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From Brierley and the surrounding area

5 September 2007

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Line Dancing

Line dancing will take place every Monday and Friday in the Methodist Church Hall at 7pm. Entry is £2.50.

 

Grange House

At the Grange house social evening on Thursday, Doreen Burton won the raffle while Violet Gash won on Friday. Doreen Bradbury won on Monday.

 

Spiritualist Church

There will be a clairvoyance service on Friday night with Norrie Milnes from Rotherham taking the service. The service on Sunday evening from 6 till 7 twill be taken by Sandy Lee from Huddersfield. On Wednesday there will be an Evening of Clairvoyance with Peter Parker an International medium. Tickets are priced at £3.50 and are available from the church. All proceeds towards Bluebell Wood Childrenís Hospice. Refreshments will be served afterwards.

 

Methodist Church

Mr W Ashton will lead a Family parade and service on Sunday at 10.15am while Mr R F Smith will take the evening service at 6. The welcoming stewards this week will be Jean in the morning and Norma in the evening. Phyllis will provide this weeks flowers.

 

Pop In

The next Pop in morning at the Methodist church will take place on Thursday 20 September from 9.15 am till 11.15. Everyone is invited to pop in for tea, coffee and biscuits and a chat. Proceeds are towards church funds.

 

It was saddening this week to hear of the deaths of Denise Sault (nee Williams) and Jim Hoyland who emigrated to Australia. Jim Hoyland was born in Brierley in 1928 and lived at Number 23 Barnsley Road until 1963 when after a stint in the merchant navy he  emigrated to Australia where he sadly passed away two weeks ago. Denise who married Tony Sault and lived on Clifton Gardens passed away on Monday 3rd September. The web sites prayers and thoughts are with both families.

 

Brierley Cubs FC

In a friendly match at home to Mexborough Rovers last Friday, the under 9s lost 3-2. The new Sunday Millennium league will start on Sunday and they will play their first match at home to Worsbrough Common with the kick of time to be confirmed. All three team managers are looking for sponsorship to help funding for balls, nets, kit etc. If anyone is interested in sponsoring the teams or would like to make a donation, please contact the under 9s manager Brian Haywood on 01226 715976.

                    

St Paulís

There will be a mass on Friday at 3pm and on Sunday a mass with hymns at 9.30am. On Monday there will be amass at 10am. Parish office for Baptism & Weddings are on Friday Evening at St Luke's Vicarage, Grimethorpe between 6.30pm and 7.15pm. Contact Father Peter Needham on 01226 717561.

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