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Hellifield Community News
3:49pm Thursday 19th September 2013 in News
Women’s Institute: Hellifield WI will meet in the institute tonight at 7pm and the topic is Volunteer Tourism. New members are welcome. For information, contact Margaret Smith on 01729 851860. Harvest supper: The four Methodist/Anglican churches of Hellifield and Long Preston are holding a harvest supper at Long Preston Village Hall on Saturday from 7pm. For information, contact Margaret Smith on 01729 851860 or Sheila Swinbank on 01729 850458. All are welcome, but vegetarian options must be booked in advance. Donations are invited to Water Aid.
Age Concern: Age Concern meets in Hellifield House tomorrow from 10am. Guest speaker Steve Hutton will give a talk and presentation entitled What Artists Do.
Allotments meeting: Two members of North Craven Flower Club will give a talk to Hellifield Area Allotment and Gardens Association on what gardeners could grow as material for flower arrangers. The meeting takes place in the Yorke Room at Hellifield Institute on Monday at 7.30pm. Following a break for refreshments, the association will hold its annual general meeting, with the chance to put forward ideas for future events and join the committee. The association is looking for more committee members and in particular someone to fill the post of secretary and a person to co-ordinate activities. The subscriptions are £4 or £6 for a couple at the same address. For further information, contact the chairman on 01729 850886 or email email@example.com.
Flower club: North Craven Flower Club welcomed Anne Codd, from Ponteland, to its September meeting. She gave a demonstration called Rejuvenation, which was reflected in the way she used containers and floral material to bring to life her arrangements. The next meeting on Thursday, October 10, will be a demonstration by Jean McClure. An open meeting will be held at Victoria Hall, Settle, on November 14 when the demonstrator will be Sue Maddocks. Admission is by ticket only and these are available from Jennifer Perry on 01282 842467.