Community news - Wrenthorpe

BRASS BAND: Tingley Brass Band will be playing a Christmas Band Concert in St Anne’s Church on Sunday 4th December at 7pm. Tickets £4, children £1 available from Jean Roberts, telephone 01924 211818.

COFFEE MORNING: Tomorrow at Wrenthorpe Methodist Hall 10am-1pm.  Bacon /Sausage Butties will be served all morning and there will be a cake stall, bring and buy and hand-made cards.

WRENTHORPE METHODIST CHURCH: Everyone is welcome on Sunday at 10am. when one of our Bible Study Groups will be leading the service.  

WRENTHORPE MISSION: Our Morning Celebration will be held Sunday at 10.30am with Ron Mackenzie. With our Café Style Guest Service is at 6.30pm. Everyone will be made very welcome.

ST ANNES: Advent begins on Sunday with the Parish Eucharist starting at 10am. Children will meet in the Church hall and light refreshments will be served at the end of the service.  In the afternoon Children’s church and young family network will be meeting in the hall at 3pm for various activities and games and all young families and children are welcome. A church-cleaning day is being held on Saturday the 26th with a Fish & Chips lunch. On Wednesday Holy Communion is at 9.15am followed by refreshments with the church remaining open until noon.

CHRISTMAS FAYRE: Carrgate Care Home, Lawns Lane, Christmas Fayre will be held on Saturday November 26, 2-4pm, please come and support us.

CHRISTMAS CONCERT: Wrenthorpe St Johns Fund Raising Group have arranged a “Sounds of Christmas” concert with Wakefield Metropolitan Band and Alverthorpe St Paul’s School Choir at St Paul’s Church Alverthorpe on Saturday 3 December at 7pm. Tickets priced £6 adults; £2 children 5 - 15; (under 5s free) available from Ian on 01924 364868. (Refreshments included).

COOKERY DEMONSTRATION: 30th November there is a cookery demonstration at 7.15 at The Village Hall. £5 per ticket, all proceeds to Wkefield Hospice and Martin House Childrens Hospice. Please telephone Angie on 01924364354.

CHRISTMAS FAYRE: There is a Christmas Fayre at Wrenthorpe Primary School on Saturday 3rd Dec. We are offering tables to local people who had handmade gifts, arts and crafts or sell plants. Please contact the school for more information.

WRENS: Warm sunshine resulted in a good turnout on 12 November to the litter pick in Wrenthorpe Park & the meadows. Around 24 children & adults collected lots of sacks full of litter & hauled debris. WRENS gives a big thank you to all those who worked so hard to keep the park looking good. A key ring with a Renault logo and keys was found in the park. Will the owner please ring Gloria Lowry on 01924 377903.