Harrogate Friends of Cancer Research UK have organised an exhibition and sale of work by amateur and professional artists and photographers in Hampsthwaite Memorial Hall on 4th March from 7pm-9pm and 5th March from 10am-3pm. Please come along and support this event.Free admission and light refreshments available. All welcome.
Hampsthwaite Memorial Hall is participating as a venue for the Nidd Art Trail over the August 2015 Bank Holiday Weekend.
Dayna Cowper will be exhibiting her work - and there is also an opportunity for childen to 'have a go'!
Dayna is a Nidderdale based painter and photographer who has shown her work in many local and regional exhibitions. Her abstract paintings are in oil or watercolour, evoking the patterns and features found in landscape. They reflect her love of walking in the countryside and on the hills and mountains in many parts of the country.
So do come and look in to see what's going on - and bring the children (Dayna will bring paper, pencils, felt tip pens, paint etc. for them to use)
Hampsthwaite Feast and Show 2015 was held on 18th and 19th July
Theme : 'Ghouls and Monsters"
Hampsthwaite Feast and Show 2015 will be held on 18th and 19th July
Theme : 'Ghouls and Monsters"
Come and enjoy music, fun and laughter with like-minded people at the Dancing for Well-Being group at the Village Room on Wednesdays at 11.00 a.m. til 12.30 p.m.You can dance SITTING or STANDING, you don't need a partner, you can move at the right level for you, and you don't need a good memory.Dancing for Well-Being is ideal if you find other exercise/dance classes too much, e.g. if you have mobility/balance problems, use a walking aid or wheelchair, have arthritis or have dementia.The cost is £4, which includes refreshments. For more information you can visit http://www.dancingforwellbeing.org or call Jackie Terry on 01423 531235, or email her at email@example.com
In the Historic county of Yorkshire, there are an estimated 1060 miles of Roman road, possibly more, of which about 480 are known with reasonable certainty (45%), making the picture in Yorkshire fairly typical.
Given that Yorkshire has a wide variety of topography that is fairly representative of all the kinds of terrain through which Roman roads were built in Britain and therefore representative of the variations in planning and construction, it makes an ideal starting point for a study of Britain’s Roman roads.
All links to software listed below are given in good faith to what are believed to be reputable sources and not just time-limited demos. Some are 'lite' versions of more comprehensive commercial products and others, quite reasonably, include the offer to make a voluntary donation to support their continued development.
An Office Suite is a collection of general productivity software used to create documents, presentations, diagrams, charts an calculations etc. Office Suites usually comprise: wordprocessor, spreadsheet, database and some form of presentation software.
Microsoft Office has become the 'industry standard' but other online and free versions exist which may be perfectly adequate for the home user - and they are FREE!
All applications listed below are capable of sharing files with each other and with the paid for MS Office.
Microsoft Office vs OpenOffice / LibreOffice - (YouTube Video)
LibreOffice 4 liberates you from Microsoft Office - PC World Review
Contact details of friends and family for example, can be entered into a spreadsheet or database application to create lists which can be stored, edited, sorted and used to produce outputs such as address labels.
Common 'Office Suites' of software include both a spreadsheet application and a wordprocessor which, when used in combination, can accomplish the task.
See the section on for further details.
There are two types of email - web-based (like GMail) which can be accessed on any computer with internet and client-based (like Outlook or Thunderbird) which rely on software stored on your computer.
The advantage of client-based is that emails can be managed off-line but it is possible to arrange for web-based emails to do that also.
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Hampsthwaite is a North Yorkshire village 5 miles north west of Harrogate and lying to the south of the river Nidd.