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The Carols on The Green event on 23 December 2022 raised £280 and the recent Coffee Morning in the Coach House collected £216 making a total of £496 donated to the Air Ambulance from the people of Rosedale and Hartoft over this Christmas and New Year – well done all!
It takes £19,000 a day to operate both YAA helicopters so all donations are vital to keep this essential service in the air.
Because of the forecast for heavy rain on Friday evening, 23 December, the Carols On The Green event in aid of the Yorkshire Air Ambulance was held in Rosedale Abbey’s church instead. Around 68 locals and visitors joined in singing all the Christmas favourites lustily, helped by the mulled cider and mince pies!
A collection was taken for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance which raised the excellent sum of £280, so thanks to all who came for their generosity. Thanks also to Linda Chambers and Lorraine Dale for setting up the event, for the mulled cider and the mince pies and coping with the last minute change of location.
Just a reminder that the Coffee Morning in the Coach House on 7 January 2023 from 10.00 to 12.00 am will also be in aid of the Air Ambulance – see you all there.
A reminder that ‘Carols on The Green’, in aid of The Yorkshire Air Ambulance, will take place by Abbey Stores on Friday 23 December at 6.30pm and a Service of Holy Communion will be held in St Mary and St Lawrence Church, Rosedale Abbey on Saturday 24 December at 10.00pm. All are most welcome.
The well loved Carols on The Green event in aid of The Yorkshire Air Ambulance is back and we look forward to seeing you all on Friday 23 December outside Abbey Stores for delicious mulled cider, mince pies and a hearty sing-song.
Remember to wrap up warm, bring a torch and, we would suggest, an umbrella!
This year and in lieu of the usual carols on the green with mulled cider and mince pies held in aid of the Yorkshire Air Ambulance, Charlotte Tomlin played a medley of Christmas tunes on a wintery Christmas Eve to a small but appreciative audience in the village.
A reminder that you can donate to the Yorkshire Air Ambulance at the following link: https://www.yorkshireairambulance.org.uk/support-us/donate/ and support this vital asset to our remote community in these stressful times.
A very Happy Christmas to all our readers and best wishes for a peaceful and healthy New Year.
Sadly, there will be no ‘Carols on The Green’ by the Christmas Tree this year. We send all donations raised to the Yorkshire Air Ambulance and this year would ask that you continue to support this vital emergency service by making contributions either in local collecting boxes or online or by cheque – details of how to donate are at https://www.yorkshireairambulance.org.uk/support-us/donate/
We hope to see you all next year, to enjoy hot mulled cider and mince pies while singing along to our favourite carols around the village Christmas Tree. In the meantime stay safe and well and have a great Christmas.
Coffee Mornings in aid of nominated charities will be held on the first Saturday of every month throughout 2020 in the Coach House Inn, Rosedale Abbey and courtesy of Dave Oakey, from 10.00 to 12.00 am each time.
The first such was held on Saturday 3 January and raised the excellent sum of £251 for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance. The remaing dates for 2020 are:
1 February – Rosedale Football Club
7 March – Guide Dogs for The Blind
4 April – Rosedale Abbey Church
2 May – The Marie Curie Trust
6 June – Hartoft Chapel
4 July – British Heart Foundation
1 August – The Reading Room
5 September – Yorkshire Cancer
3 October – Rosedale History Society
7 November – Rosedale WI and Craft Fair
5 December – Rosedale Community Fund
Please note these dates and come along for the excellent cake/biscuits and coffee and, of course, the chance to win some great prizes in the raffle.
The ever popular Carols On The Green, in aid of the Yorkshire Air Ambulance, took place on the village green on Monday 23 December at 6.30pm when a crowd of over fifty happy revellers enjoyed mulled cider and mince pies to accompany some lusty carol singing!
Over £250 was collected for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance on the night, so heartfelt thanks to all who donated and to Adrian and Diane Crawford and Linda Chambers for the musical accompaniment, mince pies and mulled cider, an appropriate start to a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
A great turnout of over 70 locals and visitors gathered on the village green to sing carols and enjoy mulled cider and mince pies on Saturday evening, 22 December.
Thanks to the generosity of those present £308 as raised for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance. Thanks also to Adrian and Diane Crawford and Linda Chambers for providing the cider, mince pies and music. And remember, you can continue to donate by going to : www.yorkshireairambulance.org.uk/donate/
A Happy Christmas and a peaceful New Year to all our readers.