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John Chilton

01937 590606


All Saints Church Spofforth: the service on Sunday, February 3 will be a family service at 10.30am.

Kerbside Recycling: at Spofforth will be on Friday, February 1.

The Long Memorial Hall: at Spofforth is perfect for social functions, parties, meetings, anniversaries, fund raising, clubs and associations, all sorts of occasions. There are new easily portable tables, chairs, cutlery, crockery and a range of table cloths can also be hired. Prices are very competitive and there are special rates for Spofforth residents. Contact the booking clerk, Joan Steggles on 01937 590363 and ask to look around before hiring.

Advanced Notice: that the Call my Bluff wine evening will return by popular demand on Saturday, February 16. There will be a superb array of wines and a vintner who will give out eight sample wines of different types and vintages and challenge you to identify them from a number of descriptions. It will be accompanied by a fine selection of cheeses and breads. Tickets will be £15 each. Contact Jane Hare on 01937 590393 or Christine Atkinson 01937 591424.

Spofforth Seniors: coffee morning will be on Thursday, February 7 from 10-1130am at The Long Memorial Hall.

TASK: (or junior church as it used to be known) will meet on the first Sunday of every month before the family service. The aim is to get the All Saints kids meetings better integrated into the church year and ensure that each meeting will have a theme that is relevant to the bible reading used in the family service. There will be a bible story, craft activities, prayers and refreshments. Anyone of primary school age is welcome and the atmosphere is relaxed and friendly. The meeting on Sunday, February 3 will be about The Feast of Presentation (Candlemas). This is one of the major feasts of the Christian year and celebrates the presentation of the child, Jesus, at the temple.