On Sunday 15th April from 9 am to 4 pm a Level 3 Accredited First Aid Training Course will be taking place in the Village Hall. This is being organised by the Wrawby Windmill Society Committee.
There are some spare spaces on this course. The cost of the training is £40/person (light lunch included) which is quite bit less than is charged by others who offer this training!
The trainer - Aaron Hind - is known to many in the village as he used to be a LIVES responder. For further information and to book one of the remaining places please call Susan on 01652 653699.
The harmonies of the Scunthorpe Male Voice Choir have been entertaining audiences across the world for the last 93 years.
It is the ambition of those who are a part of it now to see it survive and thrive for another 93, which is why the choir is currently on the hunt for new members.
This choir is unique in its ability to unite an eclectic mix of men with one thing in common, and that is the power of song. From different backgrounds and walks of life, the men unite every Thursday evening at the Church of Resurrection, near Berkeley Circle.
With a whole mix of personalities and styles, you would think it difficult for the present conductor, Daniel Fields, 26, to keep the choir in check – but not at all says the teacher at St Bede’s Catholic Academy. The accomplished music teacher looks forward to his choir evenings and encourages other young musicians to join. There is a social aspect as well as the music.
The Scunthorpe Male Voice Choir has a series of concerts this year and for a full list and further details on how to join visit their new website at: www.scunthorpemalevoicechoir.com or telephone 01469 530103.
The designs were beautifully drawn by Bev Bunting (of Swanwick), niece of our former Churchwarden Derek. The shorter kneeling pad for use at the side altar is inscribed ‘In Memoriam’ with Mary’s name and dates, and decorated with various floral images including her favourite purple freesias. The longer kneeling pad for use at the main altar extends along the full length of the Communion rail, and is divided into three sections. This depicts a series of biblical scenes and other traditional Christian symbols. Please take a moment to look at them closely, if you have not already done so.
The embroidery in tapestry stitch was lovingly carried out over a period of some eighteen months by seven parishioners: Kath Flewker, Marjorie Grisdale, Liz Hirst, Sheila Neave, Jackie Rowson, Louise Tandon and Jen Wright. Their work would have been much to Mary’s liking, as she made considerable efforts to raise the standard of decoraiton in our parish church. It is a very touching tribute to the warm regard in which Mary was held in this village, and I would like all who were involved to know of my family’s sincere gratitude.
Wrawby Sleigh Group would like to thank everyone who helped to make Santa’s visit to Wrawby a special occasion. A fantastic £412.34 was raised through donations and will help towards individual and community projects in Wrawby. Previous projects to benefit are: Wrawby Mill, Wrawby Wrigglers and Wrawby PTCA.
As always go to Santa - he always makes time in his busy schedule to visit Wrawby... Anthony Quirke for the loan of his trailer... Steve Brown for the loan of the towing vehicle... Kath and John Fearnley for donating the sweets... the Christmas Barn, Kettleby for donating wrapped boxes and wrapping paper for the sleigh props... John Davis for the loan of a generator and for driving Santa safely around the village with the support of Paul Locking... Dave for driving the back-up vehicle... Brian who spent a lot of time cleaning and preparing the sleigh... and to Dave and Paul who supported.
Thanks also to local people who store the sleigh, and to Colin Day who allows us to use a barn to prepare for Santa’s visit.
Finally a big thank you to everyone who fed and watered us along the route!
Fundraising for Santa’s visit starts early in September. We fundraise for insurance, lights, tinsel and repairs to the sleigh. We do not use any money from donations given on Sleigh Day for the upkeep of the sleigh. From this year (2018) the Christmas tree at the church will be bought and erected by Wrawby Sleigh Group. It was felt by the group that as long as we can fund it, we will, as it would be a shame not to have a Christmas tree in the village. The money for this will come out of the donations.
To contact Wrawby Sleigh group or to apply for funding, e-mail us.