Posts by Bryony Taylor

A powerful one-man play comes to Clowne

On Friday 28th June at 7.30pm Clowne Parish Church are staging the Hand on the Tap production ‘Without Malice or Ill Will’, an award winning play written and performed by Ray Castleton. The main character, Geoff Marsh began his working life as a coal miner. Ten years later he became a Police Officer. Ten Years after that he faced his old mates across the picket lines during the year-long strike. A year which became the most bitter and divisive in…

Introducing Refresh: a new evening service at Clowne

Our Thursday morning Eucharist at Clowne at 9.15am has sadly declined in numbers over the last year or so (average attendance is 3). The PCC came to the reluctant decision to stop offering this service and encourage current attendees to go to the same service which is provided at St James Barlborough at 10.15am on a Thursday morning. As we are stopping this 9.15am service, we have made the decision to introduce a new monthly evening service for Clowne called…

Help us make a home for swifts at Barlborough

We intend to install wooden boxes for swifts to nest in with webcams in our church tower at St James Barlborough so that people can view their activity online. This is a great opportunity for young and old to enjoy watching these fascinating birds and contribute to their conservation. You can help! £35 pays for a box, £50 for a camera. Please donate what you can by visiting this link: https://tinyurl.com/swiftappeal or writing a cheque payable to St James Church…

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