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Is A Man Good For You? High Fibre Diets Focus on Snaith May Gardener Dark Chocolate Focus on Goole Local Clubs & Groups Cleaning Your Wardrobe Out Focus on Howden Why Men Need Control Puzzle Page And much more...


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Know Your Credit Score Page 4 Focus on Goole Page 7 Gardening Feature Page 13 Focus on Howden Page 14 Clearing Your Wardrobe Page 19 Focus on Snaith Page 20 Why Men Need Control Page23 Dark Chocolate Page 24 Puzzle Page Page 26 Local Groups & Clubs Page 30 Specialist Services Page 36 Fiona’s Food for Thought Page38 Useful Numbers Page 38 Please note that whilst we take care to be accurate, no liability will be accepted under any circumstances should any of the content of this magazine be incorrect. The views expressed in the articles are not necessarily those of the publisher. All rights reserved. Published by DN14 Magazine. Printed by Daltonspire Ltd.

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Hello Readers Welcome to the May edition of your DNfourteen magazine and it finally looks like Spring has arrived with buds on the trees and hedgerows full of daffodils and spring flowers and new born lambs are in the fields. Perhaps now is a good time to get out in the garden and have a good tidy up in readiness for the summer. If you are looking for inspiration, take a look at the May Gardening feature. Don’t forget, the inside of your house too, with loads of local tradespeople who can help transform your house into the home of your dreams! Just for fun we have a great puzzle page, so grab yourself a coffee and a pen and see how well you can do! We have some great features this month to keep you informed and entertained!!! With features on Howden, Snaith and Goole you are sure to find some great advertisers offering great quality products and services right here on your doorstep. With Easter just gone and May Day and Whitsuntide around the corner we have plenty of holidays to visit local towns and villages that we don’t always have time to. So please keep your trade local and support the regional economy. Enjoy your time off and lets hope the sun shines! Until next month Kind regards,

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Do you know what your credit score is? You may not have checked your credit score lately, but there’s a good chance someone else has. Whether you’re arranging a mortgage on your next home or buying that new sofa on interest free credit, someone has accessed that magic three-digit number that determines if and how much you can borrow.

A credit score is more than just a number in the eyes of a prospective lender. It’s a measure of a person’s financial reputation and the determining factor on whether they will lend and what they will charge. A credit score answers this question for the lender: What is the likelihood that this person will pay his or her bills on time? A high score means a person is likely to pay bills on time; the lower the score, the more likely a person is to miss payments. We’d like to think that it’s a human being accessing our credit score, deciding our borrowing capacity and creditworthiness, but in reality the majority of decisions are made by computers! So to avoid the misery of “the computer say’s no”, understanding, protecting and improving your credit score has never been more important. Here are some tips to help you do just that.

Understanding your score: l The majority of a person’s credit score— thirty-five percent—is determined by whether they pay their bills on time; missed payments can be very detrimental. l Outstanding balances are next, making up thirty percent of the score. The lower the

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balance-to-limit ratio, the better the score, so don’t max out on your credit cards; A card at it’s limit is worse than two that are at half the limit. l Fifteen per cent of a score considers account age; Older accounts are better than younger accounts. The type and mix of credit makes up ten percent of a score. The healthier the mix of credit, the better the score. l The number of enquiries from creditors into a person’s score also constitutes ten percent and multiple credit searches can damage your score.

Improving your score: l Make sure all your debts are registered to your correct name and current address to avoid missing important correspondence from the lender. l Ensure there are no mistakes on your credit file. Tackle the credit provider to resolve these quickly if there are. l Register on the electoral roll, so that your history can easily be tracked.

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for companies that credit score you unexpectedly. Opening a new bank account or even taking a car insurance quote may trigger a credit search, so check before you apply. l Apply for credit only where you have a good chance of being accepted. Read the eligibility criteria. For example if the product says it will not accept those with County Court Judgments within the last 12 months, then avoid applying if you have a CCJ within the last 12 months. l When applying for a large loan, such as a mortgage, seek advice from a professional broker to ensure that you meet the lenders criteria, which is often not advertised. l Make sure all of your debts are paid by direct debit. This creates an automatic payment and avoids late payment issues around dates such as bank holidays. l If you change your address update everyone and make sure that you have a post redirect until it’s done. Deana Lee, Independent Financial Adviser / Mortgage Adviser at Kirk Ella Investments Ltd • Tel: 01482


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When Goole first opened as a port, it had 450 inhabitants, today it has over 18,000. It has now become one of the most important ports in England. The area is also the centre of an agricultural district, and produces glass and clothing. Interestingly, unlike many other towns in Yorkshire, Goole is not mentioned in the Doomesday Book, but is first recorded in the year 1362 as Gulle. The area has many attractions, which are popular with tourists from all over the country, such as the Goole Clock Tower. It is surrounded by stunning scenery, and provides people with a panoramic view of the area. Shops and cafe’s are also placed next to the tower. Along with this, Goole has a great high street, the main shopping street, on Boothferry Road. Another interesting feature is Goole’s twin water towers. They are known locally as the Salt and Pepper pots. Goole is noted for sport, with football, cricket, and rugby teams coming from the area, with the first team for rugby playing in the Yorkshire Division Two league.

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Gardening Jobs to do in May Beware treacherous late frosts and keep vulnerable plants and new shoots protected at night if frost is forecast. Don’t be tempted to put out tender bedding until the middle of the month and even then be prepared to cover it if necessary.

Continue with the spring cleaning. Hoe your borders to get rid of weeds before they take hold (ideally on a dry day to desiccate the victims) - annual weeds such as bitter cress and groundsel are enough of a nightmare without allowing them to go forth and multiply by seeding. If it’s dry, attack ground elder and the like with systemic weed killer painted onto the leaves. Remember these systemic weed killers are indiscriminate and will kill anything they contact. Dandelions are a monstrous nuisance at this time of year - if you don’t have time to deal with them terminally, at least chop their heads off before they set seed. Water is a precious commodity - instigate good practices such as using kitchen and bath water (as long as it is neither too dirty, greasy nor full of detergent) for watering, collect rainwater and investigate ways to recycle water for your irrigation. Automatic watering systems are economical with water, as well as convenient! The trick with watering is to water thoroughly once or twice a week rather than little and often (containers etc do need watering every day). Mulch away while you can still see what you are doing and before the herbaceous growth really takes off. Use your own garden compost or leaf mould, well rotted manure, the contents of out-of-date grow bags or readymade soil conditioner. Now the soil is warming up and things are starting to grow, add general purpose fertiliser before covering with mulch especially in borders, the fruit and vegetable patch and containers. If you have already mulched, draw it back (if possible), tease the soil a little, add fertiliser and replace the mulch.

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The market town of Howden has a rich, Royal heritage that spans hundreds of years. In 959AD, King Edgar gave his wife, Ethelfleda, the Howden Manor. William the Conqueror gave the town to the Bishop of Durham, in 1080, and in 1191 Prince John spent Christmas in the town, and eventually allowed Howden to host an annual fair in 1200. The town is perhaps most notable for its horse fair. The Howden horse fair, established in the 19th century, was once reported to be the largest fair for horses in England. It was estimated that over 4000 horses went up for sale each day, with stables in villages over a 10 mile radius completely filled up. The Howden Minster, one of the largest churches in East Yorkshire, is a famous tourist hotspot. Visitors can look at the ruined eastern end, which protected by English Heritage, and the western end which is still thriving today. The Shire Hall & Town market, and the Ashes Cricket Grounds are also great places to visit, and showcase the towns best attributes.

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Cleaning up That Wardrobe – How to do It Maybe you have three closets you consider your “wardrobe,” only you haven’t seen anything come out of that one for a while. Or maybe you’re just tired of the same old things you can’t wear anymore and want a change of scenery. If so, try going for a wardrobe clean-up. To many this seems like a daunting task that could easily take forever and never get finished. Luckily, there are ways to get it done and still make it fun – it just takes the know-how.

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Donate the Old One good way to make the wardrobe cleaning process more enjoyable is to give back to your community by donating the stuff none of you want anymore. Try calling around to friends or family that may need the clothes or just dropping them anonymously at a homeless or domestic violence shelter. Doing this can bring you a peace of mind and a better excuse to let go of the old – it’s all going for a good cause, after all, and it’s a ecofriendly way to give back to the environment by not allowing the clothes to end up in a landfill.

Find a Friend Finding a friend is the best way to both make the wardrobe cleaning fun and keep you grounded. If you’ve had a cat sweater since high school, can’t fit into it anymore and it itches you like crazy but you want to keep it, your friend/family member can talk you down from that fashion-leery ledge. Friends can also help by taking away what you don’t want or can’t fit into anymore, so inviting over a few of them may not be such a bad idea. If you’re embarrassed by what’s in your closet, take a look at theirs – chances In with the New! are you have nothing to be embarrassed about. Now that you’ve narrowed your wardrobe down to what should be a slim amount of clothing, you can Make it Fun technically use this as an excuse to go shopping! Try Making it fun is really the only way to get through the nightmare of cleaning out your wardrobe. After picking out five/six pieces from your new improved wardrobe and buying classic, versatile pieces to go you invite your friend or friends, order lots of tasty with them and others for several usable looks for takeout and maybe even set up a dressing area for different occasions. A girl’s shopping is never done, everyone to try old things on, with a designated and even if you end up keeping or re-discovering space for each friend’s “keep” pile and the mutual several pieces, you could always shop for accessories! throw out pile. Don’t allow your keep pile to get higher than your throw-away pile! Try playing some Those don’t take up closet space, do they? And they fun music and talking about old sentimental pieces can also lend a versatility and classy look to your new, improved wardrobe after all your hard work! so you can easily let them go.

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Labelled as the gateway to Yorkshire, Snaith is a stunning town built on Anglo Saxon foundations. Like many other towns in the area, it has a church, the Priory Church at the heart of the area. It was granted as a Grade I listed building, in 1967. For a small place, it is certainly busy with cafes, restaurants and five public houses, with one, the Old Mill Brewery, based in a former corn mill, which dates back to the 18th century. Snaith has a rich heritage, with the lands being used for hunting by several Kings of England. Parliament was also once held here, led by Edward II, in 1323AD. The Snaith sausage is made here, by a local butcher, and is extremely popular with tourists. Many have come from places around the country, and sometimes worldwide, to try this local delicacy. The area also holds an annual festival every September, which attracts many people, to celebrate the diverse talents in the area, from both young, and older, locals. This can include anything the person wants to do, and is a great day out for people from and around Snaith.

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Why Men Need to Feel in Control

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When it comes to relationships, often you will find that men need to feel in control. They like to feel that they have the last say in everything that happens in the home. It is something that can cause problems in a relationship; particularly in this day and age when women are more powerful than ever before. Modern women want to be in control of things too. What you have to learn if you are a powerful, strong woman is that you need to make him feel like he is in control. Even if behind the scenes you are really the one running the show, you still need to make it look like your man is. What Being in Control Means to Your Man Being in control of everything from the TV to the financial decisions in the home is what gives your partner the sense of being a man. Men are brought up to believe that they are the sole providers and they need to take care of their families. This sense of control gives them an air of importance and it makes them feel needed. So when the woman in the relationship starts making decisions and being in control of everything, it makes him feel like he isn’t really needed anymore. He may not feel like a proper man. Of course for modern women this seems ridiculous. You may feel the need to tell him how stupid he is being. Don’t! By putting him down for something that he has been brought up to believe you will further make him feel bad about his position in the relationship. The less he feels like a man, the more chance there is of him searching for a woman who makes him feel like a man. By putting him


down you will essentially drive him away. How to Make Him Feel Like He is in Control To make your partner feel like he is in control it is actually quite simple. Start including him in more decisions. Even if you already know how to do something, pretend that you don’t and get him to show you. This will make him feel needed. Never put down his ideas. Listen to him and praise him for the ideas that he comes up with. Discuss any plans that you have been making with him. This will keep him in the loop and he will feel much more involved than if you just charge ahead and do things by yourself. These are just some of the great tips to make him feel like he is in control even when it is you running the show.



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Is Dark Chocolate Really Healthy for You? What woman doesn’t love chocolate? Sweets of any sort will release endorphins, those chemicals in the brain that make you feel relaxed and happy. Of course they all taste yummy as well! But is dark chocolate good for you, as some have reported? If so, how?

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chocolate and white chocolate do not contain a high enough concentration of these elements to make a difference in your system. These flavonoids that fight free radicals help to ward off the signs of age; they also relax your blood pressure because of the nitric oxide they contain.

One thing to remember is that chocolate comes from cocoa beans, which are from plants. In other words, chocolate is a natural food, unlike sodas and other sweet foods made from chemicals. Dark chocolate is less processed than milk chocolate so it has many of the bean’s original elements, some 65% more of those cocoa’s beans properties. Flavonoids are the main ingredient in dark chocolate that offer health benefits; these have antioxidant properties which fight free radicals, those elements that are harmful to your body’s cells. Regular milk

Many report that a small bit of dark chocolate every day helps with heart health and keeping the circulatory system healthy. Dark chocolate can also make you feel relaxed, as you’ve given yourself a small “treat.” However, this doesn’t mean you should eat a large bar or bag of dark chocolate every day and expect to stay healthy. Dark chocolate still contains a large amount of sugar and some fats, which can make you overweight and interfere with healthy blood sugar production. Instead, consider a small square once or twice per week, and be sure that you’re minding your calories and fat intake in all other parts of your diet as well.

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High-Fibre Diets … What are They and are They Beneficial?


Baked goods that are high in fibre are those with whole grains; white flour products include processed grains that have much of their fibre stripped away. Think of very dark breads and muffins, as these will have more fibre in their content.

Fibre is a substance found only in plants and plant products, meaning fruits and vegetables, but not in meat or dairy products. A high-fibre diet can be very beneficial for you in many different ways. One reason is that fibre doesn’t break down and get absorbed into the system the way other nutritional elements are absorbed, so it makes you feel full. Those who follow a diet or eating plan high in fibre typically eat less overall, and have fewer cravings since they feel full longer. Fibre also binds to other foods and helps them to move along the digestive tract, so you have fewer problems with constipation when you eat lots of fibre. You also absorb more nutrients since foods break down more readily, so they’re absorbed in your system more readily.

It’s also easy to add fibre to your diet by thinking of how to add grains to your everyday routine. Have oatmeal for breakfast rather than a sugary cereal, or switch to a dark rye or whole grain toast. Include a salad with every dinner, and choose fruit for a snack rather than chips or something sugary. This will mean more fibre, more nutrients, and better health overall.

How do you add fibre to your diet? Eating raw fibre can mean digestive problems such as gas or bloating since it doesn’t move through your system very well, but eating more foods with whole fibre can be beneficial. This means fresh fruit and especially the peel or core of fruits, such as the skin of apples and pulp in oranges. Leafy greens and raw vegetables are also full of fibre.

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It is good to think about a man being the right choice for you before you invest too much time and emotional energy into a relationship. A man might seem like a nice guy that your friends approve, but he just does not seem to work for you. Before you get too involved in another relationship that turns out to be a mistake, consider these signs to tell you if a man is good for you personally.

Sharing the things that are important to you and respecting them is a sign that someone is good for you. This will be different for every woman because every woman will have something different that is important to her. Some women find family to be very important while others spend little time with their families. Some women are very involved with their careers while others see their job as just a job. You might find that religion or volunteer work is important to you, or you might be an ambitious person that enjoys money and the finer things in life. Define the important things in your life and then consider if he finds them important as well.

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Respect for you as a person is also a sign that this man is good for you. He should respect your feelings, opinions, and decisions even if he does not agree with them. Respect does not mean always doing things your way but it does mean talking through disagreements rather than stubbornly insisting you give in to him. It also means not making fun of you, insulting you, or making crude comments about you or your life or those decisions. You and your man may disagree on religion or politics or career options, or he might not like your friends or how you spend your money, but he should show respect to you in all areas of your life. It is also good to note if your man respects your relationship overall. Everyone needs their own time and space, but if he consistently forgets dates, drops plans with you at the last minute because he got a ‘better offer,’ or never takes holidays and anniversaries seriously, he may not be the best thing for you. These actions show that he does not really value your relationship and this is never a good thing for any woman. If you have any serious doubts about a man being good for you, talk to your friends or take some time to consider those doubts carefully. You deserve to be with someone who is good for you, so never settle for less.

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KINGSWAY Children’s Centre Monday : Let’s Get Playing 10.15 – 11.45am Walking to 3yrs. Fun toddler session for parents/carers and their children. Contact the Centre to book. Bumps to Babies 1.00 – 3.00pm A six week rolling programme for new parents to be. Contact the Centre to book. Child Health Clinic 2.00 – 3.30pm Come along and have your baby weighed, with a Health Visitor present to answer your questions. Tuesday: Infant Massage 10.30 – 11.30am Relaxing infant massage for you and your baby. Contact the Centre to book. Workshops 1.15 – 2.45pm Language; Sleep; Behaviour; Home resources and much more. Contact the Centre for more information and to book. Wednesday : Babies Playing incorporating ‘Feeding? Any Which Way….’ 10.00 – 11.30am Birth to crawling. For you and your baby to play and socialise. A chance to get together, share experiences, tips and advice, whichever way you have chosen to feed. Contact the Centre to book. Creepy Crawlies 1.30 – 3.00 pm Crawlers to toddlers. Fun play session. Thursday: Young Parents Drop-in 1.00 – 3.00pm Children 0 - 5 years. Informal play session for Young Parents and their children. Friday : Little Stars Goole Leisure Centre 11.15 – 12.15pm Children 0 - 5years. Fun & Fitness. Term time only.

Carlton Railway Society, Model Rail Show Saturday 29th March at The Courtyard Goole. DN14 6AE 10.00 am to 4.00 pm. Over 20 Layouts in Various Gauges with Trade Support. Admission, Adults £4 Concessions £3. Family Tickets Available. Refreshments.

HOOK IN BLOOM Are hiring Hook Memorial Hall for Monthly Table Top sales. Hook Village is located between Howden & Goole exit Junctions either 36 or 37 from M62 or Satnav DN14 5PG All are invited to rent a table to sell a selection and a variety of goods, plus local produce. This is open to villagers from the local area, charitable organisations and small businesses. Table cost: £4 Anyone raising money for a Charity Table cost: only £2 Space outside also available for Carboots cost £4 per car Booking essential Trading times 9am to 12 noon Refreshments will be available.

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OUSEFLEET TUMBLE TIME on Wed 1.30-3pm Ousefleet Community Centre term time only RAWCLIFFE Thursday 9.15-11am in Rawcliffe Village Hall REEDNESS RASCALS Mon 1.30-3pm term-time Reedness Primary School STAY & PLAY (fortnightly) Fri 10-11.30am at Laxton Village Hall, under 5’s, term time 01430 432145 SWINEFLEET Tue 9.30-11.30am Swinefleet Village Hall for all under 5s term-time 01405 761287 HOOK STEP-UP GROUP every weekday for 3 & 4 year olds - morning, afternoon and full day sessions at Garth Lane, Hook 01405 766953 MARSHLANDS weekday mornings 9am-12noon at Marshlands Children’s Centre for over 2s 01405 762614 RAINBOW 9.15-12.15 Mon, Thur, Fri & 9.152.15 Tue/Wed for age 18m+ at Goole Central Methodist Church School Rooms 01405 720859 EASTRINGTON BUSY BEES PLAYGROUP Mon/Tue half & full day sessions 9.15-11.45am & lunch club 11.45-12.30pm, 12.30pm-3.15pm + Fri half and full day sessions 9.15-11.45 & lunch club 11.45-12.15pm, 12.15-3.15pm. Held at Eastrington Busy Bees Janette on 01430 410394 FAMILY LEARNING Mon 1.15-3pm at Marshlands Children’s Centre please call to book 01405 762614 LET’S GET 8 week rolling programme for parents & carers of children from 16-36months Mon 10.15 11.45am at Kingsway 01405 761287 & 1.15-2.45pm Shire Hall, Howden 01430 432145 MUSIC TIME Mon 9.30-10.30 & 2-3 term-time at Shire Hall Howden age 6m-4 yrs Daryl 01430 432727 RIVERBANK CRECHE Mon & Fri 8.30-12.30 at Marshlands.To book call 01405 762614 - charges apply YOUNG PARENTS Tues 9.45-11.45 & Fri 2-4pm at Marshlands Children’s Centre (for young & expectant parents). Thursdays at Kingsway Children’s Centre 1.00-3.00pm. 01405 762614 19TH GOOLE GUIDES Mon 7-8.30pm Goole Guide HQ, Clifton Gardens. term-time girls 10-14. 07709 91239. Details of local Rainbows, Brownies, Guides & Seniors 07709 912437 1ST GOOLE SCOUTS Meet at Scout Headquaters, Dunhill Rd, Goole. Beavers age 6-8 Thurs 6.30-7.30pm. Cubs age 8-10 1/2 Wed 6.30 - 8.30pm. Scouts age 10 1/2 - 14 1/2 Mon 6.30 - 8.30pm. contact 07845585217

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1ST HOOK SCOUTS Monday at Hook Primary Beavers - 5.45-7.15 • Cubs - 6.30-8.30 - Scouts 6.30-8.30 01405 764782 1ST HOWDEN ST PETERS SCOUTS Howden Senior School. Cubs age 8-101/2 Wed 6.30 - 8pm. Scouts age 101/2 -14 Thur 7 - 9pm. Explorers age 14-18 Wed 8-9.30pm. Now also Beavers age 6-8 Tue 6.30-7.30 Eastrington Village Hall 07970 207309 2357 (GOOLE) SQUADRON AIR TRAINING CORPS Wed & Fri 7-9.15pm at TA Centre, Goole GOOLE ARMY CADET FORCE Mon & Thu 7.159.30pm at the Drill Hall, Pasture Rd, Goole UPDATE HOOK YOUTH CLUB Tue 6.30-8pm in Memorial Hall term-time only - for school year 5 upto 16 years. £2 annual membership + £1/week 01405 769043 HOWDEN BOWLS CLUB Outdoor Bowling at the Ashes Playing Field, Season runs May to September , New members welcome Contact: Mrs D. Westerman (Secretary), 01430 432196 AIRMYN WI 3rd Wednesday 7.00pm - Airmyn Park School SNAITH WI 3rd.Tues. in the month. Eadon Place Residents Lounge 7:15pm BARMBY ON THE MARSH WI 2nd Mon 7.15pm Institute Hall HOOK WI 2nd Monday 7.30pm in the Memorial Hall HOWDEN WI 2nd Tue 7.15pm Methodist Chapel, Howden MARSHLAND YORKSHIRE COUNTRYWOMENS‘ ASSOCIATION 2nd Wed 7.30pm in Swinefleet Village Hall Visitors welcome 01405 762664 READS WARBLERS SHOW CHOIR Wednesdays 7.30-8.30pm at Central Methodist Church, Goole Jenny Read 07731307669, Natalie Walker 07599523335 GOOLE MENS BADMINTON CLUB 16+, Ladies Welcome Mike 07951811641 SUGAR CRAFT CLASSES monthly at Rawcliffe Village Hall. Contact Maureen for more details at Buzz Bakes 01405 839361

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GOOLE SOLO CLUB Every Tue 7.30 - 11pm now meets at Spire Community Centre, Church Street, Goole Roy 01405 767057 HOWDEN PROBUS GROUP Meets 2nd Tuesday of each month, 10am – 12noon at East Riding Council Offices, Hailgate, Howden. 01430 432057 THE ODDFELLOWS (Manchester Unity Friendly Society) 2nd Mondays 7.30pm 176 Boothferry Rd, Goole 01405 765356 B52’S SCOOTER CLUB BOOTHFERRY FAMILY & LOCAL HISTORY GROUP 2nd & 4th Mon at 7pm, the Courtyard, Goole. 01405 762608 or 720460 CARLTON RAILWAY SOCIETY Mondays Model Railway group & Branch of Historical Model Railway Society Mr. J W Farrell 01405 861018 CASTAWAY MUSIC THEATRE Wed eve & Fri term-time for adults with learning/physical disabilities 01405 768468/07835 000550 Also CASTAWAY SHIPMATES MUSIC THEATRE Mon 4.30-6.30 term-time for disabled & non-disabled age 8-18 COME & SING Thur 1.15-2.45 at Courtyard term time 01405 837100 CRAFT GROUP Fridays 12.30-2.30pm at The Courtyard GO READ A BOOK 1st Thur of month 7-9pm Dunhill Rd Community Centre 01405 764327 GOOLE ART SOCIETY Mon 7-9pm Goole College 01405 768747 GOOLE & DISTRICT MCC (WOBBLY GOOLIES) GOOLE MODEL BOAT CLUB Every Sat and Wed afternoon. Public welcome to visit GOOLE WARGAMES 2nd Sunday of month 9-1 at Scout Hut, Dunhill Rd, Goole. Historical, Warhammer, Fantasy games 01405 766986 HOOK ART CLUB 2nd Wed 7pm Memorial Hall 01405 764729 HOOK GARDENING CLUB meets on the Last Friday of the

HOOK IN BLOOM monthly committee meetings 2nd Wed in month 7.30pm Blacksmith Arms (High Street Hook) Justine on 01405769725 / 07743460357 WHIST DRIVE Every 3rd Friday in the Courtyard, Goole

Month (no meetings June & July & Dec) - Hook Memorial Hall 7-9pm Free Refreshments - Plant & Seed Swap and Monthly Raffle No Annual Membership fee just ‘PAY AS YOU VISIT’ £3 per person. May speaker: MARTYN CLAYTON TALK – GARDENING ON 2 WHEELS BY THE YORK CYCLING GARDENER Contact Justine 01405 769725 or 07743460357

HOOK IN BLOOM VOLUNTEERS Meet every Wednesday at Heppy’s from 7pm (September - March) and from 7pm down on the Allotment and 8pm at Heppy’s for an informal Chat to discuss new village projects or what’s happening on the allotment. Volunteers also meet every Sunday 9.30 - Noon either down on the Allotment, or planting, weeding, tidying & litter pick or projects around the village. If you’d like to join us and can spare an hour everyone is welcome.

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HOWDEN & DISTRICT U3A offer a wide range of interest groups and activities for people retired from full-time employment. New members welcome. Trish Arnold on 01430 431222 HOWDEN CAMERA CLUB HOWDEN CIVIC SOCIETY 1st Wed 7.30pm in Masonic Hall, Howden. Indoor mtgs Sept - April 01430 431282 HOWDEN DOLL’S HOUSE & MINIATURE CRAFT CLUB 4th Sat 12noon - 4pm in Hook Memorial Hall 01430 431305 HOWDEN HISTORIC MOTORCYCLE GROUP 2nd Wed at Bowman’s Hotel, Howden Brian Gould 01430 430777 EAST YORKSHIRE CANOE CLUB Saturday mornings 10am-12noon at South Ings Lane, Off Newport Road, North Cave. Come & try sessions £4 Irene on 01430 422933 INTERNET CAFE Every Friday 10am-2pm at the Courtyard for people with no experience 01405 837100 JUST SEW Thursday 7-9pm at Newport Village Hall. Cath 01430 410403 MARSHLAND LOCAL HISTORY GROUP Meet last Tuesday in month 7.15p.m. in Swinefleet Village Hall. For information about the details of meetings and events see website or contact 01405 704512. LINE DANCING Airmyn Village Hall, Monday 7pm-9pm price £3.50 01405 760722 NORTON OWNERS CLUB - EAST YORKS 3rd Thurs 7.30pm at Kings Arms, Newport see our new website Anna Jeanette Dixon 01430 430831 RADIO & ELECTRONICS SOCIETY Wed 7.30 ring for details of venues Ken 01757 638539 RAWCLIFFE HARMONICS CHOIR Tuesday 7-9pm Rawcliffe Gospel Hall Diane Edwards 01405 839804 READS WARBLERS POP CHOIR Tuesdays 7.308.30pm at Central Methodist Church, Goole Jenny Read 07731307669 RSPB Blacktoft Sands Sat 16 March - Improve your Birdwatching £4 01405 704665

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42 LOCAL GROUPS AND CLUBS DNfourteen May 2014 SING FOR YOUR LIFE Tue at the Courtyard 10-12noon. Older people singing with children 01405 768468 SIR WILLIAM PENNYMAN’S REGIMENT OF THE ENGLISH CIVIL WAR SOCIETY Re-enactment group based in Howden ST PAUL’S PLAYERS Thursday 7pm at the Briarcroft Hotel, Clifton Gardens John 01405 763024 ACTIVE IN AGE WALKING GROUP Our 30 minute walking groups run fortnightly every other Monday starting from 67 Boothferry Road, Goole followed by tea, coffee and a chat afterwards. The walks will start at 1.30pm 0800 9177752 ACTIVE IN AGE CLASS (gentle exercise) 10:30am start (every Monday) at the Trinity Methodist Church Hall, Clifton Gardens, Goole 0800 9177752 BALLROOM & LATIN DANCE For adult beginners 1st 2nd & 4th Thurs 7- 9pm at The Memorial Hall, Hook For children Sat 10.15am -1.30pm at Guide Hut, Clifton Gardens, Goole Wendy 01405 7602999 BUTTERFLY DANCE STUDIOS Carlisle Street, Goole 01405 780626 DANCING Sequence Dancing with Cliff and Maureen every Saturday at Airmyn Village Hall 8-10.30pm. £2.00 incl. refreshments & raffle. All Welcome. GENTLE EXERCISE CLASS Mondays 11.1012noon at the Courtyard £2 01405 837100 GOOLE & DISTRICT RAMBLING CLUB 01405 720668 HOWDEN & GOOLE RAMBLERS 01430 431766/430712 MARGARET HARNESS SCHOOL OF DANCE 01405 762271 PILATES Tuesdays - 6.30pm - 7.30pm The Shire Hall, Howden. Thursdays 6.30pm - 7.30pm The Courtyard, Goole Drop in Class £4.50 per session. Contact Val on 07801 954474 REALLY ACTIVE CLUB for all ages, abilities, families 01405 762608 SLIMMING WORLD GROUPS Tuesday - Howden – The Masonic Hall, Selby Road 9.30am, 5.30pm & 7.30pm Wednesday - Riccall – Regent Centre 5.00pm & 7.00pm Thursday - Snaith – The Sports Hall at Secondary School, Pontefract Road 5.00pm & 7.00pm Doreen 07725 003417 Monday 5.30pm and 7.30pm at the Courtyard Goole, Leanne 07592 664524 Tuesday 9.30am, 11.30am, 5.30pm and 7.30pm at the Courtyard Goole. Mandy 07962 258111/ 01405 780742 Wednesday 7.00pm at the Courtyard.

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STEP & TONE Thur 10-11 term-time Shire Hall, Howden 01757 630713 YOGA Mon 7 30-9pm Sothern Arms Function Room Hook. Thursday 7-8 30pm Courtyard Goole. New Tuesday 10-11 30am Ilkeston Community Centre Goole. Wednesday 7 15-8 45 Parkside School Hall Goole. Contact Linda Dunne 01430 432278 for all above classes ZUMBA Mondays Parkside School 6pm Tuesdays 7.30 Goole High School Wednesdays 6pm at Howden Senior School Laura 07855879867 ZUMBA GOLD Wednesdays Airmyn Memorial Hall 10am, Thursdays Ilkeston Communiy Centre 11am Laura 07855879867 ZUMBATOMIC for children Tuesdays 5.30-6pm at Goole Gymnastics Centre, First Avenue, Goole 01405 769259 KETTLERCISE Mondays Parkside School 7pm Tuesdays Goole High School 6.30pm Laura 07855879867 BOKWA Wednesdays Goole High School 7.35pm Laura 07855879867 ARAMIS SUB AQUA Diving club. Thur 9pm at Goole Leisure Centre 01405 720154 BACK TO NETBALL For ladies 18+ Thur 7-8pm Goole High School Val Bentley 01405 764813 BOOTHFERRY BADMINTON at Goole Leisure Centre Jun 8-16 yrs & Ad 18+ 01405 765570 COBRA ARCHERS For adults & juniors Goole Leisure Centre 01405 765347 GOOLE A.F.C. 1st division UniBond League. Also members of the West Riding F.A. GOOLE & DISTRICT BOWLING ASSOCIATION GOOLE GYMNASTICS For adults & juniors (age 4 years+) at Goole Goole Gymnastics Centre, First Ave Peter 01405 769259 GOOLE JUDO For adults & juniors (age 4+) Goole Leisure Centre John 01405 769987 GOOLE MARTIAL ARTS TRUST Victoria St 01405 720740 GOOLE MOUNTAINEERING GOOLE RUGBY Seniors plus U16s•U15s•U14s•U13s, U12s•U11s U10s•U9s•U8s•U7s & Girls - U14s • U17s GOOLE NETBALL For adults & juniors (age 7+) at Goole Leisure Centre & Goole High School Pat 01405 769336 GOOLE SQUASH CLUB For adults at Goole Leisure Centre Valda 01430 410262

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01964Local 552470Groups or Email: 34 & Clubs GOOLE STRIDERS Wed eves at the Rugby Club GOOLE TANG SOO DO Guide Headquarters, Clifton Gdns, Goole, or Swinefleet Village Hall GOOLE TENNIS CENTRE GOOLE TOWN CRICKET CLUB Westfield, Carr Lane, Rutland Rd, Goole. Juniors U9s, U11s, U13s, U15s, U17s & 3 Senior Teams. Clubhouse available for parties, weddings, christenings, funerals, meetings etc. Contact Elza 07545 191899 GOOLE TOWN GIRLS & LADIES FOOTBALL coaching & match play for girls and ladies 8 years upwards. 01405 764772 or 077510 52984 or email: GOOLE TOWN TIGERS JUNIOR FOOTBALL Run teams from U6s to U13s. Home fixtures South Park, Old Goole HOWDEN & DISTRICT RIDING seniors and juniors 07840 861224 email: HOWDEN & GOOLE KARATE Adults & juniors at the Shire Hall, Howden & Goole Leisure Centre Mike 01430 860649 HOWDEN TOWN AFC Coaching & matches for ages 6-15 + senior team WOODLAND SQUASH CLUB junior development club at Goole Leisure Centre with Level 3 adv county coach Derek Norris 07882 440329 NEW BLOOD DONORS ARE NEEDED across the Hull area. Please contact 0300 123 23 23 to register as a donor and make an appointment today. Or visit COURTYARD ACTIVITIES Open Doors 3rd Wednesday of each month 7pm-9pm Support for those affected affected by emotional and mental distress and their families and friends Parkinson’s Disease Support Group First Tuesday of the month 1.30 – 3.00 For those living with Parkinson’s Disease or caring for someone living with Parkinson’s My Fibro & ME (Goole) First Tuesday of the month 1.30 – 3.00 Support for sufferers and family members, carers & friends

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43 DNfourteen May 2014 MARSHLANDS CHILDREN’S CENTRE Contact 01405 762614

9 - 12 every day - Pre-school - For children aged 2 and upwards to enjoy socialising in a fun, friendly and stimulating environment. Costs apply. Monday 9.30 - 11 - Chat and Chill with your baby Join us for a drink and a chat whilst your baby plays, share experiences and advice with other parents and a community nursery nurse. Tuesday 9.45 - 11.45 - Young parents. For young parents / expectant parents 25 and under to share experiences, support and learning opportunities. Contact the centre for more information. Creche provided Tuesday - Let’s Get... playing with Chatter and Rhyme For parents and carers with confident toddlers up to 5 years to share play experiences focused on developing and supporting children’s early language skills with songs, stories and imaginative play. Tuesday 1 - 3 - Family links - 10 week nurturing parenting programme for parents and carers to increase their confidence and parenting skills and make the most of family life. Contact the centre to book. Creche provided Wednesday 1 - 3 - Young parents - For young parents / expectant parents 25 and under to come together for advice support and fun with our young parent worker. Contact the centre to book on to the session. Creche provided Wednesday 2 - 3.30 - Babies playing - A relaxing and stimulating session for parents and carers with babies birth to 12 months to socialise, share experiences and gain information about child development. Wednesday 2.30 - 3.30 - Child health clinic - Opportunity to have your baby weighed and discuss your child’s health and development with a local health visitor. No appointment required. Thursday 9.30 - 11.30 - Taking care of you - An emotional awareness session for parents and carers to come together and take time to discover their own thoughts and feelings. Contact the centre for more information and to book onto the programme. Creche provided. Thursday 10- 12 - Antenatal clinic A midwife lead, appointment based clinic for expectant parents. Contact the midwifery team to book. Thursday 1.15 - 2.45 - Let’s Get... For parents and carers with confident toddlers up to 5 years to share experiences, play and have fun. Friday 10.30 - 11.30 - Baby Massage A 5 week course for parents and carers with babies who have had their 6 week check. Massage promotes bonding and relaxation and can aid sleep and ease colic. Contact the centre for more information and to book onto the programme. Tuesday 10 - 11.15 - Let’s get... playing in Snaith a Fun play session for parents and carers with children under 5 to come together to share experiences and play, Held at Snaith Community Sports Hall on the High School Campus. Thursday 10 - 11 - Baby massage in Snaith A 5 week course for parents and carers with babies who have had their 6 week check. Massage promotes bonding and relaxation and can aid sleep and ease colic. Held at Snaith health centre. Contact the Children’s centre for more information and to book onto the programme.

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