Welcome To Alne Village

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The next Alne Street Fayre is on Sunday 10-June 2018:

Click here to go direct to the Street Fayre website

Alne Street Fayre 2013 busy chillin


     Click here for the full-colour Church restoration brochure

The News Archive is to be found on a separate page under the History tab.

See the Calendar of Events for forthcoming items of interest. Also, please let us know of any events that are planned and we will include them.

This village site is organised and paid for by Alne Parish Council but it is not a Parish Council website.

If you find anything out of date or incorrect, please tell us through the Contact page. Thank you. 



Latest news from Alne Village:

18-Nov-2017: A reminder that we are fortunate enough to have an old-fashioned milkman providing a service to the village. If you want fresh milk on your doorstep together with eggs, cream etc, contact Liz Wade on 838806  or lizwade62@hotmail.co.uk for information.

16-Nov-2017: In response to the request for information for the new edition of Alne Annals, we have received a letter from Sue Parsons (nee Craven) who lived in Alne in the 1950s and whose grandfather was Richard Ernest Craven, head teacher at Alne School from 1907. The letter can be found here in case anyone remembers the family and wants to add to the history.

11-Nov-2017: Fifty people attended an excellent afternoon concert in St Mary's Church given by Helen Dawson (cello), Emma Hewison (clarinet) and Simon Dawson (cornet et al), pictured left taking their final bow (photo courtesy Cheryl McBroom).

06-Nov-2017: The 2018 programme for Alne WI has now been published. Click here to go straight there.

06-Nov-17: The November Parish Newsletter (in full colour) can be accessed here.

24-Oct-17: A tree fell during the night and completely blocked the Avenue, preventing southwards exit from Alne this morning. Local volunteers were quickly on hand to restore our links with the outside world! See photo below.

08-Oct-2017: The Alne Sunday newspaper collection is working well. If you want to join the scheme, contact Robert on brech28@btinternet.com The upside is that you get your Sunday newspaper delivered each week to the Church, the downside is that you have to do the collection from Easingwold roughly once a quarter.

08-Oct-2017: The October Parish Newsletter (in full colour) can be accessed here.

30-Aug-2017: With kind permission of the Newton family and the financial support of Alne Parish Council, Alne Annals is being reprinted. The opportunity is being taken to add new material so, if you have historical information relating to Alne and its inhabitants that you think would be of interest to a wider readership, please send it to Robert Brech at brech28@btinternet.com by 30-Nov.

08-Jul-2017: A full index of Alne Parish Councillors from 1913 is now available. Click on the History tab to access it.

 17.10.24 Fallen tree in Avenue Trimmed