A SPRING SERENADE Saturday 30th March 2019 at 7.30pm St James’ Church, Boroughbridge Carey Williams (Baritone, Piano, Organ), David Bellwood (Violin, Viola, Piano) and their Guest Musicians present an informal evening of Classical and Light Music. Admission £7.50, Refreshments available. Tickets available on the door. For more information, please phone 01423 324276.
You can download the latest Parish magazine here: Mar 19 Link 2.4
A ROMAN BURIAL: THE STORY OF THE HUNDAYFIELD LEAD COFFIN St Mary’s Church Dunsforth 7pm for 7:30pm, on Thursday 21st February. The discovery of a very rare Romano-British burial in 2007 has provided great insight into how people lived and died during the period of the Roman occupation. Nick Wilson will talk us through the … [Read more…]
The Parish Magazine ‘The Link’ February edition can now be found here: Feb 19 Link 2.5
St James’ Church is proud to present…… The Dishforth Military Wives Choir Saturday 15th Dec ~ 6.30 pm Tickets £4.00 in advance from Kath Ambrose 01423 322070, or on the door
The latest edition of ‘The Parish Link’ is now available here: Dec 18 Link 2.5
St James’ Church Christmas Fair – Saturday 24th November, 10am to 12 noon. A mix of all things festive! Spectacular raffle, childrens’ choir, festive stalls, refreshments served throughout. Followed by winter warmer soup & sweet lunch.
Roecliffe was one of 1300 Beacons of Light which were lit throughout the United Kingdom at 7.00pm. This commemoration was inspired by a comment made on August 3rd 1914 by Britain’s Foreign Minister, Sir Edward Gray. He was looking out of his office window at dusk as gas lights were lit along London’s streets when … [Read more…]
The November 2018 issue of The Parish Link is available for viewing or download here: Nov18Link-3.1
St John’s Church in Minskip is holding a special service in memory of a villager who died in northern France just a week before the Armistice which ended the First World War. The church will honour Eddie Mawtus at 11am on November 4, when a tree will be planted in the grounds in memory of … [Read more…]