Nov
17
Sat
Gallery Steel Rooms Winter Show @ The Steel Rooms
Nov 17 2018 @ 10:00 – Jan 21 2019 @ 16:00
Gallery Steel Rooms Winter Show @ The Steel Rooms

Opening Hours

We close at 4.30pm Monday – Saturday. Please see below for food and drink serving times

Shop
Monday-Saturday: open 9am – 4.30pm

Cafe

Meals and Hot Food
Monday – Saturday served 9am – 3pm

Cakes, Teacakes and Drinks
Monday – Saturday served until 4pm

Jan
12
Sat
Sites Unseen Exhibition @ The Ropewalk
Jan 12 @ 10:00 – Mar 3 @ 16:00
Sites Unseen Exhibition @ The Ropewalk

Come and see the paintings of Hull’s hidden and unseen urban routes by Chrissy Collinson at the iconic Ropewalk!

Jan
19
Sat
Endless Horizons and Ever-changing skies @ The Steel Rooms
Jan 19 @ 10:00 – Mar 9 @ 16:00
Endless Horizons and Ever-changing skies @ The Steel Rooms

Lucy Fiona Morrison presents the Endless Horizons and Ever-changing Skies exhibition at the beautiful ropewalk gallery, in Brigg.

Dudley Discovers, Fun Weekend Activities @ North Lincolnshire Museum
Jan 19 @ 10:30 – 15:30

Free Dudley Discovers includes make and take crafts, games, dress up and other fun activities.

Themed around the Museums award winning collection, Dudley Discovers helps bring local history to life in a fun and inspiring way.

Activities will change every weekend.

Suitable for all ages.

Harrison’s Garden @ The Ropewalk
Jan 19 @ 10:30 – Mar 24 @ 17:00
Harrison's Garden @ The Ropewalk

There’s not much going on in the garden at this time of year. But at the Ropewalk in Barton-on-Humber one particular garden will soon be blooming.

And from January 19, there is the chance to visit what is a unique creation, a landscape made up of clocks of every kind.

The brainchild of international installation artist Luke Jerram, Harrison’s Garden – which honours Barrow-on-Humber inventor John Harrison – will feature hundreds of clocks laid out in swathes of beds and borders.

Harrison’s Garden has recently completed a tour of National Trust properties and was due to be dismantled. However, a chance meeting with Luke led the artist to donate the exhibition to the Better Barrow Community Project which is raising money for a statue of John Harrison – and to offer to set it up.

The Ropewalk in Barton-on-Humber agreed to stage the exhibition and is now awaiting the imminent arrival of more than 2000 clocks.

Harrison’s Garden opens at 10am on January 19 and after it closes on March 24, Colin Young from Golding Young and Mawer in Lincoln – and Bargain Hunt fame – has agreed to auction the most valuable timepieces, while the remainder will be offered as momentoes for a small donation.

Luke Jerram is known for his innovative ideas, most recently his Museum of the Moon project seen in Hull.

“We were fortunate to meet Luke when Harrison’s Garden was at Gunby Hall,” explained Trevor Millum, chairman of the Better Barrow Community Project. “The exhibition was moving on to Penrhyn Castle after which it would have been dismantled so we’re really pleased it will finish in John Harrison’s backyard.

“We were also fortunate that Ropewalk had spare space in January to stage it for us. Golding Young were very interested when we contacted them about an auction of the best clocks and they are meeting Luke while he is at the Ropewalk.”

 

Big Garden Birdwatch 40th Anniversary Event @ Normanby Hall
Jan 19 @ 11:00 – 15:00

Venue: Normanby Hall Country Park

Times: 11am – 3pm (Saturday 19th Jan. and Sunday 20th Jan.)

Price: Free (parking charges of £3 per car still apply)

Pop along to meet the RSPB and get top tips on taking part in the 40th anniversary of the Big Garden Birdwatch. We’ll also be offereing free, fun bird feeder making activities. Come and see us from 11am-3pm.

(Please note that while the event is free, parking at Normanby Hall is £3 per car)

For more information on the venue, please visit www.normanbyhall.co.uk

Winterton Rangers @ Winterton Rangers
Jan 19 @ 15:00
Winterton Rangers @ Winterton Rangers
  • Saturday 27th October vs Harworth Colliery
  • Saturday 3rd November vs Dunston UTS (FA Vase)
  • Saturday 24th November vs Grimsby Borough
  • Saturday 1st December vs Nostell Miners Welfare
  • Saturday 8th December vs Campion
  • Saturday 29th December vs East Yorkshire Carnegie
  • Saturday 19th January 2019 vs Armthorpe Welfare
  • Saturday 23rd February vs Dronfield
  • Saturday 2nd March vs Rossington Main
  • Saturday 23rd March vs Parkgate
  • Saturday 13th April vs Skegness
  • Saturday 20th April vs AFC Emley

 

Jan
20
Sun
Big Garden Birdwatch 40th Anniversary Event @ Normanby Hall
Jan 20 @ 11:00 – 15:00

Venue: Normanby Hall Country Park

Times: 11am – 3pm (Saturday 19th Jan. and Sunday 20th Jan.)

Price: Free (parking charges of £3 per car still apply)

Pop along to meet the RSPB and get top tips on taking part in the 40th anniversary of the Big Garden Birdwatch. We’ll also be offereing free, fun bird feeder making activities. Come and see us from 11am-3pm.

(Please note that while the event is free, parking at Normanby Hall is £3 per car)

For more information on the venue, please visit www.normanbyhall.co.uk

Dudley Discovers, Fun Weekend Activities @ North Lincolnshire Museum
Jan 20 @ 13:30 – 16:00
Dudley Discovers, Fun Weekend Activities @ North Lincolnshire Museum | England | United Kingdom

Free Dudley Discovers includes make and take crafts, games, dress up and other fun activities.

Themed around the Museums award winning collection, Dudley Discovers helps bring local history to life in a fun and inspiring way.

Activities will change every weekend.

Suitable for all ages.

Jan
21
Mon
Multiple Sclerosis Society – Scunthorpe @ Lodge Moor Community Centre
Jan 21 @ 10:00 – 12:30

Our group has MS Support Volunteers who are trained to confidentially offer emotional support, information, help to access specialist services and help to get financial support.
We offer chair based supervised exercise, new age kurling, speakers and alternative therapies.We chat over tea/coffee and biscuits.If you wish to use/attend one of our therapy sessions (e.g. Massage) there is a small charge.There is an optional donation towards the refreshments.

Every Monday from 10am to 12.30pm at Lodge Moor Community Centre.

Named contact: Barbara

 

Date reviewed: 21.11.19