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Alnestock
Alnestock

 

The News Archive is now 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 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If you find anything out of date or incorrect, please tell us through the Contact page.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:

06-Jan-2015: The latest update on the Alne Hall sensory garden is now on their page. See Amenities/Leonard Cheshire.

26-Dec-2014: The annual Boxing Day 'Dads' v 'Lads' football match (aka as Alne Arthritics v an Eddie Myers XI) resulted in a 2-1 win for the Dads. The Lads took the lead midway through the first half with a goal from Mark Tosetti (Brian Kenny's son-in-law) and they held on to this until five minutes from the end. But a thrown own-goal from the Lads' otherwise excellent goalie, Will Myers, and a controversial penalty gave a last-minute turnaround to the Dads.

06-Dec-2014: The appeal for the restoration of Alne Church has been launched. Click here to see the full pamphlet.

06-Dec-2014: We passed the 5,000 mark for visitors to this website since we started counting on 20-Jun-2014. This averages 30 visits per day and is an excellent indication as to how popular we are!

27-Nov-2014: The Dec/Jan Parish Newsletter is here.

22-Nov-2014: “Alnestock” was held, a concert fundraiser for the Village Hall renovation. The concert covered a wide set of music genres, Classical, Jazz, Blues, Soul and Singer songwriter originals.  Musicians from Alne, Easingwold School, Teesside and Harrogate put together special sets for the evening to entertain a sell-out crowd. The highlight of the evening was the collective of musicians from the night all on stage jamming to the Latin Rock tune “Oye Como Va” originally made famous by Santana.

09-Nov-2014: The third instalment of Lee Walker's history of local people who went to WW1 can be accessed here. Earlier instalments are under the History tab.