News and Events: I would like to remind everybody that I do need all the information and dates about your events two weeks in advances, or send the programme for the month or yearly events. You are missing a great opportunity if wanting raise funds or for people to attend by not forwarding any information or keeping your web site up to date, email firstname.lastname@example.org or pop through the letterbox at 21 Grange Close, Shaw Mills Harrogate HG3 3HX, telephone leave a message on 01423 771475.
Jazz: is there anybody in the parish of Bishop Thornton interested in having a regular jazz jamming session, ? Or maybe interested in playing jazz whether it’s your first time or you are an old hand? Dates have not been set for these sessions but it will be most likely to be a Thursday evening meeting near Patley Bridge. If you are interested and want to find out more contact Susan on 01423 714807 or 07776145529 or email email@example.com.
Cricket: Bishop Thornton 1st team play on July 20 at home to Hampsthwaite, and the 2nd team are away to Darley. The Wath Cup Final at Birstwith is on July 21 at 6.15pm. Amateur Evening League July 24 home to Birstwith A.
School News: at St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School the infants, as part of their geography topic, will be making a recycling centre in the role play area. They have been bringing in clean recyclable materials such as cereal boxes, plastic bottle, and newspapers etc and sorting the materials into groups.
What’s on: July 25 dominoes 7.30pm Markington Institute; July 25 Bishop Thornton and Warsill Parish Council in Warsill Hall 7.30pm; August 11 Ripley Show; August 2 Bishop Thornton and Shaw Mills Womens Institute 7.30pm at St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School Bishop.
Church Services: St John’s CE Church Bishop July 21 10pm Family Service , July 28 11.15am Eucharist . St Joseph’s Catholic Church Saturday Vigil Mass 6pm Sunday Mass 10am Weekday Masses 9.30am
Ordination: Linda Boon from Shaw Mills never stoped smiling at her Ordination as a Priest by the Bishop of Ripon and Leeds in St John’s Sharow. It was great to see so many friends from the all the local churches in the parish and surrounding area welcoming her as a priest and sharing in the celebrations. Afterwards there was time to chat to people who worship together from all the churches around Bishop Thornton, Burnt Yates, Markington and South Stainley.