Yorkshire Country Women’s Association



Pollington Countrywomen’s Association was formed in 1973 and is a branch of the Yorkshire Countrywomen’s Association.  At present there are 119 branches throughout Yorkshire.  Click here for the county web site.

Pollington branch is a small group of around 20 members and welcomes new members at all times from Pollington and surrounding villages.  All our members enjoy the friendly atmosphere and our meetings and events.  We try to make the group as enjoyable as possible by covering a wide range of activities.  Some members like total involvement of all events whilst others just like to attend the monthly meetings.  The important thing is that everyone enjoys themselves.

The meetings are usually held in Pollington Village Hall starting at 7.30 pm, on the first Tuesday of each month (unless otherwise stated).  

All our meetings and events are open to members and non-members alike.  We have guest speakers covering a wide range of topics. 

In addition, we enjoy many outings to the theatre, restaurants and a variety of interesting places.

During the winter months members have formed a craft group.  At this group everyone has a chance to share their many talents for other to enjoy.

Membership is £20 per year, plus £2 each meeting (includes tea & raffle). Visitors are welcome at any of our meetings at a cost of £3 per visit

Please come along, visitors and new members are always welcomed.

For more information about Pollington YCA contact the Chairman.


Chairman – Leila Scruton           01405 785687

Secretary – Christine Towers     01405 860185

Treasurer – Pat Bundy              01977 661999

Programme – Sue Warren         01405 862925

Outings – Margaret Tupling       01405 869006

Publicity – Glynis Tate               01977 661060

Programme for this year (2022).

4th January    Fun Night & AGM   Pea and Pie Supper

1st February   Liquorice   Alison Moore

1st March       Journey through Yorkshire   Henry Farrar

5th April         House made of Love & Chocolate   Glennis Whyte, National Trust

3rd May         The Goole Triangle   Alex Ombler, Goole Museum

7th June        Bee Keeping   Chriss Line, Selby Bee Keepers

5th July         Encaustic Art   Brian Nelson

August          No meeting

6th September  Traditional Canal Boat Decor   Stuart Garfoot, Canal Boat Artist

4th October      Tales from a Tin Trunk Part 2 From the Suffragettes to 1930   Jackie Reed

1st November   Truffles & Treats with Fish & Chips Supper   Andrew Lloyd

6th December   Pat Plus One!!!!

    JANUARY 5th – Darts and Dominoes
    FEBRUARY 2nd – Just 3 Words (Home Guard)
Chris Cade
    MARCH 1st Scarf Tying 
    APRIL 5th Fashionable Fondants
Helen Dry
    MAY 3rd   First Aid
Sarah Shepherd
    JUNE 7th The Woman who did not exist 
Clive & Cath Richardson
    JULY 5th Dolls Houses
Mrs Barton
    SEPTEMBER 6th       Late Summer Fruits 
Sheila Medley
    OCTOBER 4th   Diary of a Travelling Salesman
Keith Greenwood
    NOVEMBER 1st Fate of the Eight
(sequel to June talk)
    DECEMBER 6th Musical Evening  – Classic 60’s
45 RPM – Bev & JohnJackie  Reed

Updated Jan 2022.