Saturday 3rd December at 11.00am in the Parish Hall Father Christmas has promised to make a special appearance, so please bring the little ones along so he knows what they want off their Christmas list! There will be lots of stalls from; homemade produce, cakes, tombola, raffle, bottle stall, sweets, games, jewellery, bacon butties, parched…
5th December 2016, 6.30-8.30pm, Parish Lounge, Broadway Join the Youth Group for a Christmas Bake Off; bake, buy, decorate or bling up Christmas food (no nuts) and come dressed as the nativity character you always wanted to be, for the Scratch Nativity. Open to anyone from Y7+ Come and join the fun!
27th November at 4.00pm in St John’s church. Children of all ages are invited. Let’s start Advent as we mean to go on. Jesus is coming…we’d best get ready!!
“ WHO’S THE BABY?” Saturday 18th November from 4pm to 6pm St Peter’s School Hall, Meadowfield Come and join us! + + + Messy Church Leaders & Volunteers Meeting Wednesday 15th November 7pm in the Parish Office All are welcome. Come and join the fun!
Saturday 19th November 4-6pm in the Parish Lounge, Broadway, Fulwood PR2 9TH. All are welcome!
School & Church Carpark – UPDATE The replacement car park for School and Church is scheduled to be completed and in use commencing Monday 7th November.
Next Sunday: ‘Come and Sing Evensong’ with Lancashire RSCM, led by Andrew Reid, Director of the RSCM. Everyone is welcome to Choral Evensong at 6.30pm, sung by the massed choir.
Monday 7 November – Youth Group: 6.30pm-8.30pm in the parish lounge. It’s a ‘Grill a Bishop’ evening, when we will welcome Bishop Geoff who will tackle any questions you might have for him – and he will probably have a few for you!!! (Don’t forget your £1)
Saturday 4th November at 10.30am In St John’s Church Our parish Memorial Service to pray for and remember our departed loved ones and all who mourn. Please spread the word and invite others to join you.
Sunday 12th November at 11am in church Followed by a procession to Broughton Village War Memorial for an Act of Remembrance and the laying of wreathes