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What’s On This Week

Saturday 19 to Sunday 7 September

11am to 5pm – Elsham Hall Country Park Open Every Day – Adults £5.50, children £4.50, concessions £5, children under 2 free, family £19. 01652 688698.

Saturday 19 July

WAW (Words Are Weapons) Grime Clash @ Henrys -2pm- 7pm £10 OTD

Cleethorpes Carnival- @ Cleethorpes Front/Meridian Park

Northern Soul & Motown @ Ashby Mill Road Club 7:30pm

10am to 4pm – Summer Craft Fair – Epworth Old Rectory – Entertainment, stalls and games on the croft. Meet the animals, refreshments. £1 adult, under 12s free. 01427 872268.

11am – Visit Messingham Sand Quarry – Meet in car park Grid ref SE908032. 01507 526667.

1.30pm – Railtour around the iron and steel making plant at Scunthorpe – Standard tour 1.30pm for 2 ½ hours (suitable for all ages). Places must be booked with Brigg Tourist Information Centre 01652 657053. Admission free (donations welcome).

2pm – Georges Marvellous Medicine – Performed by Illyria Theatre, Baysgarth Park, Barton. Free, please bring low backed chairs, rugs and refreshments. 01652 660380.

7.30pm – Wold Singers Summer Concert – Old Brumby United Church, Ashby Road, Scunthorpe. £5 including light refreshments. 01724 850518.

8pm – Salute to the 60s – Assembly Rooms, Barton. Playing live, the original Del-Vikings. £5.

Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 July

12 to 5pm Sat, 12 to 4pm Sun – Winterton Open Gardens – Tickets at Old School Hall, £5 for both days. Free shuttle bus around town. 01724 734285.

Sunday 20 July

8am to 6pm – Crowle Agricultural Show- Pony showing and jumping, horse jumping, cattle, dog and sheep shows, Laser Clay Pigeon shooting, trade and craft stands, static engines. Polo and Sheepdog demonstrations. Main ring events 12.30-5pm. Adults £5, concessions £3, family (2 adults and 3 children) £10. Free parking. 01724 710627.

10.30am to 4.30pm – 100 years of Hornsby Buses! – Normanby Hall Country Park. 01724 720588.

11am to 3pm – Open Gardens – Crane House, Main St, Ealand, DN17 4JG and 30 New Trent Street, Ealand, DN17 4JJ. In aid of Lindsey Lodge Hospice. 01724 843731.

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Club Night Tailored For People With Learning Difficulties

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Sphere Bar in Scunthorpe town centre are hosting a night out for people with learning difficulties. This will give people the chance to meet new friends in a club environment.

PAs and carers also welcome. So join in on a night of fun, music and new friends in a relaxed atmosphere with friendly staff.

Sphere is quite an intimate venue with a nice club feel, there’s plenty of lasers and a fresh decor.

Sphere Bar, 13 Doncaster Road, Scunthorpe, on Thursday, July 24, from 7.30pm to 10.30pm.

Entry is £7 – pay on the door

 

Live Review: The Sunshine Underground

Carl MacDonald



The Welly Club in Hull provided the dark, dingy setting for this concert as The Sunshine Underground headed to Yorkshire as part of their UK tour following the release of their second album Nobody’s Coming To Save You.

As the 200 or so loyal fans packed into the dank setting, excitement built despite the dreary surroundings. Often these battered old intimate venues have an uncanny knack or drawing the best from both bands and fans.

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SORTED – UNDERGROUND DANCE MUSIC FROM THE 1990S AT MERIDIAN PARK CLEETHORPES

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Saturday 16th August

Successful artists and DJs on the underground dance music scene during the 1990s will be playing sets comprising only of music produced in the year 1999 or before. All DJ sets are vinyl only.

The event is to provide a full day of inspiring house music produced during the 1990s and showcase increasingly forgotten beat-matching skills. To recreate the positive, friendly atmosphere that existed during the early rave and underground dance music scene.

The line-up is intentionally diverse. Funky, soulful house music will be followed by acts from the breakbeat scene, classic progressive house as well as flashbacks to the old skool rave scene.

Now the amazing ALISON LIMERICK added to the event.

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