Local Events

Thursday 21st to Saturday 23rd March

Clifford Drama Group


A Bunch of Amateurs: this comedy, written by Ian Hislop and Nick Newman
Being performed in Clifford Village Hall, by Clifford’s very own Drama group.

These performances will take place from Thursday, March 21 to Saturday, March 23,
starting at 7.30pm each evening.

Tickets are £6 each, and can be purchased by phoning Pauline Winterburn on 01937 842768,

or emailing pauline.winterburn@gmail.com.

Saturday 23rd March

Saturday 23rd March

St Mary’s Church, Boston Spa invite you to a fun Quiz & Supper night
on Saturday 23rd March at 6.30pm, to raise much needed funds to maintain the church.
Hot home made food served at 6.45pm, followed by an evening of entertainment with a fun Quiz.
Come along and bring friends & family 11+ years old.
Tickets available from the church office or email : penny.stables@gmail.com.

Sunday 24th March

“Fur Baby’s First”

A fun Dog Show and Doggy Pageant. All money raised to the: T.J. Whitaker All Dog Rescue

Classes Judged By Miss R. Thompson

@ “The Wetherby” (Formally Wetherby Social Club)

Sandbeck Way LS22 7ND

Tuesday 26th March

Monday 1st April

Wetherby Friendship Club

This month’s meeting, held at the Mason House Community Centre on the 1st Monday of each month is:   BINGO

New members welcome, with membership just £2 per month.  Further details from the Secretary, Mrs M Goodwin on Wetherby 589176

Further details and a list of the monthly events for 2019 is listed in our Local News page

Thursday 4th April

“Try Running -Tadcaster”   Beginners Running Group Launches in Tadcaster.

A beginners’ running group is starting in Tadcaster, on 4th April led by trained running leaders from Tadcaster Harriers. The group will meet on Thursday evenings, at 6.45 pm, at Magnet Sports and Social Club in Tadcaster for 12 weeks and is aimed at men and women who would like to try running, to get a bit fitter, and to run with others. The group is aimed at brand new and returning runners. There is a cost of £10 for the whole programme.

The Group is part of the RunTogether initiative organised by England Athletics.

The entry system is online at  https://groups.runtogether.co.uk/TryRunningTadcaster

For further details contact Mark Swinden on 07789 512106 / swindenmark@sky.com

Or Celia MCRoyall on 07980 953509 /Celia0@tinyworld.co.uk

Saturday 6th April

Sunday April 7th

The Sunday Music Session: bringing local talent to the fore.

The next session of live music will be on Sunday, April 7 in Clifford Village Hall

The Evening starts at 7.30pm, with doors opening at 7pm. Entry is £3.

Bring your own drinks.

Tuesday 9th April

The meeting of Askham Bryan College Gardening Club on Tuesday 9th April is an illustrated talk entitled “From Askham Bryan College to RHS Chelsea Flower Show” given by Mark Gregory, designer of the award winning “Welcome to Yorkshire Garden” at Chelsea 2018.
All are welcome.
The meeting starts at 7:30pm in The Conference Centre, Askham Bryan College, Askham Bryan, York, YO23 3FR.
Members free admission, visitors and guests £7.50 on the door.
Complimentary teas and coffees are served after the talk.
For more information about the club please visit our website:-

Friday 12th April

Saturday 13th April

Tuesday 16th April 2019  

Thorp Arch & Walton (YCA) Ladies Group

7.30pm at Boston Spa Methodist Church

A short performance by Clifford Drama Group followed by the branch AGM.

For more info please email: tawyca@outlook.com

Friday 26th April


Do you remember the songs of the 40s, 50s & 60s?

Come along & join in Ken Waller’s SINGALONG singing the songs of yesteryear in a relaxed & easy style
26th April. The Jubilee Room, Boston Spa Village Hall. 1-30 – 3-00 pm
£3 includes refreshments. Proceeds for Village Hall Improvements. Enquiries – call Brenda on
07774 125821

Tuesday 21st May 2019                   

Thorp Arch & Walton (YCA) Ladies Group

7.30pm at Boston Spa Methodist Church

.  Subject TBA.

For more info please email: tawyca@outlook.com 

Friday 24th and Saturday 25th May

The Lions will be holding a beer festival in town on the 24th and 25th May, the bank holiday weekend, at the St James Church Rooms. All the details are on wetherbylion.org/beerfestival so if you could draw attention to that when you are giving out info on upcoming events we would be very grateful. The really salient points are

-its all in aid of raising funds for Yorkshire Air Ambulance

-there are craft beers served from around the route of the Tour de Yorkshire

– you can get a pound of the entrance fee of £6 on the door if you buy a ticket from the website or use the advert which will be on the back of Wetherby Now magazine.Ticket from website gives you a complimentary drinks
– this year we also feature a gin shack, as well as prosecco, wine, and cider
the whole thing is family friendly and we do serve soft drinks also.
the bit you may be most interested in ( besides the beer!!)- our live music;
The Mardi Gras Jazz Band
Blarney Boys duo
Eliza May


Sunday 4th August

Local RSPCA Animal Home is looking for cyclists

Your local RSPCA York, Harrogate & District Branch is looking for cyclists to sign up for their popular bike ride/sportive, the Yorkshire100, on Sunday, August 4th.

Anyone taking part will be helping to raise funds to help the many animals they care for at their York Animal Home and those in foster care in the community.

The fully supported ride offers a great day in the saddle, with free refreshment stops, including a lunch stop on each route, mechanical and medical support etc plus medal, goody bag and cake and a cuppa at the finish.

Entry is only £36 with no obligation to fundraise or make a donation – although the animals will appreciate any extra funds!

Online entry is available until Monday, July 29th via the British Cycling website at https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/events/details/193782/Yorkshire-100. Entries will also be available on the day, but at a cost of £40.

For more info please email Val Hogg, valh@rspca-yorkhome.org.uk