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Bishop Thornton

Barbara Rickards

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Church Services: St John’s CE Church Bishop Thornton 10am December 13 Family Services. Family Services St Joseph’s Catholic Church Bishop Thornton Saturday Vigil Mass 6pm , Sunday Mass 10am ,Weekday Masses 9.30am

Concert: to make it feel more like Christmas in Markington Institute on Friday, December 14 at 7.30pm there is a Church Christmas Concert. Why not go along and join in.

Carol Service: Bishop Thornton CE Primary School will be holding a short Carol Service in St John’s CE Church at 2.15pm on December 19. Where a pupil along with one parent, member of staff, a governor and a member of the community, will be reading one of the short passages during the services . Everyone welcome to join the services and afterwards there is coffee with a mince pie

Christmas Performances: St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School on Thursday, December 13 at 2pm and 7pm , the whole school will participate in Hosanna Rock, everyone is welcome to go along to see this performance. Thank you once again to Mr Roberts at St John Fishers Catholic High School in Harrogate for supporting the children with the production.

Bishop Thornton CE Primary School: Christmas Production of A Christmas Recipe at 6.30pm on Thursday, December 13 at 6.30pm .They are looking forward to parents, friends and family to join them.

School News: Christmas Lunch - Bishop Thornton CE Primary School are looking forward to welcoming their governors to join the whole school for the Christmas Lunch, prepared by Lyn on Wednesday, December 12.

St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School Bishop Thornton on Wednesday, December 12 will welcome their governors to join them for their Christmas Lunch, prepared by Lyn

Tree Planting: Mrs Lambert from St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School led a hedge planting morning and was joined by many volunteers of all ages from the school and St Joseph’s parish. Thank you to everyone who turned out and planted nearly 100 plants which were a result of two separate successful Woodland Trust applications. The school was fortunate to receive two oak sapling too from the Royal Estates to mark the Queen’s Jubilee. The hedge will provide the school with habitat for all kind of different kinds of wildlife and give an opportunity to learn about different plants and leaves.