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Save the library, Volunteers, Stokesley, Thirsty Thursday

Thirsty Thursday Charity Boost for The Globe

As you may or not be aware since we set up Thirsty Thursday in 2014, we have on occasion asked for donations to help support local charities. With the changes that have now taken place in Thirsty Thursday HQ, I have collected…

Thirsty Thursday, Stokesley, Networking, Funding, Hambleton District Council

Thirsty Thursday networking event receives funding

We were delighted to hit the headlines again earlier in the month with our news about our recent funding from Hambleton District Council. We have some exciting plans on how to spend it.   Hope to see you at next…

Thirsty Thursday, event dates, Stokesley,

Dates for your diary!

We like to be prepared and we like you to be prepared, so please add these dates to your diary for the next year’s worth of Thirsty Thursday’s. If any do get changed will do our best to let you…

Business Conference, Hambleton District Council, Stokesley, Thirsty Thursday

Hambleton Business Conference – Did you make it?

Last week the Hambleton Business Conference was held in Easingwold and was well attended by many local businesses from the five markets towns and it was nice to see so many friendly faces from Stokesley. We were both delighted to…

Vibrant market town officer, Stokesley Thirsty Thursday

First event of the year – January 2017

Thank you all as always to those who attended our first event of the year at The Mill in Stokesley. We were delighted with the turnout and it was great to see so many new people joining us for the…

THirsty Thursday, Stokesley

Stokesley student strikes with England call-up

A Stokesley teenager has been selected to play football for England. Stokesley School student Emma Brown will play for the Under 16 England ladies football squad in the New Year. Emma was chosen to play against Norway in November after…

Celebrating success at our next event!

Stokesley’s well-known, free networking event returns next Thursday celebrating a prestigious award win. Thirsty Thursday was named Hambleton Champion 2016 at Hambleton District Council’s Business Awards held on July 7th. Anna Addison and Sue Thompson, who established Thirsty Thursday in…

Save the library, Volunteers, Stokesley, Thirsty Thursday

Can you help Stokesley Library stay open?

A plea from Stokesley Parish Council. Summary After March 2017 North Yorkshire County Council (NYCC) will cease to fully fund Stokesley Library. Do you think that you might have the skills to participate as a volunteer on the charitable trust that…

Stokesley plans to be the best-dressed for TourFest

Stokesley Parish Council has launched a competition for local businesses in the run up to ‘Stokesley TourFest’, a day-long celebration of the Tour de Yorkshire.   A host of activities is being organised as part of TourFest when the market…

Stokesley movie, 2016, Thirsty Thursday, Networking,

Stokesley – The Movie

This short film has been made to promote the market town of North Yorkshire, England and the surrounding area of the North York Moors, it is a great film and marks the start of the Tour De Yorkshire countdown.   What…