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Parwich Magazine

There is no paper version of the Parish Magazine this month, but can be viewed online at http://peakfive.org/

Martin C

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Bradbourne Events Cancelled

The Live and Local event at Bradbourne on 4 April has been cancelled as have church services. The church is open as usual for individuals to call in.

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A Great Effort in the Church Yard.

Thanks to the suggestion  by Lynette Coyne the Community Team of some 10 boys came last Sunday to clear and repair the church paths , they were here for 5 hours and I was with them for 3 hours and their performance under the guidance of Mel and two other guys was  outstanding. They are returning again another day later in the summer maybe for further maintenance work. Stuart C.

 

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Church Services Cancelled

All church services have been suspended until further notice, but the churches will remain open for private prayer and reflection.

Martin C

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Thank You Christine

Christine Williams, our faithful church organist, is moving from Brassington
to North Wales at the end of the month. Today in church we thanked her for
25 years of service, and gave her a cheque towards her purchase of a tenor
saxophone. Christine has not only played the organ but also assembled and
directed choirs for our special services. Happy moving!

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Diary Updates

We will be updating the Parwich.org Diary page by the middle of this next week, so if you have any Alsop, Ballidon, Parwich or Pikehall events (March, April) that you want to go in the Diary in time to be included in the Peak Five Church Magazine’s March issue please send them in by Tuesday (25th February).

Including our Diary in the Church magazine is important as it helps you reach those who are not on-line, as well as those in some of the neighbouring parishes.

Please send Diary information to parwich@hotmail.co.uk

Thanks

Steve

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Alsop Church Cakes?

Hi, I am planning bank holiday Monday walks for my walking group and wondered what Alsop Church were planning on Mayday? for tea and cakes, may possibly be moved to the Friday 8th, I imagine,

The change of date seems to be the best kept secret of 2020.
Jill L

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