Welcome to the Rosedale blog. This is where we share news and information about events in Rosedale and the wider community throughout the year. You’ll also find news about the village timetable, our micro enterprises, school events, clubs, and lively socials.
SAVE ROSEDALE CHURCH
Rosedale Church is running a cake stall next Bank Holiday Monday to raise funds.The historic church, whose roots date back to a
medieval priory, will be selling cakes and bric-a-brac. Anyone willing to donate a cake or gift will be very welcome.
The church needs to raise an estimated £80,000 to replace its decaying roof.
The stall will be on the village green from 12.00am on Monday 28 May of the Spring Bank Holiday weekend.
Carol and Margaret busy with the tombola stall, from 2016
Parts of a second series of the comedy soap opera ‘Bad Move’ are being filmed in the village on Wednesday 16 May. Principally, the action will concern a village parade, hence the straw sheaves on the school railings, the bunting and other items on the village green. The location managers ask that locals do not stand around and watch the proceedings and to avoid parking in the indicated areas.
Getting ready for the village fete (not the real one
The transmission dates are not yet known , but will be passed on here when the production people have decided on them.
Some dates for your diaries:
Thursday 22nd March 2018 – Easter Celebration at Rosedale Abbey CP School – 2pm – Easter Assembly led by the children followed by Easter Bake Off, Easter Bonnet Competition, refreshments and an opportunity to buy cake!
Thursday 29th March 2018 – 2pm – 5pm – Rosedale Abbey CP School Spring Fair
Rosedale Abbey CP School would like to say a big thank you to The Coach House for their very generous donation of £265, which will be used to fund educational visits for our children.
A fundraising event for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance was held in the Updale Reading Room on Friday evening, 9 March 2018. The event started off with an introduction by Kevin Hutchinson from the YAA, who explained the role, operating methods and the funding of the service, summarising it by saying that Yorkshire had five million people, four million acres, three thousand pounds per call-out for each the services’s two helicopters, so if everyone in the county gave just one pound per year the YAA would be fully funded!
Kevin outlining the role and funding of the YAA
After that, the Updale Nature Recorder gave a fascinating slide show tour of the flora and fauna of the dale, from sneezeworts to snakes to snow buntings and much else in between.
A tour of the wildlife of the dale
Finally, the evening ended with the ever popular raffle and guess-the helicopter-landing site game and tea with Maggie Barraclough’s outstanding cream scones all of which, along with ticket money and YAA merchandise sales raised the magnificent sum of £732 on the night.
Heartfelt thanks to all who helped set up the event, to all who came and donated prizes for the raffle and who gave so generously for the tea and scones.
The coffee morning held in aid of Yorkshire Cancer Research at the Coach House Inn on Saturday 3 March raised the magnificent sum of £512 from a combination of cake and coffee sales and the ever popular raffle on the day and the proceeds from the Sunday Night Quiz.
As ever, thanks to Sue and Jim Austermuhle for sponsoring the event on behalf of YCR, to Carol, Janet and Margaret for running the raffle and to Dave and Ali from the Coach House Inn.
The next coffee morning will be on Saturday 7 April from 10.00 to 12.00 am – details later.
The next coffee morning in the Coach House Inn on Saturday 3 March 2018 from 10.00 to 12.00 am will be in aid of Yorkshire Cancer Research.
All are welcome to come and support this very important charity – donations of raffle prizes, cakes for sale would be also be very welcome.
Look forward to seeing you at the Coach House next Saturday.
The coffee morning at the Coach House raised £341 in aid of the Mary’s Meals charity which aims to provide a daily meal in a place of education for more than one million of the world’s poorest children.
Good Coffee, Tasty Cakes and Plenty of Chat!
Thanks to all who helped run the event from Penelope Dawson-Brown, the coordinator, and to all who contributed a wide array of raffle prizes.
The next coffee morning on Saturday 3 March will be in aid of Yorkshire Cancer Research – look out for more details nearer the time.
Many thanks to all who supported the race night at the Coach House. We raised an amazing £523 for the Reading Room / village hall fund.
Thanks must go to Dave Oakey, Jimmy Porter and Sue Foster for arranging the evening, June Scarth for the raffle and Pam Seller for running the tote.
The Reading room has constant running repairs and needs updating on the heating system. THANK YOU for all your support.