Bishop Thornton, Shaw Mills and Warsill

Bishop Thornton

Barbara Rickards

01423 771475

br4125@btinternet.com

School News: Bishop Thornton CE School will be continuing each Friday at 9.05am with their celebration assemblies. The after school clubs for this half term are table tennis and let’s get cooking

Women Institute: at the start of the new year for Bishop Thornton and Shaw Mills Women Institute members met at The Nelson on Skipton Road Harrogate for a meal. Sitting at a huge table to accommodate all the members the atmosphere was lively as the evening progressed. Mrs Stobbs the president managed to stop the conversations (hard to do with a group of chatty ladies) to inform members of current events and issues within the Women Institute. Newsletters were distributed and attention drawn to certain facts. The visit to Follifoot to join them at their Christmas party was especially enjoyed by the members. Particularly their version of a nativity produced by some members was very entertaining. The buffet supper was excellent and the warm atmosphere from Follifoot Institute was very much appreciated. Next meeting on February 4 we will be having a spa day at Nidd Hall. Discussions were plentiful as members chose treatments to have alongside the time in the gym and swimming pool. Members are hoping this event will break any doom and gloom with the weather and help mind and body during the winter months

Book Club: if you are interested in a book club where you meet to discuss a book read by all contact Jenny on 01765 620003 to find out more.

Bridge: if you would like to start to learn how to play bridges or are an intermediate player Bay Horse Community Centre Burnt Yates has a roll up and play event with occasional workshop every Friday morning from 10am-12.30pm. Monday afternoon sessions from 2-4.30pm are for playing partner bridge. For more information contact Jo Broadbent on 01423 780023 or Cheryl Hill on 01423 77114.

Register Your Property: this is a free service from North Yorkshire Police to register your valued possessions such as mobile phone, laptops, bicycles. It is a very useful tool used by all police forces to help them identify property they have recovered and suspect to be stolen. The services also enables you to quickly report lost and stolen possessions. Visit the www.immobilise.com website for more information. If you would like to speak to an officer about this service contact your local community officer PC Hickson 802 at Pateley Bridges Police Station, telephone 101, mobile 07710912172 or PS 838 Andrew Tiffany using 101 (chose option 2 and ask for Andrew Tiffany)