More bits of the jigsaw
We are grateful to all of those who have come too see us & tell us their memories, bring us books to read that help to set the scene etc.
In the last week we have got two more pieces of the jigsaw.
First is this advert which was in the Church Parish magazine in January 1955. If you can add anything about Mr Davis & his butchery, we would love to here from you
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Coming soon to Old Bolsover Yard ........
Things have been going reasonably well, and we are pleased to launch another new event that will take place at the end of April.
Now before anybody says anything - we know that we are not a yarn shop, but we are all about crafts - and one of the oldest crafts must be - knitting, crocheting & all things wool/yarn.
And so we are going to support Yarn Shop Day. If you are involved in 'anything & everything to do with yarn, and want to demonstrate your skill, or sell your handmade wool/yarn products then email for us for a form & more details.
Finally, and this thought has only just entered my mind but - is there a locally based knitting group who would like to take part - a sort of 'knitting circle'
Bolsover Food & Drink Festival - July 2019
Response has been slow, but that might be because July seems a long time away, but in the event planning world it is not that far away.
So, just a reminder about the Old Bolsover Yard 'Cake Bonanza' to be held over the weekend July 27th & 28th.
The aim is to get together a series of small businesses, who have things 'cake related' - cake themed home decor, vintage crockery, wooden platters etc. and yes of course cakes.
If you want to find out more, then have a read of the poster below, and then email us, and we will get back to you, with more details.
We are pleased to welcome......
We have only just confirmed the booking with them & so more information to follow in the coming weeks.
In the meantime, put the date in your diary.
And finally for this week....
They are a three part harmony choir – Altos, Mezzos and Sopranos, however they have dabbled with more harmony sections, thanks to their exciting brush with Gareth Malone in 2016. They sing a variety of music genres including musicals, 80s classics and modern pop. They also have some very talented choir members who enable the choir to arrange music, allowing them to mash their favourite songs together.
Depending on availability the choir can number as many as 50 voices, so we are in for a fabulous day when we have finally fixed the date.
So there we are then....
We are off for a few days rest & recuperation - but planning for the year ahead will not stop!