What’s on

A rough guide to what’s on where over the weekend. Programmes will be available at the event with correct times and venues, as well as any updated information.

FRIDAY

  • Evening dance in the Wheatsheaf with DJ 65000 and Hep to the Jive. With an optional dance lesson from Sue (Jive Class) at the start of the evening. Free Entry!

SATURDAY

  • Road closes (Main Street & High Street) 10am – 5pm.

– Vintage vehicles on display throughout the village.

– Displays from Northern WW2 Association in the park and the Wheatsheaf garden.

– Weddings of Yesteryear display in St Marys Church.

– A slideshow, “Callsign one Charlie”; the remarkable story of a Churchill AVRE and its crew on D Day.

– Old fashioned fete games to keep the kids happy!

– Trade stalls with a variety of 1940s memorabillia &clothing. Including a vintage hairdresser. These stalls will be in two locations; near the Three Horseshoes and near the Community Centre.

  • A vehicle parade through the village accompanied by our own Churchill (impersonator Robert Burns).
  • Music and dancing in the Square and in the street with DJ 65000, Colin Bourdiec as George Formby, Miss Harri Deane, Rachel Mercer and D’ukes.
  • Visit from the Thwaites Dray. They will be located at the Three Horseshoes and will take a walk up the street, turning around to walk back to the pub.
  • Saturday Night Dance with DJ 65000 and the Mike Brown Band. The Community Centre is decked out for a VE day style celebration. Doors open at 7pm for a 7.30 start. Ticket only event, £12.50 each. Please see the BOOKING page for details on where to get your tickets.

SUNDAY

  • Road closes (Main Street & High Street) 10am – 5pm.

– Vintage vehicles on display throughout the village.

– Displays from Northern WW2 Association in the park and the Wheatsheaf garden.

– Weddings of Yesteryear display in St Marys Church.

– A slideshow, “Callsign one Charlie”; the remarkable story of a Churchill AVRE and its crew on D Day.

– Old fashioned fete games to keep the kids happy!

– Trade stalls with a variety of 1940s memorabillia &clothing. Including a vintage hairdresser. These stalls will be in two locations; near the Three Horseshoes and near the Community Centre.

  • An act of remembrance and service outside of St Marys Church following a short parade led by our local Scout group & accompanied by the City of Bradford Pipe Band.
  • Vehicle & marching parade at 1pm. Including Winston Churchill (impersonator Robert Burns), City of Bradford Pipe Band & the Ovaltinies (Ingleton Primary School).
  • A performance by the Helen Howard School of Dance.
  • Tea Dance at the Community Centre with Hep to the Jive. Doors open at 2pm. Tickets cost £5 on the door and include a slice of cake with tea or coffee.

Please Note: We have applied for the Battle of Britain Memorial Flypast and are awaiting confirmation on a day and time.

More events and attractions to be added as they are confirmed.