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From Brierley and the surrounding area

11 May 2002

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Methodist Church

Mr W Platts will take the Sunday morning family service at 10.15am and the evening service at 6pm will be taken by Mrs B Tewson. On Tuesday there will be a ladies recreation evening at 7.30pm


Women's Fellowship

The guest speaker at last Wednesday’s Women’s Fellowship which was held in the Methodist Church was Miss S Pepper



Brierley Cubs played their last friendly match away last Saturday to South Elmsall Brookside and drew 3-3 Billy Dodd scoring and Jordan Sheard hitting the net twice for Brierley. They will play their first league match away to Hemsworth St Pats this Saturday. Players are asked to meet at the welfare park at 9.30am. The club is still seeking donations or sponsorship for the following summer season where they will play one cup and 14 league games in the South Elmsall summer league. Telephone the team coach Dave Henstock for further details. Training for both the Lions and the Cubs takes place on Tuesday's at 5.45pm in the park. Old and new players are welcome to train.



The next meeting of the Brierley Village (Community) Partnership will be on Tuesday May 14 in Brierley Hall at 7pm. One of the items on the agenda will be the new office opening hours


Pop in club

The next pop in club, which will be held at the Methodist Church hall, will be next on Thursday May 23 from 9.15am to 11.15am. Everyone is invited to 'pop in' for a chat and refreshment



The winner of the bonus ball on Wednesday was Janet King while Rebecca Halliday won on Saturday


Social Club

The winner of the mixed grill on Friday was Pete Conway. The artiste tonight Friday, will be Stephanie King while Mark Wilde will provide the entertainment on Sunday. There will be an audition night in the club on Wednesday where new up and coming acts will be able to show of their talents


Girl's Brigade

The Girl's Brigade led by Janet Baxendale will meet on Monday at 7.15pm in the Methodist Church hall


St. Paul's Church

Beverly Kenworthy read the lesson at last Sunday's Eucharist service, which was taken by the Rev John Baskerville. Future events include a strawberry tea on July 14 and a tombola stall at the special events Queens Golden Jubilee celebrations day on June 3


THS Quiz

Hoof Hearted were the winners of the quiz in the Three Horse Shoes on Thursday night with a score of seventeen. Mick Pointer won the nearest too question. The event is held every week and starts at 9.30pm


Boy's Brigade

The Boys Brigade Juniors will meet on Wednesday and will be led by Mr and Mrs Hambleton while the seniors will meet on Thursday and will be led by Edwin Hambleton and David Parkinson



Tonight Friday, there will be healing in the sanctuary by trained volunteers at 6pm 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 Pat Campbell from Sheffield at 6pm. Next Sunday the service will be taken by Flo, Margaret and Bob from Wombwell. To ease traffic congestion on Church Street visitors are asked to use the Brierley Hall car park


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