Yetton Together’s first annual report* as a charity [for the period September 2015 – August 2016] can now be seen on the Charity Commission’s website.charitycommission.gov.uk search Yetton Together or the charity’s registered number 1163247 or click here
It includes a report of the charity’s activities and its finances for that year
*It is a legal requirement for all charities to file their accounts and report of their activities within 10 months of the end of their financial year.
We are sad to report the death of James [Jim] Finnegan after a sudden, short illness. Although he and his wife Lesley have only lived in Kirkheaton for the last five years, they have thrown themselves into village life. Both were founder library volunteers and Jim took on the role of chair of the Friends of Kirkheaton Library group and Lesley became the Chair of the Book group. Jim was a lovely man, generous with his time helping out at the Community Centre while volunteering at the library. His positive, humorous attitude was very infectious and he will be sorely missed by us all.
One of his wishes even at the end of his life, was to support the village and asked that part of the donations at his funeral should be given to the Community Centre.
Recently a cheque for £1,000 was presented by Duncan Hague, the Worshipful Master of The Lodge of Peace at Meltham to Yetton Together to help fund the refurbishment of the kitchen and installation of new toilets at the Community Centre.
The cheque was one of many distributed to good causes from the West Riding Provincial Grand Masters Fund.
Trish Mellor & Lorna Idle receiving the cheque from Duncan Hague.
Now is the time to get out into the lovely countryside around Kirkheaton and enjoy the bluebells which are flowering now. There are numerous walks where you can see them in their natural woodland habitat. Try the suggested walks that were published in the Spring 2017 edition of Yetton News or search ‘bluebell walk’ on our website – yettontogether.org
Lascelles Hall Cricket Club Needs New Junior Players
Do you fancy playing Junior Cricket ?
Are you aged 6 upwards?
We have 3 teams which can accommodate junior players of all ages
Under 9 up to under 13’s
Training for under 9’s to under 13’s is on Tuesday evenings 6pm – 8pm at Lascelles Hall CC, Highfield Lane, Lascelles Hall
No Previous cricket experience necessary.
For more information get in touch John Hislop or turn up at training on Tuesdays
John Hislop – 07887423869 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us for our quiz night. SOP supper included (GF & Veg can be pre-ordered). Teams of up to 5 can win £25 prize money. Call Bev for tickets on 07708 999 728.
Vandals have trashed our daffodils (in full bloom) from our flower containers and thrown them at the building door and window, making a huge mess. This is criminal damage which has been reported to West Yorkshire police. If anyone has information that might lead to the identification of the culprits, please contact Bev on 07708 999 728 so any information can be reported under the police crime number.
Sat 1st Jumble Sale 2-4pm United Church – new & used clothing, books, DVD’s bags, jewellery & more. All proceeds go to Zack Barrett’s Appeal
Sat 8th Easter Bible Breakfast Club 9.30am-10.30am Parish Church
POSTPONED Messy Church United Church. Watch this space for new developments!
Palm Sunday Holy Communion 10:30am Parish Church
Tues 11th Yetton Hub Speaker Evening – John Mumford, Financial Advice, 7.30pm Community Centre £2.50 at the door
Thurs 13th Maundy Thursday Holy Communion 6pm at Parish Church.
Fri 14th Good Friday Reflective service at 10.30am followed by opportunity for quiet prayer 12 -3pm
Easter Day Sunrise service at 5.30am commencing in the churchyard (weather permitting) the service will finish with breakfast in Parish Church.
10am All Age Worship with Holy Communion Parish Church
Beetle Drive 1:30 United Church Kirkheaton Hospice Group
Yetton Hub Meal out at Lost Property, 7.30pm Huddersfield. Call Bev 07708 999728
Thurs 27th History Group Talk on History of Ravensknowle Hall (commemorating 95 years as Tolson Museum), 7.30pm Community Centre £2.50 on the door
Sat 29th Yetton Together Quiz Night, Kirkheaton Conservative Club, Town Road, 7.30 pm, £6 including supper. Call Bev on 07708 999728 for tickets
Weekly at the Community Centre
Watercolour class 1.30 – 4pm £6 Contact Lorna 07905 073 982
Hatha Yoga 1:30 -2.30 CC Contact Michael 01924 510 360
Tai Chi 3 – 4 pm £5 Contact Nicola 07742 528 052
Chair Exercise1:30 -3pm £3
Tai Chi 7-8pm £5 Contact Nicola 07742 528 052
& Sat 10:30 -12:30 .
Knit n Natter 2-4pm £1 Contact Trish 07858 223 854
Yetty’s Coffee Shop 2:30 -3:30 Fresh coffee and homemade cakes etc available
Local & Family History group 6-7pm Contact Roger 07837 412 070
Toddler story & craft session 2pm Just turn up
Lego session 3:30 -4:30pm 50p Children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult
Yetty’s Coffee Shop 3:00 -4:30 Fresh coffee and homemade cakes etc available
Yetty’s Coffee Shop 10:30 -12:30 Fresh coffee and homemade cakes etc available
Creative crafts 10:30 – 12:30 £2 Contact Trish 07858 223 854
3rd Saturday of the month – Quilting workshop
Every Wed Senior Citizens Club (over 55s) United Church 7.15pm for entertainment, talks etc.. Contact David Lock 01484 302768 for more details (not January)
Every Thurs ‘The Health Walk’ (1 hour) meet at the Parish Centre Car Park at 2pm followed by tea & cake at the church until 4pm
Monthly at the Community Centre
1st Tues Flower arranging 7pm £6 Contact Diane 07946 400 240
2nd Tues Yetton Hub Monthly Speaker – All welcome just turn up to what interests you £2.50 on the door. Also, ad-hoc trips and events call Bev 07708 999 728. (not Jan)
3rd Tues Yetton Together Forum meeting & 200 Club draw 7.30pm Community Centre
Last Monday Kirkheaton Bookworms Reading group 7:15 £2 Contact Lesley 01484 313 019
Last Thurs History group speaker evening 7:30pm £2.50 email email@example.com