The winning venue will receive recognition from Scunthorpe Nights via social media and http://www.scunthorpenights.co.uk on a winners page. Winners will also be emailed a Scunthorpe Nights certificate to display at their venue.
Please don’t start getting petty or angry when you don’t agree with something on a vote. We aren’t the Oscars or The Brits.
We are a voluntary network so please don’t expect an ugly trophy for your mantle piece. 🙂
Any venue showing an attitude or bad sportsmanship towards another venue will be removed from nominations if they continue after warning. Build each other up, don’t break each other down!
It’s a tough time for small venues, this is about helping them and working together.
Why are we posting about Scunthorpe Hauntings? Well we can see what the public google to reach our site. Surprisingly a lot of people use the search terms “Haunted Scunthorpe” and “Haunted Places in Scunthorpe“.
The Antique Collectors circle did a fantastic job of putting on an interesting and enjoyable WW1 Exhibition at St Hugh’s on Brumby Corner. The vintage tea party was served in vintage tea pots, a retro mash up of different patterned cups and saucers.
The owners of the exhibition items were very welcoming and friendly, sharing their knowledge of the history in their possession. There were Lovely home baked cakes on offer and a variety of sandwiches. Continue reading Album//World War One Exhibition→