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January, 2013

   Anniversary Celebrations for Local Mobility Shop
   Creative Directors Stage Visit to Students
   DMBC To Clear Illegal Caravan Site at Askern
   Film premiere in Spurn Lighthouse!
   Help Reveal the Hidden History of the Eastern Vale of Pickering.
   Keeping Your Dog Safe Is Snow Joke This Winter
   Mansion House
   Mayor Calls For Government Clarification
   New Changes to Council Tax Approved
   Open Day At The Hub
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   Over 50s Lifestyle Event Coming To Harrogate
   Ramzan Chhipa Performs Child Adopting Ceremony
   Regeneration Policy In Crisis
   Sing The Winter Blues Away With Rock Choir
   Tackling the Sticky Issue Of Chewing Gum Litter
   Walking and talking bitterns at Potteric Carr
   Warm Homes Scheme Information Events
   Welly Season at RSPB Old Moor
   World Recognition for Generous Funder to Yorkshire’s Wildlife
   Yorkshire’s Petition Fish signatures shoal their way to Westminster

Title:Film premiere in Spurn Lighthouse!
Author:Yorkshire Wildlife Trust 
ID & Publication:20130111010 ~ 
 Yorkshire Wildlife Trust (10kb)

This January the Spurn Lighthouse on the Holderness coastline, will be transformed into a cinematic spectacle as filmmaker and Spurn Artist in Residence Gavin Repton premieres his documentary about Spurn.

The documentary features interviews and never-before seen footage of Spurn. There will be three screenings: Friday 18th January at 6pm and Saturday 19th January at 12 noon and 6pm.

Spurn Heritage Officer Harry Watkins said: ‘The screenings will be shown inside the lighthouse, making for an unusual and atmospheric experience for all visitors. The Yorkshire Film Archive has also provided films of Spurn from the 1950s, 60s and 70s which will be screened for the first time!’

For a sneak preview of the new documentary you can watch the trailer on Youtube and follow Gavin’s progress on

Seats for the films are free, but are limited and need to be booked in advance – please email or call 01964 650313 to confirm your seat or if you have any questions regarding access. There will be hot drinks, refreshments and some heating, although it would be advisable to wear warm clothes just in case.

Spun’s artist in residence programme is supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund.

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