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Cream Tea and Dance - FREE Admission

Home Cook is helping to raise awareness of “Health For All” and reduce experience of loneliness and social isolation.  Together, we can all make a difference!  

Home Cook invites you to come along to our FREE Cream Tea And Dance event which takes place on the last Friday of every month between 1.00 - 3.00.  Next due to take place on ...

24th November 

At Spofforth Village Hall 

Castle Street 

Spofforth 

HG3 1AP


 

 


 

2018 - New Year Cream Tea And Dance Dates For Your Diary ...

January 26th

February 23rd

March 30th

April 27th 

May 25th

June 29th 

July 27th 

August 31st 

September 28th 

October 26th 

November 30th 

December 28th 

 

at

Spofforth Village Hall 

Castle Street 

Spofforth

North Yorkshire

HG3 1AP 

Our Cream Tea And Dance is set within the beautiful Village of Spoforth, North Yorkshire which is around 5 miles from Harrogate and just 3 miles from Wetherby.  Come and enjoy an afternoon of music, dance and delicious homebakes.  Dancers/nondancers welcome!  We also take song requests and play a wide selection of music to compliement a range of dance styles from ...

  • Slow Waltz
  • Waltz
  • Slow Rumba
  • Foxtrot
  • Jive
  • Cha Cha Cha
  • Ballroom/Sequence

Home Cook will be providing FREE admission to all future Monthly Cream Tea and Dance events (free admission includes homebakes/hot beverages and listening to a variety of music hosted by Jayne) from October 2017 to help raise awareness of “Health For All” and help reduce experience of loneliness and social isolation.  Donations are welcome which will be distributed towards fundraising for chosen local and national charities.  Jayne will be taking part in the Virgin London Marathon on April 22nd 2018 to help rasise awareness of Dementia and fundraising for DementiaUK. 

We welcome all newcomers, dancers, non-dancers of all ages as well as visitors to the historic village of Spofforth where you can relax and enjoy a little indulgence from our menu of freshly made scones and collection of sweet treats all served with traditional English tea or hot/cold bevarage.  Admission is completley FREE which includes all homebakes and hot beverages. No booking required, simply turn up on the day.  It really is a delightful, enjoyable afternoon treat.  All welcome!

Dietary requirements - we can also provide a range of delicious homebakes suitable for most dietary requirements.  Please contact us if you would like further information.  

FREE Transport - free transport can be arranged within HG postal area but will require booking in advance.  Please contact us on 07857313138 or email homecook.biz@gmail.com  for further details.

Contact us on 07857313138 if you require further information.  You can also receive up to date news by following Home Cook on our facebook and twitter pages.  We look forward to welcoming you!  

 

 

 

 

Tearoom - Spofforth Village Hall 

Relax in the beautiful, warm and cosy Spofforth Village Hall this Autumn and treat yourself to a choice of freshly made homebakes, delicious sweet treats and hot and cold beverages. Contact Jayne on 07857313138 if you require further information.

Our montlhy Tearoom takes place on Sunday's fom 11.00 - 4.00.  Next taking place on the following dates ...

3rd December 

 

2018 - New Year Tearoom Dates For Your Diary ...

January 14th

February 11th

March 18th 

April 8th 

May 15th

June 10th

July 8th 

August 12th

September 9th 

October 14th 

November 11th 

December 9th 

 

at

Spofforth Village Hall

Castle Street

Spofforth

North Yorkshire

HG3 1AP

 

 

 

Visit Spofforth

 

Spofforth - is set within the Harrogate district of North Yorkshire and is around 3 miles from Wetherby and 5 miles from Harrogate.  

Places of interest in Spofforth ... 

Spofforth Castle - Visit Spofforth Castle, a fortified manor house built in the early 14th century, which is free to visit and is now run by English Heritage as a popular tourist attraction.

Railway Viaduct (disused) - On 21st July 1845, a Parliamentary Act was passed authorising George Hudson's York & North Midland Railway to construct a 18½-mile line connecting Church Fenton with Harrogate. The route was staked out two months later and opened as far as Spofforth on 10th August 1847. The remainder of the line into Harrogate involved major engineering works including the 31-arch Crimple (Valley) Viaduct and two tunnels totalling 1,240 yards. It was completed on 20th July 1848.