St. Augustine’s. Flintham are hosting the ladies choir Chiara who will be singing Compline at 6 pm on Saturday 15th December. The music and service is very much in the manner of that heard in monasteries. All are welcome.
East Bridgford is holding a series of events on Armistice Day, Sunday 11th November 2018,
to which all are invited. The programme is:
- Service of Remembrance at 11:00am at St. Peter’s Church
- Exhibition of WW1 memorabilia from 2:00pm at St. Peter;s Church
- Candlelit procession starting at 6:30pm from two village locations
- Lighting the beacon at 7:00pm outside St. Peter’s Church followed by
- Candlelit festival of readings, prayer, music and singing in church.
Harvest Festival services will be held in all churches in the Fosse Group during September and October. These include:
11:00am Harvest Festival Holy Communion (CW), St Mary’s, Car Colston
6:00pm Harvest Festival Evensong (BCP), St Helen’s, Kneeton
11:00am Harvest Festival (CW), St Augustine’s, Flintham
9:15am Harvest Eucharist (CW) St Peter’s, East Bridgford
11:00am Harvest Festival – Morning Prayer (CW), St Wilfrid’s, Screveton
6:30pm Harvest Festival Evensong (BCP), St Peter’s, East Bridgford
A very successful Lammas Lunch was held on 5th August, hosted by Lorrie McGowan and Ed Hines. A total of £1,465 was raised to continue the upkeep of St Wilfrid’s Church. The Churchwardens would like to thank all those who attended from both sides of the Fosse and surrounding villages.
An additional programme of monthly Parish Lunches is also open to all – click for more information.
David Wakefield died peacefully on 19th July 2018, aged 75.
David served as Priest in Charge at Car Colston (St. Mary) with Screveton (St. Wilfrid) and at Flintham (St. Augustine of Canterbury) from 1999-2008, from where he retired to live in Filey, North Yorkshire. David also supported the parishes of East Bridgford and Kneeton during the interregnum following the retirement of Canon Alan Haydock. David leaves a widow Jenny and grown up children
A memorial service is to be held at St. Wilfrid’s, Screveton on 29th September at 4.00pm, to which all who knew David are welcome.
There is an open invitation to sign up for lunches
which are being held to raise funds for the fabric
St.Wilfrid’s. The programme for the Autumn is:
7th September at 12.30 Victoria Cottage Screveton £10
5th October 12.30 Old Hall Farm Car Colston
2nd November 12.30 Linden Cottage Screveton
7th December Venue to be arranged
For any information about any of the above contact
Elizabeth Bonser 01949 20944 or Mandy Beeby 01949 20123
If you would like to come along, please let Elizabeth Bonser know about a week
in advance if at all possible (t. 01949 20944).
A donation of £5 is suggested unless stated otherwise.
Sunday 22 July 2018
The Flintham Museum Committee invites you to our interpretation of
Flintham’s Peace Day
11.00 am Flintham Church – short Sunday service
11.30 am Commemoration of Flintham residents who fought in the Great War (1914-1918) and those who kept Flintham alive waiting for the men to return.
A Peace banner will be displayed
The Flintham Community Choir will sing two songs.
11.45am Bring your own picnic and drinks to the courtyard at Flintham Hall
courtesy of Sir Robert and Lady Lucy Hildyard.
Picnic tables, rugs, chairs are advisable
The original Peace Day was held 19 July 1919 when a long church service was held followed by a Public Tea and games in the grounds of Flintham Hall
Bluebell Walk in the grounds of Flintham Hall on Saturday, 28th April from 11am to 4pm (last admission is at 3.30pm).
Entrance for adults is £4.50, and there is no charge for children; refreshments will be available at the village hall.
All proceeds will go towards St Augustine’s Church.
The Mile Roses Whisky fireside (and other songs from the road) at St Augustine’s Church, Flintham at 7.30pm on Thursday, 17th May
A fantastic collaboration of three respected solo singer-songwriters, Kate Bramley, Simon Haworth and Edwina Hayes performing contemporary British folk with a nod to Nashville, this is an evening of beautifully written songs from toe-tapping folk rockabilly to haunting ballads; of the road well-travelled, of heartache and of single malts.
For tickets please call 01636 525454.