Village Hall

SEATON ROSS VILLAGE HALL IS COVID SAFE

The Village Hall Committee is pleased to announce that they are able to resume bookings from September 2020. We have made provision to ensure that government guidelines are complied with and we keep up to date with any changes to these guidelines. We receive ongoing advice from the East Riding Village Halls Network and ACRE (Action with Communities in Rural England). All activities will be risk assessed by the committee so that visitors to the hall can be confident that arrangements have been made to secure their safety.

Please contact our Chair, Jane Henley, on 01759 318411 if you have any questions. Alternatively, email this website at info@seatonross.org.uk or by using the link in the top right hand corner of the site.

Welcome Back!

We apologise for recent difficulties accessing the Seaton Ross website. We are pleased to say that the problem has finally been overcome, and that we are working to update the site. We ask for your patience whilst this work is being done.

In the meantime, please send any questions, feedback or local information that you would like to be added to the site, by email to: info@seatonross.org.uk

Thank you

Dog Meet and Greet

DOG MEET AND GREET

Informal dog (and owner!) socialisation and play in a secure area.

SECOND SATURDAY OF EVERY MONTH

Meet:  Chapel Farm, Church Lane, YO42 4LS.

Government guidelines on COVID protection measures will be followed, so please contact Davina on: 01759 318970 if you would like to join in. New faces are very welcome.

Ladies Group

Ladies Group

Sorry, cancelled for now due to cornavirus.

We offer a warm welcome to all ladies in Seaton Ross and surrounding villages.

We meet on the first Tuesday of each month, normally from 2.00 pm to 4.00 pm
in Seaton Ross Village Hall, for chat, discussion or a speaker, and refreshments.
Sometimes we have an outing instead of a meeting.

To cover costs we ask for £2.00 per person for a cup of tea/coffee and cake/pastries
and a ticket for the raffle.

Diary dates 2020:

7th Jan – Kitchenalia: utensils & gadgets from your kitchen
4th Feb – Dominoes
3rd Mar – Talk by Lynda Hornsey “Hop Along With Life”
7th Apr – Easter crafting with Tine
5th May – Spring Lunch at the Kilnwick Percy Club
2nd June – Talk by Joy Lupton “Halifax House”
7th July – Summer Afternoon Tea
4th Aug – Talk to be arranged
1st Sep – Autumn Lunch at The Melbourne Inn
6th Oct – Talk to be arranged
3rd Nov – Christmas crafting with Tine
1st Dec – Christmas Party at The White Swan Bubwith

If you (or you know anyone) who would like to give a short talk to the group, about their specialism and/or their passion, we would be very happy to hear from you.  New ideas are also very welcome.

Please contact Kay on 01759 318991 or via email at leeandkay71@btinternet.com
Or Helen on 01430 861288
Many thanks to Christine and Anne who have run the Group very successfully over the last few years.  Huge thanks from all the ladies in the group for all your hard work and commitment.  

Pilates

Sorry, cancelled for now due to coronavirus, but do contact Alison if you would like to join a ‘virtual’ class via Zoom.

* Improve your posture!

* Strengthen your core!

* Feel younger and fitter!

Beginners and Improvers welcome

MONDAYS AT 6.30 PM IN THE VILLAGE HALL

Weekly payment £10
6 week block payment £42

More information: www.ultimatentityfitness.co.uk
Call: Alison on 07966 578216
email: alison@ultimatentityfitness.co.uk

The Seaton Ross Witch

Seaton Ross has its very own witch! You can see Margaret Harper’s gravestone in the local churchyard dated June 1853 and bearing the now barely legible inscription:

The faults you have seen in me
Strive to avoid

Search your own hearts

And you’ll be well employed.

‘Peg’ Harper lived in an old thatched cottage behind the Wesleyian Chapel. The story goes that she was leaning on her garden gate when horses pulling a cart of grain stopped opposite and would move no further as a result of a spell she put on them.

Please refer to the website: www.seatonrosswitch.com for an interesting account of this tale, including detailed comment about the real person behind the story and the historical context.