a recent friendly match away to Thurnscoe Boys A, Brierley Lions (under
13s) lost 8-2. Goal scorers for Brierley were Luke Carbutt and James
Hardwick. 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 coach and players would like to thank Adam and Marie Midgley
who have made a donation to the teams, which will be used for paying
their league entrance fees. The club are also in need of a sponsor who
is willing to fund the clubs insurance fees of £130. If anyone is
interested please telephone the team coach, David Henstock on 01226
was healing in the sanctuary by trained volunteers last night (Friday)
which was followed by an open circle at 7pm. Sunday is a service of
hymns, prayers and clairvoyance and will be taken by Helen Bolton from
Wakefield at 6pm. Susan Dilks from South Elmsall will also take a
service of hymns, prayers and clairvoyance next Friday. Lee Davies from
Wakefield will take the service on April 28. To ease traffic congestion
on Church Street visitors are asked to use the Brierley Hall car park.
& Allotment Society
Society will meet in the Three Horse Shoes on Wednesday at 9pm. Old and
new members will be made welcome. Further details can be obtained from
Pat Nicholls on 01226 710888.
ward councillor's Chris Sykes, Alex Vodden and Arthur Whittaker were out
and about on Monday morning handing out free personal attack alarms to
the residents on the Grange Road and Regina Crescent estates in
Brierley. They also spent time explaining how the alarms worked. The
project was very successful with over one hundred alarms being accepted
by the residents. The alarms were paid for through the Area Forum
community support fund and the councillor's hope to extend the scheme
into Shafton in the near future.
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.
and Allotment Society
Meet the first Wednesday in every month in the Three Horse Shoes at 9pm.
Meet the last Sunday in every month in Brierley Social club at 10.30am.
Brierley Village (Community) Partnership
Meet every second Tuesday in the month in their offices at Brierley
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clean up in Brierley, which has been organised by the three-ward
councillor's and funded by the Area Forum community support fund, will
finish off in Brierley today Saturday with the following areas being
covered, Barnsley Road, Regina Crescent, Clifton Gardens, Cross Hill,
Mackay Crescent, Hilltop, Frickley Bridge Lane and farm. Residents are
asked to leave their rubbish out for collection between 8 and 11am.
Further details can be obtained from the Area Forum Officer Kathy Allen
on 01226 773013.
The Social club concert room was reopened last night (Friday) after
refurbishment with top line artiste Ricky Allen providing the
entertainment. There were also cash bingo and raffle prizes. 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
residents want from the club. There will also be an artiste engaged on