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RJC DANCE in Wintringham Community hall on Wednesday 6th March, 7.30pm

RJC Dance return to North Yorkshire to deliver a delightful array of dance styles in their energetic dance show Still Blazin'.  The show will take you on a visual journey that will captivate all generations whilst exploring the back story of RJC Dance.

This show is part of Rural Arts' Create Tour, which brings exciting and diverse performances to rural communities.  The prelude to Still Blazin' will be performed by young people from Norton College who have worked with RJC Dance to create a Carnival style dance piece.

The show is suitable for all the family.

Book tickets online at www.ruralarts.org

or telephone : 07968 732128  or  07969 227642Adults : £10 

U18's:  £5       

 

 

 

Following an expression of interest we are looking at the possibility of proving basic training  iin managing and storing, photos  on computter, and photo editing.

 Subject to interest and demand, a short coiurse could be  run on an evening at the  community hall on a weekly basis.

Computers or tablets can be provided or  bring along your own laptop, tablet or IPad

For more information or to register an interest  email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (note use 1 not i after W)  or phone 07736 114401

Short mat bowls is available at the hall and meet regularly every Tuesday from 7pm.

Come and give it a try. Beginners welcome. All equipment and bowls provided if required.

Soft shoes or thick socks required on the mats.

£3 to include cup of tea or coffee

 

 

Friday Night Social Evening.

Next event Friday 5th October

Why not come along?

Friendly relaxed atmosphere.

Bring your own wine or beer.

£3 to include nibbles.

Indoor sports at the Community Hall.

Fitness sessions for everybody from February 2016!

Play sessions for your babies and young children.

Wintringham Community Hall was officially opened in January 2016.

About Us

Wintringham Community Hall was officially opened in January 2016, following years of dedication by the committee and a group of hard-working residents who were determined to have the previous hall, a condemned First World War ex-Army wooden hut, replaced by a building with facilities which matched the needs of people of this century and beyond.

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  • Big Lottery Fund - Lottery Funded

    Funding

    Wintringham Community Hall was part-funded by the Big Lottery Fund