Holywell Community Music Festival 2016
1st, 2nd, 3rd July 2016
Elland Golf Club
Following the success of the first Holywell Community Music Festival, we are proud to announce that the 2016 festival will be back on the fist weekend of July.
The line up is now coming together, and we can announce that on Friday 1st July we will have Fairport Convention front man Chris Leslie headlining. Liam Merman and Eoin Meacher are flying in from Ireland and will be playing twice over the weekend.
Also confirmed are The Hayes Sisters, who will woo the crowd with their fantastic three part harmony on saturday evening.
And festival favourites and Holywell supporters Plumhall will be back, we just couldn't keep them away!
Keep watching the website and facebok for further details when they occur.
Colours - Fund Raising Fashion Show
7th July 2016, 7.30pm
Elland Golf Club
Always keen to try something new we know this won’t disappoint!
This is a ladies only, interactive event and all the clothes on show can be purchased - at great discount! - on the night.
The show itself will last about an hour and a half. During this time the compère and models will showcase a current selection of discounted garments from favourite high street brands such as Marks and Spencer, Wallis, Topshop, Next, Country Casuals, River Island, etc. Afterwards, guests are free to try on the clothes and shop their hearts out!
The garments are brought in weekly to keep up with relevant fashion trends! ‘Colours’ buy over-production and cancelled orders in bulk so they can pass the saving on to you. Their ranges offer fantastic value for money for all guests.
ALL THE ITEMS ARE AT LEAST 50% CHEAPER THAN THE IN-STORE RRP
Entrance is £5 per person, and the event will commence at 7.30 pm.
Further details will follow but tickets must be purchased in advance from Beverley on 07881 661348.
Share Issue Update...
It was only a matter of weeks after launching our unique share issue that Mr Gale, the owner of the Holywell Inn, submitted his latest planning application, which moved our focus from promoting the share issue to fighting a planning application that should never have been allowed to be considered.
So, now we have that obstacle out of the way, we can get back to business, and boy are we in better shape then we were 6 months ago.
Without the promotion it deserves, the share issue has still been steadily growing, providing a regular income to the campaign. These funds are sitting in the Holywell Community Pub Share Issue bank account, and will only be used when we are in a position to purchase and renovate the building.
This regular income is such a positive message to give to funding bodies, it shows that we have a core of people committed to the venture, and have the necessary funds to service finance in the short term until the Holywell Inn is finally re-opened.
But ideally, we need more investors. The more investors we have the more attractive our proposition looks to financial institutions.
So here is a summary of the Share Issue:
To become a member is very simple just download the Share Issue Prospectus HERE and read fully. Complete the standing order mandate and return it to your bank. And that's it.
However, if you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact the facilities manager, Mark Stead by phone on 07737 884679 or by email at hcplShareIssue@outlook.com