Coffee Morning: with cakes and produce at Darley Methodist Church on Saturday, May 18, 10.30am-noon.
Dance: at Darley Memorial Hall Saturday, May 18, 8pm-midnight dancing to Kenny Bell admission £8 to include supper. For further information please contact Keith Hardcastle on 01423 780258.
Womens Christian Fellowship: The next meeting will be on Tuesday, May 21 at 2pm at North Pole Farm, Back Road, High Birstwith when the speakers will be Sue and David Verwey of Japan Mission. Tea and biscuits, conversation and fellowship. Please note the new venue for this event. Anyone requiring a lift, please contact Cindy Beck (01423) 780845.
The Royal Oak Quiz, Dacre Banks: the next quiz will be on Sunday, May 26. Start 8pm. To raise funds for Dacre Banks Playing Field Association. The quiz has a £2.50 entry fee per person, included is a pie and pea supper and several prizes. Preferably teams of no more than four but not enforced. It is advisable to ring Anna or Steve on 780200 and book a table. This helps with the catering, although not essential. Just come and have some fun, we will find you a space and it is for a local cause.
Dacre Banks Cricket Club: on Saturday, May 18 the 1st teamwill be at home to Blubberhouses.
Darley Cricket Club: on Saturday, May 18 the 2nd team will be at home to Boroughbridge.
Glasshouses & District Gardening Club: the next meeting will be held in Dacre & Hartwith village hall tonight, Thursday, May 16, at 7.45pm. The speaker will be Rebecca Wilson who will be speaking about composting with the North Yorkshire Rotters. Meetings are free to members, and non members are always welcome but we ask for a contribution of £3. Queries to Anne Martin 01423711175 or June Douse 01423712124.
Church services: Sunday, May 19 Providence United Reformed Church, Dacre Top Mr N Robinson at 9.30am. Summerbridge Methodist Church Simon Glyn-Jones at 10.30am. Darley Methodist Church Miss Olive Moyses at 10.30am. Christ Church, Darley All Age Family Service at 9.30am. St Judes Church, Hartwith Holy Communion at 11am. Holy Trinity Church, Dacre Banks Sung Evensong from the Book of Common Prayer at 6.30pm.