The annual show (every August) is run by the Agricultural, Horticultural and Industrial Society. This year will include Cattle, Goats, Heavy Horses, Ponies, jumping, local produce, Rabbits, Vintage Tractors & Scarecrows and much more. More details to follow soon on the Rosedale Show’s website.
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Steve Colling, from Tate Smiths Wines, masterfully conducted a wine tasting in the Coach House Inn on Friday 17 February, with proceeds going towards the Rosedale Church Roof Appeal. A total of eight unknown wines were sampled and the winner, getting all eight correct, was Shirley Drew from Brick Cottage, Updale!
Steve starting the evening off with some excellent sparkling Cava.
After a fun and educational evening, a total of £150 was raised towards the roof appeal and so thanks again to Steve for his knowledgeable and light-hearted approach to the evening and to Jimmy and his team in the Coach House for their support for this worthy cause.
Louise Williamson, daughter of Vanessa Windsor of The Flower of May Campsite in the village, and Graeme Thompson were married this afternoon in St Mary and St Laurence Church, Rosedale Abbey with the Rev Christine Haddon-Reece officiating.
The Gate Knot
The Reception and dance afterwards was in the Coach House Inn.
The coffee morning held in the Coach House Inn on Saturday 3 September realised £315.46 for the church roof fund. The church roof is in urgent need of repair and a very considerable sum of money needs to be raised to allow the major work required to be undertaken. Any suggestions for fundraising activities would be very welcome – please contact Anthea Read or any members of the Parochial Church Council.
Rotten purlins at the west end.
Meantime, many thanks to Dave Oakey for the use of the Coach House (clearly his luck was in, having won four prizes in the raffle!) and, of course to Margaret and Carol as always for organising and running the ever popular raffle.
Round thirty volunteers answered Anthea Read’s call to strim and rake the churchyard 0n the evening of Thursday 1 September, prior to the National Park people coming in the day after to tidy up and sow more wildflower seed in the conservation area.
All done and ready for the barbeque!
Anthea would like to thank all who came an helped out for their magnificent efforts and thanks also to Lorraine Dale and Ena Dent for preparing the delicious supper afterwards.
If anyone can spare the time, then the final strimming and raking will be starting at around 10.30am on Friday morning 2 September.