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NEW - Easingwold Advertiser
G. H. Smith & Son
Email: [email protected]
http://www.ghsmith.com
The Printers
Market Place
Easingwold
York YO61 3AB
Tel: 01347 821329
Fax: 01347 822576
Saturday, 29th September, 2007
No. 6,469
ISSN 1749-5962
10p
Easingwold WI
September 2007
After being welcomed by our
President Jenny Nesbit, last month’s
minutes were read and approved. We
were reminded of future events,
especially our Autumn Council
Meeting to be held at the end of
October at Easingwold School. This
will be the last chance to hand in any
used bras, which members and
friends have collected. Some of the
money generated by the sale of said
bras will go towards keeping our
North Yorkshire Air Ambulance in the
air.
Anyone who would like to submit
two photos with the “water” must do
so by the end of January 2008. Those
chosen will be included in the 2009 WI
Calendar.
Maria Dewers, Duty Manager of the
York Theatre Royal was our
September speaker. She was born in
Easingwold and has been on the stage
since she was ten. Her interesting talk
was about the history and workings of
the York theatre. The founder was
Thomas Kerrigan who in 1744 had the
theatre built on the site of a ‘real’
tennis court. We were shown slides
throughout the talk, including the back
entrance, which in Victorian times was
the way in for people with gallery
seats. A separate entrance was for
those who had bought more expensive
seats. There were no seats in the pit,
now called the stalls – you had to
stand! The reason why boxes don’t
face the stage is that the occupants
were there to be seen. Maria
commented on the nautical terms
used by theatre folk, for instance the
stage is called the deck etc. She
detailed the progress of the first
reading of a play or show, until the
time it was shown to the public. Often
full dress rehearsal was only
performed a couple of days before the
first public performance. York Theatre
is not a touring one, nor does it have a
repertory company now. Maria
finished her talk with a couple of
stories about the theatre ghost. We
were enthralled and Audrey Clark gave
her a warm vote of thanks. Our
hostesses were Della Cosgrove and
Andrea Jackson.
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Dominic Goodwin as “Jacko” in
LAUGHTER IN
THE WINGS!
The memoirs of a theatrical colossus!
Two delightful J Kingston Platt stories
by Peter Jones
DIRECTED BY DAVID POWLEY
Quotes from fellow thespians include:
“He is a cult” Kenneth Williams and “Cherish him” Noel Coward
FRIDAY 5th OCTOBER at 7.30 pm
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Easingwold Advertiser and Weekly News, Saturday, 29th September, 2007
Dooleys Wholesale
Department is moving!
Effective from 1st October, 2007, the wholesale department of
Dooleys will be moving to new premises in Easingwold.
The new address for Dooleys Wholesale will be:
Dooleys Wholesale
Unit 5 Birch Way, Easingwold Business Park
Easingwold, York YO61 3FB
Tel. 01347 823772
As a result of the move, there will be more parking available for
Dooleys retail customers. Business will continue as normal and
Dooleys Retail will remain at Chapel Street and can still be
contacted on 01347 821403.
In time for Christmas, we now have a full selection of dried fruit,
nuts, peels, etc. for all your festive baking.
Come and see our growing selection of Sugar-craft,
Patchwork Cutters and all Cake Decoration materials.
BLACKSMITH’S ARMS
NEWTON ON OUSE
LUNCHTIMES
Home cooked Bar Meals
Tuesday Over 60s Menu served 12.00 - 2.00
1 course £4.50 2 courses £5.95 3 courses £7.95
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 12.00 - 2.00
Saturday and Sunday 12.00 - 2.30
01347 848249
Private Tuition.
Key Stages 1 & 2
Andrea Morton Brown B’ed
Qualified experienced teacher
12, Hambleton Garth,
Easingwold, York.
YO61 3EY
01347 823157/07986 520032
[email protected]
Easingwold Town AFC
Huby Reserves Win Reserve League
Cup Tie on Penalties
The 2nd XI travelled the short
journey to Huby for the second round
of the Reserve League Cup and after
an exciting game, with many twists
and turns, were defeated by 5–3 on
penalties.
It was ‘nip and tuck’ in the early
stages and both sides missed good
chances. Huby with pace up front
were causing the Town a lot of
problems and D Block was twice
called upon to save close range
efforts. J Banks twice should have
done better, first with a close range
header and then a right foot effort
from eight yards. On a good playing
surface the Town were struggling to
play to feet but surprisingly the game
was goalless at half time.
The home side were on top in the
early stages of the second half and
deservedly went ahead and could so
easily have had a second but D Block
again saved well. Towards the end the
Town had their best spell of the game
but the final ball into the box was poor
and after M Smith and D Copeland had
both missed good chances the latter
made amends 15 seconds from the
end when he scored from close range.
In extra time the Town looked the
more likely to win and M Smith
missed a simple chance to put the
visitors ahead. With two minutes left
the Town looked to have won the
game D Copeland again scoring but
unbelievably with five seconds left
Huby equalised. The home side took
five excellent penalties, C Didlick being
the Town player to miss, Huby going
through to the third round of the
Reserve League Cup.
Teams Saturday 29th September
1st XI v Tadcaster (Senior Cup)
Home KO 2pm
Match sponsor: Simon Boddison,
Director of coaching,
Texas Rush Soccer Club
Team to be selected
Players to be notified
Meet ground 1pm
2nd XI v Rowntrees (Junior Cup)
Away KO 2pm
Team to be selected
Players to be notified
Meet ground at 12.30pm
Players please note for away games
meet at ground.
Weekly Draw (24/09/07)
(Drawn by S Burton)
No. 20 Wigan
D Cooper £10
Letter to the Editor
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THE SNUG RESTAURANT
We are looking for several members of staff for
our new restaurant in Easingwold.
HEAD CHEF (full-time)
Applicant must be enthusiastic, reliable, flexible
and possess excellent presentation skills.
WAITER/WAITRESS (full or part-time)
KITCHEN ASSISTANT (full or part-time)
For further details please speak to Anne-Marie
on (01347) 868282 after 6 pm
Dear Sir
Easingwold Traffic Management
As someone who took time off work
to attend the public consultation
exercise in an attempt to try to protect
our lovely historic town centre from
modern traffic management methods I
was saddened to read in the paper that
the scheme has not in fact been
scrapped and may still take place.
Easingwold is one of the few towns
left where the motor vehicle, the
pedestrian, the cyclist and the
architecture have been allowed to
reach a state of natural balance
without the need for a clutter of signs
and yellow paint. On the whole it
works well. I know there is limited
parking, but Easingwold is a town
where most of the residents live
sufficiently near to the centre to have
no need to use their cars.
Let’s hope that the lack of funds at
least delays this until the debate can
be opened up again. A lot of new
residents have moved into the area
since the public consultation took
place and they may not be aware of
what is to be inflicted on the town.
Is it too late now to make one last
attempt to prevent this desecration?
Ian Hazell
Jesmond House, Alne
Easingwold Bridge Club
Results for Tuesday 25th September
Mitchell movement
N/S
1st Hilda Cooper and Morwenna
Torlesse 60.48%; 2nd Yvonne Mills
and Julia Garbett 60.00%; 3rd Ian and
Judy Muir 53.33%.
E/W
1st Joan Kirby and Sheila Wilks
60.56%; 2nd Brian and Maggie Walker
54.44%; 3rd Jim Hastie and Barbara
Twigg 52.22%.
McIntosh attends Party
Conference in Blackpool
Miss Anne McIntosh, MP for the
Vale of York, and Parliamentary
Spokesman for Thirsk and Malton, will
be attending the Conservative Party
Conference in October.
Miss McIntosh will be attending a
range of meetings and events,
representing the Vale of York as MP
and the new Constituency of Thirsk
and Malton as Parliamentary
spokesman, and will be taking part in
two fringe events as Shadow Minister
for Floods.
Miss
McIntosh
said:
“The
Conservative Party Conference is set
to be very exciting and upbeat this
year. I expect the atmosphere to be
lively and positive with the opportunity
as David Cameron as Leader to set out
our
Conservative
vision
for
government.
“The Conference week will provide a
showcase for the discussion of key
issues, including the current direction
of the Party, as well as various Policy
Group recommendations. I look
forward to the focus being on the new
Blue Green agenda and in particular,
climate change, education and law and
order. I will also be participating in two
fringe events – one regarding the
recent summer floods and the other
discussing the importance of the
water sector.”
Turton Makes Certain
for Huby Reserves
Huby Utd Res 2
Easingwold Town Res 2
AET Huby Win 5-3 on penalties
Man of the Match Jimmy Turton
wreaked havoc in Easingwold’s Town
with his searing pace. Signed in the
close season, Jimmy is already
striking up a promising partnership
with fellow striker Scott Dixon.
He should have put Huby one up
early in the first half when he
outstripped the Town’s defence, only
to shoot weakly at the keeper.
Huby continued to have the better
chances in the first half, with Dixon,
Dave Brogan and Richard Webster
going close. Town’s keeper proved
formidable though with a string of fine
saves.
Utd Res went ahead early in the
second half, when Brogan fed Turton
and he drove home his shot.
Easingwold then turned up the heat,
pushing three men in attack, and really
put Utd’s defence under the cosh. It
was Huby’s keeper Glen Robinson’s
turn to prove what a fine keeper he is
developing into by pulling off several
one on one saves.
The game was very exciting at this
point but Huby were holding out
thanks to Player Manager Martin
Gilmour’s leadership at the back.
Imagine their despair, though, when
with 15 seconds left Easingwold Res
levelled the match.
The lads did not let it get them down
for too long and they should have won
the game in extra time but again they
were thwarted by the Town when they
took the lead with three minutes to go.
Huby’s head went down at this point
but they rallied and when Simon
Dodsworth’s shot was parried by the
keeper, Brogan was on hand to
equalise.
The penalty shoot out proved
exciting as well, with players on both
sides taking their kicks with aplomb. It
was unfortunate for Town that one of
their players missed the target
altogether and Huby moved into the
third round, after a very sporting
contest, which could have gone either
way.
Roger Etheridge
Secretary Huby Utd FC
Huby Homing Society
Pigeon racing results
Ten members sent 115 birds to
Whitley Bay on 22/09/07
S McGuinness 1.41.13 (AFT),
1201.002 (Velocity); S McGuinness
1.41.39, 1195.882; P Sleightholm and
son 1.40.49, 1194.876; P Sleightholm
and son 1.40.54, 1193.890; K Allum
1.40.59, 1149.234; G Ward and son
1.46.38, 1125.950; S Coxon and S
Leesing 1.59.27, 1120.863; D Potts
1.58.53, 1103.540; P Coxon and
partner 2.03.32, 1083.831; H
Cartwright and son 2.04.58,
1063.153; E Harrison 2.06.32,
1050.087.
Retained Firefighter
Applications are invited from men and women who
live or work in Easingwold and are interested in
becoming part-time Firefighters.
We are particularly keen to recruit people who can
primarily provide daytime and weekend cover
(6am-6pm or parts of). Applicants must be
physically fit and be able to respond to any of the
above Fire Stations within four minutes.
Salary Package
Salary £1530 - £2719 p/a (depending on cover
provided) £971.69 - £1294.13 p/a for 2 hours
training per week.
Additional payments made for callouts. 4 weeks
paid holiday.
Final salary Pension Scheme is available.
Interested?
Visit our website www.northyorksfire.gov.uk for an
application pack.
or call us on 01609 788563 / 788533,
Closing date
for applications is Thursday 25th October 2007.
We are an Equal Opportunities employer who
welcomes applications from under represented
groups in the community.
SAVING 125 LIVES BY 2014
Easingwold Advertiser and Weekly News, Saturday, 29th September, 2007
Your local Ford dealer... Polar Ford Thirsk
When we say ‘Double
Discount’ you might have
to look twice to believe
how big the savings are.
Extended for one more week,
Polar Ford will be discounting
selected prices across the
whole used Ford range.
Used Car
Double
Discount
Event
Extended
04 54 Ford Ka
Collection 1.3 3dr
• Panther Black • Electric Windows • Central Locking • Was £5,295
Save £150, Save again £150
Double Discount Saving
£300
Cash
Price
Deposit
£4,995 £130
Amount of
Credit
36 Monthly
Payments
£4,865
£125
Final payment at end of period
if you wish to own the vehicle
Total Charge
For Credit
doc &
option fee
£1,306.88
£941.88
£220
Total Amount
Payable
£6,156.88
Typical
Polar
12.6% APR
Based on 12,000 miles per annum. Excess
mileage charged at 6 pence per mile.
03 53 FORD FIESTA
ZETEC 1.4 5DR
06 56 FORD FOCUS
LX 5DR
05 55 FORD MONDEO
LX 2.0TDCI 5DR
Polar
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• Ocean Blue • Air Con • Remote Locking
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• Moondust Silver • Cruise Control • Air
Conditioning • Remote Locking • Was £8,995
• Panther Black • Alloy Wheels
• Front Fog Lights • Was £4,995
Save £500 Save again £500
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Double Discount Saving
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£500
Now £4,495
£1,000
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Gulshan Tandoori Indian Restaurant & Takeaway
Polar
04 04 TOYOTA YARIS
3DR T-SPIRIT
Outside Catering Facilities Available. Fully Licensed
06 56 FORD FOCUS
ZETEC CLIMATE 1.6
5DR
£1,000
Now £7,995
06 55 FORD FIESTA
STYLE 1.25
5DR
05 05 FORD SPORTKA
1.6 3DR
Main Street, Stillington, York Tel: 01347 810372
10% Discount off menu price for takeaway meals on collection
All prices include VAT
CHEQUES ACCEPTED WITH CURRENT GUARANTEE CARD
Steaks and roast chicken available to pre-order
Polar
• Blue • Alloys • CD Player
• Electric Windows
• Was £5,995
Don’t pay fancy designer/showroom
prices!!!!
Choose your own bathroom suite/shower
and tiles from any supplier.
We will provide a quality fitting service
(help with planning if required)
Ring: 01347 823704
Mobile: 07725 432243 for a Free quote
D.T. PLUMBING & TILING SERVICE
Page
Opticians
Established in Easingwold for over 20 years
serving the local community
We provide Eye Examinations for all the family using the
most up-to-date ophthalmic equipment and supply and fit all
contact lenses.
We have a wide range of quality frames to suit all budgets and
tastes and are Varilux Lens Specialist Opticians.
We pride ourselves in friendly, attentive and personal service
Telephone: 01347 822172 or call in to
134 Long Street, Easingwold
• Performance Blue • Alloys
• Body Kit • Fog Lights
• Was £5,995
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Double Discount Saving
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Ripon
(A61)
Race
Course
Fire
Station
Station Rd
Tesco
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• Tango Red • CD Player
• Electric Windows • Remote Locking
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Double Discount Saving
N.Allerton
20% discount on food bill only.
When you bring this advert with you. Sunday till Thursday
Offer ends 29th November 2007
• Tonic • Alloys • Air Conditioning
• Heated Front Screen
• Was £9,495
Polar
Ford
Thirsk
TOPCLIFFE ROAD
(A1448)
Petrol
Station
Town
Centre
Westgate
(A61)
£200
Now £9,295
£1,300
Now £5,695
Telephone:
01845 5880012
Opening Times: Mon to Fri 8.45am - 7.00pm, Sat 8.45am - 5.30pm, Sun 10.00am - 4.00pm. Thirsk Closed Sunday.
Visit us at our all new website
also at:
Seamer Road, Scarborough, Y012 4DH
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Telephone: 01723 501 501
Jockey Lane, Monks Cross, York, YO32 9GY
Telephone: 01904 625 371
Easingwold
Gardening Club
The club opened its new season with
a very good and well-attended
meeting.
We began with a short AGM. The
past season had enjoyed a very good
variety of stimulating meetings and
visits, and we were given a promising
list of the programme planned for the
coming year. Finances are in a healthy
position, so there is no need for any
increase in subscriptions. Committee
members were acknowledged for their
efforts, although two replacements
would be needed for the coming year.
Extra members will be very welcome.
We then turned to the main purpose
of the evening, which was an
illustrated talk by Garry Gaunt from
Stokesley (and closely involved with
Helmsley Walled Garden) on the top of
‘Clematis and its Uses’. His interest in
clematis began as a ‘small retirement
pastime’ but had developed into
something
much
more
time
consuming.
He identified three main groups of
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clematis, namely early flowering, long
flowering and late flowering. The
general public usually went for the
long flowering varieties but he
considered that these were usually a
‘poor buy’ and he recommended a
concentration on the late flowering
varieties. Many of these were
particularly good for training to climb
up trees. Garry also drew attention to
some of the herbaceous types which
were suitable for growing amongst
low growing shrubs.
We also received recommendations
about buying and planting. We were
advised to go for well established
plants and to avoid ‘special offers’,
which often died off very quickly.
After more advice on pests and
pruning we were treated to a very
colourful slide presentation based on
clematis at Helmsley and in Garry’s
home garden.
Garry was given a warm vote of
thanks for a most informative
presentation, which has set a very
good standard for the remainder of
our new season’s programme.
Gateway Lightowler
• Happy Hour Monday - Friday • between 5.00 pm - 7.00 pm
2 Course Meal & Coffee £6.95
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Opening Hours
Monday - Saturday 5.00 pm - 11.00 pm
Sunday 4.00 pm - 10.30 pm including all Bank Holidays
Going Green and Haunted
Competition
THREE Family* Tickets for Alton Towers and
“Scarefest” Weekend to be Won**
How to enter:
Submit a drawing or painting of your ideal “Green”
(environmentally friendly) Haunted House and list THREE
things that YOU can do to be more “green”. Entries must
be on A4 paper. Be sure to provide your name, age and
contact telephone number!
Entries must be received at Gateway Lightowler’s
Easingwold office by noon, Monday the 15th of October.
Winners will be announced in the 20th of October edition
of the Easingwold Advertiser.
Winners will be selected from the following age groups:
0 to 6 years
7 to 11 years
12 to 16 years
* Family ticket = 2 adults and 2 children for 27th October 2007 (date not
transferable)
Easingwold Advertiser and Weekly News, Saturday, 29th September, 2007
Easingwold area
girls football:
The ‘rise’ continues
* Key programming on
* Tyres
* Tracking
* 4 wheel alignment
selected vehicles
* Batteries
* Diagnostics
* Parking sensors
* Exhausts
* Clutches
* MOT’s by arrangement
* Air Conditioning Service now available
Visit our workshop at Prospect Park (opposite Easingwold Primary School)
or call 01347 822112 to arrange an appointment
Email: [email protected]
Partners: Lewis Calder & Jim Gilleard
Shipton Pre-School Playgroup
On 11th August Shipton Pre-School Playgroup won first prize in the pre-school
group section of a parade of animals at the Tollerton Horticultural Show.
Shipton Pre-School Playgroup chose Noah’s Ark as their parade of animals.
This is the third year running that Shipton Pre-School Playgroup has won
first prize in this section.
Joshua Stojkovic, Nicola Stojkovic, Charlie Norquoy, Isabel Inman
Stillington Ladies Hockey
Stillington Ladies showed a
promising start to the season at the
York and District Ladies Hockey
League’s rally at the University of
York. The team finished in a
respectable fourth place, having only
conceded one goal all day. With a few
new players in the squad the early
matches saw four no-score draws in a
row, as all the players got used to the
new look team. The fourth of which
was a rather uncomfortable match
against Dunnington, where Stillington
clung on for the draw, but was
followed by a superb display against
Danby, Stillington winning 3–0 with
goals by Lucy Tate, Rosie Brian and
Diane Clarkson. The last match saw
Stillington take on Nestle, lack of
fitness so early in the season proved
vital as they lost 1–0.
On Sunday 30th September,
Stillington hold their own rally,
sponsored by John Smiths. The first
match is to start at 10am.
Further to my ‘rise and rise’ article
recounting the concerted support I
received from primary schools, the
Galtres Centre and high school to give
girls similar opportunity to play our
national game as taken for granted by
their boy peers, it is rewarding to see
that the high school now have what is
arguably the largest and strongest
squad of U14s in North Yorkshire,
with even the boys reluctantly
accepting that ‘girls can play a bit’
after combined Yr7/8 and Yr8/9 teams
‘came from nowhere’ this year to win
prestigious County Schools Cups at
U13 and U14 level. Highlights were
the U14 final being played at
Harrogate Town’s Conference League
‘proper ground’, and at the U13 final
sixth-former Jan Suchecki being in the
right place at the right time to impress
county officials with his professional
and, more importantly in the
circumstances, impartial display as
last minute stand-in referee; his
immediate reward being an offer of a
County FA training opportunity to
further his refereeing ambitions.
But the real reward is to see
Easingwold Town FC now directly
contributing to the fastest growing
participating sport in Britain, girls
football, by joining other clubs in the
York area recruiting from the ever
growing pool of players at the high
school to enter a team in the City of
York U14 Girls League.
This further ‘rise’ immediately
following a recent North Riding
County FA ‘club/school link’ initiative
where club coaches had the
opportunity to assess the youngsters
not already registered for other clubs.
This welcome link, if conscientiously
maintained, should lead to a situation
where girls are eventually building
their experience at all age levels for
both club and high school, and with
that situation the possibility of the
ultimate ‘rise’: Easingwold Town
forming a women’s team.
Despite being pleased with the
progress to date, it is disappointing
that even though my annual
Easingwold Primary Reception/Yr1
‘introduction to the ball’ PE lessons
have motivated sufficient numbers of
girls to look to improve their ball-skills
in the after-school club before
reaching the age to play inter-school
Mini-soccer, few age 4-6s have joined
the boys in Easingwold Town’s
Saturday morning ‘preparing for Minisoccer’ group. Therefore, in an
attempt to improve this situation, I
have decided to relinquish my boys
‘real-game’ ambitions and step back
some four years to again coach ‘the
little ones’ in the absolute basics of
ball control at the Junior Club and
resume my role as Easingwold
Primary’s girls football skills coach.
This restored school/club ‘link’
hopefully leading to more parents
overcoming their understandable
reluctance to consider football as
anything but a male preserve, and,
just maybe after the first real TV
coverage of the Women’s World Cup
in China, give their daughters ‘equal
opportunity’ to fulfil their initial
football ambitions as they would
routinely give their sons.
Peter Bradley, FA Coaching
Association Licensed Member
Easingwold Ladies
Summer Darts
Results 18th September
Commercial A 7 v 2 New Inn
York A 5 v 4 Angel A
Blacksmiths 3 v 6 York B
Golden Lion 4 v 5 Black Horse
Angel B 3 v 6 Commercial B
Oak Tree Bye.
Fast finishes: A Leonard 20 140,
Commercial A; D Oddy 28, Golden
Lion; H Watson 16 180, J Horsman
26, York A; L Salton 27, York B.
Final Table
Team
Played
Points
Angel A
180
111
York A
180
109
Commercial B
180
104
Commercial A
180
101
York B
180
90
Golden Lion
180
89
New Inn
180
85
Black Horse
180
78
Oak Tree
180
74
Blacksmiths
180
73
Angel B
180
69
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You are invited to a
CONCERT
given by Easingwold School with the Concert Band,
String Quartet, Senior Choir, “Blue Sails” Jazz Band
At St. Mary’s Church, Alne
on Friday 5th October at 7.30 p.m.
Tickets £5 available at the door. School-age children FREE
Proceeds to be shared between Easingwold School
and Alne Parish Church Project
WINE AND SOFT DRINKS SERVED
Music for all tastes YOU are welcome
Main House
Friday 28th September – Saturday 6th October
Pilot Theatre present
“LOOKING FOR JJ” by Anne Cassidy
Three children walked away from the cottages on the edge of
town. Later that day only two of them came back ...
Drawing on the blogging culture familiar to users of MySpace,
Bebo & Facebook, this production is thought-provoking,
powerful and engages audiences of all ages.
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The Studio
Until 6th October
SILLY BILLY
Tutti Fruiti productions in its own unique style brings this
brilliant children’s book alive.
For all details contact the Box Office on 01904 623568
or www.yorktheatreroyal.co.uk
Easingwold Advertiser and Weekly News, Saturday, 29th September, 2007
Easingwold Running Club
ARE YOU LOOKING
FOR PART TIME WORK?
Trainee Confectioner/Bakery Assistant
We require another Bakery Assistant to join our existing team. The
successful candidate will be involved in cake preparation such as flapjacks,
viennese fingers, lardy cakes etc. In addition he/she will share the
responsibility for washing up in the bakery and maintaining clean work
areas.
Hours will be approx. 20 hours per week, 9.30 am – 1.30 pm Monday –
Friday.
Early Morning Sales Assistant
We require a reliable and flexible person for this position in our shop on
Long Street.
Duties to include:
• Sandwich wrapping
• Veg/Salad preparation
• Customer service
• Keeping the sandwich prep area clean and tidy
Hours are 6.00 am – 10 am Monday and 6.30 am – 10 am Tuesday to
Friday.
No experience is necessary as full training will be given, however,
basic maths is required for these positions.
We offer good rates of pay, meal allowance, paid holiday and a
uniform is provided.
Interested? For further details and an application form
call into our Long Street shop or contact Hilary Ryder
on 01347 821285
One week after the end of the last
season’s Club Championship and the
first race of the new season took place
at Sutton-on-the-Forest on Sunday 9
September. A flat 7 mile course that
included part of the old airfield and,
due to a long spell of dry weather, the
going was quite rough underfoot on
the off-road sections. Twelve club
members competed and came away
with an array of prizes. Nigel Ramsden
came 1st in the Male O/40 category as
did Peter Johnson and Alf Lindsay in
the Male O/50 and Male O/60
categories respectively. Kim Philips
was not only first local lady home but
also finished 1st in the Female O/45
category with Carol Morrison taking
2nd place as did Sheila Capper in the
Female O/40 section. These three
ladies together however, won the
Female Team prize.
Four other club members, Chris and
Kim Richardson, Chris Hartley and
Cliff Simm were competing on the
same day in another race, the
Wetherby 10K which was the final
round of the Black Sheep Series. Chris
Richardson and Cliff had been
competing in this series of races
throughout the summer and it was
down to the last race to determine
final positions in the overall events.
Well done both Chris and Cliff for
finishing 2nd in their respective
categories – Chris in the Male O/40
Full Pint series and Cliff in the Male
O/70 Half Pint series. Not to be
outdone however, Chris Hartley
finished the Wetherby 10K in 1st
position in the Male O/40 category.
Looming on the horizon is the Great
North Run on Sunday. As usual,
numerous Club members will be
travelling to Gateshead to take part in
this annual event, some of whom are
running to raise money for various
charities and others just for the fun of
it! A report on the day’s events will
follow in the next report.
As the 2008 Season has already got
underway, various races have already
been earmarked for inclusion in the
Club Championship. The next event is
a 10 mile mixed terrain race over
tarmac and tracks around Harewood
on Sunday 7 October. The Thursday
evening training sessions continue to
include the mile time trials, the first of
which was completed last week.
Easingwold Advertiser and Weekly News, Saturday, 29th September, 2007
Easingwold Town AFC
Under-19s
The Galtres Centre
Market Place, Easingwold
York 01347 822472
THE ANTARCTIC
An illustrated talk by Dr Jonathan Shanklin
Member British Antarctic Survey Team.
Hear all about the Antarctic, Global
warming, and the Ozone Layer
The team alerted the world to the Ozone Layer Hole.
FRIDAY, 12th OCTOBER 2007
at 7.30 p.m.
Tickets available from the Galtres Centre Office
Adults £4. Children £2
Event supported by Christian Aid
also contribution from proceeds.
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YORK CONCERT BAND
Saturday 13th October 2007
at 7.30 p.m.
Tickets available from the Galtres Centre Office or
on the door. Adults £6. Children £4
Bar and Refreshments available
The Carlton Inn
(sponsored by York Heating)
Easingwold 3 Wigginton 4
Last week Easingwold came back
from a goal down to snatch a 3-3
draw. This week they pulled back from
1-3 down to draw level only for a goal
in the last five minutes to defeat them.
This was an absorbing match with
both teams having periods in control
and times when they were on the back
foot. Both teams scored when they
had been under pressure and the
balance of the game was in doubt right
until the final whistle.
With four players out injured, two
more playing with injuries, and
another three unavailable, the
Easingwold team had to be reshuffled
from last week. That’s bound to upset
the rhythm and shape but there’s a lot
of depth in the squad and the early
part of the game saw Easingwold
settle down to a very positive
performance. Henley and Magill were
denied in a scramble at the near post
and the home team took the game to
Wigginton. After about 20 minutes the
visitors began to get on top
territorially but were denied by a very
solid back four and keeper.
Ironically it was after this that
Easingwold struck. Clegg, who had an
excellent match, played Wilsdon
through and his crisp shot into the
corner gave the keeper no chance.
With a little more incisiveness in the
passing, and more thought about the
angles of the passes, then more may
have come but Wigginton struck back
with two goals in five minutes to put
them in front at the break.
A superb wing-to-wing move almost
created an equaliser in a strong start
to the second period but Wigginton
broke to the other end. Berry came
and made the block but the ball ran
loose to a player about 25 yards out
who hit a half volley screaming into
the top corner. Brilliant goal or fluke, it
looked good.
For a while things looked sticky but
fighting spirit came through with two
players who had come on as subs
pulling Easingwold level. Williamson
volleyed home at the back post and
then Lawrance stole in to score a fine
goal. He tested the keeper again with a
rasping cross shot and the finale was
evenly balanced. With just a few
minutes to go Wigginton scored their
fourth with a powerful header but even
then the home team nearly got a
deserved point with Wilsdon forcing a
fine save from the goalie.
Some very good stuff in periods and
a full 90 minutes of it will see the
victories come.
Team: J Berry, R Henley, J
Brenndorfer, B Stirk, A Rawcliffe, C
Magill, J Walker, M Clegg, L Baudouin,
G Wilsdon, F Walker, T Williamson, J
Lawrance.
Churches Together
in Easingwold and
District
Author and lecturer Leo Buscaglia
once talked about a contest he had
been asked to judge. The purpose of
the contest was to find the most
caring child. The winner was a fouryear-old child whose next-door
neighbour was an elderly gentleman
who had recently lost his wife.
Upon seeing the man cry, the little
boy went into the old gentleman’s
garden, climbed onto his lap, and just
sat there.
When his mother asked him what he
had said to the neighbour, the little boy
said, ‘Nothing, I just helped him cry.’
Words are important. The right
words at the right time can bring
healing and comfort; or challenge and
stimulate progress. Inappropriate
words can cause anger, division or
pain. However, sometimes we need
the instinctive wisdom of a child that
deems words unnecessary. ‘Being
there’ for someone is far more
important than worrying about
whether we say the ‘wrong thing’.
The psalmist puts it this way “May
the words of my mouth and the
meditation of my heart be acceptable
to you, O Lord, my rock and my
redeemer” – a prayer that need not be
confined to preachers or public
speakers, but could be a daily prayer
for us all.
Stillington FC
Fixtures Saturday 29th September
1st team away at Post Office
Meet at the White Bear at 12:45pm
or at the ground at 1:30pm.
Team from: D Coulson, W Linton,
J Brenndorfer, L Calder, P Bell, A
Bannerman, S Martin, R Hutchinson,
S Dziurzynski, J Anderson, S Speck,
R Steel, A N Other.
2nd team at home v Terrington
Meet at the ground at 1:15pm.
Team from: B Milburn, B Walker,
G Burgess, P Bannerman, J Milburn,
A Robson, M Kay, J Inman, M Cook,
J Slater, S Linton, J Cartwright.
First League Game for Girls
Easingwold Town’s Girls Under 14s
side eventually played their first league
game last Saturday, drawing 1-1 with
Copmanthorpe. The 11 a side league,
which the girls originally registered
for, sadly collapsed with not enough
teams to warrant a league. However, a
7 a side was set up, which Easingwold
duly entered.
With an exceptional turn out of 12
girls, coach Mark Sherwood had to
rotate his players ensuring all the girls
got a taste of competitive football.
Easingwold started well, with Emma
Cockerill looking dangerous up front
for the home side, but they were
unable to carve out many clear-cut
chances. But after 10 minutes Abi
Lunn’s shot found the back of the net
to put Easingwold in front at half time.
Copmanthorpe
looked
more
dangerous in the second half with
Easingwold captain Becky Cattley
standing firm in the heart of the home
side’s defence. The visitors then
grabbed a goal back midway through
the half and almost stole all the points
but for an excellent save from ‘keeper
Sara Cooper who kept the scores level
at full time. This was an encouraging
performance from the Easingwold
girls who go to Wigginton
Grasshoppers next week looking for
their first win.
Present a
Concert
of Popular, Swing and Original Music
at Easingwold School 7.30 p.m.
on Saturday 6th October 2007
Light refreshments available during interval
Tickets £5.00 (£4.00 concessions) available from
01347 811766 or on the door
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Sundays 12 - 2.30, 7 - 9
We use only the best local produce
Everything is Homemade from Bread to Ice Cream
Bar Menu available lunchtimes (excluding Sundays)
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Main Courses £7.95
Sunday Lunch Main Course only £8.25
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Tues. 2nd Oct. ‘BORARAY PARTY’
Jewellery, Handbags and accessories. Selling at 7 p.m.
Pop in before Ladies’ Darts and browse or buy
early Christmas presents or book your own party.
12th Oct.
19th Oct.
28th Oct.
31st Oct.
Live Music with “SOMETHING NASTY”
ROB DONNELLY
Beautiful voice of VINNEY
HALLOWE’EN PARTY IN THE BARN
Tickets available now £4 per child to include tea
and disco
Prizes for Best Dressed Costumes, 3 age groups for
children 0-11 years of age. 5.30 p.m. - 7.30 p.m.
Plus monies for Yorkshire Air Ambulance Presentation
Xmas Party Menus and Boxing Day Menu
Available to Take-Away in October
Minimum of 10 people in each party for Xmas
Bookings only – Boxing Day Bookings Only
14th Dec. FATHER CHRISTMAS WILL BE AT
THE COMMERCIAL Waiting for your letters.
£1 per child including small gift from 4 pm to 6 pm
Deli No: 1
Win a Seafood Platter Competition!!
The prize for our competition has not been claimed so the
competition will be re-run for 1 week and a winner will be
picked at random on Saturday 6th October at 1 pm.
So bring your tickets and join us for the draw. To gain an
entry spend £10 or more in one transaction this week.
(This time phone numbers will be taken!!)
Tantalise Your Taste Buds at;
1 Tylers Walk, Easingwold.
Just off the Market Place, Behind the Chemist.
Orders Taken, Tel: 01347 823 434.
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The World Scout
Jamboree 2007
My experience at the jamboree was
one of the best, if not THE BEST
experience of my life. The entire
atmosphere of the jamboree was
brilliant, it opened your eyes to the
diversity of other cultures. For
example if you went to other camps
for troop meals, it showed you the
food, beliefs and habits of other
countries. Our unit in particular had
many of these troop exchange meals.
I personally went to two other camps
to have dinner and stayed behind once
to host another contingent. The ones I
went to were the Hong Kong and
Indonesia camps and we hosted the
Japanese camp. At the Hong Kong
camp we sampled what sort of food
they made using British ingredients
and we used traditional methods of
eating the food by means of chop
sticks and bowls but because we had
pork steaks a lot of people caved in
and had to use knives to eat the meat.
The Indonesian meal was a complete
contrast where we had authentic
Indonesian food and drink which they
cooked themselves from scratch. Also
at that dinner were French and Indian
scouts.
At the jamboree there were many fun
filled activities such as SPLASH a
water activities day organised and run
by the Tholthorpe Villagers, Richard
and Clair Adams. This day gave
everyone the opportunity to do
kayaking, raft building, rowing, bell
boating as well as a range of sailing. I
personally did kayaking which was a
great fun.
Other activities were Starburst. A
day’s community service. Gilwell
adventure which was an adventure
activities and information day. Other
activities were Aquaville and Terraville
which were food, culture and activity
tents from every nation at the
jamboree. A multitude of other
activities were available such as
baseball and lacrosse from the
American section, a Finnish sauna, an
array of games from Turkey and other
places. I even tried the Salsa Latin
American dancing.
The Global development boulevard,
Globus centres, Global faiths and
beliefs centre, Energise were a small
sample of places to go in free-time. It
was also great fun to go and meet
internationals, meet friends, go badge
swapping, go to the plaza or just chill
in your sub camp.
The main events were the
ceremonies and parties, there were
three main ceremonies: the opening
ceremony, the sunrise ceremony
celebrating 100 years of scouting, and
the closing ceremony. There were also
three main parties: one for all UK
participants the day before the
internationals arrived, the opening
party for everyone and the party for
peace on the scouting sunrise day. But
the best part of the jamboree was
meeting other people from all over the
world and also giving and receiving
cards so you can keep in contact after
the jamboree. The worst part of the
jamboree was the fact that it had to
end and saying goodbye to all my new
foreign friends in the knowledge that
we may never meet again.
May I take this opportunity to
express my appreciation to everyone
who contributed in making my
Jamboree Experience possible.
Steven Back
August 2007
Kyle Valley Scouts Tholthorpe
Harvest Festival
This picture was taken at St Martin’s,
Ampleforth Pre-Prep Harvest Festival
Service which was held on Thursday
20th September.
Easingwold Advertiser and Weekly News, Saturday, 29th September, 2007
RASKELF ROAD, EASINGWOLD
INGS VIEW, TOLLERTON
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Three Bedrooms
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Two Bathrooms
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RECTORY CORNER, BRANDSBY
Extended Family Home
Four Double Bedrooms
Two Reception Rooms
Large Dining Kitchen
Two Bathrooms
GCH and Double Glazing
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Offers in the region of £319,950
Boroughbridge
01423 320820
Detached Country Home
Three Bedrooms
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Stunning Views
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Offers in excess of £325,000
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Thirsk
01845 574574
Offers in the region of £299,950
Ripon
01765 602400
Easingwold Advertiser and Weekly News, Saturday, 29th September, 2007
PEBBLE COURT, EASINGWOLD
BACK LANE, EASINGWOLD
Link Detached Bungalow
Three Bedrooms
Large Sitting Room
Kitchen with Appliances
Bathroom and En-suite
GCH and Double Glazing
Garage and Private Gardens
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Three Bedrooms
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GCH and Double Glazing
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One/Two Reception Rooms
Breakfast Kitchen
Garage plus Outbuildings
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Viewing Essential
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Offers in the region of £272,500
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KNOTT LANE, EASINGWOLD
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Four Bedrooms
Two Reception Rooms
GCH and Double Glazing
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Easingwold Advertiser and Weekly News, Saturday, 29th September, 2007
Pond Cottage of Stillington
Quality pine oak antiques collectables
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What’s on at
The Tuns
Friday 28th Sept.
KARAOKE 9.30 start
Friday Night
FISH & CHIPS
£4.95
Thursday Nights
STEAK NIGHT
2 for £12
Sunday Lunch
12 - 3 pm
Easingwold Town
Juniors AFC
Results 23/9/07
U9s
No Match
U10s
Fulford 1 Easingwold Hawks 0
(Player of the Match: Max Cosgrove)
Fulford 3 Easingwold Harriers 1
(Scorer: Liam Ormston, Player of the
Match: Oliver Anderson)
U11s
Haxby 2 Easingwold Hawks 2
(Scorer: Rowan Capper 2, Player of
the Match: Zak Booth)
U12s
No Match
U13s
Easingwold 3 Thorpe 4 (Scorers: Jez
Lowe 2 & Matt Williams, Player of the
Match: Rob Galtrey)
U14s
Bishopthorpe 7 Easingwold 2
(Scorers: Tom Cosgrove & Nathan
Hussein, Player of the Match: Tim
Bouduin)
U15s
Haxby 1 Easingwold 7 (Scorers:
Jordan Brown 3, James Hoskins 2,
Chris Brown & Angus Taylor, Player of
the Match: Angus Taylor)
U16s
No Match
U19s
Easingwold
3
Wigginton
Grasshoppers 4 (Scorers: Greg
Wilsden, James Lawrence & Tom
Williamson)
U14s Girls
Easingwold 1 Copmanthorpe 1
(Scorer Abbi Lunn)
Wayfarers:
Dales Dawdle
On 23rd of September a good
turnout of Easingwold Wayfarers
headed off in great walking weather
for a ramble in Wensleydale.
Compared to our last somewhat
strenuous outing on the Moors, this
pleasant walk circling Jervaulx Abbey
was indeed a dawdle.
We parked the cars at East Witton,
just past Masham and Jervaulx. This
is a pretty little village with a wide
green that gave ample opportunities
for parking.
Paul Walliss had planned this 9 mile
hike which was to take us in an
anticlockwise loop around Jervaulx
Abbey although we did not see the
abbey at all. This was a walk of good
paths and tracks and generally fairly
level. However we had to start the day
with a climb up the hill on the south
side of the dale to the little village of
Ellingstring.
On the way up the hill we passed a
graveyard without a church.
Apparently this was left in place after
the church was relocated to East
Witton. We also passed Waterloo
Farm, named according to the year the
farmhouse was built. Near the top of
the hill we stopped for coffee in the
shelter of a wall. The views from here
down into the dale were delightful.
After leaving Ellingstring we turned
downhill and southward until we
reached the River Ure at Kilgram
Bridge. This is a well preserved bridge
of Norman origin. Interestingly the
Romans also crossed the river at this
point and the remains of the Roman
ford supporting the current bridge
have been found by scholars. Our
interest was more in the scenery. We
looked down over the gently flowing,
wide Ure with its wooded banks. Here
was a lone fly fisherman in the river in
search of trout.
We then turned westward up the
dale to the quiet, peaceful village of
Thornton Steward. This stretch was
through pastures with magnificent
views towards Penn Hill. On the
outskirts of the village we came to St
Oswald’s Church which was an ideal
spot for lunch and the group
photograph. This is reputed to be the
oldest church in Wensleydale with the
present structure dating back to
Norman times. The site has been a
place of worship since the 7th century.
The last three miles took us back to
the river passing Danby Hall. This is a
large, well proportioned house that
dates back to the 14th century. We
recrossed the Ure at Ulshaw Bridge
just before crossing the River Cover,
using a narrow stone bridge. The last
half mile to East Witton was over
pasture.
This had been another great day’s
walking with ideal conditions. Next
time we head east to Broxa-CumTroutsdale.
Easingwold Advertiser and Weekly News, Saturday, 29th September, 2007
Sessay CC
The New Inn
Tholthorpe
Tel: 01347 838329
STAFF WANTED
2nd Chef
Trainee Chef
Bar Person
Waiter/Waitress
Kitchen Porter
Contact: Cameron or Gill
The Blue Bell, Alne
Tel. 01347 838331
Now recruiting for
PART-TIME STAFF
RESTAURANT STAFF
FULL OR PART-TIME KITCHEN PORTER
FULL-TIME COMMIS CHEF
Contact: Annette and Michael
The Friends of Alne Hall
Invite you to join them on
Wednesday 10th October 2007
at 7.30 p.m. in the Galtres Centre,
Easingwold when local social historian
DULCIE LEWIS will give a hilarious and
nostalgic look back to the good old days in
North Yorkshire when such things as privies,
tin baths, dolly tubs were common place in our
homes. ‘Down the Pan’ will stir up lots of happy
memories. Hope you can make it.
Tickets £7.00 to include a choice of wine, coffee
or tea, available from Alternatives, Easingwold,
Alne Hall Charity Shop, Long Street,
Easingwold, Alne Hall Cheshire Home.
For more information ring 01347 838295
Sessay U12s are League
Runners-up
Having won their first seven Thirsk
and District League matches, Sessay
U12s lost their only match of the ten
match season by the narrow margin of
three runs, when they visited
Northallerton, who ultimately lifted the
league title. Nevertheless, 2007 has
once again proved to be a very
rewarding one for the club’s most
junior team under the sage guidance
of coach John Flintoff.
Particularly pleasing is the excellent
team spirit generated by a blend of
youngsters ranging in age from 8 to
12 years, attending several different
schools and captained by the League’s
only female player.
Every one of the sixteen players in
the squad made a significant
contribution at some stage and the
policy of introducing younger players
at suitable opportunities provides
them with valuable experience as they
move up the age range.
There were various notable
performances during the season not
least from Ben Scaling and James
Sowerby who both claimed hat-tricks
versus Scorton and Hutton Rudby
respectively; also Hugo Adams who
took five wickets in an innings against
Stokesley. Karl Carver completed the
season having scored 73 runs without
losing his wicket at any stage.
Felix Adams, Karl Carver, Charlie
McGivern and Jess Watson trialled for
junior county teams and all played
representative cricket at some level.
Ultimately, Felix Adams played for
Yorkshire Schools’ U11 team and Jess
Watson played for Yorkshire Women’s
U13s and U15s.
The Night the Fat Lady changed
her Tune
Sillars Shield Cup Final –
Sessay U12 v Northallerton U12
Following comfortable victories in
the previous two rounds over Hutton
Rudby and Stokesley respectively,
Sessay travelled to Thirsk CC seeking
revenge over Northallerton, the only
team to beat Sessay during the league
campaign.
A bright balmy late August evening
quickly assumed a distinctly chilly feel
for the Sessay team and its
supporters. Having won the toss and
chosen to bat, Sessay’s scoring rate
was painfully slow in the face of some
accurate bowling from Northallerton.
Wickets tumbled as Sessay declined
to a truly abysmal 181 for 6 after 12
overs (having started on 200).
However, the last pair of captain Jess
Watson (11*) and Karl Carver (6*)
kept their wickets intact and partially
restored the situation to post a merely
woeful total of 198.
Understandably, the Northallerton
camp was conspicuously upbeat at the
change of innings. This state of illconcealed confidence had risen
further by the end of the 12th over of
the Northallerton innings as the score
had progressed steadily to 219 with
only a couple of minor mishaps.
By this stage Sessay’s main strike
bowlers had all bowled their maximum
quota of overs and failed to make a
telling impression on the opposition’s
weaker batsmen. James Coatsworth
(12*) had caught the eye. The Fat
Lady was well beyond the warbling
stage.
However, with Northallerton’s top
batsman facing the music, Jess
Watson hit all the right notes (and the
stumps) with a wicket maiden. On the
boundary, the boys from ‘the capital’
remained buoyant until the next over
when Felix Adams claimed two further
wickets. The mood music was
changing and continued so to do as
during the penultimate over the bails
flew on no less than three occasions
as Jess Watson brought proceedings
to a crescendo, effectively sealing a
thrilling victory as Northallerton failed
to score the 22 runs needed from the
last over. The Fat Lady was no longer
singing the same tune!
T Sowerby
M Jackson
D Atkinson
C McGivern
F Adams
H Adams
J Watson
K Carver
Extras
Basic score
sub total
wkts lost x8
TOTAL
Sessay U12
6 runs (out 1)
1 run (not out)
6 runs (out 2)
2 runs (not out)
4 runs (out 2)
0 runs (out 1)
11 runs (not out)
6 runs (not out)
10 runs
200
246
48 (deducted)
198 runs
Laverick 3-0-4-1, D Clarkson 1-0-4-0, Ross
3-0-13-1, J Clarkson 3-0-13-1,
Pears 3-1-5-0, Johnson 1-0-1-1,
Robinson 2-0-4-2.
Northallerton U12
T Robinson
7 runs (not out)
M Pears
0 runs (not out)
J Coatsworth
12 runs (not out)
J Laverick
4 runs (out 2)
A Ross
9 runs (not out)
D Clarkson
1 run (not out)
J Clarkson
3 runs (out 4)
D Johnson
9 runs (out 2)
Extras
5 runs
Basic score
200
sub total
250
wkts lost x8
64 (deducted)
TOTAL
186 runs
Carver 3-2-6-0, McGivern 3-2-4-1,
Jackson 3-0-13-1, H Adams 1-0-8-0,
Atkinson 1-0-2-0, F Adams 3-1-8-2,
Watson 2-1-5-4.
Player of the Match Award
– Jess Watson
Result – Sessay won by 12 runs.
The Minster’s Treasures
At U3A September Meeting held on
Tuesday 18th, the Chairman greeted
members and guests and in particular
six new members.
At the end of our General Meeting,
he drew attention to our Christmas
Lunch to be held in December at Burn
Hall and this year members may bring
a guest.
This month, our speaker was Louise
Hampson, Head of Collections at York
Minster, who gave a splendid and
enlightening talk about the Minster’s
Treasures. She described the Minster
as a living Cathedral Church – not a
museum.
E Mann
Top trophy arrives at
Crayke pub
Michael Ibbotson, proprietor of The
Durham Ox in Crayke, has returned
home from honeymoon with a
surprise wedding present – the award
of AA Pub of the Year, which was
presented at a gala dinner at the
Intercontinental Hotel in London.
Michael commented, “We are
delighted to have been publicly
recognised by the AA. This award
proves that pubs can be food driven,
have good wine lists, proper kitchens
and professional service without
losing their traditions.”
The Ibbotson family bought The
Durham Ox – named after a fabled
19th century beast that roamed the
area – more than eight years ago.
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New Menu and New Chef
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Extended Opening Hours
New Menus
Lunch – Tues. to Sat. 12 pm to 2.30 pm
Table D’hote – Tues. and Wed. 6 pm to 9.30 pm
(2 and 3 course Special)
A la Carte – Thurs. to Sat. 6 pm to 9.30 pm
Sunday Lunch served from 12 pm to 8 pm
Tea and Coffee served throughout the day
Reservations: Tel: 01845 597315
THE ROEBUCK INN, BAGBY, THIRSK, YO7 2PF
Fresh Young Face at Polar Ford Thirsk
Local business Polar Ford Thirsk,
part of the Ford Retail Group wholly
owned by Ford Motor Company, has a
new Sales Manager, Richard Preston.
Richard, aged 24, swaps the world
of fast food for the world of fast cars,
having worked as a Shift Manager at
McDonalds in Knaresborough before
joining Polar Ford.
The new young management team
includes sales executive James
Tebbutt, who has joined Polar Ford
Thirsk from Citroën dealer Evans
Halshaw.
“Polar Ford offers a very high
standard of customer service and I am
delighted to be heading up the sales
team,” said Richard Preston.
In North Yorkshire Polar Ford has
dealerships in Thirsk, York and
Scarborough.
Michael Ibbotson with the AA Pub of
the Year trophy
Since then, they have maintained the
‘village pub’ character which it exudes.
Michael Ibbotson explained: “We
wanted to be a pub with good food, as
opposed to a restaurant with a bar, so
we produce simple dishes, using local
produce and the best ingredients.
“At the same time, we offer
somewhere where you can just as
easily order a glass of champagne as a
pint of beer. While we have
significantly enhanced the dining
experience, we have also managed to
retain the support of local drinkers.”
Although the pub’s wine cellar has
100 bins – of which 12 are served by
the glass – its range of beers includes
two guest ales, which are changed
weekly, and the pub is listed in the
Campaign for Real Ale Guide.
By having two joint head chefs, the
pub is able to offer food seven days a
week and avoid the ‘chef’s night-off
syndrome’.
With the assistance of General
Richard Preston, new Sales Manager at Polar Ford Thirsk
Manager Zoe Slagle and Front of
House Manager Johnnie Parkhurst,
the Durham Ox has developed a
welcoming and relaxed atmosphere.
Roaring fires in winter and peaceful
garden and sun terrace have made it
an all-year-round destination and
helped it become the success it is
today.
Peter Birnie, the AA’s Chief Hotel and
Restaurant Inspector commented,
“We selected The Durham Ox as Pub
of the Year because of the obvious
commitment which has gone into
making this pub a desirable location
through its dedication to providing
only the best of food, wines and beers.
The proper pub food, including
traditional dishes such as Welsh
rarebit and braised lamb shank, is a
refreshing move away from new
gastro cuisine, which alongside the
beautiful bedrooms, ample venue
space and delightful garden prove this
to be a pub of extremely high
standards”.
Easingwold Advertiser and Weekly News, Saturday, 29th September, 2007
Jack Morse 1876 – 1968
Sam Morse of Parkfield, Stillington
brought in these memories and
photos of his father Jack, whom came
to Easingwold from Ludlow when his
mother Mrs S Beesley took over the
Commercial in the Market Place in the
late 19th century.
Until retirement, Jack spent his
working life on the Easingwold
Railway and there is a photo of him
taken in 1905 alongside the old ‘Coffee
Pot’ as the engine was known at the
time. His appearance was always
immaculate whether at work or play
and his crowning glory were his
boots, which were polished to a sheen
not seen since. So impressed were
Cherry
Blossom,
the
polish
manufacturers, that they used him in
their advertising and presented him
with a large box of their products.
In his spare time he acted as MC at
local dances and the photo shows him
officiating at a dance at Easingwold
School in the late 1950s. After
retirement he used to help in the office
of The Advertiser where his writing
was seen as a work of art (see
example).
Jack and Alice cutting their Golden Wedding cake
Easingwold School Show Jumping Team Success!
Four girls from Easingwold
Secondary School made it to the finals
of the prestigious Harrogate Ladies
College Team Show Jumping
Challenge last Sunday.
Livia Gillam, Evie Johnson, and
sisters Georgia and Izzy Rae took on
27 other teams of under 15-year-olds
in the competition held in the Main
Arena at the Yorkshire Showground.
Each team competes over two
rounds of progressively larger jumps
and then the top six teams go head to
head in a nail biting jump off. The girls
were in second place after the first two
rounds and so qualified easily for the
final. The scores are then removed
and everyone starts afresh for that
final all important round. The girls
really went for the time in the final, but
in doing so had a few more fences
down than the other teams.
They finished up in sixth place and
enjoyed the unexpected thrill of a
gallop round the hallowed turf.
Captain Georgia Rae said: “We didn’t
expect to reach the final of such a
competitive event on our first attempt
and we intend to go back next year
and do even better!”.
Jack’s wife Alice was also long lived
and died in 1967 at the age of 88. Sam
Morse, his youngest son, who brought
in this information, is now 92 years
old and looks as though he will go on
well past his century and is thought to
have had a driving licence longer than
anyone in the area, his first licence
date being May 1930.
Mrs S Beesley
Sam Morse
Burn Hall
Hotel Launch
Leaves crowds on fire as events
team pull out all the stops for a
memorable day out
Burn Hall Hotel in Huby, York
celebrated its official launch with
hundreds of guests arriving to mark
the occasion and toast the success of
the landmark venue, including
Emmerdale character ‘Laurel Thomas’.
The events team at Burn Hall had
prepared for all eventualities, the only
thing out of their control was the
weather, but they needn’t have
worried…. the sun was shining and
the hotel was ready to greet its first
guests with Champagne and canapés.
A thunder in the skies above proved
a little worrying for onlookers but all
became clear when four RAF aircraft
from Linton on Ouse provided an
amazing display at 250 feet above the
hotel.
General Manager, Peter Auld said:
“It’s a great day for us here at Burn
Hall – and I’m delighted to see
everyone here enjoying themselves
and getting the chance to see our
great venue and facilities. All the
proceeds made here today will be
donated to Cancer Research UK, a
charity which does fantastic work to
support people with Cancer and their
friends and family. I hope you enjoy
the day and that many of you come
back and take advantage of our Hotel’s
introductory rates – we’re very proud
of our venue and we want to spread
the good news!”
Mr Auld was joined by celebrity
guest Charlotte Bellamy (Laurel
Thomas from Emmerdale) who cut the
red ribbon for the official opening of
the venue. With a cheer from the
crowd the party carried on throughout
the afternoon.
The hotel’s beautiful landscaped
gardens were scattered with local craft
stalls, a stunning display of vintage
cars supplied by Superior Motor Cars
lined the driveway and an amazing
Kata tent – a tipi style tent which were
pioneered by the Sami people of
Lapland – took prime position on the
front lawns of the hotel.
Music was played by the Pavilion
string quartet which drifted through
the corridors along with the sweet
smells of the chef’s barbecue and
Sunday carvery.
The catwalk, which featured outfits
from Elizabeth of York, Pronuptia,
High Society, Cachet and York Hire
men’s wear, was held in the
magnificent main function room
followed by the auction where Burn
Hall guests had the chance to bid
against each other and win some
wonderful prizes.
To keep the children entertained
Burn Hall provided pony rides, face
painters, a treasure hunt, magicians, a
bouncy castle, carrousel rides, a story
teller and even a rodeo bull!
As the evening drew to a close
guests watched the amazing firework
display and danced to the latest hits
provided by Night Owls in the hotel’s
Bensons Bar.
Easingwold Advertiser and Weekly News, Saturday, 29th September, 2007
Easingwold Dovecote
Looking for a local van
or HGV repair centre
with many years
experience in both
mechanical and body
repairs/rebuilds?
We have the latest diagnostic
equipment and our new rolling
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Please call in or telephone
for more information
01904 768230
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Hours are negotiable
If you feel this position might
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FOR SALE
One large leather settee, mid
brown, Laura Ashley ‘Kendal’.
Excellent condition
£250
Two cord settees, sand colour.
Excellent condition
The Developer’s view
At the beginning of the month it was
reported in The Advertiser that
Hambleton
District
Council’s
Development Control Committee had
refused permission for Dovecote
Developments Limited to demolish
and rebuild the historic dovecote
behind Chase Garth, Long Street.
The company are currently
constructing several town houses
around the dovecote; The Advertiser
spoke to Mike Almond about why the
company wish to demolish the
existing building, which is in a
Conservation Area.
Dovecote Developments Limited are
building environmentally friendly
carbon neutral homes, with modern
insulation and solar heating. Mike
argues that the cost of heating the
dovecote alone would be as much if
not more than the rest of the site put
together, whereas if they were to
rebuild it they would use modern
materials and insulate the dovecote to
the same standard as the houses. He
says, “We don’t want to change the
outside appearance of it, we’ll keep it
looking like a dovecote. We’ll still put
the same roof on it, we’ll put the
pigeon loft on the top so it looks like a
dovecote. But buildings have a life the
same as human beings and they
outgrow their use… sooner or later
you have to take them down and
rebuild them and in my opinion that’s
what needs to be done here.”
Mike continues: “We’ve had a
structural engineer do an assessment
of it and they’ve condemned the
building, they want it taking down and
rebuilding. The professional planning
officers at Hambleton District Council
Tollerton Bridge Group
spot in a close-fought Howell contest
with a score of 54.17%. They were:
Sheila Allen and Brian Walker
Ann Richards and Ruth Little
Barbara Twigg and Roger Stevenson
The group welcomes players of all
abilities,
especially
terrified
improvers, rusty returners and patient
Wednesday 19 September
Season of mists and mellow
fruitfulness
(and
absentee
holidaymakers) meant a thin turnout
for our weekly meeting. However,
three pairs shared the top ranking
WANTED
TWO ACRES OF
GRASS LAND
The dovecote on Chase Garth
Brendella
Winter
Skirts
From
£150 each
One large timber dog kennel
with enclosed run.
Ideal for two large dogs
£250
Tel. 01347 823610
or 07740 775324
For horses.
To rent or buy.
Tel. 07854 088985
GREY VILLAGE HALL
Sutton-on-the-Forest
is looking for volunteers to
review promotional CDs
for the paper.
If this sounds of interest
to you
Please contact
Claire on
01347 821329
(Mon-Fri 8.30-5pm)
AVAILABLE
FOR HIRE
An ideal venue for children’s
parties and social events
Contact the bookings
secretary 01347 810948
CASH PAID
WANTED
For Scrap Cars,
Vans, Trucks,
MoT Failures
ROUGH
SHOOTING LAND
24 hour recovery
+ vehicle delivery
Experienced, licensed and
insured local
Rabbits, pigeons, crows, etc.
01423 331312
07789 553654
07776 262500
Call Greg on
01904 637404 or
07739 763294
SOME FIN FISHY
STILLINGTON VILLAGE HALL
Fish, pets and reptiles.
Dry goods and livefoods.
TABLE
TOP SALES
Also doing small animal
boarding, children’s parties
and gifts.
Open Monday-Saturday, 10-5
07960 807870
144 Long Street, Easingwold
Begin again on
Sunday, 7th October
9am to 1pm
Home made produce,
bric-a-brac and bargains
Refreshments
£6 a table
To book ring 01347 810465
We are
temporarily at
The George Hotel
are recommending it to be rebuilt. It’s
only the local planning committee
that’s made up of un-elected
volunteers, unprofessional as well in
any building knowledge, that’s decided
they want to keep it.”
Mike is disappointed that a plan for
the building’s future wasn’t decided
upon with planners at an earlier stage
if they had wanted to incorporate it
into the development.
The application to demolish and
rebuild the dovecote was heard at an
Easingwold Town Council meeting in
June where councillors expressed
their wish to see it refused and
requested the matter be considered by
the Development Control Committee.
In July this committee deferred a
decision to receive information on the
suitability of the building for
conversion. In August, as previously
reported, after hearing support and
objection to the application,
permission was refused as “the
proposal would result in the loss of a
building of historic value and
significance to the conservation area.”
The decision was contrary to the
recommendation of the Director of
Planning and Environmental Services.
players who remember the days when
their kness, too, were knocking.
YORK VAN CENTRE LTD
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FOR A DAY
Hire top quality suits,
kilts and accessories
Brochure and swatch
book available
Including:
40 jacket, trouser, kilt;
45 waistcoat designs,
standard, premier and silk;
over 60 accessory swatches
including new silk range
Competitive prices
Contact:
MOBILE SUIT HIRE 4 MEN
visit www.i-do.uk.com
Tel. 01347 838216
SALSA STEPS
FOR FUN
Just come to
Catholic Church Hall,
Long Street, Easingwold
Five weeks, £25
From Friday, 5th October
7pm enrolling
www.yorkvancentre.co.uk
EVENING
JANITOR
REQUIRED
2008 Season
TAIZE
WORSHIP
Have the benefit of a first
class break crop and a
very good rent payment
to suit
A joint Anglican
and Methodist
Service
Tel. 01845 501581 or
07703 528483
at Easingwold Parish Church
Church Hill
All Seasons Turf
This Sunday (30th Sept)
at 6.30pm
Lawn Turf Supplies
Everyone welcome
FULLY FURNISHED
MODERN ONE BEDROOM
APARTMENT
WOODPECKERS
JOINERY
In Easingwold Centre
For all joinery jobs
around the house
and garden
Call Greg on 07739 763294
or 01904 637404
In the Galtres Centre
POTATO
LAND WANTED
Tel. 01904 470170
Committed to curing Arthritis
£550 pcm + bills
30th September, at 10.30am
For further details
contact Val Creasey
01347 824121
in aid of
Large bedroom, lounge, kitchen
and bathroom with shower. On
street car parking
Sunday
Morning Service
and Kingdom Kidz
Monday-Friday, 5pm-7pm
M.O.T.
Class 4, 5 and 7
All cars and vans
Full garage facilities
ARTHRITIS RESEARCH
Various stalls
Coffee and biscuits £1
www.easingwoldcommunitychurch.org
at NYFR Training Centre
SPECIALISTS IN
SUPPLYING NEW AND
USED COMMERCIAL
VEHICLES
CHARITY
COFFEE MORNING
at Easingwold
Methodist Church
time 10am – 12 noon
date Friday, 5th October
EASINGWOLD
COMMUNITY
CHURCH
Call Richard Hancock
on 01845 501114 or
mobile 07866 004546
OULSTON VILLAGE HALL
DOMINO
DRIVES
Starting
Thursday, 4th October
7.30pm
First Thursday in each
month thereafter
Please note increased entry
£1.50
Lawn Preparation & Laying
Country pub has
KITCHEN
FOR RENT
Would be ideal as a pizza
or curry takeaway
Fully fitted kitchen. Low set up
costs. Already has customer base.
Please call 07858 957130
to book a viewing
COME AND JOIN IN
THE BIG STIR
at 1 Oaktree Sawmills,
Huby
Enjoy coffee and company
while supporting Macmillan
Nurses
Friday, 28th September
Old Lawns Removed
Mechanical Grass Seeding
01347 868167
www.lawn-turf.com
FOREST OF
GALTRES
CAMERA CLUB
Slides, Prints, Digital Imaging
The club meets every Monday
at 7.45pm in the Parish Rooms,
Tanpit Lane, Easingwold
All welcome
The next meeting is
Monday, 1st October
Everyone welcome
MEMBERS’ EVENING
For more information ring
01347 810691
When members will be showing
slides and digital images
Easingwold Advertiser and Weekly News, Saturday, 29th September, 2007
BUCHANAN
SATELLITES
DAVE EDGAR
SOLID FUEL MERCHANT
Sky Approved Engineer
• Sky installation/moving home
• Multi-systems (Sky to extra rooms)
• TV/Tel points
• Aerials
• Freeview
• New and reconditioned Sky boxes
T/A J A RENNISON
& SON
01423 360773 (Helperby)
07793 085433 (mobile)
IN PAIN?
HELEN STAINSBY
(BSc Hons, Dip RM)
Remedial massage and physical therapy
Please ring for further information.
Weekend/Evening appointments
available
01347 824560
07941 136685
ROSE BOWER
GARAGE
Easingwold, York
COMMERCIAL VEHICLE SALES
2002 52 VAUXHALL Corsa Diesel
Van. Two owners, 66,000 miles ...
..................................POA no VAT
2001 Y FORD Transit 260......POA
2004 04 FORD Connect LWB Van.
46,000 miles..............£6,350+VAT
2000 V Transit Tipper. 62,000
miles..........................£5,995+VAT
03 53 Vauxhall Astra Automatic, 5
door 9,000 miles ...............£5,995
2003 53 Ford Ranger 2WD
Pickup. In white. CL, PAS, CD, EW,
20,000 miles. One owner..............
..................................£5,200+VAT
2004 54 Nissan Kubistar (Kangoo
Van). In white. PAS, CL, CD, EW.
29,000 miles..............£4,995+VAT
2002 FORD Ka Van. 44,000 miles,
FSH, one owner ............................
..................................£2,650+VAT
2002 02 FORD Ka Van. 37,000
miles, FSH, one owner..................
..................................£2,595+VAT
1997 Peugeot Boxer 270. 52,000
miles, roof rack, PAS ....................
.............................£2,595 No VAT
TO CLEAR No PX or Warranty
1997 P Combo. 35,000 miles ....
................................£1,500+VAT
01347 821 326
07973 725 212
www.rosebowergarage.co.uk
Call Dave Edgar now on
York 01904 499129 or
mobile 07957 982826
1 hour taped readings
1 - 3 persons
HOME VISITS BY
PROFESSIONAL
Grasp Opportunities
Questions answered
Manage Relationships
What does the future hold?
Tel: 01423 866191
Full details on request
• Architectural Metalwork
• Engineering Supplies
• Specialist Fabrication & Engineering
Tel: 01904 768230
Fax: 01904 765946
For all your engineering
consumable needs
SHERIFF HUTTON
REFRIGERATION
Dudley Hill Farm,
Sheriff Hutton, York YO60 6RU
Tel/Fax: 01347 878466
GUY UNSWORTH
Supplier of washing machines,
dishwashers, tumble driers,
fridges, fridge/freezers
and freezers
Slightly blemished,
full manufacturers’ warranty
EXCEPTION-L
SCHOOL OF
MOTORING
MOSS’S
MOTORS
Nursery Garage
York Road, Thirsk
01347 844025
07710070990
CAR & VAN HIRE
Pass Plus/Motorway
Block booking discounts
Door to door
home/school/work
CALL FOR DETAILS
TEL.
SEASONED
HARDWOOD
LOGS
01845 522042
Including:
Mig Wire/Mig Torch Parts
Gas Welding Equipment
and Cutting
Cutting Discs/Grinding Discs
Flap Discs/General Tools
Call in or ring for more
information
WANTED
ALL CHEAP CARS,
VANS, PICK-UPS,
4x4s, MOTORBIKES,
CARAVANS, PLANT &
MACHINERY
£40 paid scrap
vehicles
Brian Fall
AutoRefinishing
UNIT 10 • THIRSK INDUSTRIAL
PARK • THIRSK
Tel: Work (01845) 523639
Mobile: 078143 74288
★ RESPRAYS ★
★ ACCIDENT DAMAGE ★
★ PANEL BEATING ★
★ TOUCH UPS ★
★ FREE ESTIMATES ★
WORKMANSHIP
GUARANTEED
Mobile Hairdressing by Kellie Blakeman
R Turner
mobile: 07799 386 326
work: 01347 868012
address: The Lair, Coxwold,
York YO61 4AD
Plastering, Tiling &
General Building
email:
[email protected]
Tel: 07787 905291
Free Estimates
FREE Estimates
I specialise in treating:
• Headaches
• Neck/shoulder pain
• Low back pain and sciatica
• Foot/ankle conditions
• Sports injuries
• Arthritis
• Post operative rehabilitation
Quality British coal.
Excellent service.
Competitive prices
TAROT
E.K. Build
INSIDE OUT PROPERTY
DEVELOPMENT
All types of building
undertaken
Specialising in cellar conversions
from water proofing to
decoration. All aspects of the
work are fully insurance backed,
guaranteed.
• Groundworks
• Extensions
• Renovations
No job too big/small
Office: 01347 810674
M. Kirk: 01347 824212
Mobile: 07782 651009
JOHN LOFTHOUSE
for
HIRE
Fully insured local family business
based in Easingwold
FREE QUOTATIONS
AND FAST SERVICE
References available
Telephone
01347 823154 or 07807 255080
CARISS
JOINERY
Conservatory specialist
Building and installations
Tel: 01347 879099
Mobile: 07816 642566
(20 Years Experience)
~
ALL TYPES OF JOINERY
WORK UNDERTAKEN
~
All work considered
07717 177295
01347 868087
[email protected]
NEED
COMPUTER HELP?
SENSIBLY PRICED
PC repairs, Web Design, Virus removal,
Installation, Internet, Windows, Training, etc.
Just £20 per hour
(no other charges)
Call Andy
01347 824994 or
07708 156860 or
[email protected]
Email:
[email protected]
Helping Hanz
Painting,
Decorating & DIY
CLM
ACCIDENT
REPAIRS
You bend ’em…
…I’ll mend ’em!
Garry Langthorne
11a Carr Lane
Sutton-on-the-Forest, York YO61 1EB
Tel: 01347 811113
Mobile: 07879 285549
Tel. 0777 4647899 (mobile)
01751 431749 (eves)
Brian Pask
Free quotations
Please call
G. Elsworth: 07834 410288
Cut and split to length
Ideal for log burners
£45, £50 & £85 loads
Bags of kindling
Flail Pasture/Set aside
toppers
Parmiter post driver
Plant trailers
DIY Livery
Tel: 01347 821364
Mob: 07836 528847
CHURCH FARM
LIVERY
Myton-on-Swale, nr Helperby
SPACES AVAILABLE NOW
Facilities available to livery
customers:
Large all weather arena
Indoor arena (open winter/spring)
Excellent hacking
Lessons available by appointment
Contact Paul on
07836 752851
THREE KEY
PEOPLE
REQUIRED
To help expand successful
business, initially part-time,
self-employed, no risk, with
full coaching and support
If you are seeking a
change of direction
contact 0844 4530418
DALE PLUMBING
SERVICES
RELIABLE, PROMPT LOCAL SERVICE
FOR ALL DOMESTIC PLUMBING
WORK
“CHEAPEST SKIPS AROUND”
WHAT WE CAN OFFER YOU
We can help whatever your waste disposal
requirements, from a house/garden
clearance to larger building contracts.
SO DON’T DELAY - PHONE TODAY FOR AN
UNBEATABLE QUOTE
TEL: 01347 838772
FAX: 01347 833419
EMAIL:
[email protected]
ANYTHING FROM A LEAKING TAP
TO A NEW BATHROOM SUITE
25 YEARS EXPERIENCE & FULLY
QUALIFIED
01347 888674 / 07931 666517
Please note: Opinions expressed in letters published are not necessarily opinions held by the Editor or the
Publishers of the Easingwold Advertiser and Weekly News. The Publishers of the Easingwold Advertiser and
FREE ESTIMATES
NO JOB TOO
SMALL
ALL WORK
CONSIDERED
Weekly News hold no responsibility for the accuracy of any details contained within advertisements. To avoid mis-
Tel: 07808 470481
takes please ensure ALL copy is clearly presented, preferably typed or neatly written. The deadline for contributed
Evenings: 01347 822652
copy is 5 pm on the Monday prior to publication.
Email: [email protected]
Easingwold Advertiser and Weekly News, Saturday, 29th September, 2007
MISCELLANEOUS
MISCELLANEOUS
TREE SURGERY & PATIOS, hedge
cutting work. Leylandii. Gravel
work, fencing. Mini-digger work
undertaken. For free estimate ring
Nick Jackson, A19 Treework on
01347 822299 or 07711 348658.
FOR VENETIAN, vertical, louvre,
standard and roller blinds, it’s
Hutchinsons DIY, Chapel Street,
Easingwold. - Tel: 01347 821468.
TREE & CONIFER removal, hedges
and all stumps. Local firm.
Established eight years. Free
estimates. - Tel. 01347 823591.
STABLE MATS, top quality, 6ft x 4ft,
from stock. Delivery service. - Tel.
01347 811812.
YORK PAVING Company. Drives,
paths, patios, concreting, Indian
stone, blockpaving, fencing.
Property maintenance. Call John
on 07974 466167 or 01347
823447.
COUNSELLING/PSYCHOTHERAPY.
Confidential counselling by experienced, fully qualified practitioner.
Emotional and relationship difficulties, bereavement, lifestyle
changes. Counselling can really
help. Introductory session free
with no obligation. Call John on
01347 824753. Shamanic counselling also available.
SOLARFIX LTD, your local firm for
installation of solar panels or
ground source heat pumps.
Contact Chris to discuss on 01347
822299.
LOST, GREY cat with white chest,
last seen behind the Toft Lodge
veterinary centre on Raskelf Road
on 19th September, 2007 and
other sightings. Please ring Allan
on 01347 868744 or 07773
185073. For your own safety
please do not pick this cat up.
TO LET, large room in shared flat,
Long Street, Easingwold. All
amenities. Bond and references
required. - Tel. 01347 821061.
FIESTA FOR sale, white, P reg
Fiesta, 60,000 miles, excellent
condition, three months’ Tax and
MoT remaining. £800 ono. - Tel.
07854 455835.
FOR SALE, sofa, pale green, 94in
long, 38in deep. Good condition.
£100 ono. - Tel. 01347 822223.
OIL FIRED boilers, maintenance and
servicing. Justin Williamson. - Tel.
01845 527192.
GOLF LESSONS, six in total, with
PGA golf professional at Thirsk
Golf Club. Offers to 07764
186350.
SONY ERICCSON K800i 3.2MP
camera phone, 12 months’ old,
boxed with all accessories, Orange
network. £75. - Tel. 07792 992297
(evenings weekends).
DAVID JONES MEDIA. Video/DVD
production. Filming, editing, copying, transfer. Have your treasured
videos transferred to DVD. Selling
your horse? Why not have a DVD
produced, and save a lot of time
wasting. - Tel. 01347 878522 or
mobile 07757 615807. Email
[email protected]
Website
www.davidjonesmedia.co.uk
PEUGEOT FRIDGE van, £2,000. Tel. 01347 868236.
SECOND HAND garden machinery.
Mountfield 20in self prop lawn
mower, £165. Allen 18in Honda
engine hover mower, £250.
Husqvarna lawn tractor, 15hp
Kholer, 36in cut, direct collect, c/w
mulch kit, £985. Lawnflite 603
lawn tractor, 12hp, 30in direct collect, £750. Stiga Park lawn tractor,
12.5hp, 36in mulch deck, £1,000.
Mitsubishi mt180d compact tractor 18hp diesel 4wd c/w rear
mounted 38in topper, £2,400. All
prices include VAT. All machines
come fully serviced with a six
month warranty. Greens Garden
Machinery, North Moor Lane,
Thirsk Road, Easingwold. - Tel.
01347 824824.
SERENDIPITY HOUSE and garage
clearance service. Please ring
Nigel on 07816 968397 or Mick on
07971 797657.
FOR SALE, wooden wardrobe,
desk, drawers and bedside table,
blanket box; blue fronts. Good
condition. Buyer to remove. £100
ono. - Tel. 07790 953578.
ANCIENT PUNCH faced calf trough,
56in long, 16in wide, 10in deep,
sandstone, £350 ono. Can deliver.
- Tel. 01347 824115.
STEPHEN
JONES
Painter and
Decorator
Quality interior work
undertaken
Tel. 01347 824569
Easingwold
Square Dance
with Norman
Tuesdays 2.00-4.00pm
A relaxed, rhythmic, gentle dance class. A warm and
inviting atmosphere. No dance experience necessary.
For more information on all the above please call the
number below.
Street Dance with Claire
Tuesdays 5.30-6.30pm
Start with the basics and develop your
dancing skills.
Ages 15 and above welcome. All abilities catered for.
£4.00 per session
EASINGWOLD METHODIST CHURCH
www.easingwoldmethodists.org.uk
SUNDAY, 30th SEPTEMBER
10.30 am Morning Worship conducted by Mr Gerald Pakes.
6.30 pm Joint Taize Service at Easingwold Parish Church.
NB There will not be an evening service at Easingwold Chapel
BIRTHDAYS
1st October, 1989
ROBERTS
Congratulations Sarah on
your 18th Birthday
Congratulations Vicky and Stephen
on the birth of your son
Love Mum and Dad,
Fiona, Katy – XX
A beautiful brother for
Matthew and Thomas
Born 21st September 2007
Love Mum and David
SARAH SWIRES
Junior Badminton
1st October 2007
Professional coach Denis takes all abilities between
the ages of 5-12
Spaces available Mondays from 5.00pm
and Fridays from 4.00pm
Please call the number below for details!
HAPPY 18th BIRTHDAY
SARAH
All Weather Pitch and Sports Hall available to hire
MALCOLM WEBSTER
weekdays and weekends at
BIRTH
Lots of love, Grandma and
Grandad
DANIEL LUKE
GOOD LUCK
GO ALI!
The Galtres Centre, Easingwold
Activities can include:
Football, Tennis and Netball
Equipment can be provided
Large/Group bookings catered for
Casual bookings also welcomed
Call 01347 822472 for details!
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
WYRILL, Howard
Flo and family wish to thank relatives,
friends and colleagues for the cards,
flowers and kind words of sympathy
during their sad loss of Howard.
Special thanks to Rev Holman for a
wonderful service, Mr Stuart Stark for
the kind speech during the service.
Also J G Fielders for the
arrangements and Mr and Mrs John
and Gwen Crow for all their
assistance.
Donations of £201 received with
thanks.
BIRTHDAYS
CHRIS BROWN
Happy 18th Birthday
29th September
Happy 60th Birthday, Dad
Have a great day.
Lots of love, Dan, Ceri, Lizzie,
Johnny and Evie
MALCOLM WEBSTER
The Lip Glossed Zola Bud
With love from Team Teahee!
OBITUARY
IN MEMORIAM
In loving memory of my
loving wife Lily Milner.
It’s hard to believe we have been
apart for a year now.
Not a day goes by where something
reminds me of you.
You will always be in my thoughts.
PLOWMAN-RENDER,
Desmond
Best wishes for the future,
lots of love, Mum, Dad,
Emma and Spencer – X
Aged 65 years. In hospital in Myrtle
Beach, South Carolina, USA, 22nd
September, 2007, after a long illness.
REBECA SCARCE
Your loving husband of 43 years, Ken
Happy Birthday, Daddy
In loving memory of a loving
Mother and Grandmother,
Lily Milner.
Nearly as cute as me!
COMING EVENTS
MALCOLM WEBSTER
Taste of Christmas
Crayke Castle
Wednesday, 21st November
Printed and published by
G. H. Smith & Son,
Market Place, Easingwold, York
Saturday, 29th September, 2007
Congratulations Rebeca on
your 18th Birthday, 3rd October
NOW OPEN
Good luck and all best wishes
for the future
Love Grandma,
Philip and Murry – XXXXX
ISSN 1749−5962
High pressure
Alloy wheel function
Open 24 Hrs 7 days a week
Self service
Next to carwash
Fond memories.
Lots of love, Nathan – XXXX
It’s hard to believe a year has passed
since you were sadly taken away
from us.
Not a day goes by where you are not
in our thoughts.
You will never be forgotten.
Love always, Mark, Pete, Heather and
loving Granddaughter Emily.
JETWASH
Late of Helperby. Dear brother of
Norman, Geoffrey, Malcolm and the
late Peter. Much loved Father and
Grandfather.
00
MALCOLM WEBSTER
Happy 60th Birthday
60 years young!
Have a good one!
Adam and James
Happy Birthday and keep on rocking!
Lots of love Pam – XXX
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