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Tockwith Church Services: Sunday, April 28, Family Praise Service at 11am.

Car Boot sale: Tockwith Show is holding a car boot sale as a fundraising event on Monday, May 6 at the Tockwith showground on Cattal Moor Road. Sellers can take their cars onto the field from 7am at a charge of £7 per car and £10 for vans. Buyers on the field from 8am with free admission. Hot sausage and bacon sandwiches will be served along with cakes and refreshments. For the first time this year, we are having an equine section and we are encouraging people to sell their horse tack and riding clothes etc which they no longer need. Please contact Maureen Atkinson on 01937 845638 if you have any queries.

The Spotted Ox: open mic sessions every first Wednesday of the month at 8pm with Arnold of The Raisers. People are invited to book in advance or turn up on the night to perform or go along to listen. Quiz nights every Monday starting at about 8.30pm. There are cash prizes and everyone is welcome. Contact The Spotted Ox on 01423 358387.

Tockwith Bowls Club: Tockwith Bowls Club is a flat green bowling club, situated next to the football field at the Sports Pavilion. We have trained coaches who will help anyone who would like to have a try and anyone is welcome. We also have spare bowls for anyone wanting to try before they buy anything. Come along and enjoy an afternoon or evening in the fresh air. We have a club night on Tuesday nights which is a fun, come and try night. Contact details: Club Captain Ray Clark 01423 358939 or Secretary/Treasurer Roger McGlone 01423 358504.

Ainsty Conservation Society: ACS is a local organisation dedicated to nature conservation and is a registered charity. Workdays are on the morning of the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month. Membership of the society costs £5 per household per year. If you are interested in becoming a member, please contact Ian Williams on 01423 359196.

Tockwith Pop Choir: we meet every Tuesday at 7.30-9:30pm in Tockwith Church. Everyone is welcome and you don’t have to be able to read music or even be good at singing (you’ll be amazed how you can improve with practice). If you can only make it once in a while that is also fine. It’s just £2 per two hour session, £1 for pensioners. The choir does perform locally from time to time for charity but that is also not compulsory. It is all very light hearted and most of all fun! Please contact Lois on 01423 358603 or Sue on 01423 358063 or just come along and see what we do.