of children on the Hodroyd Cottages (Pit Row) are concerned that despite
previous dangers, a double gate, which lies at the end of the street, is
fully open and the old pit site is once again accessible. Recently a
youth from the Hillside estate was burned after cutting through live
wires on the site.
new book Brierley Remembered No.1. Is available to order by
leaving your address. Sorry U K only please.
book includes Photographs, stories, memories and other interesting
stories about Brierley and its people from 1901 - 2001 and will be a
limited edition of 100. The book will be a mini series of possibly two
and no more than three books that Baipip aims to write. Price £3.50.
The book is A5 and 36 pages and very much similar to the one that was
written last year for the 2000 exhibition. Please note that some of the
contents are already available on this web site. The book will be on a
first come first served basis.
winning number in the Easter raffle was 613. The winner was Betty Ogley
who won a food hamper. Hazel Devonport won a tea service with number 205
and third prize of an Easter egg went to Derek Barker with winning
Watson invites you to I Grange Close on Thursday at 10am till 12 noon,
for a coffee morning. The proceeds towards Christian Aid.
John Baskerville conducted the Eucharist on Easter Day. The service this
Sunday will be at 9am. A group of church members enjoyed a day at
Lincoln recently where they took in a visit to the Cathedral.
the Sam Smiths Tuesday night pool league the social club lost 4-3 at
home to the Alexandra club from Royston. Kenny Clarke and John Clarke
winning their single matches while Albert Taylor and Stan Williams won
the Friday night social evening, Kevin Elvidge won the quiz and Clare
Bowen won the conundrum. Jason Ives won a gallon of beer. Paul Goose won
the Sunday night tote for £80 with numbers 15 and 24. Next Sunday's
artiste will be Graham Gee
members of the steering group of the Brierley Village Community
Partnership will hold their final meeting in Brierley Hall on Wednesday
night. The group will make arrangements for a public meeting for which a
time and date will be published.
will be healing in the sanctuary on Friday night at 6pm till 6.45
followed by an open circle at 7pm. Joyce Divine will lead the Sunday
service at 7pm. On Saturday 2 May at 7.30pm there will be Clairvoyance
evening with Janet Rushton from Normanton. Tickets are £1.50.
the Sunday night quiz night held in the Three Horse Shoes, Laura Hockley
won the £10 prize money but donated it back so next weeks prize will be