On Sunday 23rd June Rev. Trudy Hobson celebrated her final service at St Mary’s Church before she leaves to take the role of Priest-in-Charge of the Upper Wylye Valley Team, in the Diocese of Salisbury. The Church was full for the service, which was for the group of 5 parishes, and included a performance from the school choir.
Rev. Trudy has served as Curate to the parishes of Brigg, Wrawby, Cadney, Bonby and Worlaby for the last three years. During that time we have enjoyed a concert from members of the RAF Band, with whom she played trumpet prior to training for the clergy. As well as being involved in services at St Mary’s and administering to the pastoral needs of parishioners Rev. Trudy has been heavily involved in the life of Wrawby St Mary’s School, leading worship, educating the children and providing valuable input as a school governor. She will be sadly missed but we wish her well in the future.
We send Trudy every good wish as she takes charge of the team, which covers 10 Churches. She will be licensed at St Peter and St Paul in Heytesbury at 7 pm on Monday 29th July 2019,where the Bishop of Salisbury will officiate. Please keep Trudy in your thoughts and prayers.
A member of North Lincolnshire Council's Spatial Planning Department team, Mr David Lofts, will address Wrawby Parish Council at their next meeting on September 3rd on the subject of the Council possibly establishing a Neighbourhood Plan.
Any interested resident will be welcome to attend the meeting.
A reminder that Wrawby Show is on Sunday 11th August and programmes and entry forms can be viewed and downloaded from our Downloads page and are available from the usual outlets.
Can all cups and trophies be returned to Vicarage Motors as soon as possible?
New for this year is the Homebrew Beer and Wine class!
Get growing, crafting, snapping, brewing and planning for this traditional village event.
Also don’t forget that Wrawby Windmill will be open on the day and is a great place to visit between dropping off entries and the show opening for viewing, teas, etc.
The nominations were considered by Council at its May meeting and Susan Day, Ivy House, was selected. As well as being responsible for the Wrawby Windmill landmark, Susan looks after Wrawby Village Hall – all this done in a very professional manner.
Susan also organises the distribution of Wrawby News.
Susan will be presented with this year’s cup at the Horticultural Show in August