12 November after a short Remembrance service in the Methodist Church
taken by Edwin Hambleton, members of the Boys Brigade will parade to St
Paul’s church to join the British Legions Remembrance Sunday service
at approximately 10.50am. The two minutes silence will be at 11am.
ladies meet every Monday at 2pm in the Methodist Church Hall.
Bonfire: This years Town
council Bonfire display will take place on Saturday night in the Dell.
There is a general knowledge quiz at the Three Horse Shoes every
Thursday at 9.30pm and music quiz on Sunday starting at 8pm. Last week, Father Peter Needham won the Thursday night quiz with 17 out
of 20 correct. Ged won the nearest too question and a few beers while
Bodgit and scarper won the bottle of wine.
There will be a healing in the sanctuary on Friday from 6
till 6.45pm followed by a demonstration of mediumship taken by Janet
Hart and Kim Watkins from Brierley. Ann Sharpe and Joanne Pollard from
Pontefract will take the Sunday evening service at 6pm till 7.15pm.
Refreshments will be served afterwards.
Line dancing will take place in the Methodist Church Hall on Monday and
Friday starting at 7.30pm.
Both the Junior Boys and Company Section meet on a
Wednesday night in the Methodist Church Hall. The 7 to 11 year olds
meeting will take place from 6.30pm till 8pm and the older boys will
meet from 7pm till 9. Edwin and Elizabeth Hambleton lead the boys.
Colin Priest won the quiz, which
is held every Monday starting at 8.30pm.
with the Fox sisters
There are still a number of tickets left for the audience
with the Fox sisters at the Spiritualist Church on Wednesday 29th
November starting at 7.30pm till 9.30pm. The event will include a talk
on the start of modern spiritualism, clairvoyance, trance, healing
demonstration and lots more. Tickets, which are £3, are available from
of the Boys Brigade are asked to attend the Parade service on Sunday at
10.05 where the annual enrolment service will also take place. All
Brigade members will receive their membership cards and a number of boys
will receive certificates and badges.
and Mrs R Watson will open the Autumn Fayre at the Methodist Church on
Saturday at 3pm.
The under 9s continued their unbeaten run to six matches
when they beat
Worsborough Common 5-2 away in the Sunday Millennium league. Goal
scorers for Brierley were Ryan Smith, Jason Dench, McCauley Haigh and
Tyler Leese who scored twice and who was also the man of the match. On
Sunday they will play at home to Darfield Dynamo’s. Players are asked
to meet at 10.30am for an 11am kick of.
At a recent evening of clairvoyance with Dina Birks from
Wath at the Spiritualist Church, £155 was raised for the PDSA.
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