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From Brierley and the surrounding area


19 February 2010


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Methodist Church

The children’s Jam club will be at 10.30am on Sunday morning and the service at 10.15am will will be taken by Mr H Barnett. The welcoming steward will be Pearl and Edwin and Elizabeth Hambleton will provide this weeks flowers. There is a karate club on Wednesday and Thursday at 7pm. A Bible study will take place in the medical centre on Church Drive on Thursday at 7pm. On Wednesday the Reverend Dereck Hinchliffe will read further extracts from his book followed by a pie and pea supper. Tickets are £5 and are for the building fund. Bookings are now being taken for the Church Family fellowship weekend at Cloughton on 12 March.


Brierley Cubs FC

Mattie Hardman was on the score sheet again this week when he scored two goals for Brierley in their 3-2 win away at Normanton. He was also the man of the match. Callum McGinn scored the other goal. Mattie is now the fourth top goal scorer in the Charles Rice Sunday league. Brierley will play at Home this Sunday to South Elmsall Rangers with the kick off time to be arranged.


Spiritualist Church

There will be Healing in the Sanctuary by trained lady volunteers tonight from 6pm till 6.45 followed at 7 with an open circle. A demonstration of mediumship by Elaine Connolly will take place on Sunday at 6pm. Susan Ashton will take the service next Sunday. On Tuesday 23 March there will be a charity demonstration of mediumship special with Diana Birks and Mary McCabe. Tickets are £3 and the proceeds will be for the PDSA.


Slimming World

There is a meeting every Monday at 6.30pm in the Methodist Church Hall. Last week Amy Lindley lost the most weight with a total of 3.5 pounds. The members lost a total of 31.5 pounds all together. For further details telephone Michelle on 07887 906493.

Grange House

At Monday night’s social evening Doreen Smith won the raffle while Jean Crowshaw won on Thursday. Adele Haigh claimed Friday’s prize.



The New Mill Male Voice Choir will perform at Cudworth Methodist Church on Saturday 6 March. Tickets are £8 and the proceeds will go towards Brierley Methodist Church new building fund.


Three Horse Shoes

There is a quiz night at the Three Horse Shoes on a Thursday at 9.30pm and on Sunday at 8pm there is a music, conundrum and general knowledge quiz. On Sunday the bar staff won the quiz while Doctor Chop came second, the bar staff also won the conundrum. The head to head was not won and will be for £120 next week. On Thursday Team Glee won the quiz and the schoolgirls won the nearest too question and the bottle of wine. 


Line Dancing

Line dancing will take place in the Methodist Church hall on Friday at 6.30pm till 9.


Village club

There is a quiz night every Monday starting at 9pm.The winner last week was Volvo Phil.


Pop In

The next meeting of the Pop in club that is held at the Methodist church Hall will be on Thursday 4 March from 9.15am till 11am. Everyone is invited to pop in for tea, coffee, biscuits and a chat. Proceeds will be towards Church funds



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