Saturday 3rd November 2018, 7pm to 11pm
Following a very successful Gin Festival held at Holmfirth Civic Hall last year – the event is returning! In association with GinTopia, Holmfirth Civic Hall are delighted to bring another ‘Let the evening beGIN’ event – tickets are priced at £12.00 per person – they can be purchased direct from Holmfirth Civic Hall, online via www.wegottickets.com/holmfirthcivichall (charges apply), at TalkActive classes or from Andrew’s Greengrocers. Ticket price includes glass, menu and G&T on arrival!
GinTopia will be bringing a gargantuan selection of gins, from Huddersfield, Europe, Africa, America and beyond, so there’ll be something for everyone. All gins are served with a selection of Fever Tree tonics and appropriate fresh garnishes – ensuring a perfect serve every time.
Timed in the run up to Christmas it will also be the perfect opportunity to get some great Christmas gift ideas for your gin loving friends and relations; there will be Gin Filled Baubles available on the night too!
Gin is quintessentially English, and as Yorkshire is the biggest consumer of gin outside of London, the idea for GinTopia was formed. GinTopia constantly scour the globe ensuring they have the right mix of newcomers and iconic offerings, including Yorkshire small batch and craft varieties, gorgeous garnishes, and tantalizing tonics, and if gin is not your thing they also have other premium spirits and mixers to suit all tastes.
There will also be live music and a raffle on the night, with all proceeds being used for the upkeep of Holmfirth Civic Hall.
Holme Valley Parish Council acquired the Hall via community asset transfer in April 2017 and handed operation to a new charity, Holmfirth Civic Hall Community Trust, formed to run and manage the Hall on a day to day basis.
The Trust’s vision is to make Holmfirth Civic Hall an inclusive, cohesive and sustainable community asset – ‘run in our community, by our community and for our community’. The Trust will be responsible for growing the profile and the usage of the Hall and investing any surpluses back into the building, its maintenance and upkeep, ensuring its viability as a community facility for the long term.
Contact the Hall for more details.