Come and join in the British Music Hall of 1914. Songs and poems of World War 1.
Saturday 18th October, 2014 at 7.30 pm, St Matthews Church, Chadderton. Cheese and wine to follow.
If you are interested in being involved please speak to Joan Johnson or
If anyone wishes to visit the memorial book outside of normal service times please contact one of the clergy, who will be happy to arrange access.
Tickets are now available for the Harvest Lunch, to be held on 12th October at 12 30 pm.
Adult tickets £6 Children's £4
If you require a ticket please ask Susan Matthews or Iris Last.
Signing supplementary forms for secondary school will be done on Thursday 16th October. If you would like a form signed please sign the list in the Narthex for a specific time slot or just turn up and get the next available slot. Forms for infant places will be signed on Wednesday 3rd December, using a similar format.
Please can I also remind everyone wanting to have forms signed that we use the the sign in data that you supply by signing in every time you come to church. It is your responsibility to use the sign in form in the narthex, and we can not fairly and accurately show that you were in church any other way. Thank you for your help in enabling us to use a transparent and fair system for the church school places.
There will be a parish retreat at St. Beuno’s, North Wales 8-10th May 2015. If you are interested please speak to Deborah, David or Ann.
Saturday October 18th at 7:30pm St Matthews Church Chadderton Hall Road Chadderton Oldham.
Using the theme of the British Music Hall of 1914, we are commemorating the centenary of the start of World War 1 through drama, film, poetry and song. So, why not ‘pack up your troubles in your old kit bag’ and come to join in the entertainment and sing along with some familiar tunes.
Tickets available from church at any of our many services, or phone 0161 6248600.
* £5 per person
* £12.50 family ticket
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