never seen anything like this before! Sandy Bottom Pumpkins patch will be bringing lots of seasonal fun to the area by hosting several ‘pick your own’ (PYO) pumpkin festival events starting Sat 10 October…
Monday 12th October 2020 – Starts 7.45pm*. After the long break courtesy of Covid-19 restrictions, the Hull City Official Supporters Club (OSC) Quiz Nights in Sproatley ARE BACK!
OPEN 10.30am – 12.30pm on a Thursday at St. Augustine’s Church in Hedon, The Pantry is available for anyone who is having a difficult time financially. You can collect up to 12 items. Please wear a face-covering when visiting the church and maintain social distancing. Hand sanitiser is available.
HISTORIAN and Honorary Freeman of Hedon, Dr Martin Craven, has written a new local history book entitled “The History of Thorngumbald Hall and its Owners”.
Major touring exhibition at Beverley Art Gallery – the Royal Photographic Society’s 162nd International Photography Exhibition. Sat 19 September until 14 November 2020. Admission is free. Opening hours are as normal for the Art Gallery
Hedon Museum has been following government guidelines regarding Covid-19, by remaining closed during the lockdown. However, the museum will re-open on Saturday 5th September, with safety measures in place to protect our volunteers and visitors.