Spofforth Village

Near Harrogate, North Yorkshire

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Spofforth Village Society
Chairperson: Robyn Farmer 01937 590339

Village Hop Raises £630

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The village hop on Saturday 25th June was a wonderful social affair.  As well as entertainment by our own musical group and DJ, certain ladies provided an impromptu backing group which was applauded by all!  These occasions are not intended to make a profit but nevertheless, there was a £630 surplus of which £350 will be given to the PTA to sponsor an event at the Gala in August.
 

Fancy a Midsummer Hop?

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The Village Society are holding a 'Midsummer Hop' in the Village Hall on Saturday 25th June from 7pm till late.  Tickets are £8.00 and include supper. Music will be provided by our resident musicians the 'Crimple Stompers' and 'Griff & his discs'.  A bar will be available on the night.  Tickets from Robyn Farmer on 01937 590339 or the usual village outlets.

Last Updated on Thursday, 26 May 2011 19:54
 

Beer Festival Raises £2,000

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spofforth_beer_festival.jpgThe much enjoyed 2010 Beer Festival raised £2,000.

 

£1,000 of this will be going to All Saint's Church Spofforth, with the other £1,000 helping to fund events in the village.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 03 May 2011 18:27
 

Spofforth Village Society - Annual General Meeting

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The Spofforth Village Society AGM is on Monday 9th May at 7.30pm in the Reading Room, Spofforth Village Hall.  All are welcome.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 03 May 2011 17:51
 

Raising a glass to Spofforth beer festival

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thumb_spofforth_beer_festival.jpgSPOFFORTH’S first-ever beer festival has been hailed a resounding success - exceeding all expectations.

 Villagers were treated to a range of beers, ciders and wines - with pie ‘n’ peas and sandwiches available for those who got peckish. The crowds were also treated to a performance from the local band 'Crimple Stompers', who formed especially for the festival.

Organiser Robyn Farmer said: “It was a fantastic day, everything we could have hoped for. More so, infact,” “Everybody seemed to really enjoy themselves. There was a great atmosphere and the band went down a storm.”

The beer festival raised around £2000 to support Village Society events and a new kitchen area in the Church.

Last Updated on Sunday, 20 March 2011 10:47
 


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