Wildlife haven on the highest point of the Holderness Plain. Steps leading to patio, lawn with borders and small pond. Archway to henhouse and willow windbreaks surrounded by too many trees and plants to list.Twisting pathways to the sleep house and secret garden.
The Charity concert is to given by Tasmin Little OBE - one of the top international violinists. The concert is being hosted by the Church to support the work of the East Riding Stroke Team and Yorkshire Cancer Research
St John’s Burlington Methodist Church, St John Street, Bridlington
**Calling all dog lovers/ owners/ people who would enjoy a lovely day in the sun (hopefully!!)**
Join Ren’s Rescue on June 2nd for lots of fun, food, games and entertainment (including bouncy slides, face painting and even a bit of fire spinning!).
A ¾ acre suburban garden bordered by mature trees and stream. Structure is provided by numerous yew and box topiary, a pergola and sculptures all created by and maintained by the owner. Something for everyone; lawns with island beds, mixed shrubs, fruit trees and herbaceous borders ensure year round interest.
’Legally Blonde the musical’ is coming to the region for the very first time and makes its premier at Hull New Theatre from 19th to 23rd June 2018. ’ Legally Blonde the musical won The Laurence Olivier award for best new musical, when it opened in London.
When I was a boy, I had a favourite treat.
It was when my mum made… Chocolate Cake!
Follow the adventures of two brothers and the mysterious night-time disappearance of a chocolate cake in this scrumptious new musical adaption of Michael Rosen’s beloved poem Chocolate Cake, by the team that...
Each session lasts approximately 30 – 45 minutes.
Free arts & crafts session before each show from 10am.
£4 per child accompanying adults go free.
Great Adventures in Storyland is the perfect Saturday activity for children aged 3 to 6 and their families.
Join us for fin-tastic family fun this May half term as we find ways to protect our local environment and the wildlife that calls it home. Plant your own wildflower seeds to take home for your own garden, get creative in craft corner, follow the save our seas trail and much more.
An event featuring about 10 working model railway layouts of various scales, gauges and sizes, model displays, model sales of those items you may want, both new and second hand and a demonstration workshop to help with your modelling skills. All in one place, with easy level access and free parking.
Walton Street Leisure Centre, Goathland Close, Walton Street, HULL
This workshop is aimed at the beginner with little or no experience of working with metal clay. During the day you will be guided through the step by step techniques of handling, shaping, forming and adding texture with all the essential techniques to achieve a professional finish to your work.
Craftworx Studio, Calf House Studios, Cold Harbour Farm, Bishop Burton
A village garden with many interesting features supported by planting for year round interest. Mixed borders and beds create a cottage garden feel at the front, whilst the rear boasts alpines presented in a variety of ways, including troughs, crevice rockery and a greenhouse display of Lewisia.
Secluded cottage garden with colour-themed borders surrounding neat lawns. Grass and paved paths lead to formal and informal areas through rose and clematis covered pergolas and arbours. Box hedging defines well stocked borders with roses, herbaceous plants and trees. Seating in sun and shade offer vistas and views.
A wrap round garden in acre with a surprise at each corner. 2 water features, woodland pathway, unusual shrubs, a variety of Hellebores and Ferns. No lawn! The garden has been developed and maintained since 2003 by current owners. Changes are ongoing.
Edwardian, Arts and Crafts House (mentioned in Pevsner’s Guide to Hull) and S-facing garden set in 3½ acres, in an elevated position overlooking the Humber. Stunning sunken rock garden with bulbs and specimen trees, hostas and ferns. Mature trees, large lawns and herbaceous borders.
3-acre garden created over the last 35 yrs from exposed open field, on top of Yorkshire Wolds nr coast. Hedges and fences now provide shelter from wind, making series of gardens with yr-round interest and seasonal highlights.
A popular National Garden Scheme ‘Yellow Book’ garden that is home to an award winning brewery is opening for the 24th consecutive year on 2nd and 3rd June.
Entry costs £5 for adults and is free for children.
We are looking forward to seeing everyone at our Wedding Open Evening on Monday 4th June from 6 pm till 8 pm. There will be lots of fantastic exhibitors, friendly chat and of course the bar will be open!
Plantswoman’s cottage garden of much interest with many choice and unusual plants. Hellebores and bulbs are treats for colder months. Old-fashioned roses, fragrant perennials, herbs and wild flowers, all grown together provide habitat for birds, bees, butterflies and small mammals.
Sophie reads about an exciting creature called a Penguinpig on the Internet. Filled with delight and intrigue she sets off alone on an adventure to find the adorable creature, leading her to the Zoo. But what will she find inside?
The Ropewalk, Maltkiln Road, Barton upon Humber, North Lincolnshire
This is your annual opportunity to experience the natural beauty of the Three Voices: Trevor Millum, Graham Langley and Dez Alenby and enjoy a brilliant evening of entertainment. The pace will be slow, the singing melodious, the poems will move you and the stories will lift you to a new dimension.
Mini Tanks At William’s Den!
Tank Heroes are a team of dedicated people, providing the ultimate off road entertainment experience for children and they are available for you and your family to add to your day at The Den on Friday 1st June.
Final year of opening for this village garden belonging to the previous owners of Saltmarshe Hall. The garden has good trees and shrubs, borders packed with herbaceous plants and bulbs. Climbers grow on trellis. The pretty potager has vegetables and flowers.
A garden which is much praised by visitors. Set within approx 1 acre with mature shrubberies, herbaceous borders, gravel garden and pergola walk. There is also a rosebed, white garden and fernery. Many old trees with preservation orders. Wildlife pond set within a paddock.
Two contrasting gardens offering different approaches to gardening style - 6 All Saints is an eclectic ’maze-like’ garden with a mix of contemporary and cottage garden features; hidden corners, water features and pond. Wayside has interesting planting in different areas of the garden.
This beautiful hillside garden on the edge of the Wolds was renovated and redesigned in 2011 from an overgrown state. It features many shrubs and perennials with a rose pergola and stunning views over the Ancholme Valley.
2 acre garden with stunning views of the Vale of Pickering. Walled garden with mixed borders, numerous old shrub roses underplanted with unusual perennials. Woodland paths lead to further shrub and perennial borders. Lime avenue with wild flower meadow.
The multi award winning Oasis Garden, Your Place, recently described by the RHS as the ’Most inspirational garden in the six counties of the East Midlands’, is approximately 1½ acres and nestles in the heart of Great Grimsbys East Marsh Community.
Annual Exhibition by long established local Art Society. On show will be our usual varied selection of work, including original paintings and drawings, prints, greeting cards and hand painted ceramics, all produced by our very talented members.
Grimsby Minster, St. James’ Square, Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire
Fri 1 Jun, Sat 2 Jun, Mon 4 Jun to Sat 9 Jun, Mon 11 Jun to Thu 14 Jun
Craft and Gift Fairs organised by Grimsby and Cleethorpes Craft fairs for the last 8 years. These highly successful fairs are just £16 a table at this popular venue. 10-3pm selling time. Tombola and refreshment bar open for a cup of tea or coffee plus cake on the day.
Family Fayre Day
Chris Marley record breaking juggler
Ruby twirl stars
Grimsby Morris Men
Gun dog display
Main Arena with family attractions
Refreshments and food
Grimsby & Cleethorpes Craft Fairs are holding a large Craft & Gift Fair at The Beachcomber North Sea Lane Cleethorpes on Monday 28th May , 10-3pm. We have over 45 stalls selling cakes, jewellery, cards, homeware, clothing, signs, pictures, wooden items, glassware and lots more. Free access and Disabled friendly
whether you are looking for a special gift or looking to add to your collection you will find it at Scarborough Market & Vaults Antiques and Collectable fair. table top sales plus antique shops, something for everyone.
Scarborough Market Hall & Vaults
St Helens Square
This is a 5k suitable for all abilities. This is thousands of women uniting with one purpose. Walk, jog or run. Raise valuable funds for research. THIS IS BEATING CANCER.
Make the most of our 30% discount on registration this January!
Find your local Race For Life events here: findarace.com
Normanby Hall Country Park, Normanby Road, Scunthorpe
May is National Crime Reading Month organised by the Crime Writers’ Association.
Bill Kitson, creator of the DI Mike Nash thrillers and the Eden House mysteries, will be talking to readers, and potential readers, about his work as a crime writer.
The core of D&D is storytelling. Led by a dungeon master, you and your friends tell a story together, guiding your heroes through quests for treasure, battles with deadly foes, daring rescues, courtly intrigue and much more. We have two groups playing - beginner and intermediates so there is a game for all levels!
Caistor Arts and Heritage Centre
28 Plough Hill