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Calendar  What's On - in and around Arkendale

Past events
2018 - 2017 - 2016 - 2015 - 2014 - 2013 - 2012 - 2011 - 2010 - 2009


 

Every MondayPilates Class - Arkendale Community Hall, 9.20am. Pay as you go.

Every MondayMobile Fish & Chips Van - 6pm - 6.30pm. Moor Lane bus stop, near the Church.
To pre-order, ring 07730 271059

Every Tuesday, Wednesday & ThursdayZumba - Arkendale Community Hall, 9.20am
Text Georgie on 07845 198148 to book your place or just show up. Pay as you go

SundaysChurch Services - St Bartholomew's Church - various times. See Church Services page

MonthlyCoffee Morning - First Wednesday of each month - see below for details


2018
 
See also: Knaresborough and Boroughbridge events. Also Lower Ure News
 
DateEvent

Sunday 14th October


All Saints Harvest Festival Supper

Staveley & Copgrove Village Hall, 6pm

Details and tickets from Glennis, 340575


Saturday 20th October


Autumn Plant Sale and Coffee Morning

Staveley Village Hall, 10am - 12pm

Free entry


Saturday 20th October


Staveley Nature Reserve Nature Photography Course

9.00am to 12.00pm

£45

Further details at www.ywt.org.uk


Wednesday 24th October


Staveley Nature Reserve Guided Walk

10.00am to 12.30pm

£4 members, £6 non-members

Further details at www.ywt.org.uk


Friday 26th October


Magic Evening & Supper

Staveley Village Hall, 7.00pm

Featuring Harrogate Society of Magicians

Adults £10, Children £5. For tickets call Bob - 01423 340568

Saturday 27th October


Arts & Crafts

Staveley Village Hall, 10am to 3pm


Friday 2nd November


Cinema in Arkendale Film Club

Arkendale Community Hall, 7.30pm

See recent release films in high definition.

Due to our umbrella licence restrictions we cannot display the film title here.

This showing is cert: 15, running 94 mins

In 2002, an artistically inclined seventeen-year-old girl comes of age in Sacramento, California

Sound enhanced by Hearing Loop facility. There will be a bar with drinks, refreshments and ices on sale during the evening - opens 7.00pm.


Saturday 3rd November


Arkendale Bonfire Night

6.30pm - Field next to the Vicarage, Westfield Lane

All welcome.

Further information from Caroline 340240


Wednesday 7th November


Community Coffee Morning

Arkendale Community Hall, 10.30am - 11.45am

£1 for coffee and cake/biscuits. Come along and meet up with friends for a chat. All welcome.

Wednesday 7th November


Arkendale Women's Institute



Click here for the meetings schedule and details


Thursday 8th November


Burger, Ribs, Wings

For further details and menus for the evening see the Blue Bell website:

www.thebluebellatarkendale.co.uk


Saturday 17th November

Blackheart
Blackheart

Arkendale Comnmunity Hall, times TBA

We are delighted to welcome back Blackheart as part of their British Tour, Amazing British Arthouse Folk Duo sing Acoustic Rock. Winners of UK Exposure Music Awards "Best British Duo". The BBC said "Blackheart are taking the acoustic scene by storm". Aled Jones: "A great band". Good Morning TV: "Beautiful".

Come and join us for a wonderful intimate evening of music and entertainment. Not to be missed!

See: www.theblackheartorchestra.com if you would like to find out more about the group and their music.

Tickets £10.00 in advance only, from Caroline 340240, or Jean 340586

Bar, Raffle


Wednesday 21st November


Parish Council Meeting

Arkendale Community Hall, 7.30pm


Friday 23rd November


Arkendale Wine Society

Arkendale Community Hall, 7.30pm

A wine tasting presented by John Alderson and Gabriel Crawford

No further details yet, but a fun and entertaining evening is guaranteed!

£12 for members, £14 for non-members.

Ideal for those who enjoy wine and want to learn more about it in an easy social setting.

It is important that you let Gavin Holman know if you intend coming, so that the appropriate quantities can be provided - tel 341945 or gavin@ibew.co.uk

See the Wine Society web page for more information.


Saturday 24th November


Staveley Nature Reserve Guided Walk

10.00am to 12.30pm

£4 members, £6 non-members

Further details at www.ywt.org.uk


Sunday 25th November


ARK Sunday Club

Arkendale Community Hall, 10am - 11am

Details from Rachael - 07919 026498




Wednesday 5th December


Community Coffee Morning

Arkendale Community Hall, 10.30am - 11.45am

£1 for coffee and cake/biscuits. Come along and meet up with friends for a chat. All welcome.

Wednesday 5th December


Arkendale Women's Institute



Click here for the meetings schedule and details


Thursday 6th December


Arkendale Community Hall AGM

Arkendale Community Hall, 7.30pm

Serving Arkendale, Coneythorpe, Clareton and Ferrensby


Friday 7th December


Cinema in Arkendale Film Club

Arkendale Community Hall, 7.30pm

See recent release films in high definition.

Due to our umbrella licence restrictions we cannot display the film title here.

This showing is cert: PG, running 114 mins

Five years after the events of the earlier film, Sophie learns about her mother's past while pregnant herself

Sound enhanced by Hearing Loop facility. There will be a bar with drinks, refreshments and ices on sale during the evening - opens 7.00pm.


Saturday 15th December


Staveley Nature Reserve Winter Birds Guided Walk

10.00am to 12.30pm

£4 members, £6 non-members

Further details at www.ywt.org.uk


Saturday 29th December


Staveley Christmas Show

Staveley and Copgrove Village Hall, 7.30pm for 8pm

Lots of people contribute to make a fun evening. Can you?

Contact Cath Chapman - 340351

Over 16s only.

 
2019
 

Wednesday 23rd January


Parish Council Meeting

Arkendale Community Hall, 7.30pm


Wednesday 20th March


Parish Council Meeting

Arkendale Community Hall, 7.30pm


Wednesday 15th May


Annual Parish Meeting and Parish Council Meeting

Arkendale Community Hall, 7.00pm (PC meeting), 8.00pm (AP meeting).

This is an open meeting for all electors in the Parish so if there are any items you would like to raise please do come along and have your say!

The Parish Meeting, which all parishioners are encouraged to attend, provides a very valuable opportunity to raise matters of concern or interest to all.

The Parish Councillors will welcome a good attendance and also the chance to meet new people in the village who may as yet not know how the Council is run.

This is a much more informal meeting than the usual Parish Council meetings and it provides a much-needed opportunity for the electors in the parish to come and discuss matters of their choosing. Free tea and coffee will be provided.