Hepworth2Enjoy is a group of volunteers who come together to organise village events. They can also offer help to anyone who wishes to organise their own event or activity. Always looking for new volunteers to join us. Contact Claire Jones-Davies on 01359 250660.
The Pavilion was alive with exotic Indian Music on Saturday 18th August at our first Curry Night. The Hepworth2Enjoy Team really worked their magic and the Pavilion looked like an exotic Indian venue with beautiful embroidered, sequined colourful drapes, candles and fairy lights, bright orange and purple table covers with multi-coloured serviettes. A colourful Raj […]
We are a friendly collective of villagers who, on an ad hoc basis, come together to put on village events. We also are here to support others who want to independently put on village events. We can provide people- power, experience and bags of enthusiasm. Every now and then, we come up with an idea […]
(On days like these, when skies are blue and fields are green) On 23th/24th June with some trepidation, the members of Hepworth2Enjoy launched the inaugural Hepworth Scarecrow Festival. This was not an “Italian Job” but a quintessential English occasion. This bit of fun caught the imagination of Hepworthians and as with the flawless, silky rendition […]
On a dark and wintry evening, who would guess the strange and wondrous happenings in quiet little Hepworth. Not so quiet in the Pavilion where some celebratory goings on were in full swing: Stripping the Willow, Dashing White Sargents and twirling Gay Gordons! All things Scottish was the order of the evening with tartan, heather, […]
Who would guess? That on Saturday 11th November, as you happened to drive, ride or walk along The Street in Hepworth, turn into Church Lane, 200 yards further and a turn to the left, it would take you to petite France! Apart from Lanterns to welcome you in the car park, there were few clues […]
What a wonderful way to banish the January blues! On January 28, in The Pavilion a little bit of Scotland descended on Hepworth! To the sounds of our very own village Piper, Monty, people arrived clad in various items of tartan! Monty and his wife and baby had recently moved into the village – so […]