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 A Treasure Trove in the Attic
Thursday 23rd March 2017  in Darley Memorial Hall

Gary Don, a well-known antique dealer and valuer from Leeds, who has appeared on various TV and radio shows, talked about various aspects of the antiques business, using some of the items brought in by the audience as his inspiration, and gave valuations.
It was a great evening of infotainment - although no treasure troves were uncovered!

 

  

Darley Open Gardens returned!   
17 July 2016

A lovely summer day with 200+ visitors. 
Some photos of the day below - and more in the Gallery

 

 

 There were 10 gardens open and a large number of craft stalls and plant sales  in Darley Memorial Hall,
on 17th July

 


Entry to the Hall was free, with a variety of refreshments on sale throughout the day.
To visit the gardens people purchased a map (£5 per adult, and free for accompanied children) from Darley Memorial Hall.

The map gave a short description of each garden, and was used to find your way from place to place. All gardens were within walking distance although it was easier to move to move your car to other areas in between visits so that there was time to do justice to the 10 gardens.

The sun shone - and we hope you enjoyed your day.

 

 

 

Thursday 19 November  2015
A Gift of Stones 
by North Country Theatre
Darley Memorial Hall

 

16 May 2014
Rendezvous at the Lizard Lounge
(Dinner Dance at Darley Memorial Hall).  

Guests rubbed shoulders with the local gangsters, molls and special agents (?).  They relived the days of the speak-easy, when the gangsters ruled the streets (and the molls ruled the gangsters). An interesting evening!


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 13 November 2014

The ever-popular North Country Theatre returned with J L Carr's
"A Month in the Country"
Two men, an artist and archaeologist, recently released from the horrors of the trenches, find themselves working side by side in a North Yorkshire village.
What they slowly uncover is an ancient village mystery, hidden passions and the healing power of a month in the country.

This prize winning novel was made into a film with Colin Firth and Kenneth Branagh in the starring roles. Though we can't promise you Colin Firth and Kenneth Branagh you know that with North Country Theatre there'll be wit, invention and imagination as this moving story comes to life on stage.