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Events Committee


Blacko Events Committee

Contact: Mrs Vivienne Hesketh, 445 Gisburn Road, Blacko, BB9 6LS

Tel: 01282 616562



                     " A recent Cabaret Evening"


Events Spotlight

Sunday 20th May 2012 The annual "Beating the Bounds" family walk around the parish on Sunday, 20th May, meeting at the Rising Sun at 10am. 

Thursday 21st June 2012 Dean Taylor productions, are, once again staging a Shakespearian play on the recreation ground.  This time it's the "Merry Wives of Windsor" on Thursday, 21st June, a matinee and evening performance.  Telephone 01772 466256 to book. click here

Forthcoming Events Summary


Saturday, 28th january 2012. Blacko Events Committee's Christmas/New Year Black Tie Dinner Dance will be at the Stirk House, Gisburn on Saturday, 28th January, 2012  As usual, a coach will be laid on, and rooms are available.  Full details will appear in the Autumn Blacko News, but anyone wishing to reserve places should ring 616562.
Weekend of 2nd to 4th June 2012 - Royal Jubilee weekend.  All events on the recreation ground.  Dance on Saturday, a Big Lunch on Sunday and lighting the beacon on Blacko Tower with fireworks and musical entertainment on Monday evening.
One of the highlights of Blacko Events Committee's programme to mark the Diamond Jubilee of Her Majesty, the Queen, will be a dance in a marquee on the recreation ground on Saturday, 2nd June.  There will be dancing to local band, Switch, and a disco.  Tickets, costing £15, which includes a buffet meal, are available by ringing 616562.  It's a "bring your own drinks" event!
On the Monday evening, we will light a beacon on Blacko Tower (by kind permission of Mr John Kay), as part of the chain across the country.
As a permanent reminder of the Jubilee, Blacko Events Committee has donated money on behalf of the people of Blacko to the Parish Council for a new oak bus shelter at the Rising Sun to replace the one destroyed by a hit-and-run driver a while ago.  This will be another focal point for the Best Kept Village and North West in Bloom Competitions, with floral displays having a red, white and blue theme.