We are still in our centenary year so we are carrying on with a mix of face to face and virtual events now that the Hall has re-opened. On the second Friday each month we have live music returning to the Hall with the EVAN music events. The doors open at 7.00 and 25 tickets only are available at £5, at the post office or on the door.
The next Zoom event is Friday September 25th when we have our monthly virtual Quiz Zoom. E-mail us at enquiries@staintonVH.org.uk or message @staintonvhall Facebook page for the ZOOM link. Further events throughout September and October are listed below .
With the benefit of Zoom Breakout Rooms join together with friends and family from anywhere in the world to take part as a team of upto six people in our Virtual Village Hall Quiz Nights.
Email: enquiries@staintonVH.org.uk or message us on facebook @staintonvh to register your team by no later than Thursday 24th September
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or message us on facebook for the ZOOM link
www.staintonvh.org.uk – @staintonvh
Monthly Book Club – This month’s book is The Travelling Horn Player by Barbara Trapido for the meeting on Friday October 16th
The book club is an informal friendly opportunity to share our love of reading meeting once a month as part of the Stainton Virtual Village Hall programme.
Email us at enquiries@staintonVH.org.uk or message us on facebook for the Zoom access link and sign in just before 8pm this Friday.
With apologies we have to announce that Jane Hasell-McCosh’s talk will not now take place until early 2021. There will however be an EVANS music event with Jordon Worsfold in the Village Hall on September 11th as the Hall has now re-opened for most activities with special conditions of hire in place to comply with COVID 19 regulations
We’ve been enjoying Andrew Cotter’s videos of Olive and Mabel and we thought it would be fun to discover what all of our pets have been up to during lockdown; see https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLdca3BMTMUqzJ21JyvfoTsoDkJFmrB7Ku If you have been inspired to share your pet’s antics – contact us for details on how to upload your videos for sharing during our Virtual Pet Show. All pets welcome.Email us at email@example.com
Community Farmers’ Market, Craft Fair and Cafe every third Saturday of the month restarts July 18th – supplying local produce and crafts (predominantly made in the village) for sale although without the pop up cafe for the time being – serving drinks, cakes and snacks organised and run by members of the Village Hall Committee and volunteers to serve the village residents and draw visitors into the village to support the local businesses.
The first regular monthly live music event was on Friday Nov 8th featuring Green Man’s Apprentice. The monthly music events are hosted in collaboration with Eden Valley Arts Network and supported by Eden District Arts Network. Tickets £5 are available from Stainton Post Office
Live Music at Stainton Village Hall
Friday March 13th with Peter Michael Rowan NOW CANCELLED!
Friday Feb. 14th will feature Burnt Horse
Music Evening Friday January 10th featured Errant Thieves
Friday Dec 13th was Ian Cumpstey (and support)
The Price of Land is a drama production written by South Lakes poet and writer Geoff Cox as a response to the Lake District being awarded UNESCO World Heritage status. Tellingly, the award documentation entirely failed to mention the working people of Cumbria whose efforts have resulted in the Lake District landscapes we see today. Directed by the award-winning Kevin Dyer, the production ranges widely across the Cumbrian landscape, brilliantly captured in a shifting projection of stills and film, and set against a location-made soundtrack composed by Barrow born sound artist Damian Rose.
The verse-drama gives a voice to these forgotten people from 500 years of Cumbrian history, allowing nine characters, miners, quarry workers, peat cuttters, charcoal burners and farmers etc. to tell the stories of their lives and their industries. From the earliest experiences of immigrant copper miners in the time of Queen Elizabeth 1st, to the challenges facing modern day upland farmers, these are stories that remind us that our experience of living and working in the rural North today has its roots in a shared and often uncompromising history. The performances at Stainton is supported by the Lake District National Park Authority and The Farmer Network. Tickets are £10 from https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-price-of-land-tickets-91529736907
Flowers by Valerie Jayne on Thursday Nov 28th and Dec 5th
Community Flower Class; Christmas Table Design Thursday 5th December Stainton Village Hall 9.45am —12.30pm Bring own pot, foliages and materials £7 (or pots will be available in class at £2.00 each) Mince Pies from J & J Graham For more details or to book contact Valerie Jayne on 07944623196 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Modern Wreath Making £35 Thursday 28th November 9.45am — 12.15pm Stainton Village Hall Mince Pies from J & J Graham Bring a pair of wire cutters for each class
Stainton Village Hall Christmas Fare Friday Dec 6th 5.30 – 9.00
Come and join us for an evening of festive celebrations and Christmas shopping in our new VIllage Hall. Carols with Stainton School Choir from 5.30pm followed by a Christmas Fair showcasing locally made gifts and produce 6pm-9pm. Seasonal refreshments and a raffle in support of the Village Hall will be available
70s and 80s Disco Saturday June 22nd – 19.30 to midnight Tickets £6 each including a retro cocktail on entry – fancy dress optional but advised!! Bar by Kings Arms + Disco by Touch of Class All proceeds to Stainton Village Hall Fund.
Tickets available from Kings Arms Pub, Stainton Post Office or telephone Louise 01768 868616
– 23rd MARCH
Stainton Village Hall will be open for all to discover on Saturday 23rd March between 10am and 3pm.
Drop in for a brew, explore your new hall and discuss how you might use it.
We are inviting interested clubs, societies, operators of classes or groups to join us and discover what interest there is in your proposed activities. If you have not already discussed ideas with us, please get in touch to understand what slots we have and options for use.
OPEN DAY 2 – Sunday 24th
If you cannot join us on Saturday, we will have the hall open for viewing on Sunday
Saturday 23rd March 2019 –
dancing & singing with SOUL JUNCTION
Tickets £6 (bring your own drinks and nibbles)