The recent stitching class exhibition made the magnificent sum of £500 for the ‘Will to Work’ charity. It was a beautiful show, and very well attended.
Well done to Elizabeth Hearn and her team from all of us.
Were you there when the Beatles played at the Mersey View or when Seb Coe took part in the Hill Race? Were you a Rose Queen or did you take part in the Carnival Parade? Do you remember the Jubilee street parties or sliding down the Helter Skelter?
If you have any photographs or memorabilia from any of these or other local events then please get in touch. We are planning to hold a special ‘Harvest of Memories’. This event will be in the church hall on Saturday 26th September, and will form part of our Harvest Festival weekend.
There will be displays of items (and hopefully music) that we hope will trigger memories that people can chat about over a cup of tea and cake. We will also have information about local groups and organisations that offer support and advice for people suffering from dementia and their carers.
More information will follow in the next magazine but if you are interest in being involved in this event please let either Liz Holmes, Carolyn Frayne or Marg Jacks know.
The Real Easter Eggs have arrived! The only Easter eggs to tell the real meaning of Easter. Each fair trade chocolate egg includes extra chocolate squares or buttons, and a small booklet telling the story of Jesus’ death and resurrection.
The milk chocolate eggs are £3.99 each, and the new dark chocolate ones £5.25. They are available from the Traidcraft stall on Sunday mornings at Frodsham Methodist Church, from Main Street Community Church at Thursday coffee mornings, or from Elizabeth Holmes.
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