Talented musicians, great beer and pie and peas, all in a stunning country location.
It sounds the perfect night out especially for a Yorkshireman.
And that’s the hope of two Huddersfield teachers, who are planning a first-ever gig at Bolster Moor Farm Shop to raise money for charity.
Mark Noblet, of Golcar, is in remission after years of treatment for Hodgkin Lymphona and is determined to raise money to help those who supported him through his long battle.
He and his wife Alison are to join a cycle ride to Paris and have been joined in organising the fundraising gig by family friend Antonia McGoverin, who is the deputy head teacher at Lindley Infants School.
They have arranged for a first music night at Bolster Moor Farm Shop, which boasts stunning views across the whole of Huddersfield.
It is on Saturday, June 18, and will feature two local acts, O’Hooley & Tidow and Roger Davies.
Watch the video to Roger Davies' Huddersfield song below
Mark said: “In 2013 I was diagnosed with Hodgkin Lymphoma and in 2014 I had a life-saving stem cell transplant at St James’ Hospital in Leeds.
“In 2015 I was placed into remission and in 2016 I will cycle from London to Paris with my wife, Alison, and some great friends as part of the Bloodwise London2Paris ride.
“The research funded by Bloodwise helped the awesome NHS save my life but the treatment is brutal; Bloodwise want to reach a point where all blood cancers can be cured without fear and suffering and that’s why we’re riding.
“It’s a tough challenge - 500km in four days - so to raise as much sponsorship and awareness as possible, team #RideLikeFury is putting on a series of events leading up to the ride.
“Folk Ont’ Moor is the first and thanks to support from Roger, Bel and Heidi and the guys at Bolster Moor Farm Shop, the gig is going to be absolutely superb.”
Antonia said: “Mark and I have been friends for 10 years and I have watched him battle through his illness.
“He has been in remission for the past 12 months and has determined he wants to give back to all those who have helped him. That’s why we want to raise money for the charity Bloodwise.
“Mark was a deputy head at St Mary’s Primary School in Halifax but had to give up because of his condition, but he now hopes to get back into the classroom once his immune system is recovered.
“We both visit the Farm Shop and when we approached the guys there about hosting a charity night they were delighted to help.
“The two acts are very well-known locally and with a bar, a supper and a raffle we hope we can raise at least £2,000 for the charity”.
Tickets for the event are available from Bolster Moor Farm Shop or via mark on firstname.lastname@example.org
Marks blog is on https://bloodwise.org.uk/people/mjn