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Little Weighton Village Hall
21 Old Village Road, Little Weighton, Cottingham, HU20 3US
To book a room contact Prue Campbell 01482 844 461
bookings@littleweightonvillagehall.org.uk
     

Activities in The Village Hall - see also Village Hall Organisations

Forthcoming Events
DATE
TIME
ACTIVITY
Information
(All Tel nos 01430 unless stated)
Sat 18th May  7.30 pm

Quiz
See POSTER

Tickets are now in the shop
Bring your own drinks and nibbles.
Sun 19th May 2 pm Plant Sale by the Gardeners' Club

All plants donated by Club members in aid of Club funds. There will be all sorts of plants: bedding, herbaceous perennials, shrubs, climbers, fruit, veg, house plants etc. at very reasonable prices - average price £1. Tea and biscuits.

       
Regular Activities
Mondays 5 pm
Majorettes Class
7pm & 8pm
Pilate's Class
See Poster
£5 per class
Contact Cara 0730 5589 124
Tuesdays am
Beverley Community Midwives

 

2 pm
Watercolour Tuition
£8 per session

David Thomas 845 176

Wednesdays  7.30 pm

Yorkshire Countrywomen
(1st Wednesday in month)
5. Yorkshire Countrywomen
A mystery trip on 5th June

A. Cox 845 153

Thursdays
am
Beverley Community Midwives
 
10.30am

Coffee Morning

A. Heward 827 787
pm
Midwives
 
2pm
Turkish cookery class with Serpil
Starts Thursday 9th May
£5.
6pm

Keep Fit
£5 per session

Coleen Gill 666 924
7.30 pm
Rowley Parish Council meetings
(1st Thursday in month)
Sandra Hunt (Clerk to the Parish Council) 862 754
7.30 pm
Voices of Weighton Choir practice
Sue Jackson 845 667
Friday
9am - 3 pm
Soft Play - see picture

£4 per child,
£2 for children under 1
Contact Kate McKechnie, 0779 695 0551

9.30am
Mobile Library Van visit
(Alternate weeks)

See website
7.30 pm

Little Weighton Gardeners’ Club
(3rd Friday in month)

Coach trip to Harlow Carr gardens on 24th May

For further information contact Prue Campbell Tel 844 461
June meeting will be on 21st June with a talk from Harrogate Flower Show director Nick Smith entitled "The Show must go on"