Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Finedon. Parish Magazine
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant Honorary Priest
Fr Peter Baden,01832 733186 email: email@example.com
Mrs Gill Foster Tel: 680364 (To whom first contact for Baptisms and weddings must be made).
Mrs Jane Read Tel: 680522 Mr Neil Forster Tel: 682177
PCC Secretary: Treasurer:
Mrs Gill Foster Tel: 680364 Mr Andrew Weatherill Tel: 682212
Mrs Janet Millington, Tel: 681161. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org (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
Mrs. Kathy Roberts Mr Oliver Grigg
Mr. Bryan Chapman Tel: 398818
Tower Captain Web Site
Mr Bryan Chapman, Tel 398818 www.finedonphotographs.org.uk/ bellringers.html
Mr John Bailey Tel 680747
St Michaelâ€™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 2
From the Vicarage... My fugitive years are all hasting away… words written not far from here, in Olney, by the hymn writer Willam Cowper (“God moves in a mysterious way” was one of his). I suppose this sense of time’s unbending arrow heading relentlessly away may have lain behind my reluctance to celebrate my 50th birthday. Forty means something, I guess; but fifty seems notable only for qualifying one for membership of Saga, an estimable organisation but I’d rather qualify for Club 18-30. Actually, on reflection, I wouldn’t, but Club 35-45 would suit me fine. I suppose I must have been feeling a bit morose about all this when I was asked to divert en route to supper at the Weatherill’s to pick up some keys in church. ‘Seem to be a lot of cars around,’ I remarked to David, ‘yes, he said, there’s a do on at the cricket club’. As indeed there was, I discovered, after walking into a dark church and finding dozens of people I’ve know all my life dressed up in 1980s fancy dress singing Happy Birthday. At first, covered in confusion, I couldn’t think what they were all doing there, and for a moment I felt like one of the apostles on Easter morning suddenly walking into something marvelous they hadn’t prepared for. Of course easier for me than for them to adjust to unexpected circumstances and a fine old time was had by all – thank you so much to everyone who played a part in it. Afterwards I realized I’d relearned an old lesson: not to sadly wave the years goodbye but to welcome and embrace the gifts God still has in store for us – a bit like those apostles again. Your in Christ, Fr Richard. PS At some point in the evening gifts got detached from cards – thank you, if I haven’t thanked you already, for yours.
Our Worship in May Year B 6th – 5th Sunday of Easter Acts 8: 26-40 Psalm 22: 25-31 1 John 4: 7-21 John 15: 1-8 Hymns 15 All my hope in God is founded 387 (T1) O Perfect Love 228 I danced in the morning Anthem: Owens This is my body (506) 518 Thy hand, O God, has guided 6th May - Evensong 367 As pants the hart for cooling streams Responses Smith Psalm 96 602 Loving Shepherd of thy sheep Canticles Ouseley/MacFarren (Set C) Anthem: Holst Turn back, O man 135 Love’s redeeming work is done 13th – 6th Sunday of Easter Acts 10: 44-48 Psalm 98 1 John 5: 1-6 John 15: 9-17 Hymns 242 Immortal, invisible, God only wise 120 (T2) Father, hear the prayer we offer 85 City of God * Anthem: Williams Who is this so weak and helpless? (556) 432 Rejoice the lord is king * 20th - 7th Sunday of Easter Acts 1: 15-17, 21-26 Psalm 1 1 John 5:9-13 John 17: 6-19
Hymns 516 Through all the changing scenes of life 296 Let all the world in every corner sing 513 Thou didst leave thy throne Anthem: J.S.Bach Jesu, joy of man’s desiring 393 O worship the King * 27th - Pentecost Acts 2: 1-21 Psalm 104: 26-36 Romans 8: 22-27 John 15: 26-27, 16.4b-15 Hymns 90 Come down, O Love Divine 69 (T1) Breathe on me, Breath of God 33 Angel-voices ever singing * Anthem: Stanley Vann Come, Holy Ghost Holy Spirit, come confirm us (214 (T 1)) 92 Come Holy Ghost, our souls inspire Organ Voluntaries following the 9.30am services 6th May – Hendrik Andriesson: Thema met Variaties 13th May – Christopher Tambling: Toccatino 20th May – J.S.Bach: Chorale Prelude Heut’ Triumphieret Gottes Sohn BWV 342 27th May – G.F.Handel: Overture in the Occasional Oratorio Organ Voluntaries following the 6.00pm evensong 6th May – Vincent Lübeck: Praeambulum in G
From the Registers
Baptism 8th April Freya Isobel Behan
We are planning a Festal Evensong to celebrate the Queen’s Jubillee for Sunday 3rd June at 6pm. Music will include Parry's ‘I was Glad’ and the Stanford Canticles in Bb. The choir will be enlarged and include visiting singers from local choirs. If you know anyone who would be interested in joining the choir for this occasion please ask Jonathan or a member of the choir for details of rehearsals etc.
Holy Matrimony 14th April Rian Underwood & Abbie Meir Funerals 12th April Ronald Edward Horn, age 90
Floodlight - Sponsorship 1st April Margaret, Judy & Carole - to celebrate Janice’s special birthday. Peter & Ann Ayres - to celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary. Roy & Maxine Furness - to celebrate their 45th wedding anniversary. 8th April Elizabeth Ann Henderson : in memory of George Buckley Henderson All the Family - thinking of mum & dad, Joe & Louisa Love, at Easter 15th April Jean Pidcock - in memory of her husband Jack (on what would have been his birthday) 22nd April P J Gobby - in memory of Peter Gobbey Trevor Craddock - in memory of his parents Eveline & Gilbert and for the enjoyment of the Finedon Community. Molly Thompson & Bob Coombs - in memory of their brother Geoff Coombs. 29th April Joyce Williams - to wish Bryan a very happy significant birthday & in memory of Bryan’s mother Elsie Williams
Choir Website The choir now has it's own website www.choirofstmarythevirginfinedo n.com which contains details of music lists and forthcoming events.
Rosewood Court On behalf of the residents of Rosewood Court, I want to say what a joy it is to have members of your choir and Father Richard taking our services when planned. The singing is really beautiful and also the message which is brought to us. It means so much to the many here who are now unable to participate in their church services. Thanks also for the Easter Greetings sent to us, which we reciprocate. For Christ is Risen and He lives for evermore. A final thought, please may we request ‘All in the April Evening’ when next you come. Even if April is past, we would still like it. Thank you and every Blessing. With love from us all. Barbara Hawes 5
Annual General Meeting The Annual General Meeting was held on Sunday 15th April in Church after the 9.30am Eucharist. The present Churchwardens, Mrs Jane Read and Mr. Neil Foster were re-elected for one year. As there were more applications than places for the Parochial Church Council an election was held. St. Mary’s Church Parochial Church Council:Chair in perpetuity - Vicar the Reverend Richard Coles Vice Chair - Jane Read Secretary - Gill Foster Treasurer - Andrew Weatherill Assistant Treasurer - Joanne Weatheril
Jean Marlow, Joyce George, Pete Grindrod, Janet Millington. Minutes of the AGM will be on the Church Notice Board together with the annual reports and accounts. Reports will also appear on the Sunday sheets for the next few weeks.
Thank You Janice and Delia would like to say a big thank you to all who sponsored them in their latest Crazy Hat walk round Wicksteed Park on 18th March, including family and friends at St Mary’s, Buds & Blooms, Bippin and staff at Finedon Stores, Philip, Andrew, Kathy and staff at Finedon Pharmacy, the Motor Bike Shop and all my line dance pals who donated in memory of our lovely friend Maureen God Bless. We raised £500.00.
Bryan Chapman Christine Chapman Mary Shipton Carole Heywood Gill Dunn Janet Harris Malcolm Peet Philip Powis Colin Needle Joyce Williams Bryan Williams Jacqui Minchinton
Church of St Mary the Virgin, Finedon
Meat Bingo on
Friday 11th May at the
Mulso School, Wellingborough Road at 7.30 pm
Synod - Janet Millington, John Havlicek, Denise Pruden, Neil Forster.
Admission Free Refreshments available, Raffle Everyone Welcome
Sidesmen - re-elected for the ensuing year:- Roy Furness, Martin Pettitt, John Turner, Michael Shipton, Robert Munns, Malcolm Peet, Ray Cavender, Bryan Williams, John Bailey, Brian Brooks, Denise Pruden, Malcolm Robson, Bettie Carter, Denis Howell,
Transport available. For details please telephone Andrew Weatherill 682212
As part of the ngs gardens open for charity, the following Finedon gardens will be open on Sundays 10th June and 1st July between 2.00 pm and 6.00 pm
Our next meeting will be on Thursday 3rd May at 7.30pm in the Town Hall when Mr George Whittaker will talk about ‘The History of Hunting’. There will be a Bring and Buy sale during the Social Half Hour and the competition will be a picture of a dog. Visitors are always welcome to come and join us.
24 Albert Road 29 Eastfield Crescent 67-69 High Street 11 Thrapston Road Combined admission £3.00, children free. Plants for sale.
Church of St Mary the Virgin Finedon
In addition to this 67-69 High Street, Finedon will be open on Thursdays 14, 21 and 28th June between 5.00 pm and 8.30 pm. Admission £3.50, children free. Plants for sale.
Crowning of the May Queen and Coronation Lunch
Finedon Local History Society On the Afternoon of Monday 7th May, Finedon Local History Society have arranged for a group visit to Cottesbrooke Hall and Gardens. Those who have booked to go should arrive at 3pm for a guided tour of the house commencing at 3.30pm.
on Sunday 20th May at The Vicarage between 11.00 am & 2.00 pm
Sport in Finedon Exhibition
Live music provided by the ‘Bonkers’ Band
Finedon Local History Society's new exhibition ‘Sport in Finedon’ is now open on Saturdays and Sundays from 2.00 pm to 4.00pm
Tickets Adults £6.00 Children £3.00
Bring your own drink (glasses provided)
We have no speaker for our May meeting on Monday 14th. We have WI Resolutions to vote on, plus a plant sale and Faith Supper. 7
1st Finedon Scout Group
We will do the organising, advertising, administration; print the street maps to show people where you are. Supply you with balloons to tie on your gate on the day, and help you with any problems or questions you might have. This is an opportunity not to be missed. No travelling involved, just a chance for you to make some cash. You need to register with your fee by 22nd June to be included on the map. Or just come along on the day and tour around Finedon to find yourself some great bargains.
On Sunday 13th May as part of our celebration for 100 years of Finedon Scouting we will be having a street parade with the Scout band and Army Cadets band, all the Guide sections, plus our own 70 plus young people. We assemble at 1:15 pm at The Green, High Street and parade along High Street, Church Street, to St Mary's Church. Return approx 2.40 pm along Stocks Hill, Regent Street, Well Street, Rose Hill, Wellingborough Rd to the recreation ground. Come out and watch the young people and show your support to the youth of Finedon. We have managed to track down over 100 past members. If we missed you out please contact 01933 680680.
TINGDENE ENTERTAINERS Present
History Display During August we have a display of Scouting in Finedon at the History Centre. If you have any memorabilia you can loan please contact us.
Finedon Scout Group organise a ‘Town Sale’
By arrangement with Warner/Chappel Music Ltd
Springtime is here! Time for you to have a tidy up and clear out. You always find something that is too good for the dustbin. What do you do with it? Finedon Scout Group is having a Town Sale on Saturday 7th July from 10am. Book your stall for just £5. This could be ‘Your Sale’ where you have a stall on your driveway, garden or garage to raise funds for your own selected Charity or just for yourself.
June 13th to 16th 2012 at The Star Hall, Finedon Tickets: Adults £8.50, £6.50 child
Box Office 07717 288179 or 01933 680680 8
Finedon Community Centre Finedon Sessions Presents
Richard Digence on
Friday 4th May 2012 A truly brilliant comedy folk entertainer, Richard Digance has travelled the world with just a guitar and an immense collection of stories, building a unique reputation that has been acknowledged through numerous music and entertainment awards. Not many storytellers who sing and play guitar have supported Steve Martin and Robin Williams, or played a guitar duet with Brian May of Queen, but Richard Digance has done this and more, becoming a music and comedy institution at clubs, theatres and festivals across the world, as well as on TV. He is an accomplished musician, guitarist, and also a poet whose appeal is wide and whose career is evergreen. "A national treasure" (Bob Harris). Support Paul Handyside. Doors will open at 7.15 pm and the concert will start at 8.00 pm. Enquiries: Tel: 01933 398377 or 07972 192266. Seated at tables, real ale bar and raffle as usual.
Finedon community Centre
Friends of Finedon Schools Quiz Night
Key for Two - Farce
Friday 25th May at the Junior School
An Amateur Production by Centre Stage Productions directed by Peter Darnell on
Price £4 per head /£15 per team of 4
May 10, 11, 12th
Price includes a cheese supper
An evening packed with laughter Licensed bar and raffle Doors open 7.00 pm for 7.30 pm performances
To book please contact either school office or Tel 680433/680467
Tickets £ 9.00/£8.00 Concessions Tickets can be reserved by calling 01933 398377 or 07970 632244 9
Northamptonshire Police Force Open Day – a fun and free event for all the family!
The 2012 Force Open Day will be held at Force Headquarters, Wootton Hall Park, from 11.00 am to 4.00 pm on Saturday 12 May. Go to http:www.northants.police.uk/ default.aspx?id=8768 to find out more about the great demonstrations, scenarios, stands and attractions that will be there. Everyone is welcome so please spread the word and forward the link to all your friends and family. If you use Facebook, visit the Force Open Day Event at https://www.facebook.com/ northantspolice#!/ events/222085337896757/ and invite your Facebook friends - if you follow Twitter feel free to ‘tweet’ the link!
I look forward to seeing you there Inspector Nick Lyall
Can you Help? On Saturday May 5th and Sunday May 6th, in two mighty twelve hour sessions, the Buffs are doing a sponsored wheelchair push round the Green to raise money for Ben Talbot, a twelve year old with a serious disability. The idea is to push the equivalent distance from Land's End to John O'Groats, 606 miles as the crow flies, or 2,400 laps of the green. We have 28 wheelchairs but we need people to volunteer to help out with pushing them, as much or as little as you can manage. Please put the word out. 10
In my Day The ramblings of Hubert James
In my day, it was about this time of year that we all got excited about May Day. Now in them days, we didn’t have a Bank Holiday. So bank workers had to go to work along with the rest of us. They were tough times for Bank Managers; most of them lived and worked in wardrobes. Course, we all had a holiday at the end of the month. In my day we all knew what Whitsun was. Still May Day meant fun and frolics on The Green. In particular it meant Morris Dancing. Yes, men with beards bells and hankies, the last word in culture. We loved it. We couldn’t get enough. It was a proper hopping craze with a driving squeeze box beat that we could bounce along to. Each team had a fool who would whip us up into a frenzy. Nowadays who would believe how much enjoyment you could get just by being whacked by an inflated pigs bladder on a stick? The BBC joined the band wagon and gave us Strictly Come Morris Dancing on the wireless, hosted by Johnny Morris and Bruno the Chimp. Johnny did both voices and we had to rely on our imagination to judge the quality of
dance based on the sound of the bells. So when the professional teams went of tour, we all flocked to see them. Young folk would scream and shout as highly paid dancers would prance about, some with swords and some with sticks. We marvelled as they weaved in and out gripping their swords and forming them into a star. Then there was the danger of the stick dances where a misplaced rap on the knuckle could end your career. You don’t need me to tell you that they became household names. First we had the stick dancers; Take That. Then the team that always danced towards the West; One Direction. There was a mixed team, five girls and a lad; Boys One. The sexist mob; No Girls Allowed. But none achieved the fame of a bunch of lads from Birmingham with a popular lead dancer from Aston. The boy who put the back flip into the Morris. They started off as the Jig Lively Stompers but this got shortened to JLS and a legend was born.
Church Monthly Draw Total receipts of £289.00 are divided equally between the winners and the church funds. Winning numbers for the April monthly draw are: 1st prize 92 £72.25 2nd prize 160 £43.35 3rd prize 174 £28.90 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. 11
The Bishop of Brixworth writes A tale of two (more) cities
This year marks the 200th anniversary of the birth of Charles Dickens. My favourite Dickens’ novel is A Tale of Two Cities with its themes of love and redemption amidst evil and terror. His two cities are London and Paris, one a symbol of safety, the other of danger. My two cities are places I visited on pilgrimage to Turkey; the magnificent Imperial capital of Constantinople and the great trading city of Ephesus. The early church flourished in both places but in very different circumstances. Ephesus was a busy trading centre in which Christians were a tiny minority gathering in homes. They were mostly tolerated and sometimes persecuted. Constantinople was re-founded as part of the upheaval that followed the conversion of the Emperor Constantine to Christ in AD330. Then Christianity became the official state religion. The shorthand description of this period in history is “Christendom”. Much of our pattern of church life in England
originates from this time. However, many key thinkers across the churches believe that Christendom’s days are numbered. One Catholic leader has said, “The traces of Constantine’s church would seem to be fading and a new Constantinian turning point confronts us”. One possibility is that in the future the church will rediscover the “Ephesus” model. This might mean smaller, less formal groups growing through networks of relationships. The General Synod report Mission-Shaped Church drew attention to a wide variety of existing “Ephesian” churches which together involve as many members as some dioceses. Another possibility, supported by Archbishop Rowan, is that the future will feature a mixture of both “Constantinople” and “Ephesus” style churches. I believe individual churches can also embrace both callings to mission. I am sure that there is a future for churches with long histories and wonderful buildings also offering new patterns of church life alongside their existing traditional worship. I recently discovered this challenge: “The Church started out as a fellowship of men and women following Jesus Christ. Then it spread to Greece and became a Philosophy. Then it spread to Rome and became an Institution. Then it spread to the whole of Europe and became a Culture. Then it spread to the United States and became an Enterprise. Perhaps it’s time to return to being a fellowship of men and women following Jesus Christ?”
Around the diocese Easter Hope comes to Bishop Stopford School
Making 700 balls of playdough was a challenge for the helpers, but well worth it to see the enthusiasm of pupils and staff at Bishop Stopford School for Easter Hope, the interactive prayer stations in the Hall and Chapel at the end of last term. Each station reflected on different themes in the Easter story such as betrayal, compromise, grief, injustice, new life and hope. They were set up by the Chaplaincy team at the School with much help from parents of pupils past and present. Lee Hodgson-King, from St Giles in Northampton, also helped to devise and set up the stations.
Their reactions were heartfelt. “Easter hope was fantastic,” said one year 7 pupil, “I couldn’t believe it! I felt totally set free!” Each prayer station invited thought and a practical response. At one, viewers looked at themselves in a mirror and were asked to remember that they are made in the image of God and that they are special and important to him. They were given a small heart shaped mirror to take away. As they removed the plastic film on the mirror they were invited to ask God to peel away any misunderstandings they might have that would stop them knowing how loved and loveable they are. Making models out of playdough, listening to music, adding tears to the wall of suffering and planting seeds of hope were amongst the other activities. “The stations helped me get in touch with things in myself that I usually don’t think about,” said one participant. “What a great way to encounter God.” For the Chaplaincy team it was not only these reactions that encouraged them, but also that parents from churches in the diocese were able to help and support the school with this event.
Pupils in years 7 to 9 (ages 11 to 14) all spent an hour at Easter Hope during lesson time, visiting the stations in groups of three. Older pupils were encouraged to call in during their breaks. In all an estimated 700 pupils and staff visited.
Around the diocese Sixty graduate from Mission Shaped Ministry course
Bishop John joined Peter Hancock, Chair of the Methodist District, and Bishop Tim from Leicester Diocese, at a recent celebration for the sixty people who completed the Mission Shaped Ministry course. The 18 month long course was organised as a collaboration between the Northampton Methodist District and Anglican Dioceses of Leicester and Peterborough. It ran over nine Saturdays in Market Harborough. The course is designed for people involved in starting new forms of church (Fresh Expressions). It will run again at the same venue, starting in September 2012. If you’re involved in a café church or messy church, or are thinking of starting one, or would like to learn from new forms of church for your existing worshipping community, this course might be for you. For more information contact Miles Baker on 01604 887043.
May events Wed 2, Hermitage Ensemble Concert, 7.30pm at Nassington Church PE8 6QG. Tickets £10 from 01780 781777. Sat 5-Mon 7, St Luke's Kislingbury Flower Festival, 1pm-5pm. “Village life”. Sun 6, Organ recital by Oliver Brett of St Mary’s Cathedral, Sydney, Australia. 5pm at St Mary’s Warmington PE8 6TE. Sun 6, Great Brington Open Gardens. Nine gardens open, 11am-5pm. Mon 7, Organ recital, All Saints, Oakham, 11.15am. John Keys of St Mary’s Nottingham. Collection. Lunches. Sat 12, Northants Youth Brass 2000th Concert at All Hallows, Wellingborough at 7pm. Tickets £7 on door. Sat 12, Vision of Unity Christian meditation. 10am-4pm at St Peter's, Cogenhoe NN71LS. Tel: 01604 899342. Thurs 17, Be still and know that I am God. Christian meditation. 7.30pm-9pm at St Peter’s Cogenhoe. 01604 899342. Sat 19, Orphean Singers Concert, 7.30pm at St John the Baptist, Hartwell. Sat 19th MayFete and Photography Competition at Hardwick Church and Village Hall at 2pm. Free entry. Sat 26, Hartwell Plant Fair, 10am - 2pm for Church Funds. Tel: 01604 862635. Sat 19 May-Sun 24 Jun, Reflection: Looking beneath the surface. Art and music installation at Peterborough Cathedral. Susan Haire, Stephen Dydo. Sun 20, Tenor concert with Stephen George. 4pm at St Peter and St Paul Abington, N’ton. Tea. Evensong 6pm. Sat 26, Music in Lyddington: Joglaresa. 7.30pm at St Andrew’s, Lyddington LE15 9LN. Tickets £14 (on door £16, students £2). 01572 820017. Sat 26-Sun 27, Hat’s Off to Her Majesty, 11am-4pm at St Katharine’s, Irchester. Sat: Street market, exhibits in church, music by The Irchester Players. Sun: music and exhibits in the church.
Town Diary July
7.30 BL, Bowls Club, TBA
7.30 TG Town Hall, The History of Hunting
Wesleyan Chapel Flower Festival
8pm Richard Digence, Community Centre
11-2pm Wesleyan May Fayre Buffs wheelchair push
Junior School Summer Fair St Mary’s Church, Wine Walkabout
10.00 Coffee morning, Football Club
7.30 History Society, Mission Room, Shoemaking in Northamptonshire
7.30 ‘Key for Two’ Finedon Community Centre
7.30 Church meat bingo, Mulso School
1.15pm Scout parade from The Green
7.30 WI Mission Room WI Resolutions & Faith Supper
9.45 Coffee morning, Bowls Club
11-2pm Crowning of the May Queen, Vicarage
10.00 Coffee Morning, Football Club
Quiz Night, Mulso Junior School
7.30 BL Bowls Club, TBA
7.30 BL, Bowls Club, TBA
9.45 Coffee morning, Bowls Club
9-12pm Wesleyan Chapel Table Top Sale
10.00am Coffee Morning, Football Club
9.45 Coffee Morning, Bowls Club
22nd 7.30 History Society, Mission Room, Northamptonshire Victorian Inventors & Inventions, Jon-Paul Carr
Tingdene Entertainers “Half a Sixpence” Star Hall
9-12pm FIWC Table Top Sale
10.00 Coffee Morning, Football Club
7.30 History Society, Mission Room ‘Elections in Georgian England’
9.45 Coffee Morning, Bowls Club
9.45 Coffee morning, Bowls Club
7.30, BL, Bowls Club, TBA
The History of RAF Wyton & the Pathfinder Force, Squadron Leader K P Dalley ret’d.
7.30 BL, Bowls Club, TBA
14th- St Mary’s Church, Flower Festival 16th 24th
7.30 History Society, Mission Room, Rockingham Castle & The Watsons, Michael Boyce
7.30 BL, Bowls Club, AGM
7.30 History Society, Mission Room AGM and slides
11-2pm FIWC Christmas Bazaar
7.30 BL, Entertainment at Woodford WMC
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) 15