A Taste of the Mediterranean event featuring Spanish food will be held at the Cross Inn on Friday 30 October from 6pm onwards.
The event follows their last successful Greek evening. It costs £15 per person including a set starter, choice of main and dessert courses. Spanish wines and beers are available. Call in to the Cross for a menu and to book a table or telephone 843284.
Set starter of typical Spanish aperitivos (selection of snacks and dips to whet your appetite), including olives, artichoke hearts, Manchego cheese, crusty bread, salted almonds, etc
Main courses (all served with paella-inspired vegetable rice, mini roast potatoes and mixed salad)
Bacalao con tomate Fresh cod cooked with tomatoes, onions and red peppers
Cordero en Rioja Rich and flavoursome, slow-cooked braised lamb in Rioja, with chorizo and baby carrots
Pollo al pimentón Chicken cooked in creamy paprika sauce
Pimientos y tomates rellenos A Spanish twist on stuffed peppers and tomatoes, using paella-inspired vegetable rice and typical Spanish herbs
Desserts (served with fresh cream or ice cream)
Dulce de leche cheesecake – A favourite Spanish confection combined with cheesecake
Pastél de naranja y almendras – Orange and almond cake
The nights may be drawing in but there’s plenty of fun events happening in the next couple of months, all listed on our Events page. A few highlights include:
A beer and cider festival at the White Lion on the weekend of 2 – 4 October, with an apple pie competition on the Sunday.
A service of blessing for pets at St Thomas’ Church on Sunday 4 October, followed by a peal of bells.
A concert at St Thomas’ by Hebden Bridge Brass Band on Saturday 17 October.
And then the village gears up for a busy season of Hallowe’en events at the Bowling Club, Christmas fairs at both church and chapel, and much more.
Sunday 2 August
10am set-up, 11am open
Bag a bargain or clear that clutter
£5 per table (includes breakfast roll)
Breakfast rolls for sale
For more information or to reserve a table, contact the Cross Inn on 01422 843284
Our first lunch hosted by The Shoulder of Mutton was well attended and enjoyed by all.
Here are the dates for our next events.
Owen and Lisa will be back from Ireland for these dates and are looking forwards to welcoming us in person
Please contact Mel or Rachel if you need assistance with transport.
Our new team will be welcoming you to The Cross on the 14 July, and then again on 11 August and 8 September 215.
This month we have Rachel Banks running the show for us.
Please let us know if you know of anyone who would appreciate a lift to the pub.. We can arrange this for you.Many thanks
Please be aware that any donation made at the bowling club on festival day will go to the Village Team.
If you wish to donate to the Heptobstall Festival to help us carry on bringing you top class entertainment in future years, please donate in buckets in Weaver’s Square, the Church Ruin, the pubs or at the Dog Show. We really appreciate your support!
The Heptonstall Villlage Teams’s first fundraiser is to invite you all to re-visit the election and buy 3 water bombs for a pound, Emma Hartley and the Calder High Students are manning this stand for the princely sum of now’t.
The stand was made for us for free, and signage company: ‘School Image’ provided all the graphics and promotional boards for us FOC. So all funds received will help to cover todays FREE activities
Flo Bellamy photo booth is our second fundraiser. For £1.00 per person you can whizz into her booth, grab a prop and get a 30 second fast fire round of shots, before whizzing out the other side. Flo is working for now’t for us, but she will be offering to enhance your shots and get them printed on acrylic blocs, canvas etc. Your shots will be available to download for FREE after the event.
Our third fundraiser is the pop up café in the bowling club. Here you can fill your platter from our ALL YOU CAN EAT Tapas Buffet or buy a children’s sandwich platter before settling down to watch the kids playing on the children’s stalls in the bowing club.
We will also be selling afternoon tea and cake, served in old fashioned miss- matched cups, saucers cups and saucers.
Once again Emma Hartley has arranged for some Calder High School Students to help us out, and all profits from this café will go directly to The Heptonstall Village Team, and the costs of putting the day on.