Wass Village Hall
Village Events 2012
This page will show the events which are happening in the village this year, and when they have happened how they went!
Loon - Peppery Man - Wednesday May 16th 7.30pm
Admission £7, children £4. Tickets from Linda or Tony 01347 868703 or on line at Rural Arts Thirsk.
Open Gardens and Scarecrow Display - Sunday May 27th 12 - 5pm
There will be the usual tombola, books and plants stall with teas served in the village hall. Acorn Morris will also dance at 2.30pm and 3.30pm. Admission £3, children free.
Discovering Wass - A Natural History Weekend
Below is a slideshow of this event which runs automatically.
For details of the programme please click here.
If you would like to download the pdf of the colour brochure please click here.
Chair Aerobics: Wednesdays 10.30- 11.30am Fitness classes for the less energetic to increase mobility, suppleness and stamina. £4 per session
Bridge Club: Weekly Thursday evenings 7.30pm
WI meetings: Third Thursday of the month 7pm (except June, August, December)
Folk Music Session in the Wombwell Arms
Events in 2011:
The Magic Pomegranate on 26th February: Our seventh and most ambitious panto yet was very successful. It involved a cast of 18, and included a 2 minute magic carpet ride video. This can be seen on You Tube.
Tuesday 15th March 7.30pm
Saturday 16th April 7.30pm
Open Gardens and decorated wheelbarrow display: Sunday 5th Jun
Thursday 9th June 7.30pm
Friday September 30th: Macmillan Coffee Morning
Wednesday November 16th 7.30pm Barbershopera 'Apocalypse No'
Events in 2010
Sunday 7th November 12.30pm: A Paraguayan Lunch
Thursday 25th November 7.30pm
Wednesday September 1st: Hog Roast at the Wombwell Arms
Saturday 24th July: The WI's 64th Home Encouragement Show
Monday 19th July: The Gold Lyre of Ur
Saturday June 12th: Pieces of Eight acapella choir The audience were well entertained by a wide variety of music. £200 was raised to be divided between the village hall and the church.
Sunday June 6th: Open Gardens and Scarecrow Display, with teas, tombola. stalls and Morris dancing. Yet again it rained, even harder this year than previously, but we managed to raise a good sum.
Saturday May 22nd: Storytelling workshop with Adrian O drew in a few newcomers to storytelling and Adrian provided a clear overview. Evening storytelling event with Adrian O and the Wass Storytellers A hot day and a very enjoyable evening.
Tuesday May 4th 7.30pm: Pat Borthwick, a published and prize winning poet entertained us with readings of her poetry. Even one who declares that he doesn't like poetry had to admit that is was a very good session.
Thursday 25th March: Holmes and Watson: The Farewell Tour A comedy drama for all the family. Comment from one of the audience - I laughed so much my stomach ached. All agreed it was a brilliant night. Thanks to Angus and Ross Theatre company and to Rural Arts.
Saturday 20th February: Our first panto in the new hall 'The Book of Fate' based on a Yorkshire tale went very well and was a sell out. OUr thanks to all who helped and who came.
A Slide Show of the Final Event in our old hall
Page updated October 2010