Culgaith Parish


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A page to publicise your upcoming events:

Parish council meetings are listed on the council page here
2nd Tuesday

12 noon - 1.30pm

Skirwith Village Hall


All homemade bread,soup & cake - proceeds from November 12th for the Eden Valley Friends of Dementia UK

Sunday 13th October


Skirwith Village Hall

Tickets £5 on the door
Followed by optional Supper (£7) of Cornish Pasty, peas & Crumble @ 7pm Which MUST be prebooked (veggie options) on 07792 673386 or e:

Directed by Chris Foggin Starring James Purefoy
Daniel Mays (Vera Drake, Line of Duty ) plays Danny a fast living, London-based music exec who stumbles across the most unlikely of boy band success stories whilst on a detox holiday in Cornwall. Very much in the vein of Bill Forsyth’s Local Hero, this is your classic fish-out-of-water underdog story, brimful of feelgood vibes

Sunday 17th November


Skirwith Village Hall

Screening of RED JOAN (2019) 12A
Tickets £5 on the door
Followed by optional Supper (veggie options) (£7) @ 7pm

An unusual espionage film inspired by the life of Melita Norwood, a KGB operative who was belatedly exposed as a spy when living in suburban retirement in 1999. Sophie Cookson and Judi Dench star as Joan Stanley, an intelligent Cambridge physicist, who gets involved in the contentious politics of her time, by passing classified information about the British nuclear programme to Russia. Directed by Trevor Nunn, starring Judi Dench as Joan
Saturday 7th December


Skirwith Village Hall

The Scrooge Diaries by PMac Productions

So you think you know the Christmas Carol story? Bah!

In this revelatory exclusive, Ebeneezer Scrooge opens his diary to expose the awful truth about Tiny Tim, the Fezziwigs, Jacob Marley and that disgustingly jolly, gluttonous, consumer-driven Ghost of Christmas Present as he reveals the truth behind A Christmas Carol.
Doors open 7pm for 7.30 start
Tickets £10 adult, £5 child, £25 family from 01768 88234 e:

This is part of The Highlights Rural Touring Programme

Sunday 15th December


Skirwith Village Hall

Screening of THE RUNAWAYS (2018) 12A

Tickets £5 on the door
Followed by optional Supper (veggie options) (£7) @ 7pm which MUST be prebooked on 07792 673386 or e:
Directed by Richard Heap One of the best British films of the year, shot on location in Yorkshire and Lancashire. Richard Heap’s fantastic new road movie through the northern backbone of England, sees three young siblings take their pet donkey and leave their broken family life behind them in an attempt to find a safe place to call home. Among the supporting cast Mark Addy (The Full Monty) and Tara Fitzgerald (Waking the Dead) give superb performances.
Sunday 12th January


Skirwith Village Hall

Screening of YESTERDAY (2019) 12A

Tickets £5 on the door
Followed by optional Supper (£7) (veggie options) @ 7pm which MUST be prebooked on 07792 673386 or e:
Jack Malik (Himesh Patel), a struggling musician, wakes up one morning to find reality has erased The Beatles from public consciousness. This brilliant high concept propels Danny Boyle’s (Trainspotting, The Beach) rom-com musical, that is already been talked about as one of the feel-good hits of the summer.
Bookings t: 07792 673386 or e:

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MEMO - Mid Eden Magazine

Memo is a monthly magazine with news from Addingham, Culgaith, Edenhall, Gambesby, Kirkland, Langwathby, Melmerby, Ousby and Skirwith. It is run by a committee and band of volunteers and as well as News it provides notices of events, classes, businesses and local services. It is sponsored by local PCCs, groups and businesses and is delivered to every household in the area.