FEBRUARY 2011 EVENTS IN KIRKBY & Gt. BROUGHTON
FEBRUARY 2011 St AUGUSTINE’S KIRKBY SERVICES Thursday 3rd January 10.00am Holy Eucharist (followed by coffee at 3 Holmemead) Sunday 8.00 am 9.30 am
6th February Holy Eucharist Family Service + communion
Rev. Dr. Anne Heading
Rev. Dr. Anne Heading Rev. Dr. Anne Heading
This 9.30 am service is our monthly family service to which you are warmly invited Sunday 9.30 am
13th February Matins
Sunday 20th February 9.30 am Holy Eucharist Coffee will be served after the service
Rev. Geoff Haysmore
Sunday 27th February UNITED BENEFICE SERVICE at ST. ANDREW’S INGLEBY GREENHOW 9.00 am Parish Eucharist The speaker will be Revd Dr Gavin Wakefield, Gavin is the Director of Mission and Ministry for the Diocese of York and is a member of the Archbishop’s staff. All welcome The Rev. Anne Heading will preside. Morning Prayer is said each Monday at 9.15 am in St Augustine’s for anyone who come. For further details please tel. Anne 710045
Ash Wednesday - 9th March Mothering Sunday 3rd April Maundy Thursday – 21st April Good Friday – 22nd April Easter Sunday – 24th April Telephone Contacts: Rev. Dr. Anne Heading (710045) Churchwardens Geoff Taylor (712458) Maria Humphrey (712648)
“In the heart of Broughton, Chapel is a place of prayer, of worship, of Jesus’ love shown to friend and stranger”
FEBRUARY 2011 GREAT BROUGHTON METHODIST CHURCH
Sunday 6th February 10.30 am Morning Worship to be led by Mr. Ron Kirk
Sunday 13th February 10.30 am Morning Worship to be led by Mr. Robin Atkinson
Sunday 20th February 10.30 am Service of Sacrament to be led by the Rev. Joyce Mobberley
Sunday 27th February 10.30 am Morning Worship to be led by Worship Leader Pat Nelson
The Chapel schoolroom is available for hire. Contact 712585
Rev Catherine Hutton (722437) Great Broughton
FROM THE REGISTERS 17th December George Maurice Cousins aged 72 years DIARY FOR FEBRUARY Thursday 4th February and each Thursday Duplicate Bridge 7.00 prompt in the Sports Club. Tel Joan for details 711992 Tuesday 8th February Kirkby & Gt. Broughton Ladies Group. 7.30 pm. An illustrated talk „Animals in Kenya‟ by Roger Luntz at Estelle‟s Thursday 10th February WI will meet at the home of Barbara Goodchild to talk about making pictures. Wednesday 16th February Great & Little Broughton Parish Council Meeting 7.30 pm. in the Village Hall. Agendas available week before meeting on www.hambleton.gov.uk parishes – Great & Little Broughton Wednesday 23rd February 7.30 pm. In Gt Broughton village hall. Local History Society, a talk by Beth Andrews from the Tees Valley Wildlife Trust. Beth will be presenting on The Magic of Alum. Few realise that this was Britain‟s first chemical industry and it flourished on our doorstep. Join or rejoin, the subscription remains at £5 single or £8 couple payable to David Ashton Holme Croft, Gt Broughton. New members always welcome. Admission £1 for all to include tea/coffee + biscuits. Thursday 24th February K cum B Stitchers 1.30 pm Kirkby Church Hall tel. Alison 713410 Friday 25th February Sports Club Annual Dinner + Dance at the Wainstones. Tickets from the usual sellers or Ruth 711406 Monday 7th March Sports Club AGM 8.00 pm in the Sports Club. All members welcome
PUBLIC MEETING CHURCH HALL WEDNESDAY 16th FEBRUARY 8.15 pm Kirkby-in-Cleveland Parish Council LAUNCH of the VILLAGE WEBSITE Your one stop information point from airports to waste disposal, politics to leisure and prayer to prescriptions. Whatever you need find it here. Sell it. Buy it. Recycle it. Bus it. Walk it. See it. Do it. Whatever it is find it here. www.comeandfindit.??????
ALSO RE-LAUNCH of KIRKBY NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH SCHEME
Stay safe and get valuable local alerts by email. Does Kirkby want a No Cold Call Zone? Come along. Find out. Presentations / Advice /Hints on Safety and Security fromCommunity Safety Officer PC 3550 Terry Rodgerson Country Watch Officer (Farm Watch) PC Melanie Smith Wild Life Officer PC 1198 Glyn Jones Community Fire Fighter James Titchener Senior Community Safety Officer Chris Fields Hambleton DC (Community Safe Partnership) Trading Standards Officer Elizabeth Fitzgerald (incl No Cold Calling Zones)
Police Our problem solving officers are PC 1491 Michelle McFarlane and PC 1198 Glyn Jones who writes...It will be a difficult year with economies + changes to employment to provide a leaner, more efficient service. Our Inspector has moved to Scarborough and our new one is Sarah Sanderson. We will continue to get out into our communities and engage with as many of you as we can during the year. We have visited the area on a couple of occasions with the mobile unit and although successful we would like to see more people. If you have ideas about when these should be timed do contact us. Control Room 0845 60 60 247 For non urgentâ€“ Michelle 07966 44 89 95 Glyn 07966451335
Kirkby Church Hall is available for rent. Contact Sheila 712321 Broughton Village Hall is available for rent . Contact Joan 713705 ****** If you would be interested in being confirmed please contact Anne Heading email@example.com ****** Christmas Competition The first correct entry drawn out was from Connie Smith (St. Augustine‟s, Kirkby-in-Cleveland) The Parish with the most correct entries was St. Andrew‟s Ingleby Greenhow. Well done and thank you to everyone who entered. The answer to the puzzle : Champagne ****** WRVS A volunteer driver is needed urgently for the Great Ayton WRVS Meals onWheels round – on a Thursday – once a month between 11.00 & 1.00 Please contact 712337 if you are able and willing. ****** Stokesley & District Choral Society Rehearsals Mons 7.30 in Catholic Church hall. If you are interested in singinging with us come along or call Bob Baker 700672 ****** Community Care Association The Stokesley and District Community Care Association provides a number of support services for the Elderly and Disabled: Town Close Stokesley Tel firstname.lastname@example.org Please contact for more info. Community Transport-2 fully accessible mini buses and volunteer car scheme. Ring to book. Also regular shopping trips from Broughton-M‟bro Respite Sitting Scheme - a volunteer sitter gives regular carers a much needed break of up to 3 hours per week in the client‟s own home. Befriending Scheme - service for lonely & housebound. A volunteer will visit on a regular basis to sit + chat or do light shopping or collect a prescription. Listening Tapes-for the visually impaired. An audio tape is sent out once a month full of local news and information. Lunch Club-Thursdays at Stokesley Town Hall 12.00. £4 for lunch+ dessert with tea/coffee. Ring office to book a place. Thursday Chairobics-10.30-11.30am Thursdays at Stokesley Town Hall. Exercise to music while seated + make new friends + perhaps go on to lunch! Tea Dances- at Stokesley Methodist Hall alternate Thursday afternoons.
Kirkby & Gt. Broughton School Along with most of the rest of the community our school took a bit of a battering with all the seasonal weather over the last couple of months. Roof tiles have been rearranged and gutters repositioned, courtesy of the snow. However, it hasn‟t stopped teachers and children getting on with what they all do best! Each Friday we invite our parents in to see what their children have been doing in class. So far this term the youngest children, with Mrs. Borwell and Mrs. Atkinson, have put on an assembly where they talked about books and some of the reasons why they are so important. Sometimes books were special because they had been given by a special person, a relative or a special friend: sometimes because they were precious family heirlooms: sometimes because they had pictures of beautiful princesses or were treasured familiar stories. They also talked about why the Bible was an important book and how it teaches Christians how to live their lives. There were some very proud parents, older brothers and sisters and teachers in the school hall. The following week it was the turn of Mrs. Whalley‟s children to explain to a packed school hall about their work so far in the term. Together with Mrs. Clarkson and Mrs. Clayton this class told us all about their work thinking about light and dark. They showed us their very effective silhouette work and explained how they had gone about this. They then split into several groups and treated us to singing “Sun Arise” accompanied by Mrs. Whalley on the piano. Some of the children then talked about how the darkness can make them feel: sometimes it makes them feel snug and safe but other times it‟s scary and makes them anxious. They then all performed a fabulous dance sequence, making the most of lots of space and showing us plenty of exhuberant variety in their moves with their torches. The whole assembly finished with the children telling their parents of the work they still had planned as they explored this topic in future weeks. This term also sees some of our parents joining us for school dinner as well as being welcomed into school each Friday to continue to celebrate lots of hard but fun work!
CLAIMING DATES Monday 7th March Sports Club AGM Wed 16th March G & L Broughton Parish Council Meeting 7.30 Friday 18th March PTA Beetle Drive Friday 25th March Christian Aid Quiz Saturday 16th April SDCS Spring Concert: Cantique de Jean Racine-Faure + Stabat Mater – Rossini 15th – 21st May Christian Aid week Friday 24th June PTA Treasure Hunt If you have any claiming dates or any notices for the community for March contact email@example.com/714135
Thanks and congratulations to all who contributed to the Christian Aid collections over the Christmas Season. We raised a fantastic sum of £683.58. Additionally we made a profit of £583.26 at the Wine & Cheese Evening. Well done to the people of Gt. Broughton, Kirkby, Dromonby and Busby for giving so generously. I can now tell you the figure for the whole of 2010 – we raised a magnificent total of £4,303.86. Such a substantial sum will have given much help to those parts of the world where it is most needed, to alleviate hardship, poverty and despair, bringing hope and dignity to so many. Thank you all once again for your continued supportJean Taylor and the Christian Aid team. ****** Thank you to all those who supported us at our recent coffee morning in Stokesley Town Hall. £305 was raised for Church funds ****** Neighbourhood watch co-ordinators Gt Broughton Jim Watson 711406 Kirkby David Chadwick 712105 Black Bins Blue Box (NO BINS)
- Wed 9th & 23rd February K & GB - Wed 2nd & 16th February K & GB
This newsletter is financed and distributed by St. Augustine‟s Church, Kirkby & Gt. Broughton Methodist Church.