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As you might have read in the notices, the Church Council is happy to help subsidise the cost for people to go to Greenbelt this year, which is on the August Bank holiday weekend, 28th-31st August. Rev'd. Denise and I are willing to supervise a group; others may want to help too. Families are welcome to join us. Please talk to either Rev'd. Denise or me if you are interested.
To get tickets at the best price we need to commit as soon as the tickets are released. Take a look at the Greenbelt website. Our Treasurer has offered for the Church to help with payment up front if this is needed, but once committed and ticket is paid for, it is your responsibility to pay. A booking form will be out soon - look out for more details, and let Rev'd. Denise or me know as soon as possible if you would like to come.
Children’s Event 2015
Following on from the successful World War One evening, I am sure the older children in Church would like to do something together this year. Has anyone got any suggestions! So far we have had suggestions of a sleepover, sponsored walk, or car wash.
No Camping trip but a day together instead
This year we are fitting our 0930live! camping ideas into a day. So if you haven’t fancied camping, you might like the sound of meeting together for a day of activities, and cooking tea in the open air, with games and finishing with worship. This may be for you! Keep 4th July free as a potential date and look out for further details. We will not be travelling far from home, but will hopefully be at a venue outside Frodsham.
Anyone for puppets?
Having found some puppets who are eager to be brought to life, I need a team of children/ adults to make this happen. Additional puppets may be required before we can work on a sketch. Find out more at 0930live! or by speaking to me.
Toddlers is having a makeover!
Thursdays at 9.15am Still £2 per family. Since starting back this year, we have set out the rooms in a different way. Moving the larger toys into the smaller room and the craft/snack tables down the hall separating the Baby area from the main hall. This has quietened the large hall and given parents better space to stand and chat. We are still experimenting with the layout so any other suggestions would be helpful.
Young Families Worker
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