Category Archives: Village Hall

Introduction to Mindful Living

5th November 2017 @ 09:30 – 12:00

Join us at Eastoft Village Hall for an introduction to mindful living.
During this session we will explore some of the underpinning principles of mindfulness and some of the things that you already do each day that with a change of consciousness – can be completed more mindfully.
• Practise using breath as an anchor
• Discover what it feels like to eat mindfully
• Experience a body awareness meditation
Sunday 5th November. 09:30 – 12:00 at Eastoft Village Hall. – £20 per person
Bring a blanket and pillow – there are some mats but feel free to bring your own for extra comfort (for the body awareness)
Chairs can also be used if preferred.
please book by comment or inbox – so that we can be aware of numbers attending ( Thank you! )

Eastoft Village Hall, 1 High St, Eastoft, Scunthorpe DN17 4PA, UK

Live Music

Live Music

Brian and the Blues Breakers returns to Eastoft Village  for the Summer Sessions this August

Doors Open
7:30pm Saturday 19th August

£2 Entrance on the Door
Bring your own Drinks
Come and enjoy a great night of music and fun meet others in the village.
If you’re a musician come and join in.

Annual General Meeting

Eastoft Community Welfare Association (ECWA )
Annual General Meeting

Thursday 10th Aug at 7.30pm
Eastoft Village Hall,
Followed by a regular ECWA meeting starting at


All welcome.

Eastoft Community Welfare Association

is a registered charity (number 515486)

It’s purpose is to provide, maintain and improve the village hall and playground by raising money through various activities.

We are a small, but enthusiastic, group of volunteers. We welcome new members who are happy to join our informal group. We meet 6 times a year over coffee or wine, at various venues!

If you are interested in coming along to one of our meetings, we would welcome your ideas and input for planning.

If, however, you prefer a more practical approach then we would welcome any support or assistance for running repairs, fundraising, organising children’s events, grant applications or hall cleaning!

Small Gardens

Eastoft Gardening Club

Having a small garden can be a real asset so long as the plants are well chosen.
This talk looks at aspects of small garden design and suggests plants that really earn their keep in a limited space.
Allow Peter Williams to explain how
Wednesday 9th August Eastoft Village Hall 7:30 pm
Non members are always given a warm welcome £3.00 entry inc refreshments.
Visit our website for lots more news and information.

We thank SSE Keadby Windfarm for their continued support


Eastoft Gardening Club Presents

Beautifully scented Dianthus, Pinks and Lavender plants By Gill Tompkinson

Set within the rural hamlet of Broomfleet on the banks of the River Humber in the East Riding of Yorkshire, Lavender Blue is the creation of Gill Tomkinson, who has over 38 years experience of growing Cut Flowers . Lavender Blue was created by Gill in 2007. It is a small business set within a cottage garden .

Gill is very proud of her nurse, where she grows and sells over 36 varieties of English Lavender Plants and 52 varieties of Dianthus

To enjoy the scents and colours of these beautiful plants in your garden, please join us at
7:30pm Wednesday 14th June 2017 Eastoft Village Hall

Annual Membership available at just EIS or on the door for £3.00 inc refreshments
This meeting is sponsored by SSE Keadby Windfarm

Polling Day Brigg & Goole Constituency

Thursday 8 June 2017
7am to 10pm
Eastoft Village Hall

Brigg and Goole (UK Parliament constituency)



Brigg and Goole
County constituency
for the House of Commons
Outline map

Boundary of Brigg and Goole in the vicinity of the Humber.
County North Lincolnshire, East Riding of Yorkshire
Population 86,706 (2011 census)[1]
Electorate 66,734 (December 2010)[2]
Major settlements Brigg, Broughton and Goole
Current constituency
Created 1997
Number of members One
Created from Boothferry, Glanford & Scunthorpe and Brigg & Cleethorpes
European Parliament constituency Yorkshire and the Humber