Chapel Service: Sunday worship( at 10.30am in Ebenezer Chapel will be led by church members.
Church Service: The rector will take the service of Matins in St Andrew’s Church at 10.30am on sunday.
A reminder that work on the removal and disposal of asbestos pipe lagging at the Mechanics Institute necessitates the closure of the building from Monday, August 8 to Monday, August 22.
Proms at Mowbray:
The open air concert with the Harrogate Band will be held on the lawns of Mowbray House, Kirkby Malzeard tomorrow evening. The gates will be open at 6pm and the concert is from 7.30pm to 10pm. Tickets are 10 each (no charge for children under 16) from Kirkby Malzeard Post Office or Major Geoffrey Berry at Mowbray House (01765 658899).
The library van will stop at Mowbray Crescent from 12.15pm to 1.30pm on Tuesday and it will be by the bus shelter from 1.35pm until 1.55pm. From 2pm to 2.20pm it will be outside Oriel Cottage in Laverton.
Police Surgery: PC Gareth Jones, the community police officer, will hold his monthly surgery at 7pm on Wednesday in the Mechanics Village Institute.
Kirkby Malzeard WI: Members meet in the Mechanics Village Institute at 7.15pm on Wednesday. Anne Myers will talk about “Folk Art on Wood Plant Pots” and the competition is for homemade biscuits. Please note the venue, the meeting will be held at the Mechanics Village Institute, not at the Ebenezer Chapel schoolroom as previously arranged.
Concert: Songbyrd, the singing group from Norfolk, is making a return visit to Kirkby Malzeard on Saturday, August 6. The concert begins at 7.30pm in St Andrew’s Church. Tickets to include wine and light refreshments, are 7.50 each and are available from Kirkby Malzeard Post Office.
Pony Show: The Kirkby Malzeard Summer Pony Show will be held at Ash Tree Farm from 9am on Sunday, August 14. Early entry is advised. For general enquiries and details of the schedule phone 01765 650412 and to obtain a schedule send a SAE to KMPS, Ash Tree Farm, Ringbeck Road, Kirkby Malzeard HG4 3QF.
Yorkshire in Bloom: Members of the Yorkshire in Bloom committee would like to say a big thank you to the residents of both Kirkby Malzeard and Laverton who made such an effort to make the villages look attractive and well cared for. There are particular thanks to the Laverton gentleman who tended the verges and riverbank, the “Kirkby Mowers”, those who lovingly tend the playing field and the churchyard, and to the WI members who distributed flyers reminding everyone of the time of the judging. Gardens, tubs, troughs and window boxes are extremely colourful, the Rose Garden and Pinfold carefully tended and the village businesses have played their part in brightening up their frontages. The judges’ comments will be received in September but the committee members stress that taking pride in the village and its surroundings is more important than the judges’ marks.
The annual duck race i aid of Highside Playing Fields Association took place in brilliant sunshine and proved to be an enjoyable event for competitors and spectators alike. the winners were Joely Newell (50), Chris Kirkby (30) and Jen Barker (20). The winners of the business class were Alf Simpson, Dr Harford-Cross and Premier Printing.
Aldfield. Church Service: Canon Howard Garside is the celebrant at the 10.30am Eucharist in St Lawrence’s Church on Sunday.
Dallowgill. United Service: Mr D Mortimer will conduct the service and the rector will preach at the evening service at 6.30pm on Sunday in Dallowgill Chapel.
From 10.45am to 11am on Wednesday the library van will be at Carlsmoor Lane End. It will make local stops within Dallowgill and Gatebridge from 11.15am to 1.45am before stopping by the bus shelter in Galphay from 1.50pm until 2.10pm.
Grantley. Village HallCommittee: There will be a meeting of Grantley Village Hall committee at 8pm on Thursday.
Whist and Dominoes:
The monthly whist and domino evening takes place in Grantley Village Hall a week today at 8pm.
Dance: The next dance, with live music from Lyne Valley will be held a week tomorrow from 8pm to midnight in Grantley Village Hall.
Laverton. Art Exhibition: The Laverton art exhibition will be held at Meadow Farm, Laverton from August 27 to 30, with a private viewing from 8pm to 9pm on Friday, August 26. Admission for the viewing is 5 per person on the door and this includes wine and savouries. Entry forms for the exhibition are available from Meadow Farm. Profits from the event go to St Andrew’s Church, Kirkby Malzeard and the Chapel of the Resurrection, Dallowgill.
Sawley. Chapel Service: Sunday worship will be led by Mr S Laugher at 2pm in Sawley Chapel.