A night to celebrate the winners of the club’s tournaments.
Night includes a quiz, pie and peas, a raffle and the presentation of trophies to the winners and runners up in the club’s annual knock out tournaments.
The bar will be oprn serving a variety of drinks.
Just £6 per person is great value for a great night out. Contact Judy Davis on 01246 432628 to book your place.
50 stalls selling delicious locally produced foods and beautiful crafts.
Fresh food to eat on the day or take away.
Mulled win, refreshments and live music.
Win a fabulous food hamper!
Free entry and parking.
Another first for the Club is a Dog-Fest on the 28th July 2019.Free entry to the field and free car park. Plenty of fun for your four legged friends and their humans. Bar, bouncy castle, stalls, Fun Dog Show with agility and activities. Bring your dog for a fun day.
The local community and everyone else is invited to come and try tennis for free at our fabulous courts in the heart of Ridgeway. There will be mini- tennis for youngsters and free play and adult coaching will be available. To register go to www.lta.org.uk/tennis weekends and search for Ridgeway Tennis Club.
Ridgeway Classic Car Show. Exhibitors £3 if you pre-register or £5 on the day. Public entry is free. Refreshments and hot food available. Bar open.
For more info contaxct firstname.lastname@example.org or ring Amanda on 07732268583.
Abba tribute band return to sing songs from the great collection of songs that made the group such a world wide phenomenom back in the 80s. Tickets are £10 and include roast pork sandwich. For tickets contact Pauline on 0114 2488910.
Just look at the posters to see what the club has to offer. Why not come along and see if you’d like to have a go?
Over 50 stalls selling locally produced foods and crafts. Foods include pork sausages and burgers, savoury and sweet pies, cheeses, pizza, buffalo, preserves including chutneys and jams, honey, artisan bread. There will be freshh seafood including octupus, prawns and crayfish. There will be handmade chocolates, cakes and brownies, local honey and Greek foods, fresh mushrooms and hot soup. Also try the speciality teas and coffee or the draught and bottled real ale or try the gin stall.
Handmade crafts include jewellery, candles, soaps, Christmas baubles, cards and textiles; natural skincare, plus crocheted, knotted and sewn items including scarves, hats and ponchos, festive decorations, silk flowers, bespoke clocks, pictures and artwork.
Enjoy our mulled wine plus tea and coffee and mince pies served in the Centenary Room. Music from Bessemer Brass and local singer Ren Faye. Ridgeway 2019 Village Calendars and cards will also be on sale.
All food producers and crafters are local and sell high quality goods.
Residents are invited to stand as Members of the Board of Management. All Board members become Trustees of the Charity. Roles and responsibilities of Trustees can be found on the Charity Commission website. For more information contact the Chairman Michael Mason on 0114 2473308.