What's On near Raywell Hall Country Lodge Park - November 2015
Sunday, November 1 - The Humber Bridge Farmers' Market – Ferriby Road, Hessle, HU13 0LN - A very popular event, held at the Humber Bridge Viewing Area every first Sunday in the month. Whether you're looking to buy meats, fruit and vegetables from regional growers, or for a handmade gift made by a local crafts artist, you're sure to find something to suit your taste and budget. Parking's free... but people are advised to arrive early if possible. 9am- 1pmm. www.humberbridgeevents.co.uk
Monday November 2 – Sunday, November 15 - Hull Comedy Festival – A two-week festival of smiles and laughter as some of the biggest names in comedy perform in venues across Hull, alongside some of the best emerging local talent. Comedians involved include Dara O’Briain, Alfie Moore, Bill Bailey and Alan Carr. Details for all events can be found at www.hullcomedy.co.uk
Wednesday, November 4th, 11th, 18th and 25th - For Proper Pudding Lovers at Fudge - 93 Princes Avenue, Hull, HU53QP - Do you love a pudding? If so, this popular local restaurant is putting on the night for you. Guests sit at larger tables to make this a fun and informal evening, and after a savory appetiser to get the taste buds tingling, not one, not two, but seven homemade puddings are paraded out onto the buffet table with pints of custard, chocolate sauce and cream. The night closes with a vote for the group’s favourite pudding. Wines, beers, coffee and cocktails will be available all evening. Booking essential.7pm start - £16 per person – www.fudgefood.com
PUBLIC BONFIRE & FIREWORKS DISPLAYS
Thursday, November 5 - Beverley Westwood Bonfire and Fireworks - Beverley Westwood, Beverley - A free bonfire and fireworks spectacular in a beautiful setting, run by the Beverley Lions - Bonfire lit 7.15pm, Fireworks 7.45pm.
Thursday, November 5 - Brantingham Park Firework Extravaganza –Brantingham Road, Elloughton - Gates open 6pm, Fireworks 7.15pm, £10 per car / £4 per person walk-in, £8 per family walk-in. Hot food & refreshments
Thursday, November 5 - Hull Wyke Round Table Bonfire Night Fiesta, Humberdale Farm, Tranby Lane, Swanland - Hog roast, games, steam organ, food & drink. Gates open 6pm, Fireworks 7.30pm, £10 per car / £3 adult walk-in / £2 U16 walk-in
Saturday, November 7, 2015 - Hornsea Freeport Bonfire Party - Rolston Rd, Hornsea - Shops open late until 7pm, Bonfire lit 7.15pm, Fireworks 7.30pm. Rides and stalls
Saturday, November 7, Yorkshire Wolds Versatile Brass Concert at Wetwang - Wetwang Village Hall, YO25 9YD - The Yorkshire Wolds Railway present an evening of live music by Yorkshire Wolds Versatile Brass, a 5-piece brass ensemble with the prime objective of providing first-class musical entertainment to local communities in local venues. Members of the ensemble have played with top UK brass bands and all are established soloists in their own right. Individually, they have played all over the world and boast over 20 Royal Albert Hall performances. Booking advised as places are limited. Tickets £9 each. Doors open at 7.30pm and people are free to bring their own drinks. Call 01377 338053 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book.
Thursday, November 12 – Hull City Centre Christmas Lights Switch On – Hull City Centre - Yes, it’s that time of year again, the big switch on of the city’s festive lights. The switch on will see live performances from Calum Scott and Charli Beard of Britain’s Got Talent and X Factor fame, along with classical duo Tre Amici. Events start at 6.30pm.
Thursday, November 26 - Beverley Ghost Walks –- Join local guide Paul Schofield and discover the chilling tales of the historic market town. 7:30pm start.Cost just £3.50 per person. Call 01482 391672 or go to visithullandeastyorkshire.com for further details.
Saturday, November 28 - Victorian Christmas at Hull Museums Quarter – High Street, Old Town, Hull, HU1 2LZ - You are cordially invited to attend Queen Victoria and her Consort Prince Albert’s Victorian Christmas celebration and market. Immerse yourself in a Victorian celebration as you step into Christmas past. There will be plenty to see and do for all the family, including Victorian characters galore, horse and carriage rides, traditional Trinity Open Market stalls, traditional musical entertainment, carol singing, Free children’s craft activities, Santa’s Grotto, face painting and Punch & Judy. 10am-4pm – Call Hull Tourist Information for details on 01482 300300.
November (all month) – MW Road Train Tours – Hull city centre, HU1 3RQ – The land train is operated and owned by Mally Welburn, a former fisherman and tour guide on the Arctic Corsair. Together with his dedicated team, he runs the train on 45 minute tours around the city centre and Old Town from Wednesday to Sunday and all week during school holidays. It operates at regular times throughout the day. Prices vary from £1.50 to £2.