Our Next Coffee Morning is 1st May 2015

2 04 2015

Our next Coffee Morning is on Friday 1st May 2015.

To be held at the Tom Treddlehoyle, Pogmoor Road at 10am to 12 o clock.

We look forward to seeing you there. Can you please pass on this information to your friends, family and neighbours.

All proceeds are in aid of the Hollingworth Park Sensory Garden Project on Lower Cresswell Street Pogmoor.

Please support us if you can.



Taylor Wimpey donate £500.00 towards our Memorial Sensory Garden Project.

2 04 2015

Our Memorial Sensory Garden will be sited in Hollingworth Park lower Cresswell Street Pogmoor.  Tom and Marlene accepted the cheque at the opening of Taylor Wimpey’s new development at Kingston Grange.  We were so pleased to receive this from a company who are committed to working within local communities.


Sensory Garden project awarded £9K

19 03 2015

We have been awarded £9k from the Ward Alliance towards our sensory garden to be built in Hollingworth Park.  We will be starting to fundraise very soon to hopefully raise this amount to about £20k.  Horizon school are working with us to achieve our goals and Taylor Wimpy presented us with a cheque for £500, they are really interested in what we are doing.

Pogmoor Residents’ Easter Coffee Morning – 11th April, 2014

22 03 2014

Pogmoor Residents’ coffee morning is back in action!.  After a considerable period on inactivity on the events’ front, due to the closure of our previous venue, we are delighted to announce that we are holding an Easter Coffee Morning on Friday 11th April, 2014, 10 am-11.30 am in the Tom Treddlehoyle. All are welcome to attend.  Admittance is £2 to cover refreshments.

Pogmoor Races – Race Night, 2013

24 03 2013

Thirsk Races
Our first race night will take place on Saturday 18th May at 7.30 pm in the Travellers’ Rest.

If you have been to one of these before, you will know how much fun they are.
Tickets now on sale!
We are selling tickets in advance priced at £3 to cover entry and a pie and pea supper half way through the race card.  The tickets are currently being printed but please email pogmoorara@gmail.com to reserve your tickets now.
Why not ‘own’ a horse for a race?
The race card will involve seven races and for the first six of these there is the opportunity to buy a horse running in the race.  This will add to the fun as you choose the name of your horse and, if it wins, you will be presented with a lovely bottle of French bubbly.
To start with, I have got eight horses for sale, priced at £2 each.  So, if you would like to ‘own’ one or more of the horses in this race, please let me know the name of the horse and your name.  Here are the names of the horses (so far) entered for the race allocated to me;
1. Wedding Day
2. Miss Newton
3. Yet to be purchased
4. Yet to be purchased
5.Yet to be purchased
6.Yet to be purchased
7.Yet to be purchased
8.Yet to be purchased
A good community night out
This should be a really good community evening out with family and friends, We hope you agree and really look forward to seeing you at the race night. It is a while since we have held a weekend event in the evening and what can beat a night at Pogmoor Races!
All profits from the race night will go to Pogmoor Area Residents’ Association funds.

Christmas fun with flowers

10 11 2011

Please click here to view the poster for this event.

Book of personal recipes and stories

21 08 2011

We would like you to donate a recipe

It can be from a family member who gave it to you years ago
or from a friend a work colleague a neighbour a teacher
anyone famous you might know or anyone else.
We need a story that goes with the recipe!
It can be a funny story
An interesting story
How did you get it?
Where did it originate?
How long ago?

We will then put all the recipes and stories together to make a
book which we will put on sale to raise funds for
Pogmoor Area Residents Association

For further information

Email: marlene.crossland@blueyonder.co.uk