Oswaldkirk Village

Welcome to the official website of Oswaldkirk, sheltering at the foot of the North York Moors

Events - March/April


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6,13,20,27 Marcb Monday

Keep Fit with Andrew Neighbour

Oswaldkirk Village Hall 6:15-7pm

1 March Wednesday

Ampleforth & District Gardening Club

Talk by Helen Jones. Ampleforth Village Hall 7.30pm

4 March Saturday

Hovingham Village Market 1030 am

8,15,22,29 March Wednesday

Ryedale Beekeepers Beginners Beekeeping Course

Oswaldkirk Village Hall 7-9pm
Contact Ryedale Bees by Feb 28th

13 March Monday

Oswaldkirk Book Group

19 March Sunday

Oswaldkirk Village Walk

20 March Monday

Owls - A Political Scandal

Malt Shovel - 7.30pm

21 March Tuesday

Ryedale Natural History Society

Wildlife around Sutton Bank. A talk by Ian Thomas

25 March Saturday

Nunnington Hall.

‘Paper Panda and Friends’. Exhibition of Papercut Art.
Free event (Admission applies) 10.30-4pm

1 April Saturday

Hovingham Village Market 10.30am

5 and 6 April Wednesday

Ryedale Beekeepers Beginners Beekeeping Course

7-9pm Oswaldkirk Village Hall

3,10,17,24 April Monday

Keep Fit with Andrew Neighbour

Oswaldkirk Village Hall 6.15-7pm £2

5 April Wednesday

Ampleforth & District Gardening Club

Talk by Sue Wood on The History of Valley Gardens Harrogate Ampleforth Village Hall 7.30 pm

15 April Saturday

Pop up Village Crafts

Oswaldkirk Village Hall

18 April Tuesday

Ryedale Natural History Society

Talk by Aimee Nicholson RSPB
A Future for Hen Harriers and the Upland landscape
Kirbymoorside Methodist Hall. 7.30pm

23 April Sunday

Ryedale Natural History Society

Outdoor Meeting Ancient Trees Duncombe Park - Brian Walker.
Meet Waterloo Gate SE 584814 2pm

23 April Sunday

Oswaldkirk Village Walk

See website

24 April Monday

OWLS - Photograph with a story

The Malt Shovel 7.30pm

24 April Monday

Scottish Country Dancing

Oswaldkirk Village Hall 7.30pm. £2.50
Contact Helen Goodman 01439788401

28-30 Fri Sat Sun

Tour de Yorkshire.

Friday Scarborough to Bridlington via Pickering, Malton and Pocklington.