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Editor’s Notes

Its all go for the Jubilee the Parish is pulling out all the stops. Lots to do over the Holiday Weekend, see articles and watch out for posters…..

Carol, Melanie and myself would like to say a big thank you to all who supported our Coffee Morning in aid of Dove House and the Daisy Appeal, both funds received £150.00.


Village Diary


Sat 2nd 9:30am Easington in Bloom Coffee Morning.

10:00am Jubilee Open Day Riding School

9:00pm Diamond Jubilee Quiz & Coronation Day Supper at Crown & Anchor in aid of Eastend Cancer Relief Fund

Sun 3rd Diamond Jubilee Big Lunch

Mon 4th 12:00 noon Diamond Jubilee Party Youth Club Field

Sat 9th 9:30am Easington Football Coffee Morning

Sun 10th 10:00am Jubilee Ride, Bike, Walk or Dog Walk Riding School

Mon 11th 7:00pm Parish Council Meeting.

Thurs 14th Evening Fun Run & BBQ at the School

Sat 16th 2:00pm to 5:00pm Woodland Garden Party & Cream Tea Orchard View Cottage

Sat 23rd 9:30am Patrington Young Farmers Coffee Morning.

Thurs 28th 1:00pm Sports Day at the School.


Mon 2nd 6:15pm Parish Council & Gas Site Liaison Meeting

Sat 7th 9:30am. Special Needs Coffee Morning

Sat 14th 9:30am Search & Rescue Dogs Coffee Morning

Sat 21st 9:30am Camphill Family Coffee Morning

Sat 27th 9:30 Easington Sports Assoc. Coffee Morning

Police Drop in Dates - Saturdays 9th June. 7th July. 4th Aug. 1st Sept. All 10:00am to 11:00am.

Easington Youth Club Funday/Bogey Race/Produce Show

Please remember that 26th August 2012 will be a fantastic day in Easington.  As well as the usual Funday and Bogey Race, we will be introducing a Produce Show. Categories will include Adult and Junior sections to display vegetables, fruit or salad; Flower arrangements; a miniature garden; the tallest sunflower. Baking and preserves and Photography.

More details about the categories etc. will be included in future newsletters but meanwhile further information can be obtained from either Pam Pearce on 650710 or Chris Jacobs on 650402.

Pam Pearce

All Saint’s Church News

The Reverend Carol Fisher-Bailey, Vicar of St. Peter, Wawne in Bransholme, Sutton Park, Sutton and Wawne Group Ministry has been appointed Priest in Charge (Vicar Designate) of the Parishes of Easington, with Skeffling, Keyingham, Ottringham, Patrington, Welwick and Winestead. Mrs. Fisher-Bailey will be Licensed by the Bishop of Hull on Friday 7th September. (Probably at Patrington).

A Service of Thanksgiving for the Diamond Jubilee of Her Majesty the Queen will be held in All Saints Parish Church at 5:00pm on Sunday 3rd June 2012.

All are welcome, come and finish the day’s celebrations with us.

If anyone is wondering what has happened to the West Window, fear not, it is being repaired and refurbished in York.  The window will be removed section by section and when reinstated will be protected by a metal screen.

The renovation and repair at St. Helens Skeffling is now completed and signed off.  Now we have to do the redecoration it never rains…….! Happy Jubilee

Ian Rutter

So much going on at the Square Meal preparing for the Jubilee Big Lunch, co-operating on the arrangements with the Duke of Edinburgh Award unit, hoping the menu will appeal salmon fish cake, rabbit pie, chicken salad, followed by chocolate brandy mousse, Eton mess and orange ginger cream.

But most important The Big Lunch is where the Easington residents can sign the Loyal Address on behalf of the Village and send their greetings to Her Majesty to acknowledge 60 years of devoted service on our behalf...so come to the Jubilee Lunch at 12 noon on Sun 3rd June and have a great time.  Free issue tickets available from any member of the team.

Jilly Dosogne

Woodland Garden Party & Cream Tea

In support of The Children’s Ward Hull Royal Infirmary to be held on Saturday 16th une 2012, 2:00pm to 5:00pm. Includes: Children’s Treasure Hunt, Various Stalls, Tombola & Raffle. To be held at: Orchard View Cottage, Seaside Road, Easington. Admission: - Adults - including Cream Tea £2.00. Children including Cookies and juice 50p

Louise Higginbotham

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North Humberside Riding Centre Jubilee Open Day

Saturday 2nd June 10:00am Start.  Musical ride, cake stall, bring and buy sale (horsey items), pony rides, pony club info, games and lots more. All Welcome. Diamond Jubilee Ride, Bike Walk or Dog Walk Sunday 10th June Start 10:00am, Onwards Starting at the Stables route and map supplied on booking in with numbers. Riverbank, Bridleways Minimal Road Work up to 12 Miles

Refreshments Available. Please telephone for further information. Toni 01964 650250

Eastend Cancer Relief Group

The bike ride on Good Friday was a good turn out again despite the weather, over 200 bikes registered for the event held in aid of East End Cancer Relief and the Heart Unit at Castle Hill.

We are having a red, white and blue or fancy dress Diamond Jubilee Quiz with Coronation Day Supper on Sat 2nd June in aid of Eastend Cancer Relief at the Crown & Anchor Kilnsea, starting at around 9:15pm.

Mary Brisby


On the 21st May, our trip went to Glasshoughton, Nr. Castleford, Beautiful sunny day.  Plenty of shopping done.  Our next trip is on Monday 18th June to Bridlington, calling somewhere on the way home.

This week the Evening News advertised one of their trips to Bury Market, the cost per seat was £23.50 which makes our trips good value for £9.50.  We have a few seats left.  Ring me on 650753.

Thank you everyone who supported our Saturday Coffee Morning last week, we raised the grand sum of £365.50.

Pat Clarke

Easington United- Footy At The Farm

The Easington Recreation & Sports Ground (Low Farm) will host the South Holderness Cup Final (sponsored by The White Horse Inn) on Thursday, 31st May (kick-off 6:30pm).

At time of going to print, we hold out hopes that this may be an all-Easington affair with both the First Team and the Reserves involved in semi-final action.

The First Team were due to meet Withernsea on Tuesday night (22nd May) with the Reserves playing Hedon Rangers Reserves the following night. Should both teams win and therefore meet in the final, it would be great to have a good crowd at Low Farm to celebrate a unique experience in the club’s history.

Admission is free with programmes on sale, priced £1 with proceeds going to the Neurosurgical Unit at the Hull Royal Infirmary.

Saturday, 26th May sees the club hold its Annual Presentation Evening & Race Night at Soccer Sensations in Hull.

The event forms part of the club’s hire agreement for the venue, which also hosts the Eastenders’ winter training sessions.  Admission is £5 with coach transport available from the village (£5 return). Ring 01964 650133 to book.

Richard Lusmore

June/July 2012

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Parish Council Agendas

Parish Council Minutes 11th June 2012  2nd July 2012

The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Party

Just a reminder to all the Parish Community that the Jubilee Party will begin on the Youth Club field from noon on Mon 4th June.

The free buffet style lunch will commence about 1:00pm for all those eligible must live in the Parish, be less than 16 year olds and over 70 years.

There will be a super Hog Roast going on during the afternoon for everyone else at a small charge. At 1:30pm a puppet show and balloon modelling will start including a children’s disco. Alongside this there will be stall to test your skill bat the rat, bacon & egg and potato skittles.

Also there will be face painting, tattoo’s (removable ones). A bouncy castle will be there all afternoon for the children. At 3:30pm there will be fun races for all ages to join.

The afternoon will finish off with Adam’s Disco for the older teens and the old but young at heart! Souvenir beakers will be available on the field for those eligible to take home as they leave.

Thanks must go to everyone who supported the Coffee Morning on 5th May a total of £256.40 was raised for funds towards the Jubilee Party Day.

Come along and help us celebrate, all welcome.

Andrea Clubley

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