Page 1

JULY & AUGUST 2011 EVENTS IN KIRKBY & Gt. BROUGHTON


JULY 2011 St AUGUSTINE’S KIRKBY Sunday 3rd July 8.00 am 9.30 am

Holy Communion Rev. Dr Anne Heading Family Service and Rev. Dr Anne Heading Holy Communion This is our monthly family service to which you are warmly invited Thursday 7th July 10.00 am Holy Communion (to be followed by coffee at 3 Holmemead) Sunday 10th July 9.30 am Holy Communion

Rev. Dr Anne Heading

Sunday 17th July 9.30 am Holy Communion Rev. Geoff Haysmore (to be followed by coffee after the service) 6pm Confirmation service at Christ Church, Great Ayton Sunday 24th July 6pm UNITED BENEFICE Evensong at St Hilda’s, Bilsdale Priory with choir from Kirklevington & Worsall Sunday 31st July 9.30 am Holy Communion

Rev. Dr Anne Heading

Morning Prayer is said each Monday at 9am in St Augustine‟s for anyone who wishes to come. For further details please tel. Anne 710045

Telephone Contacts: Rev. Dr. Anne Heading (710045) Churchwardens Geoff Taylor (712458)


“In the heart of Broughton, Chapel is a place of prayer, of worship, of Jesus‟ love shown to friend and stranger”

JULY 2011 GREAT BROUGHTON METHODIST CHURCH SERVICES & EVENTS

Sunday 3rd July 10.30 am Morning Worship to be led by Dr Tim Locke

Sunday 10th July 10.30 am Morning Worship to be led by Mr Dave Elliot

Sunday 17th July 10.30 am Morning Worship to be led by Mrs Mollie Locke

Saturday 23rd July Duck Race – see enclosed leaflet Sunday 24th July 10.30 am Morning Worship by local arrangement 6 pm Summer Songs of Praise, with Yarm Methodist Choir, led by Dave Elliot. Followed by strawberry refreshments

Sunday 31st July 10.30 am Morning Worship to be led by Mr Ron Kirk

The Chapel schoolroom is available for hire. Contact 712585 Methodist Minister Rev Catherine Hutton (722437) Great Broughton


FROM THE REGISTERS St Augustine’s, Kirkby-in-Cleveland 16th July Louis Ryan Selmi St Augustine’s, Kirkby-in-Cleveland 22nd July Matthew Hall and Felicity Amer 20th August Paul Wilson and Helen Webster St Augustine’s, Kirkby-in-Cleveland 3rd June Frances Alder aged 91 years DIARY for JULY & AUGUST Saturday 2nd July ACES Celebration of 250 years of the sausage Friday 8th July Local History Group Kirby of Yesteryear, 7.30pm. Next chapter in Peter Clarkson‟s 'Living Memories' with pictures from John Webster. Monday 11th July Kirkby Parish Council Meeting. 7.30 pm in the Flintoff Room, Kirkby Church Hall. Wednesday 13th July Great & Little Broughton Parish Council meeting 7.30pm in the Village Hall. Agendas available week before meeting on hambleton.gov.uk/broughton. Residents are welcome to attend. Saturday 16th July Local History Group exhibition to celebrate the Rosedale railway's 150th Anniversary at Ingleby Greenhow Village Hall. Both of the local primary schools are joining us. It runs from 10 am to 4 pm, please try to get along Monday 18th July Local History Group public meeting in Kirkby Church Hall to which all Kirkby residents are invited as part of the village's Social History Project – full details of this are on the Kirkby website. During the month of August ....we shall be having a rest. Sunday 17th July „Tea on the Lawn‟ event for Christian Aid Saturday 30th July David & Anne Heading invite you for coffee & cakes at 3 Holmemead 9.30 am – noon. All welcome Sunday 7th August Ice Cream at 3 Holmemead 2– 4pm

Tickets are going fast for the Tea on the Lawn event. This is at Westfields, Kirkby on Sunday 17th July from 2.00 - 4.00 and tickets are just £5.00. So dig out your summer frocks, come along and enjoy some of our dainty sandwiches and home baked cakes whilst admiring the beautiful gardens.


King James Bible This year marks the 400th anniversary of the publication of the King James Bible. The PCC plans to celebrate this event in September with an exhibition of bibles in the church hall. There are some interesting old bibles from the church but mostly we would like to feature your favourite bible with a brief note to say why it is special to you. (This can be anonymous if you prefer.) It may be beautiful, it may have links to a special person or incident, or it may just have always been there for you when you needed it. Please think about this. There will be more details in the next newsletter. ****** Great and Little Broughton Parish Council are looking to produce a village website. If you can spare some time to help develop and build this please contact Louise Cook on 714606 or louise.cook@squeasy.co.uk ****** Jackie Freeman is now doing DOG SITTING in her own home. ÂŁ12.50 per day/night. Call into shop Feet First Shoe Repairs Stokesley. 01642 713575 or 01642 714061 or email first.feet@btopenworld.com ******

Local Bus information The Parish Council has updated the Parish bus stops with the updated seasonal timetables. There are 3 bus stops showing the following bus service information:A) Abbotts Northallerton to Stokesley via the villages, including Great Broughton (School, Bus Shelter, High Street bus stops) B) Moorsbus to Helmsley, Great Broughton, Stokesley, Great Ayton and Guisborough. Just flag it down anywhere safe on the High Street. In June and October on Sundays In July, August and September on Wednesdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays C) Hutchinsons

Fridays only to Stokesley. Bus stop on the High Street.

D) Hodgsons Fridays only from January to June, and October to December inclusive. stop on the High Street.

Bus


AUGUST 2011 St AUGUSTINE’S KIRKBY Thursday 4th August 10.00 am Holy Communion Rev. Dr Anne Heading (followed by coffee at 3 Holmemead) Sunday 7th August 8.00 am Holy Communion Rev. Dr Anne Heading 9.30 am Family Service and Rev. Dr Anne Heading Holy Communion This is our monthly family service to which you are warmly invited Sunday 14th August 9.30 am Matins Pat Weighell Sunday 21st August 9.30 am Holy Communion Rev. Dr Anne Heading (to be followed by coffee after the service) Sunday 28th August UNITED BENEFICE SERVICE at Saint Cuthbert’s, Kildale 10.30 am Holy Communion The Preacher will be Stokesley Deanery’s ‘Dean of Green’, Revd Geoff Jaques who will address issues about Christians and the environment. Anne Heading will preside at the Holy Communion. All welcome. Thursday 1st September 10.00 am Holy Communion Rev. Dr Anne Heading (followed by coffee at 3 Holmemead) Morning Prayer is said each Monday at 9am in St Augustine‟s for anyone who wishes to come. For further details please tel. Anne 710045

Telephone Contacts: Rev. Dr. Anne Heading (710045) Churchwardens Geoff Taylor (712458)


“In the heart of Broughton, Chapel is a place of prayer, of worship, of Jesus‟ love shown to friend and stranger”

AUGUST 2011 GREAT BROUGHTON METHODIST CHURCH SERVICES & EVENTS

Wednesday 3rd August Chapel Open Day – see enclosed leaflet Sunday 7th August 10.30 am Morning Worship to be led by Mr David Sills Wednesday 10th August Chapel Open Day – see enclosed leaflet Sunday 14th August 10.30 am Morning Worship to be led by Mr Stan Townson Wednesday 17th August Chapel Open Day – see enclosed leaflet Sunday 21st August 10.30 am Sacrament Service to be led by Rev. Trevor Haigh Wednesday 24th August Chapel Open Day – see enclosed leaflet Sunday 28th August 10.30 am Circuit Service at Stokesley to be led by Rev. Ruth Gee, Chair of Darlington District of the Methodist Church

The Chapel schoolroom is available for hire. Contact 712585 Methodist Minister

Rev Catherine Hutton (722437) Great Broughton


CLAIMING DATES          

Wednesday 7th September G&LB Parish Council meeting 7.30pm Friday 23rd September Flower demonstration & lunch, church hall Wednesday 5th October G&LB Parish Council meeting 7.30pm Friday 14th October Alistair Anderson & friends will entertain with Northumbrian music in GBVH Saturday 5th November PTA Annual Firework Extravaganza Wednesday 9th November G&LB Parish Council meeting 7.30pm Saturday 19th November ACES 25th Anniversary Grand Ball Friday 9th December Christian Aid Wine & Cheese Evening Wednesday 14th December G&LB Parish Council meeting 7.30pm Friday 16th December Lantern Parade & Carols round the tree Friday 6th January St Augustine’s Coffee Morning in Stokesley If you have any claiming dates or any notices for the community contact Heather 714135 / heather@toftview.co.uk (Please type newsletter in the subject line and send by 20th August ) Village information including that contained in this newsletter can be accessed at www.kirkby-in-cleveland.org.uk

Neighbourhood Watch Control Room 0845 60 60 247 For non urgent matters 07966 44 89 95 Our problem solving officers are PC 1491 Michelle McFarlane and PC 1198 Glyn Jones. Local links are Gt. Broughton – Jim Watson 711406 Kirkby – David Chadwick 712105

Black Bins Green Bins & Recycling

Wed 13th & 27th July Wed 10th & 24th August Wed 6th & 20th July Wed 3rd & 17th August (& Thurs 1st Sept)

This newsletter is financed and distributed by St. Augustine’s Church, Kirkby & Great Broughton Methodist Church

KGB Church Mag July & August  

KGB Church Mag July & August

Read more
Read more
Similar to
Popular now
Just for you