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Monthly Newsletter September 2019

This Newsletter is prepared by the Local Ecumenical Partnership.  All are most welcome to attend ANY service, social function, gathering or to bring your concerns to:

Anglican:  Rev Canon John Ford  revjohnford@sky.com 01642 964664

Roman Catholic:  Father Bill Charlton stjoseph.stokesley@gmail.com 01642 710239

Methodist:  Rev Andrew Robinson rev.andrewr@gmail.com 01642 710358


Foodbank Matters

 

Su and George Reid take donations from Hutton Rudby and Swainby to the Food Bank warehouse in Middlesbrough.  As always, donations are very gratefully received!

Just now the Food Bank especially needs:  jam; tinned fruit; tinned carrots; tinned meat including ham; instant mashed potatoes in packets.  Other non-perishable food is also welcome.  Toiletries, and sanitary products for babies and women, are also welcome.

Presently they do not need: more biscuits, breakfast cereals, porridge, pasta, peas and beans.

It is important that all donated food is non-perishable as it is stored until needed, and then given to people who often have no access to a fridge!

Many thanks to all of you who donate to or help Middlesbrough Foodbank!

A Message from John Hinman, Trustee, ‘Together Middlesbrough and Cleveland’ (Feast of Fun)

Many congratulations for the amazing support we received from the people of Hutton Rudby.  You raised more than £1000 for vital work for children suffering from holiday hunger in Middlesbrough.  Well done everyone! And special thanks to Su Reid and her team!

All good wishes, John Hinman

 

 

 


Charity, Community and Ecumenical Events

     
Every Monday (starting 2nd)HRVH Johnson RoomHR Bridge Club – new members welcome. Ring Janet 01642 7015861900
Every Monday (starting 2nd)St. Joseph’s Church Hall, StokesleyStokesley and District Choral Society begin the new season’s rehearsals – new and returning singers welcome1930
Every:
Monday
to
Saturday
The HubThe Hub and Zac’s Coffee Servery (Fresh Coffee, Teas, Hot Chocolate, Squash and homemade cakes and biscuits – gluten free options availableSee Notices for times
Every TuesdayThe HubComputer Friends – drop in computer help desk and bespoke computer lessons –To book your place ring Dave McAsey (01642 700800) or call in and we will try to help1000 - 1200
Every Wednesday The HubBaby and Toddler Group
(in term time)
1000 - 1130
Every WednesdayChurch HouseThe Wednesday Social Club
(Day Centre)
1000 - 1500
Every Wednesday (in term time)The Hub SchoolroomKids Club @ The Hub - for primary school children – art and craft, stories and games. The Hub will be open for parents/carers to have coffee and cake.
Wed 4th September Kids Club Messy Church
1515 - 1630
Every Friday (in term time)The HubStory Time: for little ones and their adults 1045
Mondays 2nd and 16th The HubKnitting Together – all knitters welcome1300 - 1500
Wednesdays 4th and 18thThe HubPrayer Time in the Hub
in the Quiet Corner in the Hub – all welcome
0930
- 1000
Wednesday 4thThe Hub School roomBaby Clinic1400
Wednesday 4th The HubBook Club in The Hub – everyone welcome1930
Saturday 7th The Hub LAUNCH OF Leven Online Radio
Facebook page ‘Leven.online.radio’ Watch us live as we ‘go live’, see us in the Hub studio, meet the presenters and guests. Join us to celebrate the launch of the station. Everyone welcome.
1200

1330
Tuesday 10thChurch HouseHR Women’s’ Institute –Nicola Calder (Figs) Competition: Vegetable Animal1915
Tuesdays 11th and 25th The HubMy Wellbeing - a Mind Matters Project, all are welcome1000 - 1230
Wednesday 11th HRVHHR Garden Club – AGM followed by
Alistair Baldwin, garden designer, describing the creation of the rose garden at Wynyard and favourite roses
1930
1945
Thursday 12th
The HubFriendship Group – Rev Andrew Robinson will be the speaker.1400
Thursday 12th The HubOpen Mic Night1900 - 2100
Friday 13th
Saturday 14th
HRVHHutton Rudby Dramatic Society 13th Junior Production
“A Grimm Night for Hans Christian Andersen”

Tickets £8 from www.huttonrudbydramaticsociety.com or from Kath Watts 01642 700987 or from the Hub
1900
1400 and 1900
Thursday 19th N.B.
The Hub
HR History Society: ‘Big Screen’ presentation of more photographs posted on the new Hutton Rudby & District Local History Facebook Page.2000
Saturday 21st HRVHFriends of HRVH present: The Damien O’Kane Band ‘Folk-Pop for the 21st Century’. Tickets £12-50 from Janet on 701586 or ‘on line’Doors 1930
Friday 27th Church HouseSoup a Friday – Friendship/Social Lunch1200 -1330
Monday 30th The HubCaring and Sharing Group – tea followed by Jan & Richard Crouch talking about Queen Mary and the House of Windsor1800

Notices

Meeting of Rudby Parish Council Monday, 9th September at 7-15 pm in the Chapel Schoolroom.   All are welcome to attend.

The Hub opening Times:  Mon 1 pm to 4pm; Tue 9.30 am to 12.30 pm; Wed 9.30 am to 12.30 pm and 2 pm to 5 pm; Thu 9.30 am to 12.30 pm; Friday 9.30 am to 12.30 pm; Saturday 10 am to 1230 pm (including Happy Hour 10 am to 11 am, when a refillable instant hot drink + fruit or cheese scone are only £2.20).

BATHURST EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION GRANTS  2019/20

The trustees invite applications for grants to help young people in the village with their education or training costs. Students at college or university, starting or continuing their courses, or those doing work training, apprenticeships or special projects generally related to education may be eligible. Applicants should be under 25yrs, require financial assistance, resident (now or in the past) in Hutton Rudby or Middleton, and have attended Hutton Rudby School or another serving our area.

All applicants should write giving their full name, address, age, years at local schools and say why financial help is needed and how it would be used.

Grants will be given at the Trustees’ discretion and distributed in October; they can also be awarded at other times if requests are made. Please note there is no email facility.

Applications should be sent to the secretary, Mrs K. Milburn, Brooklands, The Grove, Hutton Rudby, TS15 0HD by 1st October 2019.

Forthcoming Event

Sunday 6th October – Harvest lunch in Church House at 12.15pm to which everyone is invited.  £12.00 for two course meal plus a glass of wine/soft drink.  More information next month.

 

Monthly Services

Day/DateVenueServiceTime
Every TuesdayChurch HouseHoly Communion1000
Every SundaySt. Mary’s CrathorneMass0900
Every Sunday (except 13thAll SaintsParish Communion
0915
Every Sunday (except 13th – see below)ChapelMorning Worship
(with HC on 20th)
1000
Sunday 6thAll Saints
Chapel
Harvest Festival Service
All Age Worship for Harvest
please bring a non-perishable gift for the Food Bank
0915
1000
Sunday 6th
Church HouseHarvest Fellowship Lunch - Two course meal plus wine or soft drink. Tickets (£12 adult, £6 child, £30 family) from: Pat Searle (701355) Kath Watts (700987) Diane Gent (700895) or Jennifer Watt (701730). Everyone is Welcome1215
Sunday 6thChurch HouseSacred Space Inviting Stillness and Reflection – all are welcome1745
Sunday 13thAll SaintsHoly Communion – traditional language0800
Sunday 13thAll Saints’Service of the Word (No HC)0915
Sunday 13thChapelSunday Breakfast - free continental breakfast and family friendly worship for all - led by Stef Hoyle1000
Sunday 13thSt. Cuthbert’s MiddletonMorning Service (Lay Led)1000
Sunday 27thSt. Cuthbert’s MiddletonMorning Service with Holy Communion 1100

The production of this News Sheet is coordinated by Bob and Diana Baker 01642 700672 or robert.baker14@btinternet.com If you wish to submit information for inclusion please contact them by the 15th of the month preceding the issue required (e.g. 15th September for the October Issue).