businessman Barry Bailey owner of Stay Warm fuels has this week pledged
a donation of £200 to the young Brierley group Frontslide. The donation
will be used towards the band buying equipment. The band plan a number
of local charity gigs this summer.
numbers in the Easter raffle which were drawn in the TARA offices on
Good Friday are; 1st prize number 521, Audrey Marsh. 2nd prize number
729, Audrey Marsh. 3rd prize number 125, Barbara Pearson. 4th prize
number 840, Mick Crawford. 5th prize number 197, Rita Ford. 6th prize
number 568, Karen Hurd. 7th prize number 893, Sylvia Nixon. 8th prize
number 751, Brendan Day. 9th prize number 196, Rita Ford and 10th prize
with winning number 168 went to Kenneth Elvidge.
the tables for the tabletop sale at the Methodist Church on Saturday
April 13 between 10am and 1pm are booked. If anyone is interested in
leaving their name for a reserve table telephone Margaret Watson on
death occurred recently of Mr George Gash aged 72 of Hillside Mount
Brierley. A full service, which will be taken by Father David Nicholson,
will take place this Tuesday at Ardsley crematorium at 11.30am. Mr Gash
leaves a widow Violet, two sons and grandchildren.
Cubs (under 9s) will play a friendly away to South Elmsall Brookside
today (Saturday). Players are asked to meet at Brierley Park at 9.45am.
Training for the Cubs and the Tigers (under 14s) will resume on Sunday
April 7 on the Brierley school field. Meet at 10.15am. The cubs have
been accepted into the South Elmsall and District summer league, which
begins in May. David Henstock coaches both teams.
winner of the raffle prize at the Monday night social evening was Cath
Evans while Joan Crawshaw won on Thursday. The winners of the Easter
raffle, which was drawn on Good Friday were; 1st Sandra Swift. 2nd Jean
Ennis. 3rd Jenny Weldon. 4th Cath Hardwick and 5th Mrs Savage.
Harrison won the quiz with 16 out of 20. Mick Pointon won the takings
guessing to within 3000 for the total premier league attendance on
Easter Monday Everyone sang happy birthday to Bill Ennis on his 75th
birthday. May he long continue pickling his onions.
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