Pop in Club
is invited for refreshments and a chat at the next ‘Pop in’ session
which will be held at the Methodist Church Hall on Thursday July 4
between 9.15 and 11.15 am.
There will be an open day
at the Spiritualist Church on Saturday July 6 from 11am till 4pm. Events
will include, meditation, private readings, cake, handicraft and rock
and crystal stalls, refreshments and lots more. Everyone is welcome.
section of the Brierley Boys Brigade will meet on Wednesday and will be
led by Mr and Mrs Edwin Hambleton. The seniors will meet on Thursday at
6.45pm and will be taken by Mr David Parkinson and Mr Edwin Hambleton
Hillside Tara AGM
The Annual General Meeting
of Hillside Tara will take place in the estates offices on 28 June at
6.30pm. Nomination papers have gone out for the post of Chairman,
Secretary, Treasurer and 3 committee. These must be returned by 5pm on
Thursday 27 June.
There is still one place
available for the informal Genealogy class that takes place in the
History Society rooms at the rear of Brierley Hall every fortnight on a
Thursday evening. The course is free to anyone who wishes to become a
member of the society. Membership costs £1 per year. If anyone is
interested please telephone Gary on 01226 716957.
The Skegness trip that has
been arranged by the Grange House Warden Linda Milburn will depart on
Wednesday July 17 at 9.30am and will return at 6pm. The trip is sold
St Paul’s Church
Bradford will read this week’s lesson at the Eucharist service on Sunday
at 9am. Father John Baskerville will take the service.
This week’s bonus ball
winner on Wednesday was Rene Halliday while Mandy Roberts won on
Action Team for Jobs
Team for Jobs will be available on Wednesday mornings at 10 till 12.15pm
in the History Society rooms at the rear of Brierley Hall.
Friday at 6pm, there will be healing in the sanctuary by trained
volunteers followed at 7pm by an open circle, which is a meeting of
hymns, prayers and meditation. Sunday will be a service of hymns,
prayers and clairvoyance and will be taken by Denis Schofield from
Rotherham at 6pm. Next Sunday the service will be taken by Sid and Joyce
Pickersgill. To ease traffic congestion on Church Street visitors are
asked to use the Brierley Hall car park.
Pauline and co were the
winner of the quiz in the Three Horse Shoes on Thursday night. Them
and us won the nearest to question. The event is held every week and
starts at 9pm.
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