SNAPE OPEN GARDENS Saturday 30th June and Sunday 1st July 10.00am to 4pm both days. A variety of gardens will be open, most are wheelchair accessible. Refreshments in the institute form 10.30am to 3.30pm. This is a fundraising event for Well and Snape Churches. For further information and donations of help or food, please contact Janet Seel on 470823 or the knopps on 470204
Well Playing Field - available for all children from the village and other areas to use. A variety of play equipment and space for ball games as well
Well Inflated Cycling Group
To start again in Spring 2015. All welcome. Telephone David Greaves on 01677 470305 for more information. Olympic Torch
David Greaves carried the Olympic Torch in Thirsk in 2012
There is a walking group in the village made up of some from the village and some from further afield as well, longer walks take place on first and third Mondays in the month unless it is a Bank Holiday Monday and shorter walks on the second and fourth Mondays in the month. All meet 10.00 am at Orchard House, Church Street, Well. For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org or see the Parish Magazine.
Well Oiled Fuel Club
A fuel club to access better prices when purchasing heating oil (min 500 litres) is now up and running in the village. The first delivery was on 1st February 2012. It is expected that deliveries will be twice a year, however, there may be interim deliveresd at other times. The first delivery saved around 7p per litre. Anyone interested in in being part of this group to contact email@example.com email and the enquiry will be re-directed to the coordinator.
Well Ladies Meal
Next meal Well Ladies Meal - Summer 2015 Click on the menu below to make it large enough for you to read. If you want to choose from the Specials Board, go the Milbank website – www.themilbankarms.co.uk. The menus will be available and it also shows the specials menu for each week. Choices by Wednesday 16th July at the latest please.
The 7th Annual Lower Wensleydale Bike Ride
Diamond Jubilee 2012
Diamond Jubilee report click to read Thank you to Antje Ream for these photographs