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Jade's Jotter!
Hovingham's own
Blog Spot

Look out Scackleton! Swannie's Blog is now on the Scackleton village page, with a Photo Album of Scackleton. There is also a featured page of old Scackleton photos, "Bygone Scackleton"









In the heart of an area of
outstanding natural beauty
in North Yorkshire

With the help of residents of this special village, we bring together some of Hovingham's past, present and hopes for the future, by featuring local businesses, local events, the social life of the village and a few of the wide-ranging hobbies and interests of the residents

Hovingham & Scackleton
Village Events Diary
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Hovingham Village Hall
Bookings Calendar

2014 calendar


Village Hall Facilities

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It's Market Day
in Hovingham!

on the first Saturday in each month (except January)

10.30am to 1.30pm
at the
Village Hall

On offer here you will find local produce,
crafts, and gifts - something for everyone

in the Village Hall

Watch the Video from our
1st Birthday Market

Would YOU like to help the Market ?

Can you spare an hour a month ?

Please contact us if you would like to
join the team (more)

Scroll down for latest
Hovingham and Scackleton news bulletins

Hovingham Church c1930
This postcard photo of Hovingham Church was taken by local photographer, Raymond Hayes, probably in the 1930s.
Please click on the photo to see it enlarged

Hovingham and Scackleton
Community Plan


The Department of the Environment
has issued a notice to residents in
Hovingham, advising them to sign up for

"Floodline Warnings Direct"

Funding in 2010 for the Village Hall upgrades, the Village Market and the Youth Club was provided through the Rural Development Programme for England which is jointly funded by Defra and the European Union, and is managed by Yorkshire Forward in the Yorkshire and Humber region.  
EU logoLeader Logo    Defra Logo      Yorkshire Forward Logo
The local contacts are Mike Horrocks and Amy Thomas at North York Moors National Park Authority, Helmsley 
Ryedale Family History Group now has a research room at Hovingham Village Hall. Drop in on Thursday, 10am to 3pm, to find your ancestors. No appointment necessary. Free to members. Day membership available.
Ryedale Family History Group Link
  Village Hall For Hire Hovingham Village Hall  
This site is created by Janice Wood, of Hovingham, a family historian with a background in this area reaching back to medieval times.
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