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40’s Music & Dance Night held on Saturday 28th September 2019 commencing 7 pm at Great Coates Village Hall. Live entertainment with Julie Klug – 40’s attire welcomed ! Tickets are £6 in advance or £7.50 on the night. Bring your own drink and nibbles. To book: Call Cllr Ray Lawrance on 01472 883723 Email […]
MacMillam Coffee Morning – Friday 27th September 2019
Join us for coffee and cake served by The Vintage Tea Rooms. Open 10 am until 12 midday on Friday 27th September 2019. At Great Coates Village Hall, Great Coates All money raised will be donated to the fantastic MacMillam Cancer Support.
Project Update – A180 South Humber Bank Major Maintenance Scheme
Project Update – A180 South Humber Bank Major Maintenance Scheme The second phase of works on Woad Lane between Laforey Road and Moody Lane are now complete and the road has been reopened to vehicles. The third phase of works have started which will see the widening of the footway to incorporate a shared use […]
We are delighted to confirm that following a week long project the Village Hall car park has been completely refurbished. Drainage has now been installed, kerb lined and enlarged to now provide a car park fit for purpose and in addition the pedestrian grass walk ways have now been concreted making them safer. Many thanks […]
Enjoy an evening of Soul & Motown featuring Sax Mad. From 7 pm on Saturday 10th August at The Village Hall, Great Coates. Bring your own nibbles and drinks. Tickets £6 in advance or £7.50 on the door. To book call 01472 883723/07504 253290 or email email@example.com
Great Coates in Bloom organised a highly successful scarecrow competition on the weekend of 29th and 30th June. A total of 27 scarecrows were displayed by residents who clearly had gone to alot of effort with entrants ranging rom the young children at Great Coates Nursery School all the way to a 92 year old […]