Golden Plover Fashion Show: members from the local Women’s Institutes, Bardsey, East Keswick, Roundhay, Scarcroft and Wetherby had the opportunity of purchasing autumn and winter clothes in East Keswick Village Hall recently. Fellow members strutted their stuff and showed off the fashionable outfits, which were reasonably priced. A good selection of bags and accessories were also on offer and ladies had a good shop after the show. The next Golden Plover event will be the carol service, which takes place in All Hallows in Bardsey on Monday, December 17 at 7.30pm.
St. Gemma’s: Sue, Stephanie and helpers gave a warm welcome to a good number of supporters at their Rosy Lea Vintage Tea pop up cafe recently. The choice of cakes, scones and sandwiches was tremendous all served on china plates, which added a touch of class. All money raised was taken to St. Gemmas and will go towards their excellent work. Sue and Steph are available for all your tea adventures from morning coffee to afternoon tea. Just ring 07940 149177 for more information.
All Hallows: The Patronal Festival takes place on Sunday at 10.30am. Everyone in the parish is invited including the congregations of St. Mary Magdalene and the Methodist Church in East Keswick. Following the communion service in All Hallows there will be a sit down two course meal with wine and soft drinks in Bardsey Village Hall. It is informal in that you sit with whomever you choose. Families with children are especially welcome.
Bardsey Debating & Literary Society: A light hearted review of the years 1945 – 1964 will take place on Tuesday in the Callister Hall at 7.30pm. Mr DW Davies, an experienced university lecturer and public speaker, presents this review, accompanied by substantial use of high quality visual material, which will jog some memories and raise a smile or two. Visitors are always welcome to any of the society’s meetings. For more information contact Alan Pease on 01937 573669.
Diary Dates: for Saturday, November 17 – A coffee morning will be held in aid of PHAB from 10am-noon in Bardsey Village Hall. Admission is only £1, which will include coffee and biscuits. Donations of baking, goods or raffle prizes would be much appreciated. Please contact Ann Hart, Secretary on 01937 573722 for more information.
Sound of Music: Also on November 17 in the evening in the village hall a cinema night will be held when everyone is asked to dress in a character or come as one of Maria’s favourite things. This promises to be a fun evening with lots of singing. Tickets are £8 adults and £4 children or £22 for a family ticket and this will include hot dog and pizza. Bar available. All proceeds for Bardsey Village Hall Development Fund. Tickets from Rosie on 572652 or Susan on 574116.