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John Chilton

01937 590606

jc1935@tiscali.co.uk

The Church of St Joseph and St James Follifoot: there will be no service on Sunday, April 14. church cleaning will be by Anne Townsend and flowers by Anne |Kirk.

Household Waste: collection at Follifoot will be on Monday, April 15.

Follifoot with Plompton Parish Council: will meet on Thursday, April 11 at 8pm in the village hall.

The Annual Parochial Church Meeting: and annual vestry meeting will take place on Monday, April 15 at 7.30pm at All Saints Church, Kirk Deighton. Members of Follifoot Church are asked to make every effort to attend this important meeting which covers: the election of wardens and deputy wardens to serve the churches within the parish; the election of representatives to serve on the parochial church council; the appointment of the sidesmen and independent examiner or auditor; Changes in the electoral roll since the last APCM; a report of the activities of the PCC and the life of the parish generally; receipt of the examined financial reports for the individual churches and the parish for the year ending December 31 2012; receipt of reports on the fabric, goods and ornaments of the church buildings and reports on the proceedings of the deanery synod and other matters of parochial or general church interest. Tea and biscuits will be available at the end of the meeting.

Follifoot School: many parents were welcomed to help to celebrate World Book Day. They shared their favourite books and listened to a variety of stories and poems. Including Watership Down, A Squash and a Squeeze, Green Eggs and Ham and Always Eat Your Bogies (which raised a good giggle). The children also celebrated St Patrick’s Day. Eagle Owls worked in groups to produce large scale St Patrick’s Day posters which were original and creative as the result of considerable careful research. Little Owls wrote poems about green and orange and produced green and orange jelly which they were able to eat. They, also, learned a lot about St Patrick and his life in Ireland