To commemorate the centenary of the First World War, the children of St Asaph VP Infants school, Ysgol Esgob Morgan and Fairholme Schools have made poppies out of used plastic bottles to help create an art display inside St Asaph Cathedral.
If you too would like to make a poppy, especially in memory of someone special to you, come along to the cathedral on Tuesday 30th October between 10am and 5pm. Please bring a clean 1 or 2 litre clear plastic bottle (with lid and lemonade or cola shaped) with you – tuition, glue and glitter will be provided.
We are currently trying to find out your views and thoughts on establishing a community hub in the St Asaph Parish Church. Even if you have already filled in a paper questionnaire or been part of the consultation, we would still appreciate your views in this survey. Many thanks in advance.
Please right-click on this link to open: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/NPKWXGS
On Saturday 15th September a small but dedicated group of walkers completed a Memory Walk to raise funds for the Alzheimer’s Society. The route started and finished at the parish church, and took in the very pleasant footpaths along each side of the Afon Elwy. A surprise reward for finishing, apart from the satisfaction of raising much needed funds for the Society, was the fine selection of home-made cakes, tea and coffee kindly donated by the ‘walking’ ladies.
A sum of £92.50, and counting, has so far been raised. If you wish, you can still contribute, by logging onto www.JustGiving.com and search for Marion Hughes St Asaph Memory Walk page. In this way, your donation goes straight to the Alzheimer’s society, and you can add to it by ticking the gift aid box, where appropriate.
Hopefully we will have e few more helpers next year. Every pound raised goes towards the funding of new research, providing precious support to more people, wherever they are, and whatever they are going through.
Thank you everyone.
A gentle reminder that the Flower Arranging Classes start next Friday 21st September, 10.00am to 12.00pm. Further details are below in previous posts, or just input Flower Arranging in the ‘Search’ box.
A few places remain. Don’t be disappointed, book your place now by contacting Marion on 07841 160430, or e-mail at email@example.com.
The Messy Church Holiday Club has continued throughout the school’s summer holidays, held every Wednesday from 10.30am to 12.30pm.
A great variety of activities have and are being enjoyed by very many children, and their parents and grandparents. Activities include numerous craft making sessions, where the children of all ages create crafts that they proudly take home or are left to be displayed in church; there has been interesting and creative painting by the younger ones, and there are singing and story times. A magician came to entertain children and adults alike.
A picnic is provided for each child, which can be enjoyed in the church or on the grass of the churchyard if the weather is fine, where the children can play in safety.
Wednesday 29th August will be the last Holiday Club of this summer season. Hope we’ll see you there for another fun day.
Some images of the creative fun and song on Wednesday 23rd August.
Fun, friendly affordable training. Learn how to make beautiful flower arrangements.
This is a great opportunity to learn from scratch or extend your skills. Tuition will be by an experienced NAFAS demonstrator, judge and speaker. A course of 6 weekly classes in St Asaph Parish Church.
Starts on Friday 21st September, and then each Friday for 6 weeks, 10.00am to 12.00pm. Refreshments will be provided.
The topics will include:
A basic triangle. A posy design. A continental design. A wreath ring design. A pedestal arrangement.
The cost per session is £10.00, or grab a bargain by booking a full course of 6 classes and get one free. Places are still available but you need to book as soon as possible to ensure your place, so
Call Marion on 07841 160430, or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
The next Forget Me Not tea party is on Thursday 09th August 2.00pm – 4.00pm. Come and enjoy afternoon tea; and yes with china cups, home-made cakes, and rather good table service. Meet old friends and make new ones; and have a good natter about anything and everything. Absolutely no charge.
HELP – We are planning a Memory Walk to raise funds for the Alzheimer’s Society. The ‘walk’ will take place on Saturday 15th September, the time to be confirmed. We’re in the early stages of planning, so if you have any interesting ideas, wish to take part, or if you are able to help in any way whatsoever, please come along to find out more.
The Messy Church Holiday Club happens again this coming Wednesday 08th August, where there is fun for all the family. Come on, join in, for stories; games; singing; crafts, and then a tasty picnic before saying cheerio for another week. If the weather is warm and fine the picnic will once again be outside on the grass.
Below are pictures of the fun in church and afterwards the picnic on the grass; and yes, some children did manage to arrange their own hide-and-seek games around the churchyard. Because of the close proximity of road and traffic the gates of the churchyard will be secured during the picnics for obvious safety reasons.
See you there – Wednesday, from 10.30am to 12.30pm.
Entry is £1.50 per child, which includes the picnic and drinks.
ADVANCED NOTICE – Messy Church Holiday Club proudly presents Doug the Magician, same time, same place, on Wednesday 15th August. It’s a Must.
Come and enjoy an evening of Baroque Splendour at the parish church on Friday 20th July. The celebrated organist, John Hosking, who is shortly to release yet another CD with soprano Olivia Hunt, will entertain in his own formidable entertaining style. John, who is the Assistant Director of Music at St Asaph Cathedral, will perform a musical selection from the Baroque era within the historical setting of this Medieval church.
Light refreshments will be served.
Start at 7.30pm. Admission is £5.00, payable at the door.
Sunday Sheet for Trinity 6, Sunday 8th July 2018, incorporating the Notices and details of Services.
Sunday Sheet for 8 July 2018 Trinity 6