The exciting biblical story of Jesus Christ has been retold in 18 songs with narration, in a new musical entitled The Jesus Story. The musical was written by Richard Rice-Oxley, now a retired priest living in Swinstead, South Lincs. The first performances, given by a local choir and musicians in Swayfield and Corby Glen, were warmly received by packed audiences.
We have been invited to perform The Jesus Story again in 2016:
- GRANTHAM Methodist Church, Harrowby Lane, Friday 18 March at 7.30p.m.
- EDENHAM Village Hall,
Sunday 20 March at 4.00p.m.
- MORTON Church, Saturday 25 June, time t.b.c.
More details are on the website: rev-rice-oxley.uk
The final talk before Christmas 2015 was given by Chris Allan. He spoke of his time as a Royal Naval officer serving in HM submarines and entertained us with stories and events of this part of his career. He also explained the ‘workings’ of a submarine and gave us a flavour of life at sea during the Cold War years. It was a most interesting and informative talk.
Jill and Ken Orrell have plans for three further talks in the Spring. The first will be about the involvement of a former Irnham resident, Dick Salmon, in the BRM Grand Prix racing team. The talk will be given by Colin Gibson.
Why don’t you believe me?
I’ve told you this before,
When you’ve been to Coffee Corner,
You’ll soon be back for more!
With chairs and tables all laid out,
And cups and saucers clinking –
“How much will this cost me?”
You’ll be excused for thinking.
Just one pound – no more, no less,
I’ll say this very clearly,
For as much as you can drink and eat,
You’re welcome – most sincerely!
Come on over and you will find great coffee, plenty of biscuits and treats, good company and lots of chat in the warm, comfortable environment of Swayfield’s Village Hall.
No raffles or other distractions and your £1 buys you unlimited coffee, tea and nibbles. A perfect opportunity for you to meet old friends, make new ones. Whether you are young or not so young, from the Village or wherever – you can be sure of a warm welcome.
The dates for February are Friday 5 and 19 from 10.30 till noon. So what are you waiting for? Just grab your hat and coat and come over.
I look forward to seeing you soon – Marilyn
Burton-le-Coggles Village Hall has Bingo every other Tuesday, starting at 7.30pm.
There will be sessions on Tuesday 16th February and Tuesday 1st March.
The January meeting of the Local History Society will be on Friday 29th at the Methodist Church at 7.30pm.
The subject for the evening due to unforeseen circumstances has now changed from what we announced in our programme in September, and we welcome Mill Manager Jim Bailey coming along to give a talk on Heckington Windmill, which was originally booked for April.
The slide show from our Archive will now be in April, so please make a note in your diaries so as not to miss this popular evening.
For any further information please contact myself
on Corby 0799.
Christmas is over,
The New Year’s begun,
The weather is cold
But it’s time to have fun.
If you fancy a biscuit,
Or maybe a cake,
A cup of fresh coffee –
I bet you can’t wait.
You know where to head for,
You’ve been there before,
There’s plenty of chatter
And laughter galore.
That’s right – Coffee Corner,
At your Village Hall.
Get there quite early
And you’ll have a Ball!
We can’t wait to see you,
To give you good cheer
And to welcome you in
With – “A Happy New Year!”
You will find great coffee, plenty of biscuits and treats, good company and lots of chat in the warm, comfortable environment of Swayfield’s Village Hall.
There are no raffles or other distractions and your £1 buys you unlimited coffee, tea and nibbles. A perfect opportunity for you to meet old friends, make new ones. Whether your young or not so young, from the Village or wherever – you can be sure of a warm welcome.
The dates for January are Friday 8th and 22nd from 10.30 am till noon. So what are you waiting for? Just grab your hat and coat and come over.
I look forward to seeing you soon –
Come along to our exciting new Mums & Tots Group, starting:
Tuesday 12th January 2016
9.30 am – 11 am
at The Church Street Rooms
Church Street, Corby Glen, NG33 4NJ
Craft & Creativity … messy play!
Lots of FUN & PLAYING!!!
Make new friends!
Rhyme & music time
Learning through play
Provided by: www.homestartgrantham.org
Tel: 01476 515310
Registered charity no: 1111167
Company Limited by Guarantee no: 5511495
We had a great turnout for our Christmas Messy Rooms, lots of glitter and glue, lovely Christingles, and yummy biscuits.
Many thanks to everyone who turned up to help, especially the ladies from the craft group who were kept very busy making lovely cards.
The next Messy Rooms will be on March 5th, 2016, just in time for Mothers Day, and in good time for Easter crafts.
If you enjoyed yourself, we hope to see you there.
The Messy Team