Screen Shot 2015-09-22 at 10.10.10A community partnership which provides emergency food parcels for people who would otherwise have to go hungry is holding its first Ceilidh next month to raise much needed funds.

Hambleton FoodShare is a registered charity run almost entirely by local volunteers and rely heavily on fund raising to help them provide three-day emergency food parcel to people in temporary financial crisis who cannot afford to feed themselves or their families due to no fault of their own.

The event takes place on Friday 2 October at Northallerton Town Hall from 7pm with music provided by the Dark Horse Ceilidh band and introductory singing from Inspiration Choir, Northallerton as well as a raffle.  Tickets are limited and cost £10 including light supper and are available from Community House, 10 South Parade, Northallerton during office hours.

For further information contact Margaret Brice, Project co-ordinator for on: 07514244158, e-mail: hambletonfoodshare@yahoo.co.uk