Surgery promotes a healthy lifestyle

Craven Herald: Kathleen Sutton, who is a member of the Dyneley House Patient Participation Group, looks at the smoothie and kebab display

11:27am Friday 24th October 2014

SKIPTON'S Dyneley House Surgery held a successful health and well being day.

Lottery cash to repair Embsay with Eastby church roof

Craven Herald: St Mary's Church, Embsay

5:36am Friday 24th October 2014

VILLAGERS have won funding to repair a church roof and to develop an education resource and bring to light the history of the ancient religious site.

Teenagers waltz to success in UK dance competition

Craven Herald: Ballroom dancing champion Bethany Young who was winner of the UKA Stars and Above championship

5:35am Friday 24th October 2014

TWO Craven dancers have taken top places at the United Kingdom Association ballroom dancing competition, held at the Winter Gardens, Blackpool.

£60,000 revamp for hospital shop

Craven Herald: Artist's impression of the improved shop

4:43am Friday 24th October 2014

THE shop at the main entrance to Airedale Hospital is being given a £60,000 facelift.

Appeal for volunteer bus drivers to run Saturday village routes.

Craven Herald:

6:14am Thursday 23rd October 2014

VOLUNTEER drivers are needed to run a Saturday bus service between Embsay, Carleton and Skipton.

Wild flower and bulb planting session to take place at Keighley Tarn today

Craven Herald: From left, pictured at a Keighley Tarn clean up earlier this year are Dorothy Tennant and councillor Jan Smithies

5:13am Thursday 23rd October 2014

THE Friends of Keighley Tarn group is staging a wild flowers and bulb planting day at the tarn today. (Oct 23)

Craven residents urged to support Christmas shoebox appeal

Craven Herald: Systagenix employees Sandra Mills, Jayne Woodhead, Karen Mitchell, Rebecca Day, Valerie Hickey and Kayleigh Stewart

5:41am Thursday 23rd October 2014

KIND-HEARTED Craven residents are being urged to back this year's Operation Christmas Child appeal.

Pupils recreate World War One trench

Craven Herald: Lucas Bye, Poppy Dobson, Will Greenwood and Lucy Whitehead recreate life in a World War One trench

5:32am Thursday 23rd October 2014

YOUNGSTERS at Beamsley's Boyle and Petyt School have been learning about the Great War.

Steeton Flower Club skills night

Craven Herald:

5:11am Thursday 23rd October 2014

STEETON Flower Club will hold a skills night with the theme, Autumn Landscapes, tonight.

Airedale Hospital's endoscopy and theatres departments opened up to the public

Craven Herald: Alfie Swinton helps his dad Dr Frank Swinton, a consultant anaesthetist, during the open day at Airedale Hospital's operating theatres

5:00am Thursday 23rd October 2014

HUNDREDS of people attended an open day staged to showcase and "demystify" Airedale Hospital's endoscopy and theatre departments.

Music marathon helps fund institute work

Craven Herald: Stephanie Wheelhouse and Hollie Calvert prepare to play at the Cononley Institute Music Marathon

4:58am Thursday 23rd October 2014

MUSIC will raise the roof at Cononley Village Institute on Saturday.

Silsden to host One World coffee morning

4:54am Thursday 23rd October 2014

A 'ONE WORLD' coffee morning takes place in Silsden on Saturday.

£67,000 boost for Steeton play area

Craven Herald: Chairman of Steeton and Eastburn Parish Council David Mullen with the old equipment

4:34am Thursday 23rd October 2014

A STEETON play area is to get a complete overhaul.

Community group celebrates 30 years

Craven Herald: Chief executive Milton Pearson, left, with trustees Nick Clarke, Roy Aldread, Ann Wild, Betty Hawkins, Stephanie Wheelhouse, Lin Barrington, Charlotte Foster and Andy Glen

4:00am Thursday 23rd October 2014

CRAVEN Community and Voluntary Services (CCVS) has just celebrated its 30th anniversary.

WI show is hailed a success

3:59am Thursday 23rd October 2014

THE Ingleborough Women's Institute Group Show has been hailed a great success.

Ermysted's boys double fundraising target.

Craven Herald: Duke of Edinburgh pupils Julian Roche, Roshan Faiz, George Maloney, Matt Jackson, Ben Summersgill, Will Tench, Sam Stow and teacher Gordon Fothergill present a cheque for £2,000 to Martin House Hospice

3:54am Thursday 23rd October 2014

A GROUP of boys from Ermysted's Grammar School, Skipton, doubled their Duke of Edinburgh's Award fundraising target.

Sea cadets hold presentation evening

3:50am Thursday 23rd October 2014

MEMBERS of the Skipton and District Royal Naval Association have been invited to the Sea Cadets' presentation evening next Thursday, October 30.

Soroptimists help to raise £850 for Macmillan Cancer Support

Craven Herald: SKIPTON Soroptimists' past president Valerie Ludlam is pictured centre, with, from left to right, friends Geoff and Sue Arnett and Soroptimist members Diana Chambers, Jill Spensley and Rosalie Holroyd.

3:50am Thursday 23rd October 2014

SKIPTON Soroptimists' past president Valerie Ludlam hosted a coffee morning at her home for the Macmillan Biggest Coffee Morning.

Riders take Pride in annual fundraiser

Craven Herald: Vicky Howarth on mechanical horse Pride.

3:45am Thursday 23rd October 2014

A BARNOLDSWICK-based group that provides riding lessons for disabled riders held its second annual Prideathon fundraiser at the weekend.

School hosts blood donor session

3:41am Thursday 23rd October 2014

A BLOOD donor session will be held in the memorial hall at Ermysted's Grammar School, Skipton, next week.

Singers host wine tasting evening

3:36am Thursday 23rd October 2014

GRASSINGTON Singers will host a wine tasting evening in Grassington Town Hall tomorrow from 8pm.

Stainforth holds autumn fair

3:35am Thursday 23rd October 2014

ONE of the highlights of the Stainforth calendar will take place on Saturday when the autumn fair is staged in the village hall.

Woodland talk

3:29am Thursday 23rd October 2014

KEITH Wilkinson will give a talk entitled The Woodland Trust and Nidd Gorge to Upper Wharfedale Field Society.

Kebab takeaway sponsors junior rugby

3:08am Thursday 23rd October 2014

SKIPTON Rugby Club's mini, junior and girls' section has attracted a new sponsor - local kebab takeaway Lemons.

Neighbourhood News from around Craven

1:24pm Wednesday 22nd October 2014

Neighbourhood News from around Craven

Earby opens new toilet block

Craven Herald: Earby Town Council Chairman Chris Tennant with the newly refurbished  £14,000 toilets

4:21pm Monday 20th October 2014

NEW toilets have opened in Earby.

Storyteller's anti-bullying workshop at Skipton Academy

Craven Herald: Skipton Academy pupils Philip Sabin, Chloe Thompson and Gina Ridler act out a scene from author Adrian Beckingham's anti-bullying novel, The King of the Things

5:46am Sunday 19th October 2014

FULL-time storyteller and author Adrian Beckingham led a workshop at Skipton Academy as part of an anti-bullying literacy project.

Cowling to consider re-opening public toilets

Craven Herald: Cowling Toilets

7:40am Friday 17th October 2014

VILLAGERS are exploring the possibility of reopening public toilets in Cowling.

Earby man's fundraising wins him an award

Craven Herald: Scott Clarkson (left) receives the Shaw-Greening Award from Earby Town Council chairman, Cllr Chris Tennant.

6:24am Friday 17th October 2014

AN Earby man's dedicated fundraising efforts have earned him an award.

Silsden's story of World War One is retold

Craven Herald: Some of the cast from A Path Across the Heather

5:57am Friday 17th October 2014

THE exhibition of Silsden's Story In The Great War, first shown at the town hall in August, will get a second showing in the town during Remembrance weekend.

Neighbourhood news from across Craven

7:40am Thursday 16th October 2014

Neighbourhood news from across Craven

Young Settle Orchestra members to play music in the afternoon

Craven Herald: Junior members of Settle Orchestra

7:58am Sunday 12th October 2014

JUNIOR members of Settle Orchestra will perform a varied programme of music at an afternoon tea concert at Langcliffe Institute next Sunday, October 19.

Community minibus launched in Grassington

Craven Herald: A volunteer helps an elderly passenger

7:12am Saturday 11th October 2014

A NEW community bus service aimed at helping people get out and about has been launched in Grassington.

Grassington pupils' 'cake bake' aids endangered mountain gorillas

Craven Herald: Aisha Shenton, Zoe Knight, Saoirse Kelly and Rebecca Harrison hold a bun sale to raise money for mountain gorillas

6:37am Saturday 11th October 2014

PUPILS at Grassington VC Primary School baked up a storm to help save gorillas in Africa.

Health boss is keen to pick up new skills

Craven Herald: Phil Corrigan, right, with Alison Dunkerley, practice nurse at Leeds Student Medical Practice

4:45am Saturday 11th October 2014

THIRTY-two years to the day after first stepping out as a student nurse, health boss Philomena (Phil) Corrigan went back to her roots.

Neighbourhood news from around Craven

1:42pm Wednesday 8th October 2014

Neighbourhood news from around Craven

Neighbourhood news from around Craven

2:25pm Wednesday 1st October 2014

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Neighbourhood news from around Craven

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Neighbourhood news from around Craven

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3:41pm Wednesday 17th September 2014

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3:07pm Thursday 20th March 2014

Community centre: There will be a whist and dominoes session at the hall next Saturday, March 29, starting at 7.30pm. Everyone is welcome and tea, cakes and sandwiches will be served at half time.

Upper Wharfedale

3:06pm Thursday 20th March 2014

Circuit training: Circuit training classes are being held in Cracoe Village hall on Wednesdays from 6.30pm to 7.15pm. The cost is £5 per person and everyone is welcome. For further details, call 07813 342187. Play interest: Cracoe Village Hall management committee wants to hear from anyone interested in producing a play at Christmas. The chairman, Andrew Armstrong, can be contacted on 730319. Women’s Institute: Rylstone Women’s Institute welcomed speaker Mervyn Flecknoe, a voluntary leader of walks from HF Holidays. He gave an informative, illustrated talk on the organisation, founded by Thomas Leonard in 1913. The next meeting will be an open one in Cracoe Village Hall on Thursday, April 3 when entertainment will be provided by Carole and Malcolm Brown. Mikado performance: The Aireborough Gilbert and Sullivan Society will present The Mikado at St Michael and All Angels’ Church, Linton, on Saturday from 7.30pm. Toddler Group: The Hetton and Rylstone Babes Toddler Group has resumed on Tuesdays during term-time from 10am to noon in the schoolroom at Hetton Methodist Church. Mums, dads, grandmas, granddads and pre-school children are all invited at £1 per family per session. Fashion show: There will be a charity fashion show in aid of the Wharfedale Support Group of Manorlands Hospice at Cracoe Village Hall next Friday, March 28 from 7.15pm. There will be ladieswear, childrenswear and accessories. Tickets cost £5, which includes a glass of wine, and are available from 01756 753139 or 01729 830038. Local history: The Local History meeting, held at Cracoe Village Hall, was very well attended. Peter Robinson from Colne gave a talk with slides on Eshton Hall. He was accompanied by two of his friends, all old boys of the school that operated there in the 1950s and 1960s. The original hall dated back to the 11th century. Its first owners were the De Estons, followed by the Cliffords, the Bindloss family and the Wilsons. The hall was leased to the Wills family of tobacco fame from the mid 1920s to 1939. It was then used as a school and nursing home before being converted into luxury apartments in 2003. Annual meeting: St Michael and All Angels’ Church, Hubberholme, will hold its annual general meeting in Tuesday at 7pm in the Buckden schoolroom. Political supper: MP Julian Smith will be guest speaker at a political supper in Kettlewell Village Hall on Friday, April 4 from 7pm. Tickets cost £15 and are available on from 760886 or 770288. Parish meeting: Arncliffe will hold its annual parish meeting in Amerdale Hall on Wednesday at 7.30pm. Mobile library: The supermobile library van will be in Kettlewell’s national park car park on Wednesday from 2pm to 4pm. Book Club: Cracoe Book Club will meet on Tuesday, April 1 to discuss Kathryn Boo’s book, Behind the Beautiful Flowers. The club meets in Cracoe Village Hall on first Tuesday of the month. For more information, call Debbie on 730345 or email Parish council: David Belk will be in the chair at the next meeting of Kettlewell Parish Council on Wednesday, April 2. It will take place in the village hall from 7pm and will be followed by the local electors’ annual meeting at 8pm.


3:06pm Thursday 20th March 2014

Whist and dominoes: There were 14 tables in play at the recent whist and domino drive. MCs were T Robinson and P Metcalfe. Winners were: whist, ladies – A Bargh, B Peel, P Parrott; gents – J Riley, T Shaw, S Hogg, low M Grainger; dominoes – J Plumbley, F Taylor, H Wolfenden, J Stainton, J Plumbley, G Nowell, low T Taylor; raffle – M Berry, J Plumbley, P Metcalfe, T Pike, A Taylor, H Grainger, A Fox, R Berry, J Taylor, S Hogg. The next drive is Saturday, April 19 at 7.30pm. Hall dance: A dance will be held in the community hall tomorrow at 8pm. Music will be provided with Alan Cookson. Table top sale: A table top sale will be held in the community hall on Sunday from noon to 4pm. Table hire is £5, with tea and biscuits £1. For more information, contact Ann on 01729 840272.


3:05pm Thursday 20th March 2014

Chapel hospitality: Westhouse Chapel’s hospitality event was enjoyed by many. Homemade soup and refreshments were served and a kindly Christian word was spoken by Thomas Fawcett. St Oswald’s: Lent services are being held at St Oswald’s Church each Sunday at 9.30am with visiting speakers exploring the Lord’s Prayer. This Sunday, the speaker will be Dr Michael Clark and on Mothering Sunday, March 30, Grace Metcalfe will give the address. All are welcome at this special service with hospitality and a small gift of flowers. Bible study: Open door Bible study meetings are being held on a Thursday evening for all those who wish to learn more about prayer during Lent. Today’s gathering will be held at Westhouse Village Hall while next Thursday’s venue is the church room in Burton-in-Lonsdale.


3:05pm Thursday 20th March 2014

Ramblers: On Saturday, Sutton Ramblers will meet at 9am in Church Road for a walk at Knotty Ash and Shutt Nook. For further details, call 01535 637055. St Thomas: The services at St Thomas’s Church on Sunday include holy communion at 8.30am and morning prayer at 10.30am. Women’s Institute: Sandra Dixon was the speaker at last week’s meeting of Sutton WI, when she gave an interesting talk on fashion in the 1950s, bringing back many memories for members. A lunch at Craven College is planned for April 3, and there are seats available on an outing to Lincoln planned for May 13. Mike Armstrong will demonstrate bread making at the next meeting on April 14 at 7.15pm in the community centre.


3:04pm Thursday 20th March 2014

Naturalists: David Tomkins, of the RSPB and Bird Life International, gave an illustrated talk entitled Save the Albatros to the Craven Naturalists’ and Scientific Association last Monday. Long line fishing for tuna kills many thousands of albatros each year as the birds, attracted to the baited hooks, are caught and drown as the line sinks. Various methods of prevention are being tried and seem to be having some success. If you buy tinned tuna you can help by looking for tins bearing the MCS (Marine Conservation Society) symbol. The next meeting, on Monday, is the AGM after which there will be an illustrated talk on fracking by Paul Kabrna. It will take place in the Swadford Centre at 7.30pm. Visitors are welcome. For details, contact the secretary on 01535 642180. Camera Club: Chris Parker gave members a varied show, starting with spring flowers in Swaledale, with its barns, followed by a cruise around the Mediterranean. Local scenes were well portrayed both in autumn and winter and close up shots of hoar frost were particularly impressive. Oddfellows: The next open house session will be on Tuesday from 10am to 2pm. Friendship, activities and a light lunch will be available. The next Live Act at the Three Links will be Savannah next Saturday, March 29 from 8pm. Visitors and non-members are welcome at a nominal charge of £2. The club will hold a series of fundraising events during Easter Week in aid of Yorkshire Air Ambulance. The annual general meeting will be held on Saturday, March 29 at 11am. All members are welcome. International Club: The next meeting will be on Tuesday when Eric Mitchell will give a talk on The History of Fairgrounds. The meeting starts at 7.30pm in the Soroptimists Rooms, Otley Street. Visitors are welcome. Retired Men’s Forum: Angela Henson spoke about the volcanoes of Europe, including those of the Azores, Canary Islands and Iceland as well as Vesuvius, Etna and Stromboli in the Mediterranean. Next week, the forum will hold its annual general meeting, which will be followed by lunch at the Craven Heifer when the speaker will be Geoff Queen. History Society: On Thursday Janet Niepokojczycka gave an illustrated talk on Woodlands and Timber Usage. Trees returned after the Ice Age and early humans gradually realised how to make wooden tools for farming or as weapons. Wood has been important throughout history and even Stonehenge was constructed utilising the principles of woodworking joints. Building techniques developed due to the strength and flexibility of timber and there are still many fine examples of early timber frame houses and tithe barns. The extensive burning of coppiced trees to produce charcoal was important for early iron foundries and charcoal burners tended to live on site in small hides. The next meeting is in the Swadford Centre next Thursday, March 27 at 7.30pm when Maureen Stopworth will give a talk entitled Living with Pendle Witches.


3:03pm Thursday 20th March 2014

Fashion show: Aire View Infant School invites you to a fashion show hosted by ‘shop2drop’ next Thursday, March 27 from 7pm at Silsden Sports Club. Tickets are £3 to be purchased in advance from the school. There will be a raffle on the night. Young farmers: Silsden with Skipton Young Farmers meeting enjoyed bowling at the Matrix, Skipton. Next week’s will be beef judging. Jumble sale: The 1st Steeton Guides will hold a jumble sale at St James’ Church Hall on Monday, March 31 from 7.30pm to 9pm, which will also include a toy sale. This is to raise funds for a group working to persuade the Olympic committee to include ice skating in the Paralympic Games. Some of the guides are taking part in the latest competition due to be held in Iceland. Tea and coffee will be available on the night. Drama group: Take One youth drama group meets in the Gloucester Avenue community centre every Wednesday from 5.30pm to 7pm. For more information, contact David Hardman on 01535 657249 or go to the facebook page Silsden Community Productions. Charity event: A charity event is being held at Silsden Sports Club on Saturday, April 12 from 7pm to midnight to raise money for Sue Ryder Manorlands Hospice. it includes Bucks Fizz on arrival, a hot buffet, live music with local band Undercover, disco, auction and raffle. Tickets are £20 and are available from Wilman & Lodge estate agents in Silsden and Cross Hills. For more information, email or phone 01535 654211. Ladies Circle: The Ladies Circle March meeting started with the AGM followed by a treasure hunt organised by Brenda Robb. At the AGM, the joint committee of four, who took over at last year and planned such an interesting and varied programme, agreed to carry on in office. Joyce Ellison also agreed to remain as treasurer. Monies to be shared between various charities and church funds will be decided after the final meeting of the spring term. This will be a spring fashion show by Kathryn of Otley on Tuesday, April 1. Models will be wearing a range of clothes to suit all age groups. The event will take place in Silsden Methodist Church at 7.30pm at Silsden Methodist Church. Tickets are £3 including refreshments and are available at Twiggs newsagents, Circle members or at the door. Local history: The story of the Bradford Pals – which included several Silsden men – will be discussed by author David Raw, when he visits Silsden Local History Group on Monday evening. Mr Raw, who was chief researcher on a Granada documentary about the Pals, will also bring along photographs, including scenes from the Pals’ training camp at Skipton in the early years of the war. The meeting, open to all, will be held at the Methodist Church, with doors open at 7pm for a 7.20pm start. The following afternoon, the group is hosting a drop-in session at the town hall between 2pm-4pm for those interested in furthering their research into family or local history. Chairman David Mason also plans to have a set of old maps of Silsden available for perusal. Library diary: A diary has been placed in Silsden Library for organisations to record the dates of any special events they are running. This is particularly relevant to coffee mornings, in order to avoid a number of them being held on the same day. Just ask at the library desk and you will be given the diary to check dates and make your own entry. Proms concert: The Proms on the Farm team proudly present Inn Jeopardy with Country & Western and Folk music from the 60s, 70s and 80s at Silsden Golf Club from 7.30pm on Saturday, April 19. Admission is £6 and proceeds will be split between Silsden Methodist Church and Sue Ryder Manorlands Hospice. Tickets are available from Twiggs newsagents on Kirkgate, Silsden. Please note the change of date for this event. The organisers advise that anyone who has already bought a ticket for the previous date of March 7 can use their tickets on April 19 or present them at Twiggs for a full refund.


3:02pm Thursday 20th March 2014

Victoria Hall: Tomorrow, there will be ska/reggae music from North Eastern group Pikey Beatz while RAMjam and Dales Jam return on Saturday with more than 40 musicians taking to the stage. Next Thursday, March 27, traditional Scottish band Mànran will perform. One of Scotland’s best loved live-acts, they blend  traditional instrumentation (fiddle, accordion, flute, uilleann pipes and highland bagpipes) with a tight, grooving backline (drums, bass and guitar. The month concludes with a comedy special featuring the improvisation show, They Came With Outer Script, next Saturday, March 29, and a family matinee of Le Tour Des Animaux, based on Saint-Saens’ Carnival of the Animals, the following afternoon. Tickets are available from 01729 825718 Guided walk: The Friends of Settle to Carlisle have arranged a guided walk on Saturday from Dent Station to Dent village via the Dales Way. The seven-mile walk is suitable for families but not suitable for buggies and pushchairs. Those taking part should meet at Dent Station at 12.15pm and bring a packed lunch and a drink. There will a minibus leaving Dent village in time to catch the 17.32 train. To reserve a seat on the minibus, contact 07754 993483. Settle Orchestra: The orchestra will perform at the Richard Whiteley Theatre, Giggleswick School, on Saturday at 7.30pm. The programme will be repeated next Saturday, March 29, at Christ Church, Skipton, also at 7.30pm. The programme includes works by Weber, Schumann, Grieg and Tomlinson. Tickets are available from orchestra members or from Cave and Crag in Settle, High Bentham Post Office, Settle Music or 01729 825806. Folk Club: The Three Peaks Folk Club will meet on Saturday at Settle Social Club when the guest will be Nick Brooker. Admission is £6 on the door. Floor singers and support acts welcome. Strollers: North Craven Strollers will enjoy a walk at Halton Gill on Wednesday. Meet at 1.30pm from the Millennium Garden – near Booths car park – to share cars. For more information, contact 01729 824537. Film night: Tramps will show the film, Wadjda, at Victoria Hall on Wednesday at 7.45pm. Tickets cost £5. The film is set in Riyadh and is the story of a ten-year-old girl who longs to own a bicycle, like her friend Abdullah. Through the story of the girl and her bicycle, the film examines the larger issues of the role of women in Saudi society. Gardening Club: Settle and District Gardening Club will meet at Townhead Court on Wednesday at 2pm to hear an illustrated talk by Chris Taylor on the Gardens of Hong Kong. Non-members are welcome for a £3 admission fee. Women’s Institute: The Lunch Club will meet next Thursday, March 27, to catch the 11.30am bus to Craven College, Skipton. The next meeting will be the 25th birthday party on Wednesday, April 2. This meeting will start at 12.30pm and will include a buffet lunch, followed by a speaker. On Wednesday, June 4 there will be a Bring a Friend for Free meeting. There will be a hearty welcome and no charge for visitors and friends. The speaker will be Stephen Watson on The Art of Origami. Flowerpot Festival: There will be an informal drop-in event at The Folly next Thursday, March 27 between 3pm and 8pm to allow members of the public and representatives of local businesses to meet members of the Flowerpot Festival Team and to find out how you can take part in the festival. This will provide an opportunity to watch a demonstration on how to make a Flowerpot Person as well as to share ideas and be inspired.  Further inspiration can be found at It promises to be a great community event. Grand draw: Settle Golf Club is holding a grand draw, with the winner to be drawn at 4pm next Sunday, March 30. Tickets cost £10 and the prize is a year’s free membership of Settle Golf Club.  To purchase tickets, contact 01729 825340 Kwezana link: This week, the link between Settle and Kwezana Primary School has seen pupils exchanging views about school activities. Pupils in Kwezana have been starting to prepare for end-of-term exams while year five pupils in Settle have been out and about exploring the local hills and caves. In both schools, pupils have been learning about basic first aid and while treatment for nose bleeds and bruises were common to both, pupils in Kwezana also learnt what to do in the event of a bite by a venomous snake.


3:02pm Thursday 20th March 2014

Ladies Sunday: Ladies of the congregation of Salem Congregational Chapel, Martin Top took total responsibility for the service last Sunday. It was led by Susan Tattersall, with Margaret Kenyon leading the prayers, Kathleen Scott receiving the offerings and Sandra Lund reading Psalm 139. Edith Isaacs read a passage from Luke and spoke of the value of remembering and keeping spiritual festivals. Following the service, the men of the congregation served refreshments and warm fellowship was shared by all.

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