Skinner and T’witch review

We had an excellent night with Skinner & T’witch at the village hall last night. Feedback from the 40 guests was excellent … “fantastic”, “loved it”, “brilliant storytelling and atmosphere”, “nice to be acoustic”, “very nice venue, friendly and pleasant”. It was a great night out raising money for the village hall.

Skinner and T’witch were the perfect fit for our compact village hall. Sandra and Steve entertained us with wonderful harmonies and beautiful songs, often funny, sometimes moving, and it made for a wonderful evening’s entertainment . We’d love to have them back!

Thanks also to Rural Arts and Arts Council England who have helped to bring great entertainment right to our doorstep!

Books and Bakes. Saturday 29th October

9.30am-12 noon.

Back by popular demand, October sees the return of our books and bakes morning. Watch out for book donation points around the village again from the start of October (Brook House Farm, at the Village Hall and at no. 80).

Free entry to the sale with books sold on a pay as you feel basis and bacon butties and treats from the village hall kitchen.

Bring your carrier bags!


Folk, Flamenco and Theatre-style songs with an added dose of comedy, all in one foot-tapping evening. There are fabulous reviews for this Leeds-based duo.

Skinner and T’witch

This evening is our first foray into putting on events at the village hall with Rural Arts, with the aim of bringing a wider range of music and other performances to the village. A max capacity audience will be appreciated! Tickets are £10 in advance.

Tickets available online now via Rural Arts

Ensure you select ‘click and collect’. Also from 80 Main Street, 01723 859730

Wine bar (cash only) & fundraising raffle. The artists will also be bringing along some of their merchandise to sell.

The venue, Ebberston Village Hall, is situated beside 56 Main Street, Ebberston.

Ebberston Village Hall survey

Ebberston Village Hall Committee are carrying out a survey to better understand how the current Village Hall building and fabric is perceived by residents and users, to help guide a programme of improvements, from major to minor.  

The Committee has lots of ideas but would need to apply for grants to be able to carry out some of this work. Funders often require evidence of community support for such projects. This survey therefore forms an essential first step in that process and your contribution is vital. 

Our aims for this survey are

 – To gauge the level of community support for development of the existing Village Hall building, and to establish the priorities and needs of residents / hall users.

Please fill out this survey as soon as you are able and no later than Friday 14th October. Your response is anonymous.

The survey should not take more than 5 minutes. If you have any questions about the survey, please feel free to speak to any member of the village hall committee or email 

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Book of Condolence

Following the sad death of Her Majesty The Queen, a book of condolence will be available in Ebberston Village Hall for all residents & visitors to sign & leave their messages and tributes. The hall will be open from 6pm to 7pm every evening from today until Wed 14th Sept (incl).

The book will also be at the Chapel daily between 9am and 5pm up until the day of her funeral.

HM Queen Elizabeth

Celebrating the Platinum Jubilee at Ebberston Village Hall

It’s time to dust off your bunting as the winner of the Best Dressed House will be announced at Afternoon Tea on 4th June. But please join us for a special morning at the village hall too to take part in the making of the village mosaic and see it start to come to life.

Bacon butties (bacon from Cedar Barn) will be on sale all morning to help sustain you. And then in the afternoon, just come back later for a platter of homemade cakes and tea. Prizes for the Best Dressed House will be awarded around 4pm.

Ebberston’s Best Dressed House

To celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, Ebberston Village Hall committee invites you to decorate your house and join in the Best Dressed House competition.
Judging, by an invited VIP, will take place on Friday 3rd June so all you need to do is to make sure your house is looking its best by that day.
The winner and two runners up will be announced towards the end of the Jubilee mosaic and afternoon tea event at the Village Hall on Saturday 4th June, c.4pm. A prize will be awarded to the winner. We look forward to seeing your amazing and creative designs!