WORTWELL TOWN LANDS CHARITY—CHRISTMAS 2019
Any Senior Citizen of Wortwell who would like to be considered for a Christmas payment under the Wortwell Town Lands Charity conditions should firstly apply to our Secretary, Mrs P Swinden of Four Winds, Tunbeck Road, IP20 0HP, telephone 01986 788977 by Friday 8 November. Parents/Carers of Wortwell Children/Young Persons in receipt of state education are also invited to apply for assistance with residential educational trips and/or transfer to secondary education that have taken place in the past 12 months. Please don’t delay in writing in now in time for Christmas.
WORTWELL POORS ALLOTMENTS CHARITY
The above village charity gives a small Christmas gift in the form of Co-op vouchers every year to our Senior Citizens of the village. If you have not received anything in the past, we probably haven’t had you on our Christmas list. If you would like to be considered, please contact the Clerk to the Charity, Mr C Thomas, Tunbeck Farm, telephone 01986 788209 by Friday 8 November.
Calls Friday’s every 4 weeks
Next visits to Wortwell:
15 November 2019
13 December 2019
Willow Close 14.35 – 15.05
The Packway 15.10 – 15.40
Sun 3 Nov 9.30 am at St. Mary’s Redenhall (Communion)
Sun 1 Nov 6 pm at Wortwell URC Village Praise
Sun 17 Nov 9 am at Wortwell URC Morning Worship
Sun 24 Nov 9 am at Wortwell URC Morning Worship
Sun 1 Dec 9.30 am at St. Mary’s Redenhall (Communion)
Sun 8 Dec 9 am at Wortwell URC Morning Worship
Sun 15 Dec 6 pm “A Modern Christmas” The Partnership Choir
Sun 22 Dec 9 am at Wortwell URC Morning Worship
Sun 29 Dec 9 am at Wortwell URC Morning Worship
Sun 5 Jan 9.30 am at St. Mary’s Redenhall (Communion)
All are made most welcome at any or all of these services.
The Partnership Choir will be presenting a performance of traditional and modern Christmas Carols interwoven with readings. Please come and join with us on Sunday 15th December at 6 pm No charge. Free refreshments and mince pies. Get your Christmas off to a good start.
If you can’t make it on 15th, then you can come to Pulham Methodist Church on Saturday 21st December at 7pm.
Why not come and sing with us? Tuesdays at 7pm in the Chapel.
Don’t forget the Traditional “Carols by Candlelight” at St. Mary’s
Redenhall on Tuesday 24th December at 6 pm. A magical experience.
ST MARY’S, REDENHALL
Sun 3 Nov 9.30 am Holy Communion (BCP)
Sun 10 Nov 3.00 pm Remembrance at the Wortwell War Memorial
Sun 17 Nov 4.00 pm Compline
Sun 24 Nov 11.00 am Morning Prayer (BCP)
Sun 1 Dec 9.30 am Holy Communion (CW)
Sun 8 Dec No service. We join with Wortwell Chapel
Sun 15 Dec 4.00 pm Compline
Sun 22 Dec No service
Tue 24 Dec Christmas Eve 5.30 for 6.00 pm Carols by Candlelight
Wed 25 Dec Christmas Day 9.30 am Informal Holy Communion
Sun 29 Dec No service
CPR training at 7.00pm on Monday 27th January at Wortwell Community Centre
Training by the local First Responders – All invited/welcome to attend.
To confirm your attendance please email [email protected] or call 01986 788789
Meeting dates for the remainder of 2019
Monday 21 October
Monday 25 November
No meeting in December
Meetings in Waveney Room at Wortwell Community Centre
Starting at 7.30pm
2.00 – 4.45pm Short Mat Bowls George Rusted Tel: 789124
7.00 – 9.00pm Table Tennis Simon Leggett Tel: 788789
THIRD MONDAY OF MONTH
10.00am University of the Third Age (U3A)
The Waveney Valley Study Group Peter Metcalf Tel: 01379 854872
3.45 – 7.45pm Tap and Ballet – Children Julie Ash Tel: 897034
7.30 – 8.30pm Aerobics Julie Ash Tel: 897034
7.00 – 10.00pm Carpet Bowls Pam Howard Tel: 788541
3.45 – 8.15pm Tap and Disco – Children. Julie Ash Tel: 897034
7.00 – 10.00pm Short Mat Bowls George Rusted Tel: 789124
6.00 – 7.15pm Fun Exercise Dance Class Tracey Tel: 07854 943490
7.30 – 8.30pm Aerobics Julie Ash Tel: 897034
FIRST THURSDAY OF MONTH
2.00 – 4.00pm Harleston Flower Club Jenni Baker Tel: 782377
6.30pm-7.45pm Pregnancy Yoga Jacqueline Tel: 01603 631900
Booking Clerk: Sheila Rusted Tel: 01986 789124
email: [email protected]
Chairman and Key Holder: Simon Leggett
The Bowls Match for the cup was played inside this year between the Short Mat, and Outside Bowlers. The winners were Short Mat, getting revenge for being thrashed outside last year. The game is played each year to celebrate Norfolk Day and is not an issue of winning or losing, but to enjoy the evening with friends.
After the match we had food and a raffle, which was brought in by the players. Our thanks go to Bespoke Outdoor Spaces for donating the a lovely glass Trophy which was represented to the winning captain Chris Roberts by the outside President Jethro Free.
If you would like to bowl inside or out come a long and have a go.