Marton-le-Moor Meeting Room
Happy New Year to everyone, we hope you have a healthy and peaceful 2018 in this lovely village.
We’ve been planning the 2018 Meeting Room events and would love to see you during the year. Our events are planned for all ages and are a great way to get together with your friends and neighbours, and meet people if you’re new to the village.
As well as the planned events listed below, we’d really like to hear from people interested in taking part in an Open Garden event. There are so many gorgeous gardens in the village; if you might be interested in opening your garden gates for one afternoon, or would just like a chat about the event, please contact one of the committee or email email@example.com
Village Clean Up – Saturday March 18th from 10.30am. Come along to help with litter picking in the village and along the lanes. Please meet at the Meeting Room.
Charity Walk – Friday March 30th (Good Friday) starting at 2pm from the Meeting Room with refreshments afterwards. This is part of the Boroughbridge Easter Walking Festival, is an access to all walk and includes a demonstration of a hearing dog at work.
Sunflower Competition – after a break last year, we’re back with the popular sunflower competition. Let’s see if we can fill the village with sunflowers again. Seeds will be sold door to door so please look out for us.
Meeting Room AGM – Wednesday May 9th at 7pm. This is a short and friendly meeting and all are invited.
Pub Night – Saturday June 23rd. Please come along for an informal evening at the Meeting Room, in previous years we’ve been able to sit outside in the sun. All ages are welcome, please bring along your own drinks.
Barbecue – Saturday August 18th. This is the big event of the year at the Meeting Room and is always a good evening.
Pub Night – Saturday September 29th. Another informal get together, this time with the sunflower competition results.
Race Night – Saturday November 10th. Again, this is always a popular and successful event.
Charity Carol Singing – Sunday December 16th. Carol singing house to house around the village with the collection being split between the Great North Air Ambulance and Marie Curie.