There will be a charity Coffee Morning in support of the Reeth Community Bus on Friday 4th July at 10am in the Memorial Hall.
There will be the usual refreshments, tombola, raffle, books, bric-a-brac stall and homemade goodies. If you are a baker or jam maker, donations of homemade goodies will be very welcome! Or if you have some unwanted presents or bric-a-brac, these will also be very gratefully received.
Anything can be dropped off at Hudson House until Thursday; baking etc can be delivered up to Friday morning as the team will be setting up in the Hall from 8am.
Many thanks to everyone who supported the Martin & Eliza Carthy gig at St Andrew's to raise funds for the Hall and all the audiences at the three performances of 'A World of Song & Dance' which raised over £1800 for local good causes.
Don't forget that tonight's gig is at 8pm at St Andrew's, Grinton, not 7.30pm in the Memorial Hall as printed in the Yorkshire Post last week!
Great news for one of our next performers:
Nice advance mention for the charity variety show coming up later this month:
The Big Dig was launched in the Memorial Hall in March 2014 by TV archaeologist and ‘Time Team’ expert Dr Carenza Lewis, of Cambridge University. This two-year community archaeology project will help dales folk search for clues to medieval and ancient history in their own back yards. The Hall is being used as a base during the test pit digging weekends and for a series of training and educational events. Alan Mills is tweeting updates on the project but for those who don't have Twitter we've copied the feed to the Big Dig page so you can follow progress through the website.
After the initial shock of finding that Communigate were pulling the plug on their free community websites we've now got something much bigger and (hopefully) better. We've been able to keep the original URL http://www.reethmemorialhall.co.uk/ (thank you Pete McKay!) so if you have the page bookmarked the link should still work.
Almost all the information has been uploaded now, just the Links page to go.
Please let us know if you have any problems accessing any of the pages or where extra links would be useful