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Take a few moments to review the list of upcoming news and events in Skeffling and the surrounding area.

For more information regarding the time and place of these events, please visit our calendar page where you will find details of these and other miscellaneous events.  If you have any questions or concerns, please visit our      contact page, or alternatively post a comment on our Guestbook.


July:              Saturday 5th July we are hoping The Pub Lads will be appearing along with guests.  The bar will be run by Great Newsome Brewery so no need to bring your own.  A light supper will be available.  Ticket prices to be advised.

May:              Saturday 10th May Scarecrow Hunt at the Village Hall, bacon sandwiches will be available at the Village Hall along with Afternoon Tea, Tombola and other stalls.  There will be a prize for the best scarecrow.  Entry forms will be available nearer the date.

March:           Saturday 8th March at the Village Hall, Coleen’s Fancy, is an Irish Folk Duo.  Supper included prices adults £10, children £5, families £25.  Ticket bookings and further details from Sue 650330 or Julie 650069.  All proceeds in aid of Lily’s Fund.  Don’t forget to bring your own Guinness.  Your sure to have a great evening with these local entertainers.


March:           Saturday 23rd March something new to the Village Hall, Coleen’s Fancy, is an Irish Folk Duo, and to complement the music there will be a traditional Irish Supper.  You'll have to wait and see what that is, but I'm sure it'll be superb.  Where food's concerned the Village Hall Ladies never let us down!.  Contact Sue for tickets.

February:       Burns supper 2nd February  I know lots of you will be delighted about that, and will look forward to the Haggis and Neeps supper.  Bring your dancing shoes, too!  The Kingsdown Pipe Band don't just play the traditional Scottish Aires.

Previous Events held in 2012