VISITOR & COMMUNITY INFORMATION POINT
For information and leaflets on local attractions and services, visit our visitor and community information point.
The friendly team at the Key Centre are always happy to tell you what's on or assist with any enquires.
MIDDLEHAM KEY CENTRE TEA IN THE AFTERNOON**
All welcome, come for a chat, knit, ipad, tablet, draw, crochet & crafts (Gents welcome too) Wednesday 4, 11, 18 December and every Wednesday in January from 8 January at 2.00pm - 3.30 pm
Middleham residents can pick up an RDC green box, blue bag and green garden waste bags from The Key Centre. Green boxes and blue bags are free of charge. Green garden waste bags are £2.08 a roll.
Middleham Town Council invites juniors up to 11 yrs of age to the annual Christmas Grotto on Saturday 14 December, 2-4 pm
KEY CENTRE COFFEE MORNINGS
BEETLE DRIVE AT THE KEY CENTRE
The makers of the wonderful Millennium Hanging which adorns our foyer, meet every Monday from 11.00am to 2.30pm.
WENSLEYDALE DECORATIVE & FINE ARTS SOCIETY
ANTIQUES & COLLECTORS FAIRS:
Held the last Sunday each month (except December). Open from 10.00am to 4.00pm Refreshments available.
Next Fair: 26 January
MIDDLEHAM & DALES LOCAL HISTORY GROUP: Next meeting: Tuesday 21 January at 2 pm. For further details ring Tony Keates on 01969 640436 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Feel free to pop in and browse, to borrow books free of charge or to bring good quality books to be enjoyed by others. We have a good selection of adult and children's fiction, non- fiction. If you don't have a book to swap a donation of 50p would be gratefully received.
BOOKS FOR SALE:
A range of books, maps and postcards are available to purchase.
Fall in love with Local Food in North Yorkshire: 90 page directory available at Middleham Key Centre, price 50p
A Grand Day Out (well 5 actually) Five fantastic short walks in Wensleydale including walks around Hawes, Bolton Castle, Aysgarth, Middleham & Jervaulx. Booklet price £3.00
The Six Dales Trail (A 38 mile walk from Otley to Middleham)
The Six Dales Trail runs through some of the most beautiful, yet little - known countryside in the Yorkshire Dales, in Northern England. The trail starts in Otley, 12 miles northwest of Leeds, and heads north, for 38 miles to Middleham, traversing the Nidderdale area of outstanding natural beauty along its way, and taking the walker into 6 dales, each with its own distinctive character: £5.99
Come to play Bridge at the Key Centre.
Wednesday evenings at 7.00 pm If you do not have a partner, or are a complete beginner, please contact us, so that we can arrange for a partner or instructor for you.
Bridge Matches: Sunday 1 December and 26 January
Contact Susan Mackellar 01748 822261 or Mary Buglass 01969 623201
Meets weekly on Thursdays, at 12 noon providing a valuable social occasion for the over 60's. Delicious meals, freshly prepared. No lunch on 26 December.
Everyone welcome, ring 01969 624002 for further details.
MIDDLEHAM TOWN COUNCIL: The town clerk's office is situated in the Key Centre and the clerk, Julie Owram, can be contacted on 01969 625225 or email: email@example.com
Normal council office opening hours:
Mondays 8.30am - 3.30 pm
Tuesdays 8.30am - 3.30 pm
Thursdays 8.30am - 3.30 pm
(Office closed until 10 October 2013)
Town Council Meeting: No meeting in December
MIDDLEHAM MOBILE POST OFFICE
The Middleham "mobile post office" service is available in front of the Old Town Hall, Middleham:
Mondays 11.00am - 12.00pm
Tuesdays 9.00am - 10.30am
Thursdays 11.00am - 12.00noon
Fridays 10.30am - 11.45am
For further information phone 08457 223344 or visit: www.postoffice.co.uk
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