Regular events and meetings:
Brierley Historic Photographic Society
Meets on Monday and Wednesday 10am till 12 and Thursday night 7pm
till 9pm when Jean Mann will be available to answer any Genealogy
and Allotment Society
Meet the first Wednesday in every month in the Three Horse Shoes at
Brierley Labour Party
Meet the last Sunday in every month in Brierley Social club at 10am.
Brierley Village (Community) Partnership
Meet every second Tuesday in the month in their offices at Brierley
Hall at 7pm.
Every Thursday in the three Horse Shoes starting at 9pm.
Brierley Village club
Artistes Friday and Sunday. Bingo with cash prizes Tuesday and
Coffee morning every Tuesday with bingo and raffle. 10.30am.
boys Brigade Juniors will meet on Wednesday while the senior boys
will meet on Thursday at 6.45pm.
Meet in the Methodist Church Hall on Monday at 7.15pm.
Oats ice cream
The Original Danny
Oat’s ice cream cart will travel through the village selling ice
cream for 1p on Sunday starting on the Grange estate at noon. The
cart will then take the following route, Back of Grange House/Coop
Row. Barnsley Road, Regina Crescent, Hilltop estate, Haldane
Crescent, opposite Brierley Hall on Church Street, Hillside
Crescent, Coppins nursing home, Norwood Drive and then on to the
park estate. Due to the lack of time, the cart will only make two
stops on the estates and residents are asked to make their way to
the cart. Jingles will be played five minutes before the cart is due
to inform everyone of its arrival. Volunteers will be carrying
donation boxes, which will be for cancer research. The event has
been organised by the Brierley Historic Photographic Society and
members will dress in period costumes.
recent clairvoyance evening, which took place at Brierley
Spiritualist Church over £150 was raised for the PDSA (Sick animals)
Diana Burkes from Wath and Yvonne Mcdoneld took the service.
Residents from the Coppins nursing home enjoyed a Fish and chips
lunch followed by ice cream and donuts on the harbour at Bridlington
when staff organised a day trip on Tuesday. The bonus ball winner on
Wednesday was Margaret Hanley while Hazel Kemp won on Saturday.
There will be a clothing party in the home today at 3pm. Bingo and a
raffle will also take place and everyone is welcome.
Evans won Monday nights raffle at the Grange House social evening.
Betty Ryalls won on Thursday while Joan Parker claimed Friday’s
Tonight Friday at 6pm, there will be healing in the sanctuary by
trained volunteers followed at 7pm by an open circle. Sunday will be
a service of hymns, prayers and clairvoyance and will be taken by
Paul Baisby from Doncaster. Next Sunday Dave Rawlings from Doncaster
will take the service. To ease traffic congestion on Church Street
visitors are asked to use the Brierley Hall car park.
The share Jesus team will take the
Sunday morning family service at 10.15am and the evening service at
6pm. The team are in Brierley for the week and have organised the
following events around the village.
Saturday, 7pm Barbeque and “Meet the
Sunday, 10.15am All-age worship, noon
Bring and share lunch, 2pm Treasure Hunt, 6pm All-age worship.
Monday, 7pm Barn dance with barbeque.
Tuesday, 9.30am Holiday club for 5-11
year olds, 2.30pm Fun time at Hillside, 7pm Live band with the very
Wednesday, 2.30pm Fun time at Hilltop. 7pm Celebration at Sheffield
Thursday, 2.30pm Fun time at Regina Crescent. 7pm Demonstration by
Friday, 2.30pm Fun time in the Park estate. 7pm Pie and pea supper.
further details contact Richard Baxendale on 01226 711226.
John Baskerville will take the Eucharist service this Sunday at 9am.
Jean Johnson will read the lesson.
and eighteen adults will enjoy a trip to Doncaster Dome today. The
coach leaves at 1pm and returns at 4. The event has been organised
by the TARA committee.
Action Team for Jobs
Action Team for Jobs will be available on Wednesday morning in the
History Society rooms at the rear of Brierley Hall from10 till
12.00pm. The team are available to assist with job searches,
offering advice on training and there are also various grants
available for help in getting back into work.
will be a ladies summer club at the Methodist Church Hall on Tuesday
Coffee Morning/Raffle Nos.
coffee morning will be held at the Tara offices on Hillside on
Tuesday morning from 10 while 12. Bingo and raffle will also be
played. The winning numbers in the recent raffle were; 1st
prize 582 claimed by Ann Braidley. 2nd prize 698 Fruit
Hamper claimed by Julie. 3rd 348 Selection of wine
claimed by Mick Crawford. 4th 525 Champagne claimed by
Shelley. 5th Babycham claimed by P Smith. 6th
Tea towels and knives claimed by Kath. A total of £78.50 was raised
for the outing funds.
Alex Vodden won the
Thursday night general knowledge quiz, which is held at the Three
Horse Shoes every Thursday night at 9pm. Steve Evans won the Kitty
were three prizes in the tote on Sunday night, Raymond Oats won the
£100 while Ray and Viv and Janet collected £25. The winner of the
raffle for a mixed grill on Friday was Des while Chris Sykes won the
on Wednesday. The artiste tonight Friday, will be Linda Rush while
Adam James provides the entertainment on Sunday. Tuesday and
Thursday will be bingo. Monday is games night.
Beck will host an audition night on Wednesday in Brierley Village
club, where up to four up and coming acts will put their talents on
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