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Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Finedon. Parish Magazine

August 2012

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Finedon Parish Church: St Mary The Virgin Vicar:

The Revd Richard Coles, Parish Priest, St Mary the Virgin Finedon, The Vicarage, Church Hill, Finedon, Northants, NN9 5NR 01933 681 786, Mobile 07885 967 960 email: revdrichardcoles@yahoo.co.uk

Assistant Honorary Priest

Fr Peter Baden,01832 733186 email: p.baden36@btinternet.com

Parish Clerk

Mrs Gill Foster Tel: 680364 (To whom first contact for Baptisms and weddings must be made).

Churchwardens:

Mrs Jane Read Tel: 680522 Mr Neil Forster Tel: 682177

PCC Secretary: Treasurer:

Mrs Gill Foster Tel: 680364 Mr Andrew Weatherill Tel: 682212

Magazine Editor:

Mrs Janet Millington, Tel: 681161. E-mail: millingtonjanet@aol.com (to whom all copy should addressed by the 15th of the month prior to publication)

Director of Music

Mr Jonathan Harris Tel: 01604 881182 Email: Hjonathan83@aol.com

Deputy Organists

Mrs. Kathy Roberts Mr Oliver Grigg

Choirmaster:

Mr. Bryan Chapman Tel: 398818

Tower Captain Web Site

Mr Bryan Chapman, Tel 398818 www.finedonphotographs.org.uk/ bellringers.html

Archivist

Mr John Bailey Tel 680747

St Michael’s Mission Room:

Mrs Helen Watts Tel: 01933 398073

Times Of Services:

Sundays 8.00 am Holy Eucharist 9.30 am Parish Eucharist. 6.00 pm Evensong (1st Sunday of the Month)

Visit us on the Web at www.stmarysfinedon.co.uk 3


St Swithun: an apology xvi - vii - mmxii

I am very sorry that in spite of yesterday’s assurances to the contrary I am unable to guarantee forty days of fine weather. This was due to a failure in our systems which was brought to my attention too late to halt yesterday’s rollout. I have let myself down; I have let God down; most of all, I have let you down – and this is the most humbled day of my life. I have, of course, considered my position very carefully but after consultation with the Holy Spirit I have resolved to remain in charge as we work hard to bring you the weather you so rightly deserve. I shall, however, be forfeiting my annual bonus and making an appropriate donation to charity. Mea culpa, St Swithun.

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Our Worship in August Year B

Psalm 111 Ephesians 5: 15-20 John 6: 51-58

5th - Trinity 9 2 Samuel 11: 26-12, 13a Psalm 51: 1-12 Ephesians 4: 1-16 John 6: 24-35

Hymns 227 I come with joy 117 Faithful Shepherd, feed me (Sheet) In Christ Alone Anthem: Awake, my soul, and with the sun (50) 550 When, in our music, God is glorified

Hymns 26 Alleluia, sing to Jesus 244 (T1) In Christ there is no east or west 473 The Church’s one foundation Anthem: Be still my soul 188 Guide me, O thou great Redeemer

26th Trinity 12 84 1 Kings 8: 1, 6, 10-11, 22-30, 41-43 Psalm 84 Ephesians 6: 10-20 John 6: 56-69

5th - Trinity 9 (evensong) 517 Ye holy Angels bright Responses Ferial Psalm 88 425 (Tune Sandon) Lead, kindly Light Canticles Ouseley/MacFarren (Set C) Anthem: Attwood Turn thy face from my sins 537 Rejoice today with one accord

Hymns 174 God of grace and God of glory 311 Lord Jesus Christ 535 (T1) We pray thee, heavenly Father Anthem: Holst Turn back, O man 76 Christ is made the sure foundation *

12th - Trinity 10 2 Samuel 18: 5-9, 15, 31-33 Psalm 130 Ephesians 4: 25-5.2 John 6: 35, 41-51

Organ Voluntaries following the 9.30am services

Hymns 565 Ye servants of God 293 (T1) Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us 516 Through all the changing scenes of life Anthem: Be thou my vision 158 (T2) Glorious things of thee are spoken* 19th - Trinity 11 1 Kings 2: 10-12, 3: 3-14

* Descant

5th August – César Geoffray: O Quam Suavis 12th August – Kenneth Leighton: Jesus bids us shine 19th August – J.S.Bach: Prelude and Fugue in C minor BWV 549 26th August – Pachelbel: Ricercare in C minor Organ Voluntaries following the 6.00pm evensong 5th August – Buxtehude: Chorale Prelude Eine Feste Burg

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Floodlight Sponsorship 1st July Denis & Dorothy Howell – in memory of Florence Ruth Howell Bettie & Gerald Carter - in memory of Gillian Ann Carter (on what would have been her birthday) All the family - in memory of Jack Collis. 8th July Carole Heywood - in memory of Peter (on what would have been their 20th Wedding Anniversary) Ann Dickenson & family - in memory of dad, Joshua George Clarke Debbie & Bob Cox - to celebrate mum Iris Cox's Birthday David Read & the family - to celebrate with love Church Warden Jane's significant birthday on 11th July Joe, Louise, Brandon & Maisie Lawrence - in memory of Rory Ireland on what would have been his 4th birthday. 15th July Carole Cockcroft - in memory of her husband Darrol Cockcroft Gill Dunn & Mhairi Sinclair - in memory of mother & granny Margaret Rose Barlow To celebrate Charles Needle’s 99th, Gerry Needle’s 80th and Christian Needle’s 16th birthdays. 22nd July In memory of Dorothy Houghton on the first anniversary of her death with much love from all her family. To celebrate Charles Needle’s 99th, Gerry Needle’s 80th and Christian Needle’s 16th birthdays. 29th July Mark & Margaret Butts - in memory of John & Hilda Chapman.

From all the family - in memory of Joe Love (who died on 29th July 1995). Sally, Ken & Chris Farrell - in memory of a daughter & sister, Jane (with love on what would have been her 40th birthday). Joyce & Bryan Williams - to celebrate their Golden Wedding anniversary. Hugh & Eileen Porter - in memory of Mary Godden (nee Beddoes), formerly York, on 31st July on what would have been her birthday.

Choir Update The choir has started preparing for the Flower Festival Choral Evensong in September. Music will include Handel's Halleluiah Chorus, Gorecki's Totus Tuus and a piece especially written for the occasion by Robert Page. If you are interested in joining the choir for this occasion please speak to one of the choir members for more information. The choir will also soon be preparing for their annual trip to the Peterborough Diocesan Choral Festival at Peterborough Cathedral; this will take place on Saturday 13th October.

Mothers’ Union A big thank you to all who came to our ‘Strawberry Tea’. Special thanks to Ann and Cheryl for entertaining us with their very own poems. A most enjoyable afternoon was had by all, which realised £148 for the Mothers’ Union Wheels Appeal. There will not be an MU meeting in August. The next meeting will be on 4th September in the Mission Room at 2.30 pm where any new members will be made most welcome. 6


A very enjoyable June meeting (it stopped raining for a couple of hours!) was spent hunting for clues around Irthlingborough. Thanks go to Gilly and her helpers for putting the Treasure Hunt on for us. Well done to Jose and her team for winning the tie break, the prize being to prepare next years hunt!! Forthcoming events ..... July - Visit from Fr Richard Aug - Childrens outing - Teddy Bears picnic at Wicksteeds Park Aug - Meal out Sept - Flower Festival Sept - Games night October - Zumba!!!!! :-)

Congratulations Congratulations to Father Richard for the Conferment of an Honorary Doctorate by Northampton University on Thursday 19th July

The Russians are coming We are very lucky to have Lyra, the Russian singers from St. Petersburg, visit us again on Saturday 1st September, for a concert of traditional sacred and secular Russian vocal music. Lyra, is a vocal ensemble from St.Petersburg. All singers are professional musicians, singing in different churches of St.Petersburg. Some of them are soloists at musical theatres of the city. Through their performances, they want to introduce the enormous musical heritage of the Russian orthodox Church, as well as traditions of Russian folk music to all people taking an interest in Russia, its history and its culture. Tickets priced ÂŁ5.00 are now available from Jane (680552), Janet (681161) or pay at the door.

An exhibi on of

100 years of Scou ng in Finedon at the History Centre High Street Saturdays and Sundays 4th -26th August

Thursday Club. Recent events. In April we visited the Castle Theatre and enjoyed 'When we are married'. We had a great result in the annual box opening and sent off ÂŁ495.28 to The Childrens Soceity. May was due to see a visit to the Pot Belly Pig Brewery, but due to unforeseen circumstances, we ended up enjoying a meal at the Needle 'N' Awl.

2 - 4 pm

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Organ Update It has taken longer than hoped but we have now received three quotes for the restoration work to the organ plus an additional quote for cleaning the artwork on the front pipes. We are currently in discussions with the organ consultant John Norman, who wrote the original report, about the quotes and to finalise exactly what work is to be done. This has led to us going back to one of the companies for some additional information. Once this information is received we will be able to choose the company to do the work, know the exact cost of the project and start the process of applying for grants.

Surplus to Requirements Recently the Northamptonshire Record Society held a sale of books that were thought to be surplus to its requirements. Mrs. Jacqui Minchinton spotted a small volume containing the bookplate of “Eliza Raynsford of Finedon”, which she bought, and has generously donated to the Monk’s Cell Library. It is a book containing the poems of John Philips, and was printed in 1744. The Monk’s Cell already contains two other books bearing her bookplate: Sherlock’s A Discourse concerning the Divine Providence [1729] and Prideaux’s The Old and New Testament Connected [1725]. Elizabeth Raynsford was the eldest child of Sir John Dolben and was born in 1722. She married John Nicholls Raynsford of Brixworth in 1745, but

her husband died the following year as did their infant daughter, and Elizabeth remained a childless widow until her death in 1810. At her death she owned a mansion in the Grove, called the Grove House, and Finedon Cottage. The book found its way into the hands of Sir John English Dolben, her nephew, for we find written on the back of the front cover: “Sir John English Dolben Baronet’s Gift to his amiably Temper’d Friend Maria Isham. NB: I sham not when I call her amiable”. Maria Isham was resident in Finedon in 1828 and seems to have owned Finedon Cottage at one time. She was the fifth daughter of Sir Justinian Isham (7th Bart.) of Lamport, whose motto Ostendo non Ostento translates as “I show, I sham not”, which contains a pun on Isham, and which Sir English has reproduced in his inscription. Maria died in 1846. But there is a further inscription, by Maria’s great-great-nephew, Henry Isham Longden (1859-1942), one of Northamptonshire’s most eminent historians, who coincidentally was curate at Finedon from 1888 to 1889: “Feb. 1917. This book was in the library of my grandfather, Robert Isham, & came to me after the death of my aunt, Miss M. J. Isham, at Great Missenden in Bucks.” It was obviously Mr. Longden that gave the book to the Record Society. With inscriptions such as these, I am surprised that the Record Society considered the volume to be surplus to its requirements. It is certainly not surplus to the requirements of Finedon Church, and hopefully never will be John Bailey 8


Church of St Mary the Virgin, Finedon

Flower Festival

‘Live to Work - Work to Live’ Friday 14 September 2.00 pm - 5.00 pm Saturday 15 September 10.00am - 6.00 pm Sunday 16 September 11.00 am - 5.00 pm Refreshments, stalls

Stewards Stewards have a very important role at the festival as they are the first contact at the door for visitors. Two stewards are required on the door throughout the festival and this will be on a rota basis. There will be a rota on the notice board at the back of the church and if you are able to help, please place your name against a time convenient to you.

Are you able to help at the Flower Festival? In order to ensure that the Flower Festival runs smoothly throughout the weekend we would very much appreciate your help with the following: Refreshments Could you spare an hour or two to help with serving refreshments and washing up? Please contact Jean Marlow on 680987 or Tracey Hawkes if you are able to help.

Donations Donations of refreshments, cakes, jams, marmalade and raffle prizes would be very much appreciated. 9


Townswomen’s Guild

Exhibitions

Margaret Burgon will be our speaker at the next meeting to be held on 2nd August at 7.30pm in the Town Hall. Her subject will be ‘It Could Only Happen at a Wedding’. There will be a White sales table and the Handbell Group will entertain us during the Social Half Hour. The competition is for a buttonhole. Visitors and new members are always welcome to join us.

Throughout August the 1st Finedon Scout Group exhibition on ‘Scouting in Finedon’ , to commemorate 100 years of scouting in Finedon, is open from 2pm to 4pm on Saturdays and Sundays at the old Friends Meeting House in High Street.

Finedon WI We do not have a formal meeting in August, we have a Garden Party instead. This is held at Sue Etheridge's home 47 High Street Finedon at 7pm, on Monday 6th August. If any visitors would like to join us the fee is £2.50 plus bring a small raffle prize, and a plate, dessert bowl, glass and cutlery. Please would any visitor ring Christina on 680477 or Sue on 680454 by Friday 3rd August.

Buffs Fun Day The Fun Day this year is on Sunday 19th August starting at 1:00 pm at the cricket club. All the usual favourites will be there. Bouncy castles, games completions for the children, stalls by Local organisations, refreshments etc. For the first time this year we will be holding an all comers Tug of War.

Jesus Christ Superstar by Andrew Lloyd Webber & Tim Rice 26,27,28,29th Sept 2012 at St Mary's Parish Church, Finedon

Finedon Local History Society The next meeting of the History Society will be held on Monday 20th August in the Mission Room, Well Street at 7.30pm. The speaker will be Squadron Leader K P Dalley (Ret’d) who will give a presentation on ‘The History of RAF Wyton & the Pathfinder Force’ Admission is £2.00 for members and £3.00 for non-members including light refreshments. A raffle will also be held.

Tickets £12 adults/£10 OAP's Can be booked by contacting 01933 398377 or 07970 632244 or email Pam.wilton@ntlworld.com an amateur production by Centre Stage Productions Directed by Peter Darnell 10


Many appointments are wasted by patients not attending. If everyone does this, we will have more appointments available to offer you. • Please be polite to our staff, they will always try to help, but they have to work within the rules. There is no excuse for rudeness and we will not tolerate abusive behaviour.

Burton Latimer and Finedon medical centres MAKING BEST USE OF YOUR SURGERY Some information that might be of help:

Church Monthly Draw

Routine appointments can be booked up to 3 weeks in advance • Every day there is an on-call doctor to see urgent cases that can’t wait – these are for urgent cases only • Our two nurse practitioners are highly qualified and can deal with all minor illness, and can prescribe where necessary • Antibiotics will only be prescribed where necessary and appropriate – they cannot cure a virus • When ordering repeat medication, only order what you need. Thousands of pounds are wasted on medicines that aren’t used. • We deal with hundreds of requests per day for repeat prescriptions – please allow at least the full 48 hours. Don’t risk running out! • Avoid ringing between 08:00 and 09:30 for anything other than an urgent same day appointment – this is our busiest time. • You can book routine appointments and order repeat prescriptions on-line via the practice website: www.burtonlatimermedicalcentre.co. uk • Please make sure that you tell us if you cannot keep your appointment.

Total receipts of £290.00 are divided equally between the winners and the church funds. Winning numbers for the July monthly draw are: 1st prize 2nd prize 3rd prize

218 38 323

£72.50 £43.50 £29.00

If you would like to join the monthly draw (£1.00 per share per month) which takes place in the church on the first Sunday of the month, please contact Kathy Hobbs on 01933 398794.

Church of St Mary the Virgin,

Meat Bingo Please note there will be no Meat Bingo in August due to work being carried out in the School Hall The next Meat Bingo will be on Friday 14th September

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No Going Back! Recently, during a break in the lovely North Yorkshire countryside I embarked on a return trip to Scarborough. It was a very long time since I was a nineteen year old working in a Hotel there during my summer holidays. My college friend and I spent 6 weeks waiting on table, making beds and cleaning bedrooms. All I could recall was an upmarket holiday resort with large houses, numerous hotels and a scenic railway down the cliff to the beach. The most vibrant and practically the only memory was purchasing my first pair of stiletto shoes in iridescent blackberry leather, the latest fashion, from Dolcis shoe shop in Scarborough. They cost almost 2 weeks wages. We both bought a pair and thought we were the height of sophistication – not that we had an opportunity to wear them in public. They stood on the bedroom floor admired from afar for days. Bed making in stiletto heels is not practical. All was not lost, a chance eventually occurred to show off our footwear. A BBC team came to stay in the Hotel to broadcast Max Jaffa and his orchestra live from the Spa on the South Bay. We were invited to the concert and asked to meet one of the team in the foyer of the Spa. Off we stumbled excitably teetering in our new shoes. We met our contact in the foyer who asked us, I want you two girls to walk in late. It is all set up with Max. He will stop the music and speak to you. Just carry on and sit down. Your seats are on the right side in the front row”

There being no health and safety issues in those days thick television cables snaked their way down the aisle. Five minutes into the concert and we found ourselves tottering and weaving down the aisle. Suddenly a bright spot light shone into our eyes, a camera panned in a little too close, the music stopped and I made my live TV debut by tripping over a camera cable diving head first in a totally shocked elderly mans lap. Long gone is Max Jaffa and his Palm Court orchestra. Now in the north bay is a 3000 seat open air theatre guarded by a long line of portable loos. Acts such as JLS, John Barryman, and Russell Watson now grace the stage. What happens when it rains I suppose everyone gets wet. Long gone are the blackberry stilettos and TV appearances. I could not remember the name or the address of the hotel I worked in as they all looked alike years later and changed their names. Sadly I felt on my return that Scarborough like myself had aged and lost some of its sparkle.

STEPPING OUT by Richard Harris November 7th, 8, 9,10th 2012 at Finedon Community Centre Tickets £10 Adults/£9 OAPS Tickets can be reserved by contacting 01933 398377 or 07970 632244 email pam.wilton@ntlworld.com An Amatuer production by Centre Stage Productions

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In My Day the ramblings of Hubert James In my day it was about this time of year when Finedon celebrated the anniversary of the invention of the comb by holding the annual Barber Day. Now I know you’re thinking that the comb was never invented but that it was always just there. Well of course, that’s not true, there was a time long ago when nobody carried a comb – bit like now. It’s true nobody bothered with combs in the middle ages and then when things got sophisticated the rich folk took to sporting wigs rather than drag anything through their manes. But when wearing wigs died out in the early nineteenth century folk realised they had to do something. That’s when George Coombs from Regent Street spotted a new use for his musical instrument. Now George was a blower in a New Wave jug band. They played at George IV’s coronation along with a young Bruce Forsyth and Tom Jones. They had one tune that called for a rasping buzzing noise and George fashioned a strip of beech into a series of teeth. Looked like a modern comb. He wrapped it in some tissue paper and hummed into it. The song was a hit, but after the concert the new king was complaining about the knots in his hair. George gave him the instrument and told him to run it through his hair.

The king was delighted and named the new fangled contraption, a coomb. Over the years the name changed due to George’s vowel movements and soon everyone was carrying one in their back pocket. So We celebrated George with Barber day when hairdressers from all over would compete for the Golden Comb by coming up with new hairstyles. Course most of them sank without trace but two became well known. Alma Clotheson had a load of customer’s with long unmanageable hair so she would backcomb it within an inch of its roots ‘til it stood upright. ‘That will make it behave,” she said. Behave became the Beehive. But the one you’ll all remember was a lad from Corby called Ken Tyre. To be honest he was a lazy so-and-so and he get fed up in mid-cut. So instead of short back and sides, you’d end up with short sides and long back. Still it became popular. In fact it became so famous they made a record about it. You’ll have heard of ‘The Mullets of KenTyre.

Say a Prayer Little Johnny and his family were having Sunday dinner at his Grandmother's house. Everyone was seated around the table as the food was being served. When little Johnny received his plate, he started eating right away. "Johnny! Please wait until we say our prayer." said his mother. "I don't need to," the boy replied. "Of course, you do." his mother insisted. "We always say prayer before eating at our house." "That's at our house." Johnny explained. "But this is Grandma's house and she knows how to cook!" 13


The Bishop of Brixworth writes The greatest adventure of my life

exploration expanded our horizons. Sir Francis Drake was not only an explorer but also a poet. His famous prayer on leaving Portsmouth for South America in 1577 challenges us to be adventurous with God: Disturb us, Lord, when We are too pleased with ourselves, When our dreams have come true Because we have dreamed too little When we have arrived safely Because we have sailed too close to the shore.

As I approached a “significant” birthday recently I was reminded of the children’s song by Alan Price, “It’s an adventure following Jesus, it’s an adventure learning of him.” I’m pleased to report that, since the Christian faith came alive for me in my early teens, it has been the greatest adventure of my life. The wonderful Diamond Jubilee celebrations for Her Majesty the Queen earlier this summer were a magnificent thanksgiving for a life-time of public Christian service. Her faith has been a living example of King George VI’s famous wartime Christmas broadcast: “I said to the man who stood at the gate of the year. ‘Give me a light that I may tread safely into the unknown’ and he replied ‘Go out into the darkness and put your hand into the hand of God’.”

Disturb us, Lord, when With the abundance of things we possess We have lost our thirst For the waters of life; Having fallen in love with life, We have ceased to dream of eternity And in our efforts to build a new earth, We have allowed our vision Of the new Heaven to dim. Disturb us, Lord, to dare more boldly To venture on wider seas Where storms will show your mastery; Where losing sight of land, We shall find the stars. We ask you to push back The horizons of our hopes; And to push into the future In strength, courage, hope and love.

Rt Revd John Holbrook Bishop of Brixworth

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Around the diocese Inspiration springs from Hope Centre’s new premises

August events Wednesdays, Music at Lunchtime, 1.30pm at All Saints Church, Oakham. www.oakhamconcerts.info Thurs 2, Charles Timberlake lunchtime recital, 12.45pm - 1.45pm at Peterborough Cathedral. Free entry. Sat 18, Music in Lyddington: Lyddington Souza Wind Quintet. 7.30pm at St Andrew’s Church, Lyddington LE15 8TU. Advance £14 (£2 students), door £16 (£2). Tel: 01572 820017, ticketmil@gmail.com

In July Bishop John, with Mission in Society Officer Robert Hill, enjoyed a tour of Northampton Hope Centre’s new base at Oasis House in Campbell Street, near the town centre. They were inspired by what they saw. The Centre provides day centre facilities and an education and development programme for homeless and disadvantaged people. Since their move to Oasis House, in May, they have been able to work much more closely with partner agencies under the same roof. “Having the night shelter plus local housing and medical services in the same building improves significantly our customers’ access to the services and support they need”, said Catherine Maryon, Vice Chair of the Hope Centre. Bishop John agreed. “Visiting the Hope Centre in their old premises and then in their wonderful new building was an inspiration. I saw what organisations can achieve when they work together to change people’s lives,” he said. To find out how you can support the work of the Hope Centre visit www.northamptonhopecentre.org.uk

Sat 18, Sun 19, Great Brington Flower Festival, Festival St Mary’s Church, Gt Brington NN7 4JB. Organ recital Saturday evening. Tel: 01604 770047. Sat 25, 1662 Prayer Book 350th anniversary Church Safari, Safari starting 10.30am at All Saints’ Great Harrowden, finishing 4.15pm with sung Evensong at St Peter & St Paul’s Hannington. Speaker PBS National Chairman Prudence Dailey. Details from Mary Stewart 01664 474353, mary.stewart@decomplexity.com Sat 25 - Mon 27 August, Eye Flower Festival, St Matthew’s Church, Eye, PE6 7UP. Displays, stalls, lunches and teas. Sun 26, Organ recital by Roger Palmer 4pm at St Peter & St Paul, Abington, Northampton NN3 3AB. Recital followed by tea and cake; evensong at 6pm. Free entry, donations invited. Mon 27, Organ recital by Tom Bell 11.15am at All Saints, Oakham LE15 6DR. Tom Bell is organist and choirmaster at St Michael’s Church, Chester Square, London. Retiring collection. Lunches £5 served afterwards in the Church Hall.

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Town Diary August

October

2nd

7.30 TG Town Hall, Margaret Burgon ‘It could only happen at a Wedding’

3rd

Finedon Sessions (live concert) Community Centre

6th

7.30, BL, Bowls Club, TBA

7th

9.45, Coffee morning, Bowls Club

14th

10.00 Coffee morning, Football Club

20th

The History of RAF Wyton & the Pathfinder Force, Squadron Leader K P Dalley ret’d.

21st

9.45 Coffee Morning, Bowls Club

28th

10.00 Coffee Morning, Football Club

1st

7.30 BL, Bowls Club, TBA

4th

7.30 TG, Town Hall, Martin Towsey ‘Garden Manager to the Duke & Duchess of Bedford

6th

9-12pm Wesleyan Chapel Table Top Sale

20th

8pm Friends of St Mary’s Race Night, Gladstone Club

22nd

7.30 History Society, Mission Room, Northamptonshire Victorian Inventors & Inventions, Jon-Paul Carr

November 1st

7.30 TG, Town Hall ‘Tiffany Glass’

2nd

Finedon Sessions (live concert) Community Centre

5th

7.30 BL, Bowls Club, AGM

14th

St Mary’s Church Fashion Show, Bowls Club

18th

Christmas Market, Community Centre 7.30 History Society, Mission Room AGM and slides

September 1st

7.30pm Lyra Vocal Ensemble, St Mary’s Church,

3rd

7.30 BL, Bowls Club, TBA

4th

9.45 Coffee Morning, Bowls Club

26th

6th

7.30 TG Town Hall, Tony Boullemier ‘The Diary in the Attic’ Grandma & Napoleon

December

11th

10.00 Coffee Morning, Football Club

1st

11-2pm FIWC Christmas Bazaar

14th16th

St Mary’s Church, Flower Festival

3rd

7.30 BL, Entertainment at Woodford WMC

18th

9.45 Coffee Morning, Bowls Club

6th

7.30 TG Town Hall, New Year Party with soup and sweet

24th

7.30 History Society, Mission Room, Rockingham Castle & The Watsons, Michael Boyce

7th

8pm St Mary’s Church, Wassail Evening

25th

10.00 Coffee Morning, Football Club

8th

7.30 TG, Town Hall,In House party with cheese and wine

St Michael’s Mission Room, Well Street, Finedon Available for hire weekdays and Saturdays. Suitable for most social functions, charitable events, children's parties (no late discos)

All enquiries and information Mrs Helen Watts Tel: 01933 398073 (Between 6 pm & 8 pm or by letter to 46 Well Street, Finedon) 16


August 2012 Magazine