A fundraising barbecue, with bar and music, is being held in aid of a local charity.
Thirsk Clock, Youth Café and Community Centre, is being held by kind permission of Councillor Gareth Dadd and Mr Gibson, at the Old Black Bull, Thormanby, near Easingwold.
The event will be held between 1pm and 4p.m. on Sunday, August 12.
Tickets are available in advance at £10 from Thirsk Clock, Church Hall, behind the Methodist Church, St. James’
Thirsk Clock is a charity youth café serving the Thirsk area.
The charity’s vision is to increase the potential of young people for playing a full part in the social and economic life of Thirsk and surrounding villages.
Thirsk Clock is an independent charity which provides social activities and support services to young people. It also provides services to the wider community