It’s a Knockout is back! Get your team in! Local sports teams or groups of friends might like to sign up! Fun, team building – a good cause!
Explores King George Dock, takes you alongside Siemens to Victoria Dock. Public artworks en-route add extra interest to this local walk.
Power of Attorney, trust funds, wills, advance directives – If you would welcome advice and information about these and many other financial matters join the Hull and East Riding Glaucoma Group at Sight Support on Friday, 14th February 2020 at 11am
BILTON Amateur Dramatic Society (BADS) is performing a comedy by Peter Gordon, entitled “Sleighed to Death” at The Bilton Theatre, between 17 & 19 Main Road, Bilton, Hull on Wednesday 16th, Thursday 17th and Friday 18th October 2019, commencing each night at 7.45pm.
The next meeting of Hull and East Riding Glaucoma Group will take place on Friday, October 11 2019 at 11am when the group is pleased to welcome speakers from the Eye Hospital pre-op assessment team.
Roos and South Holderness Singers and their Very Special Guests present a night of Musical Entertainment at the Albermarle Music Centre, Ferensway, Hull on Saturday 27 July 2019 at 7:30pm. Tickets £10 (under 18’s £5). Find the singers on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Roosandsouthholdernesssingers/
Charity Fun Night supporting RSPCA Clough Road Animal Rescue Centre at Hed’On Inn, Watmough’s Arcade, Hedon. Monday 15 April 2019, 7pm – 11pm. Tickets for the charity night cost £1 each and are available from the Inn.
Hull And East Riding Glaucoma Group. Next meeting for 2019 will take place at Sight Support, Hull, on Friday 12th April, 11am -1pm, when the invited speaker is Jayne Nolan, Falls Prevention Officer from Age UK.
“Well we started with a plan to leave the UK and then undertake a round trip via Russia, China and India…”- Guy and Carol, November 2017.
Hull And East Riding Glaucoma Group. The next meeting will take place at Sight Support, Beverley Road, on Friday 7 December at 11am when the invited speaker is Pat Savage, the Glaucoma Nurse Practitioner from the Eye Hospital.
Hedon Viewfinders photographic group continues to provide interesting and enjoyable opportunities for people to practice and learn about photography.
HIS glimpse into the life and times of Corporal William Todd from 1758 has been sent in by Jim Suggit. Thank you Jim, we are sure readers will find this fascinating! We publish Jim’s article in full: On 7 December 1758, Corporal William Todd left…