£558.80 raised for Marie Curie!

The Tea & Cake Day raised an amazing £558.80 for Marie Curie – thanks to everyone who baked, came and helped, and came and ate cake!! Also for the craft group who also had a stall selling items they had made, with all proceeds again to Marie Curie.

Farndale Calendar 2022

The Farndale 2022 Calendars is now available

Grab your copy from Feversham Arms Inn, Farndale and BATA Kirkbymoorside and at Lion Inn, Blakey.
They are also available online at:
Thank you so much to all of the contributors, without you, we couldn’t make this happen.

Harvest Festival Faith Supper

St Mary’s Harvest Festival Service will be followed by the usual Faith Supper at the Village Hall.  This will be from 7pm at the Church on Friday 8th October.  For further information please contact Phil or Shirley-Ann.  Many thanks.

Lovely walk over to Bransdale Church

On Sunday 12th September, the Farndale and Friends Walking Group joined others taking part in the annual Church Pilgrimage, walking from Farndale over to Bransdale Church.  After the Church service, the group had a cup of tea and sampled some very tasty cakes.  Apart from a bit of a misty and quite wet half-hour on the way down from the moor, it was a nice sunny afternoon.

For further info on the next walks, contact Jo Loggie -loggjoan@aol.com

Jumble/table top sale a success!

The Jumble/Table Top/Book sale held at the Hall on Saturday 21st August was really well supported – and raised an amazing £473.65.  Proceeds go to support the St Catherine’s Hospice in Scarborough – a very worthy cause!  Thank you to everyone involved in the running of the sale, and for the lovely cakes and biscuits that were baked for the teas!

Together Apart – exhibition at the Hall

On Wednesday 1st September between 4.00pm and 7.00pm, there will be an exhibition of photographs taken for a project organised by artist Ellie Robinson-Carter in partnership with the charity Next Steps.  This is connected to the craft group that has been running in the Village Hall.
Together Apart presents photographs taken by participants across lockdown about things that matter to them, which have been put together as special Photobooks alongside a print series.  From taking local walks, visiting the sea, seeing family and day-to-day routines, the project offers an insight into the lives of Ryedale residents during this unique period in recent history”.  Free entry, no need to book – come along and have a look.

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