Following on from the great success of the Picnic at the Pavilion event in June when hundreds of members of the locality flocked to Molescroft Pavilion to soak up the sights, sounds and to spend time together as a community.
We imagine a community where no one is lonely, a community where we look out for our neighbours, a community where we support and help each other in the small ways that make a big difference. That is our hope for The Brink.
Matthew Spence, Brink Team Member said;
“The opportunity that this gives the community of Molescroft is immense. Not just in the short term of meeting new people and spending time conversing with all generations but in the long term allowing us to build new relationships with our peers who we would not have met without the efforts of the strong team that has tasked themselves with creating a better community for the area.”
“The need for events like these has recently been reflected in surveys that show a decrease in people even knowing their neighbour’s names.”
The first event will be the BIG quiz which will be held on 5th September at Molescoft pavilion from 8pm – 9:30. Entry is free and tea, coffee and hot chocolate will be available. If people wish to bring a bottle they are more than welcome to do so. Prizes for the event have been donated from Farthings, Harpers and Yorkshire Ale.
Other events planned also include a monthly Sunday afternoon cafe starting on 8th Sept. The first theme will be harvest festival and people are being encouraged to bring items to donate to the Holderness Foodbank.
The cafe will run from 4pm – 5:30pm and will be family friendly with refreshments and snacks available, crafts and activities for children, a short talk around the Christian meaning of Harvest with discussion questions for adults.
A list of suitable goods to donate can be found here
- Sun Inn Licensee Thrilled To Hear The Sound Of Customers Again
- Let’s Start Putting Life and Vitality Back Into Community Says MP
- Beverley Town Cricket and Recreation Club Awarded Cash From Council
- Beverley Art Gallery To Reopen On Monday With Two Exhibitions
- MP Joins Virtual Summit To Seek Answers For Hull Trains