St Edward’s Roman Catholic Church services: Saturday, September 1 - 6pm Vigil Mass, Sunday September 2 - 10am, Monday September 3 to Friday September 7 - 9.30am (10am on Thursday).
Clifford Methodist Church service: on Sunday, September 2 at 10.30am. Open house Coffee Morning in the Methodist school room on Tuesday September 4, from 10–11.30am. All welcome. Meanwhile, the church now has its own website, which is worth visiting at http://www.cliffordmc.org.uk.
St Luke’s Church service: Holy Communion service on Sunday September 2 at 3.30pm.
Clifford Village Show: this year’s show will take place on Saturday September 8 in the village hall, at 2pm. The Village Hall Supporters Group are planning for the event to be as successful as last year’s. The entry categories this year are; fruit and vegetables, flowers, floral art, photography, arts and handicrafts, and produce. Separate classes for children and teenagers and there is still time to take part. Programmes and entry forms are available from Douglas Yeadon’s in Boston Spa, or from Jane on 01937 842383. Those not wishing to enter are encouraged to come and look at the diverse and exciting exhibits. There will also be refreshments, a cake stall, and a plant stall.
Windmill Hill Soap Box Derby: this exciting event – the first of its kind in the local area, will take place on Saturday September 15, at Windmill Road, Bramham. There will be two races: a junior race starting at 11am, and an adult race, which is due to begin at 1pm. Refreshments and further entertainment will also be provided. Although the official entry deadline has passed, a few places may still be available for those wishing to take part. Further details and an entry form are available at the website www.skid-marks.co.uk. Prizes will be given for the fastest soap box, the best engineered soap box, and the most recycled soap box. The entrance fee to watch this historic occasion will be £3 for adults, and free for under 16s. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. The money raised will go to the Clifford AFC Development Fund.
Clifford Yorkshire Countrywomen’s Association: a talk will take place on Wednesday, September 12, in the village hall, at 7.30pm. The subject is Anne Lister of Shibden Hall, and the speaker is Mrs Pat Osborne. There will also be tea, biscuits and a raffle.
Clifford Drama Group: the group’s next production is Trivial Pursuits by Frank Vickery, to be staged on October 25-27. The play is a comedy set at a barbecue of the local operatic society. A cast of ten players combines new and experienced actors. The box office is now open and tickets can be booked by telephoning Andrea Seed on 01937 845981. Due to popularity, early booking is advised to avoid disappointment.
Live Music at the Albion: bands from throughout the country will be performing live at the Albion throughout the year, normally on a Saturday evening. Meanwhile, folk evenings take place once a month on a Wednesday. The next folk evening will take place on Wednesday September 12. For any further information on this, and other music played at The Albion, please call 01937 918554.
Clifford AFC: bingo is now a regular event, normally on the second Tuesday of every month, starting at 7.30pm. Entrance fee of £3 includes raffle ticket. The next bingo is in September.
News: anyone who has any news from Clifford, please contact me on the above details.
Good Companions: they meet alternate Tuesdays in the Callister Hall from 2-4pm. Some of them play Whist or Dominoes and others enjoy lively conversation. They start with a glass of sherry or fruit juice and later enjoy afternoon tea. They are all young at heart and welcome new members, pop in and give us a try! Many thanks to all their helpers and drivers who give lifts to those unable to make their own way. The dates for September are the 4th and the 18th. See you in the Callister Hall - Gill Thackeray 0113 2892264
News from All Hallows: the usual services have continued throughout the summer with cover from the Revd Richard Wiggen when Rev Chris was on holiday. A new initiative has been started following the 8.00am Communion Service with tea or coffee and home made biscuits. This has proved quite popular and give the congregation an opportunity to have a chat. Also the Parish Secretary, Elizabeth Otty is sharing her knowledge on the pew sheet, of the writers of a hymn which is sung at the 10.30am service. It is really very interesting and much appreciated.
Annual Show on Saturday: this is the 68th time Bardsey Horticultural Society has organised this super village activity and it is sure to be as interesting and entertaining as ever to everyone. It opens at 2pm when the many entries will be on view. At 3pm an outdoor magic show for the children will be held and at 4.15pm a sale of produce. All afternoon refreshments will be available in the Callister Hall. Admission is a mere 50p for adults and 25p for school children. See you there!
Donkey Sanctuary Summer Fair: unfortunately it was decided to cancel this event in July due to the soggy conditions and difficult parking. Hopefully the weather will be good on Saturday when once again a super day has been organised. There will be the opportunity to meet the donkeys, cart rides, fun dog show, RAF Cadets 2388 Squadron, martial arts demo, trade stands and much more. It starts at 11am and continues until 4pm. The Sanctuary is situated on Swan Lane, Off Blackhill Lane, at Eccup.
Bardsey & East Keswick Walking Group: on Sunday this group will meet at Bardsey Village Hall at 10am to make up cars to drive to Ilkley. The intended walk is about 5 miles and will take in Addingham. Bring whatever refreshments you require and everyone very welcome.
BARWICK AND SCHOLES
Scholes coffee morning: in view of the good cause being supported, members of Scholes Methodist Chapel believe many people will wish to attend their monthly charity coffee morning on Saturday, September 1, from 10am at the Methodist Schoolroom. All proceeds will be donated to Scholes Community Care, the volunteers’ group led by Maurice Walker which provides a range of valued services to the village’s older residents.
Horticultural Show: despite the many challenges the great British weather has given the nation’s gardeners this year, strong competition in all growing classes is expected at Barwick-in-Elmet Horticultural Society’s 47th annual show on Saturday. In addition to flowers, fruit and vegetables the judges will also appraise entries demonstrating skills in arts and crafts, home cookery and photography. A children’s competition to create a Garden in a Seed Tray will also be completed. Doors to Barwick Village Hall open at 2pm and entries will be accepted during Saturday morning. Further information can be obtained from the show secretary, Geoff Thornton, tel. (0113) 281-2171.
Village Ladies:‘My Year in Italy’ will be described by guest speaker Maggie Poppa at Monday’s meeting of Barwick Village Ladies. This will be held at the village hall at 7.30pm, with admission costing £2.50. Ciao!
Parish Council: following the August break, Barwick and Scholes Parish Council will have a very full agenda for its next meeting, to be held on Monday, September 3, at Barwick Methodist Schoolroom. As usual the parish forum will begin at 7.15pm, giving villagers an opportunity to raise with councillors issues of local concern. The council meeting will follow at 7.30pm; members of the public are entitled to attend, though not to take part in the council’s discussions. Progress being made with producing a draft Neighbourhood Development Plan for the parish is certain to be a hot topic. There will also be an update on the Village Design Statement, which will form a key part of the Plan.
Heritage open days: members of Barwick-in-Elmet Historical Society will conduct tours of the village’s Iron Age earthworks, which are more than 2,000 years old, as part of the National Heritage Open Days programme. The free tours will take place on Friday and Saturday, September 7 and 8, between 11am and 4pm. In a change from previous years they will start from All Saints’ Church, which will also be open to visitors from 10am on the same days. The new tour will offer entry to parts of the earthworks not normally open to the public. Two tour options will be available: a full tour involving climbing stiles and steep steps, for which stout footwear is recommended, or a shorter, easier terrain tour for those who prefer it. “Many visitors are surprised on their first visit to find such a large fort hidden in the midst of a built-up village,” says Harold Smith, a member of the Historical Society. He added: “Most people only know the Mound in Hall Tower Field; it is the youngest and only a small part of the whole earthworks.”
Campaigner returns: Scholes resident George Hall, a forthright campaigner for the village and local planning expert, has rejoined the Scholes steering group drafting a Neighbourhood Development Plan for the parish. He recently resigned following disagreements between Scholes and Barwick residents who joined parish councillors on the group. Mr Hall was encouraged to reconsider his decision by the Parish Council and by more than 120 people who attended the recent public meeting called by the Save Our Scholes lobby group. At a later stage the Barwick and Scholes sections will be brought together and put forward for approval by Leeds City Council. Mr Hall told the Wetherby News the Scholes steering group aims to make as much progress as possible before the end of the year “so that we can influence any planning policy or site allocation decisions the Local Planning Authority are minded to make.” Local people needed to accept that some development is envisaged for the parish, he said, though its scale would be a matter of debate as would its location, “which must be socially acceptable and sustainable in access, drainage and environmental terms.” He added: “Providing we have a constructive input from everyone who has an interest in developing the plan, for which one of the prime objectives is to maintain or enhance the quality of life for all who live or work in the parish, we will succeed in achieving the benefits of localism.”
Critics ‘totally wrong’: the effectiveness of the Parish Council’s communication with local residents was a key topic discussed at the Save Our Scholes meeting. Responding to criticism that insufficient information had been given to villagers about huge housing developments planned for the parish, Coun Ben Hogan, who chairs the parish council, said public consultation meetings had been held in both Barwick and Scholes. One of these, held at St Philip’s Church, Scholes, was very well attended while a second meeting in Barwick was, he acknowledged, very poorly attended. He pointed out that the parish council produces a regular newsletter which is delivered to every household in the parish. This is complemented by updates to the parish website: www.barwickandscholespc.com Coun Geoff Yapp, who leads on planning issues, told the meeting it was “totally wrong” to suggest that insufficient information is provided to parishioners. He reminded villagers that all communication costs must be met from parish funds. “It’s your money we are spending,” he said, adding that a summary of parish council discussions and decisions is always displayed on parish notice boards. These can be found outside Barwick Post Office and Scholes Library. In addition, most parish council and public meetings are attended by your correspondent and a report published in the Wetherby News.
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Baby and Toddler Reflexology Workshops: new Baby and Toddler Reflexology Workshops are being run at Boston Spa Children痴 Centre on Tues September 4, 11, 18 from 1.30-2.30pm. The course of three workshops, run by local mum Jill Reid Green, shows parents/carers techniques that may help with bonding, relaxation, sleeping, colic, reflux, teething and constipation. For more information or details of alternative dates please contact Jill on 07977 000442 (www.greenreflexology.co.uk).
Boston Spa Women’s Institute: the next meeting will be held on Wednesday September 5 at 7.30pm at Boston Spa Village Hall. Come and join our fun group soon to celebrate our first anniversary.
Jazz in the Spa: the session this Saturday September 1 in the Boston Spa Village Hall - Jeff Barnhart Mystical Midlanders the Autumn season starts with a veritable explosion rather than just a bang! Our larger than life pianist extraordinaire from the USA with his specially selected group of the UK痴 finest George Huxley, Gordon Whitworth, Richard Leach, Brian Mellor, Jim Swinnerton and Graham Smith. N.B. £10. Further info ring Les 01937 842636 Days Inn, Wetherby Services/B&CB x 2｣£49. 01937 547557 ask for Jazz Rate. Please RECYCLE your BOTTLES and CANS where possible –thank you.
Boston Spa Methodist Church: the services for this Sunday September 2 - 10.30am Fellowship Service, 3pm Churches Together - Outdoor Service at St. John痴 School, Clifford. All who love the Lord are welcome to join us at any of our services and events, and for refreshments afterwards in the Wesley Room.
King’s Church: meet every Sunday at 11am and 6.30pm at the Deepdale Community Centre to include Sunday School for singing, quizzes and bible stories and lots of fun. Contact Pastor Stephen Thompson 01937 541688 for further information. www.the-kings-church.org
Forthtell invites you to a lecture and discussion on issues of the day. The next session is titled Revelation One by Joan Aspin at the Boston Spa village hall. There is no charge and there will be light refreshments and free literature. Forthell is an independent fellowship, not connected to any one church or organisation, seeking to pursue Bible truth, determine the Christian position on issues of the day, and at this time defend the sovereignty of the UK from the inroads of European Union and its euro. For further information please contact Sally Coulby on 01937 845027
Boston Spa Neighbourhood Watch: Parkfield Drive Boston Spa - Between August 3 and 7 offenders unscrew and remove hinges from shed door gaining entry to shed in rear garden of private house. A ‘Kona’ pedal cycle was stolen. The offenders made off unseen. PLEASE ENSURE THE HINGES OF SHEDS AND GARAGES CANNOT BE REMOVED THIS WAY. ONE WAY SCREWS OR COACH BOLTS SHOULD BE USED. Champagne Whinn Walton - overnight August 9/10 two properties on the Industrial Estate were broken into property including electrical cable and tools were stolen. High Street Boston Spa - at 10.40pm August 11 offenders throw object at window of Vicarage causing damage. No one was seen at the time. If you have any information regarding any of the above crime can you please contact WETHERBY Police Station on 101 or CRIMESTOPPERS 0800 555111. Non Emergency also (101) Please report suspicious incidents, persons or vehicles in your area to the above numbers, or to PC Dave Muscroft Crime Reduction Officer at Garforth Police Station on 0113 2413639. email@example.com Information from Neighbourhood Watch is vital to the prevention and detection of crime in the area. Please help us and continue to support Neighbourhood Watch.
Clifford Village Show: on Saturday September 8 in Clifford Village Hall at 2.00pm and the Village Hall Supporters group are planning for it to be as successful as last year. The entry categories are as last year; fruit and vegetables, flowers, floral art, photography, art and handicrafts, produce, and separate classes for children and teenagers. There is still time to take part. Programmes and entry forms are available from Douglas Yeadon in Boston Spa or telephone Jane on 842383. Even if you don’t want to make an entry come along for an interesting afternoon out and look at all the exhibits. There will be refreshments and a plant stall and a cake stall and ‘Pottery By Jane’.
If you have any events or notices you would like to have included in our Boston Spa village voices please just contact me on the above number or email.
0113 289 2650
Scarcroft Ladies Luncheon Club: following the lunch laid on by Mary Fowler, the speaker, Charlotte Stone was introduced with a very local talk on ‘Sue Ryder - her Life Motivation and Work’. Sue Ryder was born at Scarcroft Grange, one of nine children. The Ryder family were very much involved with Scarcroft village life. She went to boarding school at the age of nine. When turned fifteen, she lied about her age and went to work in Poland which was a very dangerous place. Later marrying a Polish serviceman, Sue disbanded after the war. In 1945 she travelled to Germany and France, sleeping in stables, helping with medical situations wherever she could, and visiting prisoners in France and Germany. Sue helped the boys get back on their feet at St Christopher, in Germany. In 1953 she returned home, now aged 30. Her mother gave over the family house to be the first home in Suffolk. They had 40 disabled people and were called the Leonard Cheshire Foundations. In 1959 Sue married and had two children, a boy and a girl. She travelled many miles a year to lots of homes in the UK often taking her own lunch. Public speaking at events raised donations for the homes. In 1978 Sue became a Life Peer, Lady Ryder, sitting in the House of Lords. During her life time she meet the Pope, the Queen and most of the Royal Family and appeared on ‘This is Your Life’. She died in 2000 aged 75 and is buried in Bardsey churchyard. There are now many Sue Ryder shops supporting Wheatfields and other establishments. Scarcroft Grange was Sue Ryder’s home, now flats, alongside the A58. A Blue Plaque on the entrance post commemorates her life.
Scarcroft Village Hall: although the future of the village hall still remains much in doubt due to nobody, so far, coming forward to make up a Management Committee, pre-planned inside and out decoration work is currently being carried out but bookings requests for 2013 are now being turned down. Also a drainage pipe has been installed to get water away from the back end of the hall in heavy weather when water runs out of the adjoining banking. Whatever the future or fate of the Village Hall may be, fresh faces, sale, demolition or housing? at least it will look smart and debt free.
Scarcroft Show Society: worries about unavailability of members, meaning that the Annual Flower Show may have had to be cancelled seem to have been alleviated. Secretary, Susan Wilson has gone to great lengths to persuade extra help to make up the numbers required, Many thanks to all who have come along to help. The Show is on Saturday September 9 at the Village Hall. Please get your entries ready and or visit the show. Full details and schedules available from the Secretary Susan Wilson. 0113 28924789 or the New Inn. This is the 35th show continuous since 1977, always a spectacular event. A great shame if it has to fold, particualy when one considers the effort of those no longer with us.
Eric T Thornton: we sadly have to report the passing of Eric Thornton at Donnisthorpe Hall, aged 91, who for many years lived on Thorner Lane with his wife Joan, who, after a number of years illness died 3 years ago. Eric and Joan were very much involved with many aspects of village life, in particular the forming of the Scarcroft Show Society, following the Silver Jubilee Celebrations in 1977. In the RAF during the war, he worked in the fuel oil industry, supplying domestic and the farming community. Also a part time Estate Agent. Eric leaves two children, Gregory, Debbie and grandchildren.
Tockwith Church Services: Sunday, September 2 no service at Tockwith. There is a 10am Benefice Service at St John’s Church, Healaugh.
Tockwith Tennis Club: The courts are available to members from dawn till dusk. The club wants to encourage people to play and enjoy tennis and, for those who feel like becoming competitive, start a team and enter a league. The club is now affiliated to Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) British Tennis and has a very successful junior team who remain unbeaten so far this season. Membership fees are family - £95, couple - £75, single - £ 55, junior - £20, student - call to discuss. Your membership fee entitles you to free registration with the LTA which means you can get a tennis rating should you want to play against other players of a similar playing ability. To find out more about the club and for full fee details, talk to Cliff Lake on 01423 358961.
Tockwith with Wilstrop Parish Council: The parish council meetings are held on the third Wednesday of the month. Meetings are not normally held in August or December. Members of the public are welcome to attend these meetings which start at 7.30pm in Tockwith Church. You can see minutes of previous parish council meetings at www.tockwithpc.org.uk
All Saints Church Spofforh: the service on Sunday September 2 will be a family service at 10.30am.
Kerbside Recycling: at Spofforth will be on Friday August 31. Put out the brown wheelie bin; blue bag and two black bins.
Church Heritage Open Days: during the National Heritage weekend, Kirk Deighton Church will be open to visitors on Sunday September 9 from 12noon-5.00pm. The parish registers, which are held in the church, will be available for viewing. Refreshments will be available, including cream teas. Follifoot Church will be open to visitors from 10am-4pm on Saturday September 8 and Spofforth Church from 12noon-4pm on Sunday September 9. The order of churches will be rotated according to which catchment areas are most appropriate.
Spofforth School: had a very busy time at the end of the summer term. The Reception and Nursery Classes visited Newby Hall looking at outdoor art and enjoying the grounds. The whole of Key Stage Two went to a Hindu temple and Bombay stores as part of their RE work. Key Stage One completed their work on traditional tales, dressing up as their favourite traditional characters, making their own gingerbread and sharing their own versions of their favourite traditional tales. Children of Class Four performed in Bugsy Malone. They made the backdrop, props and costumes and put on three excellent performances. The year ended with a farewell to leavers with a service and balloon release. New term starts on Tuesday September 4.
Tad Jive: tomorrow evening, Friday August 31 there will be another Tad Jive freestyle session in the Riley Smith Hall from 8pm until midnight. As well as dancing to music provided by DJ Gary B, the licenced bar will also be open. No need to book, simply pay on the door. Tad Jive takes place on the last Friday of each month.
Chatterbox: on Friday August 31 there will be another Chatterbox afternoon in the Kelcbar Community Centre starting at 2pm. The regular Wednesday Bingo has eyes down at 7.30pm
Questions of Faith: a short, sharp series of five studies, with the aim of enriching our faith experience begin on Tuesday September 4 in the home of Peter and Fay Hodgeson at 1 Sedge Rise starting at 7.30pm and will continue every Tuesday until October 2. To find out more contact Tim Lee on 01937 530415 or Peter and Fay Hodgeson on 01937 832604.
Wednesday Group: Peter Bradshow from Tadcaster Archives will be the speaker at the meeting of the Wednesday Group of Tadcaster Methodist Church when they meet in the chapel’s coffee lounge at 7.30pm on Wednesday September 3. The group, for ladies of all ages meet on the first and third Wednesday of each month at 7.30pm.
Give Blood: there is to be a Blood Donor session in the Riley Smith Hall on Wednesday September 4 with sessions from 2-4pm and 5-7.30pm.
News and events: If you have any news and events to be published in future bulletins, please telephone or email me at the above contact details at least 8 days before the event.
0113 266 3883
Shadwell Flower and Vegetable Show: the 65th Annual Flower and Vegetable Show took place on Saturday, August 18 on the Shadwell Primary School Playing fields. The weather was glorious this year with wall to wall sunshine.
However this did not encourage the visitors, numbers at the gate were greatly reduced perhaps it is a reflection on the many events which have already taken place this year. Shadwell has had the Mayfest and the Diamond Jubilee which were both well attended and than the Olympic Games kept people glued to their televisions so maybe everyone has now gone on holiday. Entries were also down by about 200 on last year’s but this is probably the bad weather which has meant that gardeners have had a hard time to get produce to show standards. The gardener and radio presenter Joe Maiden had some entries in this year and he managed to take a few prices. Produce and handicraft classes in the YCA tent were very good.
The children’s handwriting class was once again well supported by the children of Johannesburg, South Africa. They had sent over 80 entries and they had beautiful handwriting which puts a lot of our children to shame. The YCA also had a presentation and exhibition on the work of the YCA and it was encouraging how many ladies showed an interest.
The West Riding Chairman came to man the display and was able to answer questions and encourage visitors to attend a meeting of their local YCA. The Show was opened by Martin Walker and he presented the prizes at the end of the show.
The Chris White Jazz trio entertained the visitors during the afternoon and the Children’s entertainer kept the children amused.
On the Sunday morning after the show there was a Church service held in the marquee, this was a joint service with the Methodist church and St Paul’s Church, there were over 100 people at the service. Sadly the Salvation Army band had been unable to attend at the last minute, however, the Methodist church organist stepped in and played the music for the hymns. After the service coffee was served in the Village Hall courtesy of the ladies of St. Paul’s and people were able to get together for a chat.
Village Hall: things have been a bit quiet throughout the summer but now the children are getting ready to go back to school the classes etc are starting up again. The Craft afternoon will be starting back on Monday, September 3 at 2pm in the village hall. The ladies have been busy knitting (and nattering) the squares for the Gambia blanket. Some of the squares were entered into the Flower Show and two of our ladies got first and second prizes so it is a very special blanket this year. It is intended to sew all the donated squares into a blanket at the craft afternoon so the ladies will be busy.
This will be the third blanket the Shadwell knitters have made for the Gambia and last year there were enough squares to make a small blanket for a child as well. The blankets are taken to the Gambia by Liz and David Hutton when they visit the School which they help to support. Village Hall Quiz: the new season of quizzes starts on Friday, September 28 7.30pm in the village hall. Entrance is £4 and teams of six are welcome. The entrance fee includes a light supper. Come and have a fun evening in the village hall if you haven’t got a team of six come anyway and join one of the other groups.
Clubs & societies
East Keswick Flower Club
On Thursday, September 20 we welcome Catherine Gledhill when the title of her flower demonstration will be ‘A Sumptuous September’ and non-flower club members are very welcome to come along and join us for the afternoon. We meet in East Keswick Village Hall at 1.30pm, £3 to include tea/coffee and biscuits.
SCARCROFT LADIES LUNCHEON CLUB
Following the lunch laid on by Mary Fowler, the speaker Miss Charlotte Stone was introduced with a very local talk on ‘Sue Ryder - her Life Motivation and Work’. Sue Ryder was born at Scarcroft Grange, one of nine children. The Ryder family were very much involved with Scarcroft village life. She went to boarding school at the age of 9. When turned fifteen, she lied about her age and went to work in Poland which was a very dangerous place. Later marrying a Polish serviceman, Sue disbanded after the war. In 1945 she travelled to Germany and France, sleeping in stables, helping with medical situations wherever she could, and visiting prisoners in France and Germany. Sue helped the boys get back on their feet at St Christopher, in Germany. In 1953 she returned home, now aged 30. Her mother gave over the family house to be the first home in Suffolk. They had 40 disabled people and were called the Leonard Cheshire Foundations. In 1959 Sue married and had two children, a boy and a girl. She travelled many miles a year to lots of homes in the UK often taking her own lunch. Public speaking at events raised donations for the homes. In 1978 Sue became a Life Peer, Lady Ryder, sitting in the House of Lords. During her life time she meet the Pope, the Queen and most of the Royal Family and appeared on ‘This is Your Life’. She died in 2000 aged 75 and is buried in Bardsey churchyard. There are now many Sue Ryder shops supporting Wheatfields and other establishments. Scarcroft Grange was Sue Ryder’s home, now flats, alongside the A58. A Blue Plaque on the entrance post commemorates her life.
A talk by Pat Osborne entitled ‘The Brontes behind closed doors’ was given at Bank Street Methodist Church in Wetherby yesterday, Wednesday.
The next talk takes place on Thursday, September 27, from 2.30pm to 4pm. It will be a talk by Alan Hemsworth entitled ‘To be or not to be: A bookman’s reflections’. Entry is £2 to non-members.
WETHERBY CHURCH SERVICES
Sunday September 2
St James’ Parish Church (Anglican)
08:00 Holy Communion
10:00 Family Service
18:30 Parish Communion
Wetherby Baptist (at Deighton Gates School)
10:00 Morning worship
Wetherby Methodist (Bank Street)
10:00 Morning Worship
18:00 Evening Worship
St Joseph’s Church (Roman Catholic)
18:00 (Sat.) Vigil Mass
10:00 Sunday Mass
Wetherby Community Church (Salvation Army)
(at Wetherby High School)
10:00 Activities for all ages
St Oswald’s, Collingham
08:30 Holy Communion
10:00 Holy Communion
10:00 Morning Worship
Planning applications submitted to Leeds City Council, A detailed list may be inspected at local libraries. For more details in Leeds: log on to www.leeds.gov.uk, or ring 0113 247 8000.
HAREWOOD: K Sokolowski: raised roof with solar panels and chimney stack, extension, raised patio, Foxhills, Main Street, East Keswick. Dr S Baskind: extension with solar panels, steps, extend driveway, vehicular access, Waveney Lodge, Woodacre Crescent, Bardsey. T Hughes: Listed Building application new window and balanced flue, Hill Barn, Cornmill Lane, Bardsey. T Wheelhouse: retrospective application roller shutters to shop, Bank Top Stores, Wetherby Road, Bardsey.
WETHERBY: Wm Morrison Supermarkets PLC: partial demolition of existing retail units and extension existing supermarket, landscaping to Hallfield Lane car park, Morrisons Supermarket, 7-8 Horsefair Centre, 22-28 North Street. Wm Morrison Supermarkets PLC: Conservation area application for partial demolition of existing units and covered mall, 7-8 Horsefair Centred, 22-28 North Street. Hobson: orangery to side, Glebe House, Croft Lane, Walton. B Ritson: Listed Building application for single outbuilding, Old School House, 42 The Village, Thorp Arch. B Ritson: single outbuilding to rear, Old School House, 42 The Village, Thorp Arch. D Miller: extension, 14 Ashburn Drive. F Taylor: new ground floor window, Lodge House, 1 Wharfedale Nurseries, High Street, Boson Spa.