Hampsthwaite, Clint and Burnt Yates
Fashion Show: the Wednesday Group in Hampsthwaite is hosting a fashion show which will be put on at the Memorial Hall on Friday, October 19 at 7.30pm. Tickets are £4 and this includes tea and biscuits. They are available from Jane at the post office.
A Week in the Life of a Diva: the highly acclaimed soprano soloist Sarah-Ann Cromwell will be performing her musical cabaret on Saturday, October 20 at 7.15pm at the Memorial Hall in Hampsthwaite. This is described as a musical chuckle of all ages, is classy, informative and involving. Tickets are £7.50 on the door or £7 in advance and are available by contacting Cromwell@johnhod.myzen.co.uk.
Bay Horse Lunch Club: the next one will be on Monday, October 22 at 12.30 at the community centre in Burnt Yates. Ring 771142 to see if there are any spaces left if you would like to go along to enjoy a tasty three course lunch.
Kettlesing Dance: the next one at the Millennium Village Hall is on Friday ,October 26 with dancing to Mark Spafford. Entry is £7.50 and this includes supper. There will be a bar available.
Hampsthwaite Village Society: the next meeting is on November 1 when the speaker will be Mrs Julie Clarke giving her account of The Trials and Tribulations of a B & B Owner. Julie is a well known for her humorous anecdotes so this promises to be a light hearted evening.
Bonfire Night in Burnt Yates: on the field will start at 6.30pm and will be followed by hot soup and goodies in St. Andrew’s Church afterwards. Offers of food and fireworks will be gratefully received.
Burnt Yates School News: the combined parishes are putting on a charity concert of Music from the Shows and Sing-along Favourites at Ripley Church at 7.30pm on October 20 and the children have been invited to join in so have been busy rehearsing. The infant children have been out and about in the village photographing the amenities and notable features to form part of a potential map of Burnt Yates in future geography lessons.
Film Day in Hampsthwaite: Crime Watch is the title of the Film Day being run by Stephen Brown at the Memorial Hall on Saturday, November 10 between 10am-4m. Stephen will be focusing in on what it is about crime, criminals and detectives which provides fascination for audiences. The day will cover cinema detectives from Sherlock Holmes onwards, the actors who play both them and the criminals and the directors who bring these thrillers to the screen. The fee is £29.50 (means tested benefit concessions, £15) and this includes lunch. Booking in advance is essential. Stephen can be contacted on 01423 359142.