Social club concert room will now reopen after refurbishment on Friday
April 26. Ricky Allen a top line artist has been engaged. On Sunday
morning April 28 at 11.15am, Mick and Janet the new managers are
inviting all residents to come along and have a look round the newly
refurbished club and to meet them to chat about ideas on what the
members want from the club.
Sykes, Vodden and Whittaker will visit the Grange Road estate on Monday
morning giving free attack alarms to the residents. The councillor's
will also spend time explaining how they work. If any resident's would
like an alarm but won't be at home, please telephone any of the Ward
councillor's on, 01226- 711255, 711081 or 714403.
the meeting of the Brierley Women's fellowship on Wednesday, Mrs G
Hargreaves was the guest speaker. Mrs Margaret Watson was the pianist.
Ford was the winner of the raffle prize at the social evening on Monday
while Joan Parker won on Thursday. Hilda Hall won Friday night's prize.
Johnson will read the lesson at this Sunday's Eucharist service, which
will be taken at 9am by the Rev John Baskerville. The PCC annual general
meeting will take place at St Peter's church at Felkirk on Friday April
26 at 7pm. Election of officers will also take place.
Harrison won both the quiz and the guess the nearest too at the Thursday
night quiz in the Three Horse Shoes. The event is held every week and
starts at 9.30pm. Everyone sang happy birthday to Bill Ennis on his 75th
tabletop sale at the Methodist church was held on Saturday. The proceeds
were for the new building fund.
next pop in club, which will be held at the Methodist Church hall, is on
Thursday from 9.15am to 11.15am. Everyone is invited to 'pop in' for a
chat and refreshments.
will be healing in the sanctuary by trained volunteers tonight Friday at
6pm till 6.45 followed by an open circle at 7pm. Sunday is a service of
hymns, prayers and clairvoyance and will be taken this week by Janet
Rushton from Normanton at 6pm. Helen Bolton will take the Sunday service
on April 28. To ease traffic congestion on Church Street visitors are
asked to use the Brierley Hall car park.
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