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DO YOU KNOW ABOUT THE RICHMOND MARKET CHARTER AND WHAT IMPLICATIONS IT MAY HAVE ON AN EVENT YOU ORGANISE?
Richmond Town Council holds the Market Charter for an area of 6.23 miles radius of the Town. This means that all Fairs/Car Boot Sales/Craft or Collectors Fair held within this area should have our permission.
To enable us to uphold this Charter we advertise annually in the local press (copy attached) we are to be informed of all Fairs, Car Boot Sales, Craft or Collectors Fairs that are to be held. We are aware that not all Parishes may have seen this notice so we are circulating this information to all areas that fall within the 6.23 miles.
Again, to uphold the Charter we also charge a stallage fee of £10 payable to Richmond Town Council 28 days prior to the Fair/Sale taking place.
Village Hub Cafe & Computer Access Group at St Pauls Church Hall
Cappuccino, Latté, Americano of filter coffee’, and tea in your own little tea pot all for £1.50.
Curlew – The Friendly Cycling Group (Scorton)
Perhaps you have a bike lurking at the back of your garage or have been meaning to get some exercise but feel overwhelmed by the prospect of an expensive gym membership? Well, the Curlew Cycling Group could be just for you. We go for leisurely bike rides on quiet country lanes on the last Saturday of every month.
Our rides set off from villages in the area at 11.00am. We are totally non-competitive with all ages joining us. It’s free to cycle with us and you’ll meet some friendly people who want exercise and to obtain all the benefits that cycling can bring. A coffee and cake stop is always included (an essential part of cycling!), so give John Yorke a ring on 07795 097984 or email him: email@example.com . Our next ride will be on Saturday 29th October from Scorton village hall. (Catterick Village Nov, East Cowton Dec).
Brompton-on-Swale Village Choir
Our village choir now in it’s 34th year has around 30-35 members who regularly attend rehearsals every Wednesday evening at 7.45pm in St Pauls Church Hall.
The choir is starting the year with a new programme of songs to rehearse ready for concerts in the Spring and the Summer months.
The Crown Quoits Team
Meet Wednesday evenings during the season April to August at the Crown)
Captain Phill Ingledew on 07795 804419
or via Joe & Morag behind the bar of the Crown Inn
If you are interested in playing for the club contact Mark.
Meet in the Community Sports Hall:
Tuesdays 2 – 4pm
Thursday 2 – 4pm
Saturday 2 – 4pm
For details contact Tony Cooper 01748 818351
Tuesday sessions are held all year round
Thursday and Saturday sessions are held from September to April only
Yorkshire Countrywomen’s Association
(Some of the ladies pictured visiting Foxglove Covert June 2015)
Meet in the Methodist Church on the Second Tuesday of the Month at 7.30pm
For further details contact:
Tel: 01609 766912
Crafty Sew ‘N Sews
Meet every other Monday in St Pauls Church at 10am, come along and join us whatever the craft you enjoy, be it embroidery, jewellery making, bead work, clippy rugs, knitting, crochet etc etc.
For further details contact:
Pam Bradby email: pambradby@Hotmail.co.uk
or Jackie Barber Tel: 01748 818118
There is no guide pack in the village at present but Brownies meet on Wednesdays, for further details go to their website http://www.girlguiding.org.uk/home.aspx
Busy Bees Pre-School
To join the Club there is a fee of £5 for adults with an annual membership fee of £10 payable by 31 March each year. A Club fee of £1 is payable for each match plus peg fees when fishing commercial ponds (these do vary). An Environment Agency Fishing Licence is also required.
For an application form contact either the Club Secretary, Tony Clark on 01748 818545 or the Club Treasurer on 01748 818181.
Management Committee meetings are held monthly on the first Friday of the month at the Crown Public House.
2 sea fishing trips are also organised each year.