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Graham Smith

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Pateley Bridge WI: meets tonight in the lounge of the Methodist Church at 7.30pm. The speaker will be Sue Dunn who will talk about Glam Wraps. New members and guests will be made very welcome.

Coffee Mornings: in aid of Saint Michaels Hospice on Saturday, May 11, 10am-noon at St Cuthberts Church, and on behalf of Christian Aid on on Saturday, May 18, 10am-noon at St Cuthberts Church.

Cinema in the Dale: the last of this seasons films will be shown at the Memorial Hall on Saturday, May 11 at 7.30pm. The film is Les Miserables and tickets are on sale and selling fast at the Pateley Bridge Pharmacy. The film replaces Quartet which will be the first of the autumn film screenings on Saturday, September 7.

The Playhouse: Calendar Girls opens next week at the Playhouse, and tickets have sold quickly for this popular tale of the Yorkshire WI group. Several nights are sold out, but there may be tickets still available. To check for any unsold seats, or to pick up any returns, the box office is open at the Playhouse 2-4pm on Saturday afternoons, or ring 0781 696 1854 2-6pm Monday-Saturday. Calendar Girls runs Wednesday, May 8 – Friday, May 10 and Wednesday, May 15 – Saturday, May 18. All performances start at 7.30pm. www.pateleyplayhouse.co.uk

Drivers Required: Wilsill Luncheon Club would be grateful for more drivers to transport their members to Pateley Bridge Methodist Church every third Wednesday in the month. If you can help please contact Nan Davies on 01423 712440.

Moor-View Rescue: will be holding a cake stall and also dislaying Moor-View products including clothing at the open day at Shamrock Veterinary Clinic, 43 Knaresborough Road on Saturday May 11, 2-4pm. There will be raffle with half of the proceeds coming to Moor-View Rescue. Please come along as there are lots of other stalls and childrens activities along with refreshments.

Volunteers Needed: Moor-View Rescue has so many dogs in their care at the moment that they are bursting at the seams. With so many dogs which are needing lots of care and attention due to neglect, volunteers would be very welcome who are willing to take some dogs out for long walks. Please contact Moor-View, 01423 711993, if you can offer some time.

Pateley Bridge Dance club: the next dance will be on Friday, June 14, 7.30-11.30pm, at Pateley Bridge Memorial Hall. Dancing to Mark Spafford. Entry £7 on the door to include supper. There will be a raffle. Bring your own drink. All welcome. Details from 01423 711197 or 01423 711642.

Glasshouses & District Gardening Club: the next meeting will be held in Dacre & Hartwith Village Hall on Thursday, May 16, at 7.45pm. The speaker will be Rebecca Wilson who will be speaking about composting with the North Yorkshire Rotters. Meetings are free to members, and non members are always welcome but we ask for a contribution of £3. Queries to Anne Martin 01423711175 or June Douse 01423712124.

Pateley Bridge Ladies Club: will next meet on Monday, May 13. Trash not Treasure by Chris Powell of Henshaws. Meetings are held at the Pateley Club at 7.45pm. New members and visitors are always welcome. For more info contact Pam on 711679.

The Church in the Dale Charities Festival: at Pateley Bridge showground on Sunday, July 21, noon-4pm. Over 40 local and national charities have been contacted to take part. They had all shown interest and we are now awaiting their confirmation of booking. Each charity will have information available and many will also run a stall to raise money for their cause. Both the North Yorkshire Police and Fire Service will be in attendance and there will be attractions for children. We hope to have live music throughout (do you know a group who would like to play?) and the afternoon will close with a short informal service. We need lots of manpower to control car parking, to act as stewards, to aid in setting/clearing up and also help with catering in the tea tent. There are lists in the churches please sign and give contact details in the relevant column. Attendance for charities and visitors is free, but donations will be appreciated.

The Sun is out: and it is time to clear out your winter wardrobe. Instead of throwing away clothes that still have life in them (especially if its just a matter of change in taste or size), you should drop them in to Teacups or Park View Stores as Julie is busy collecting for her annual jumble sale in aid of Cancer Research.

Church services: Sunday, May 12 St Michael and All Angels Church, Wilsill 9am Holy Communion. St Cuthberts Church 10.30am Eucharist. Pateley Bridge Methodist Church 10.30am Morag Waterfield. Glasshouses Methodist Church 10.30am Chapel Anniversary with Rev Chris Stark. Wath Chapel

6.30pm Miss Olive Moyses. At the Roman Catholic churches Sunday Mass will take place at 10.30am at Pateley and at 9.15am at Menwith Hill.