Stokesley & District

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Monthly Meetings & Events.

Monthly Meetings.

The monthly meetings take place in Stokesley Town Hall on the 2nd Wednesday of the month.

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  • Free for members.
  • Open 1.30pm for refreshments & chat.
  • Held in the Main Hall of Town Hall, Stokesley.
  • Access: via stairs or lift.
  • Hearing induction loop.

If you are free please join us in the Town Hall to socialise over a cup of tea or coffee at 1:30pm before our more formal sessions start at 2pm and are planned to finish at 3pm.

Our Monthly Meetings have covered a wide range of topics this year and nearly a third of our members have attended at least one session. There is no commitment to attend every Monthly Meeting but it is a no-cost opportunity to meet or make friends and to “Learn, Laugh, Live”.

Ours is a voluntary organisation which serves our community and is dependent upon everyone volunteering to do what they can as part of our community. If you can volunteer to help, or have ideas that will help us to “Learn, Laugh, Live” please contact me, or a Committee Member (or put a note in our “Suggestion Box” at any Monthly Meeting). Many hands make light work, so your contribution will be appreciated.

Dr Madeline Fisher is the speaker finder and organiser for the monthly meetings.

Forthcoming events

12th June 2024
1:30 pm
Meeting

Rubbish!

Ian Clare (North Yorkshire Rotters volunteer) will be our speaker. The North Yorkshire Rotters, known as the Rotters is a project funded by North Yorkshire Council to promote and teach […]
Venue: Stokesley Town Hall
Cost: No charge

10th July 2024
1:30 pm
Meeting

From GP to Author

Speaker: Carol M Tetlow. Will this inspire your Summer holiday reading (or writing)?
Venue: Stokesley Town Hall
Cost: No charge

14th August 2024
1:30 pm
Meeting

Riding for the Disabled Association

Speaker Paula Kuit chair of the RDA Teesside Group
Venue: Stokesley Town Hall
Cost: No charge


Letter from Hearing Dogs for Deaf People.