Village Arena

Calling All Ladies of the Parish

Home » News » Calling All Ladies of the Parish
giftsbygenius-memorial-day-2014-wallpaper-1024x768

As you may be aware, in previous years Church Minshull Women's Institute has laid a wreath at the Remembrance Service at St. Bartholomew's

Following the closure of the local W.I. it has been suggested that the Ladies of the Parish may wish to lay a wreath, not only to remember the Fallen, but also to commemorate the work done by women during the two World Wars and other conflicts.

To this end, we are asking for a donation of £1 from each lady towards the cost of the wreath, with any excess funds being given to the Church.

If you would like to make a donation please put £1 in an envelope(with your name on) and leave in the Village Hall postbox. Alternatively, you can give the money directly to Jeanne Stockdale who is co-ordinating.

popular recent storiesAlso in the news

Aqueduct Marina Award CROP
Arena Webteam: Tue 16 Jan 8:49pm

For the second year running, Church Minshull Aqueduct Marina has won UK Inland Marina of the Year as awarded by The Yacht Harbour Association at London Boat Show.The Inland Marina of the Year award is voted for by marina berth holders and the award recognises the best of over 160 Gold Anchor accredited marinas from across the globe.Robert Parton, Managing Director at Aqueduct Marina says...

murdermystery
Arena Webteam: Tue 16 Jan 9:00am

The MAD Group will be holding a murder mystery dinner at 7.30pm on 16th March 2018 at The Badger. During dinner someone will be murdered and it will be up to the guests to figure out 'who's done it'. The evening promises to be full of gasps, twists and laughs and tickets are expected to sell out quickly.Tickets will be available at the end of January from the MAD Group booking...

christingle
Arena Webteam: Sun 14 Jan 10:38pm

St Bartholomew's Church is holding its Messy Christingle service at 11am on 28th January 2018. This family service, which will be taken by Reverend Anne, will celebrate Candlemas. Christingles, which represent hope in the darkness, will be made during the craft session at the beginning of the service and the congregation will then carry their Christingles into church, dancing and singing...