2:00pm – Performance with vintage singer Claire Louise – Thornbrough Hall
2:00pm – Colin Bourdiec – ENSAtainer – Market Place
2:45pm – Tap dance performance with Charlotte porter – Market Place
3:00pm – Performance from Dale’s community pop choir – The Arts Centre
3:15pm – Lessons in authentic Wartime dances – Market Place
3:30pm – Performance with vintage singer Claire Louise – Thornbrough Hall
4:15pm – Tap dance performance with charlotte porter – Market Place
4:30pm – Sing song with Jayne Darling – The Arts Centre
5:00pm – Colin Bourdiec – ENSAtainer – Market Place
7:00pm – Saturday night Dance – Wensleydale school, with Jayne Darling, Colin Bourdiec & Major swing – please note tickets for this dance have pre – sold but they might still be chance to purchase some, please go to the information point located in the Market Place for more information.
Sunday 23rd July 2017
All Day – Children’s activities on the train between Leeming Bar and Leyburn all day. Music with DJ Murray located at Thornbrough Hall Gardens.
10:30am – Church service – St Matthews Church
11:45am – Memorial service – Market Place
12:00 noon – Swale Valley Stompers – Leyburn Station
12:15pm – Colin Bourdiec – ENSAtainer – Market Place
12:30pm – Sing song with Jayne Darling – The Art Centre
12:30pm – Tap dance performance with Charlotte Porter – Market Place
1:45pm – Lessons in Authentic wartime dances – Market Place
2:00pm – Swale Valley Stompers – Thornbrough Hall Gardens
2:30pm – Colin Bourdiec – ENSAtainer – Market Place
3:00pm – VE Party Jayne Darling – The Arts Centre
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Leyburn 1940s Weekend is a Community Event and owes thanks to the many volunteers who make it possible.
In particular, this web site owes thanks to following photographers who have freely donated their images: Mike Hodgson "53 Degrees North Pics", Nige Smaller "Nige Smaller" , Robin Attrill "BitchinRob",Donna Attrill "Bitchin Donna", g imaging2011 "Mike Grierson", *sarah*, Christopher Mainprize, Mike Phillipson and, lastly, particular thanks to Emma Amsden who's photography has inspired much of this web site. All photos remain copyright of their creators - please ask before re-use.