There’s a couple of places still available on a planned visit to the Allerton Waste Recovery Park, just off the A1 near the A59 junction. It will take place between 10am and noon on Wednesday, 20 February. If you have ever wondered what goes on there, this is your chance to check it out. The facility is now fully operational and will process up to 320,000 tonnes of waste from York and North Yorkshire councils every year, providing a solution for treating our waste while turning it into a resource through a range of technologies. If you’re interested email email@example.com
I have heard that a few people would be interested in visiting the Recovery Park, but they can’t make the date organised. If enough people want to join a visit on another date, please get in touch to register your interest. If there is sufficient interest I’ll organise a second visit.
There’s an art class every Monday afternoon that caters for complete beginners through to those with more experience, making use of a wide range of formats including watercolours, acrylics and oils. The class is led by artists Vivien and Barry Wilton-Middlemass of Art Connections. For more details call Barry on 07909 690543 or just turn up on any Monday afternoon to see how it works. Everyone has a free first lesson.
There’s only two sessions left in the series of free Art Cafe for older people. There’ll be a wide of range of activities supervised by experts from Rural Arts. To find out more ring Judith Lowe on 577911. Boccia sessions will be held on all other Tuesdays throughout February, March and April.
Put this date in your diary if you like the colour and energy of Bollywood. Watch out for more information soon.
Watch out for further details about the popular Race Night. Any businesses interested in sponsorship opportunities or individuals who wish to name a horse in one of the eight races, can learn more by contacting me.
We’re planning a Barn Dance with supper to celebrate St George’s Day. Details are being sorted out right now. Watch out for further details and tickets going on sale.
Topcliffe & Asenby Village Hall
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If you're keen to learn how to paint or develop your existing skills, you'll be interested in a new art class that is planned to start in September. See the attached poster for more details. Each course will consist of six three-hour classes and the cost will be £30 upfront and £5 per session on the day. This means that the course tutors are guaranteed some income overall but if you miss a session you don't have to pay that day!
Expressions of interest to Linda Nuttall on 01845 577315. But please feel free to just turn up for the first session on Monday, 11th September.
CONTACT: Barry of Vivien on 01845 597122 0r 07909 690643
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