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.
Holderness Volleyball Club is based in a sports hall in Preston, HU12. We train on Sundays from 4-7pm, unless we are competing. Our club has members from age 15-68! We continually welcome new members, no experience necessary.
“Fisherman’s Friends” is the next big film offering at the Preston Community Hall. “A heartwarming tale, a film with a real heart!” Showing Friday, 6 December 2019 at Preston Community Hall at 7.15 pm.
A Pudding and Quiz Night is being held at the Preston Community Hall on Friday 29 November 2019. Starts at 7:30pm. QUIZ, RAFFLE, BINGO – AND PUDDING !!! £5.00 per head with all the proceeds going towards the church.
What is Joan Stanley hiding? Come along to Preston Community Hall on Friday 22nd November at 7.15 to find out. Doors open at 6.45 pm. Admission £4.
“We would love to see you at Hedon Museum on Thursday afternoon at any time between 1pm – 4pm and show you some of our research on local SHOPS to date and ask you for your memories.”
Speaker: Mike Covell. Marfleet Murder Mystery. It’s 128 years ago since the discovery of the bloody body of Preston girl 18-year-old Mary Jane Langley. With her throat cut in a jagged wound, the murder instigated a media frenzy at the time but today is largely forgotten. And the murder still remains unsolved… Mike Covell investigates!
“Stan and Ollie” – The true and untold story of Hollywood’s greatest comedy double act. Film showing on Friday 1st November at the Preston Community Hall at 7.15 pm. Doors open at 6.45 pm. Admission £4.
Halloween Fun at Preston Playing Field, Preston – Thursday 31 October 2019 at 3:00pm. Includes hotdog, drinks, Scavenger Hunt, best-carved pumpkin, best fancy dress, fun and games. £2 per child. Proceeds towards the Preston Playing Field Charity.
The film traces the meteoric rise of the band through their iconic songs and revolutionary sound. Their near–implosion as Mercury’s lifestyle spirals out of control. Showing on Friday 27th September 2019. Doors open at 6.45pm film at 7.15pm. Admission £4.00 – Tea/ coffee and licensed bar available.
A few local places are open as part of Heritage Open Days over the next few days and/or week (13 – 22 September 2019), find out more at…