Paull Summer Charity Night : tickets for this fun-filled family event are already selling like hot cakes, so to get yours before they sell out just call in at the village shop and Post office on Main Street (you can’t miss it, it’s the only shop in Paull!) The event is being held on Saturday August 14th at Fort Paull and will feature entertainment and karaoke by the GeeJay Duo, a pig roast and barbecue, a licensed bar, a bouncy castle and magical entertainment by “Mr. Magic” for the kids, a tombola and a ‘Mega Raffle’ with great prizes including holidays, weekend breaks etc., all for the amazing price of just £3. Admission is by ticket only, with children under 11 years of age admitted free if they are accompanied by an adult. The night’s entertainment starts at 7.00 p.m. and runs until 11.30 p.m. All proceeds are to go to Paull Community Trust’s projects. Why not come along and give your support and enjoy yourself at the same time?
Holderness Rangers Travels : by the
time you read this, several of the girls of Holderness Ranger Guides
will be in different parts of the world as representatives of Girlguiding
UK and also of East Yorkshire. Two, Holly Lockyer and Caroline Harker,
will be in India where they will be visiting the Guides’ World
Centre at Sangam and taking part in community projects during their
three week stay; another, Hayley Lister, will be part of the vast gathering
of 13,000 Scouts and Guides from all over the world at the Taurus International
Jamboree in Finland and two others, Catherine Burgess and myself, will
be in charge of a group of younger Guides from East Yorkshire at the
International Guide Camp in Ayrshire.
The following church services will take place on Sunday August