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Wednesday 23 July
Knock, Knock Comedy Club @ The Baths Hall £9 Adv
10.30am or 1.30pm – Felt Pots Wacky Wednesday Activity – Waters’ Edge Visitor Centre, Barton. £4, booking essential. 01652 631500.
1pm – Discovery Workshop – Pond dipping – Normanby Hall Country Park. Suitable for 5-11 years, £2.50 per child. Please book. 01724 720588.
Unlike the main stream media in Scunthorpe, this web site makes no money but it costs me personally each year to run.
I’ve always paid this my self, and have in the past had a couple of small donations towards these costs from sponsors, Namely Celebrate Party Shop and Dance Julie. Obviously it is unfair to keep going back to the same people to help with these costs on an ongoing basis. Continue reading
Ok so this is a new event brought to you by Acid Peacock, so we thought to make it a little easier to understand what it’s all about and avoid confusion we would lay it out for you by asking Acid Peacock (Brad Dring-Hill) a few questions about his event idea.
This event will take place on August 24th 2014.
There are two separate posters for this event one is for the live music stuff and the other is for the Hardr:ve event upstairs but both are included in the ticket price. There is also a FAMILY HOLIDAY GIVEAWAY. (Read More Below) Continue reading
Slate House Farm, Holme Lane, Holme, Scunthorpe DN16 3RE
New Family festival launches on August 30th.
Now we know we have Broughton Party In The Pines on August 9th catering for the Indie lover and the hardcore ravers but it is an over 18 event and more adult rated. We also get local Fake Fest every year on Winterton showground.
What is different about the new Slate Festival? Well it’s cheaper than Fake festival for a family day out and fake fest mainly uses cover bands. Slate Fest is providing an affordable day and over night stay for families to enjoy. Continue reading
Saturday 19th July saw us review the Words are Weapons rap / grime event at Henry’s in Scunthorpe Town centre.
Words Are Weapons – The Clash is the UK’s largest growing MC Clash event. The event is currently touring the country, pitting local rap and grime artists against each other, as well as bringing larger names from the rap battle scene to fans across the Country. Continue reading
Duke & the Daisy are a band from the Scunthorpe area with their roots in folk and country but with a spicing of pop thrown in there.
They have been making music since 2013 and are very accomplished and well known in the region. They have entered two of their compositions into a national competition call “The Song 2014″ and they need your help to get enough votes to progress to the next round. Continue reading
Residents in the grange lane north area have told us that due to last nights intense storms there is some localised flooding in the area.
A Hornsby bus in Ashby
Tomorrow, Sunday 20th July, sees a celebration of 100 years of Hornsby Travel taking place at Normanby Park.
As part of the celebrations there is set to be a parade of 20 classic buses through the town heading up to Normanby Park where an afternoon of events takes place.
The classic bus parade will set off from Hornsby’s bus depot, on Ashby High Street, at 10:30am and head towards Ashby Turn then Ashby Road, Oswald Road, Mary Street, bus station and then onto Normanby Park. Continue reading
Man has foot injured by man on motorcycle following verbal altercation on Bottesford Road in Scunthorpe
At around 3:20pm on Friday 11th July, a man was inside his home address on Bottesford Road, in Scunthorpe when he heard an altercation going on between a man and a woman, so he went to see what was going on. Continue reading