The receipts are now in and we can happily announce that the Village Hall quiz last month made a profit of £598 (and 19p).This is a fantastic amount and we are grateful to the 68 quiz folk in the 13 teams who took part on the night.We are also extremely grateful to Roger and Gill…

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Our splendid village hall calendar for 2020 is going on sale and takes a look at the marvellous history of Ryhall and Belmesthorpe. The photos whiz you back in time, capturing the drama and the sense of fun in the parish over the last 120 years. We see flooding in The Square, May Pole dancing…

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We are delighted to announce the winners of our two printed Christmas quizzes. Sue Peacock took first prize in the competition to guess the Christmas carols and songs and won a fabulous hamper generously donated by Ryhall Village Stores. The second prize of our enchanting 2019 calendar went to Maralyn Hicks. In the second quiz,…

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What a night… yes, we are still recovering from another cracking Ryhall quiz. Maz Roberts and daughter Sian took a packed village hall through another frenetic evening of fun and facts. Tears of laughter, shouts of glee, desperate moments of head-scratching. They were all there. The hall made more than £430 profit so thank you…

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Thank you to all those who bought our calendar. Every copy has been sold and we are delighted with the support we received. For those who missed out, the calendar features fabulous views of Ryhall and Belmesthorpe through the seasons and has been described as “a cracker”. We aim to produce one this year so…

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Campo all Delaine - Ryhall Village Hall

Double-decker gives a lift to Village Hall’s 2016 calendar Villagers took a journey back in time when a historic 1950s double-decker bus returned to Ryhall. The last occasion the blue Delaine vehicle had visited the village was in the late 1970s on a passenger run between Bourne and Stamford. This time it was a special trip…

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The winner of the Ryhall mini-film contest is Emily Henshaw for her brilliant entry, Creepy Consuela. Her video was judged to be “dynamic and innovative” and the judges congratulated Emily and her team on such an excellent effort. They received a cash prize and certificate. Nick Bellairs, organiser of the contest for the village hall,…

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