In a change to the traditional evening Hunt, this year you will have a whole week to search out the answers to our challenging questions. Walk around Stone as often as you need to spot the features you may never have noticed before.
Enter as a family, or group of friends, at £10 for each entry. The entry with the most correct answers get the prize. You will be able to pay the entry fee and download your question sheet, on-line from 11th June – and we need your answers by the end of Sunday 19th June.
- Visit the Stone Festival website SOON for the necessary link.
- Alternatively, visit us in the Market Square at the Teddy Bears Picnic (Saturday 11th June, 10am – 2pm) to pick up an question sheet.
Shaun Farrelly, of the Stone Historical and Civic Society, will deliver an illustrated talk entitled: “The Yarnfield Camps – from General Infantrymen to General Post Office”
Held at 7:30pm on Thursday 16 June 2022, in the Stone Station Community Centre. There will be no charge for admission, but there will be a bucket collection.
These events have proved hugely popular – make sure you buy your tickets early to avoid disappointment.
Thursday 16th June 2021, 7:00pm - Joules Crown Wharf Board Room. Tickets £8 including raffle entry. Available from:
- Blooming Grooming
- Fairway Service Station
- In the Market Square at the Teddy Bears Picnic (Saturday 11th June, 10am – 2pm)
Doors open from 7:30pm for an 8:00pm start - Tickets £10.00 (Adult only)
Come and join us for some Friday night laughs upstairs in the Crown Wharf Boardroom for The Crown Wharf Theatre comedy night. All profits will go towards supporting The Crown Wharf Theatre project; the charity bringing a brand new theatre and events space to the town. Acts to be announced and tickets available on The Crown Wharf Theatre website www.crownwharftheatre.org.uk