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39th Hobbies Exhibition

  • Saturday 2 March, 11am - 4pm
  • Location: Goole Leisure Centre, Cost: FREE

The Rotary Club is once again organizing the Hobbies Exhibition and we would like to invite any person or organisation to come along and provide a display of their particular interest or hobby. We usually have 55 to 60 exhibitors.

The venue will once again be the Goole Leisure Centre and in this, our 39th year, it will be held on Saturday 2nd March. The exhibition will be open to the public from 11 am to 4 pm and admission will be free. We do however appreciate any contribution that visitors wish to make, which will this year be given to the Yorkshire Air Ambulance.

We will be pleased to have exhibits both static and mobile, demonstrations of particular hobbies etc. and any activity that will be of interest to anyone looking for a new hobby to pursue. There is no charge for exhibition space and we provide the tables. It is our intention to show people how their leisure time can be enriched and to introduce prospective members to the many local organizations that are available in the Goole area and can cater for their interests.

If anyone who has not previously exhibited would like to take part they should contact me, by telephone or letter, at 148 Hook Road, Goole, DN14 5JZ, Tel. No. 01405 763896, or email me at roberthaigh742@btinternet.com and preferably no later than 12th February 2019.

R Haigh, Exhibition Organizer

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Ways 2 Wellbeing: Peer Support at Hull & East Riding Mind

  • From Wednesday 1st August,
  • Location: Community Room, Junction, Paradise Place, Goole, DN14 5DL, Cost: FREE

Want to improve your mental health? We can help. We have a range of peer support workshops to support you to improve your mental health and wellbeing. All our workshops use the ‘Five ways to wellbeing’- Connect, Be Active, Take Notice, Keep Learning and Give. Making these part of our day to day lives can help all of us to look after our mental health and aids recovery. To book your FREE place call 01482 240200 or email info@heymind.org.uk