HOW’S YOUR GENERAL KNOWLEDGE? Test it in the latest virtual Quiz Night organised by the Hull City Official Supporters Club. back on your laptop / notebook screens on Monday 15th June at 8pm with our challenging 4-round quiz.
We’re back again on Monday 1st June at 8pm on your laptop, tablet, iPad etc with a 4 round quiz which, judging by the attendees and feedback we’ve been getting, is proving a popular means of passing 90 minutes every fortnightly Monday!
THE 9th Beverley Puppet Festival opens today – and for the first time, it is solely an ONLINE event. The first films go live at 11am today (Monday 18 May 2020). Find out everything you need at the link…
Primarily a community social but hopefully too, a fun way of fundraising for good causes – thanks to those who donated during our previous three Virtual Pub Quizzes, you’ve helped raise a massive £425.00.
If you have an event organised online – a concert from your garden, a magic act from your kitchen, a community sing-a-long, a Quiz Night on Zoom, etc, etc – that you want us to promote – then please get in touch!
Hull Male Voice Choir will be performing at the Village Hall, Sproatley on Friday, 6 March 2020 at 7:30pm in aid of St Swithin’s Church Restoration Project.
“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.
SOCIAL AFTERNOON at The Stag’s Head Inn, Lelley. Lunch, Entertainment and Games for Cash Prizes! Every Thursday from 12 until 4:30pm. This Thursday with Jade Adams!
**PERFORMERS – HOLDERNESS – HALF TERM OFFER!! ** TRY IT OUT OR BRING A FRIEND FOR FREE! If you’re looking for something new or if you’ve been thinking of joining us, now would be a great time as this week you can come along to one of our weekly sessions and join in for free!
POSTPONED “Riding the Stang” – Hull Folk Collective Perform at St Augustine’s Church, Hedon – Sat 4 April 2020
The next LIVE PERFORMANCE event at St. Augustine’s Church, Hedon is “Riding the Stang”. This unusual history of Hedon and the surrounding villages is told in contemporary narrative, utilising eyewitness accounts and newspaper reports along with traditional and new folk songs. “Riding the Stang” is written and performed by the Hull Folk Collective.
Pub Quiz Night in aid of The Angus MacDonald Foundation. Organised by the Hull City Official Supporters Club and open to all. The Constable Arms, Sproatley. Monday 10th February 2020 – Starts 8:30pm. Please arrive no later than 8.15pm for an 8.30pm start.
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.