Cawthorne Jubilee Museum Winter Lectures
Easter Monday, 22 April. Annual General Meeting
followed by Changes in Cawthorne, 1930’s, 1940’s and 1950’s. To be held
in the Parish Room at 7.30 pm. Members £2, non-members £3, including
refreshments. Would members please note that this date has changed from
the one printed in your Lecture Programme.
Thursday, 4 April at 7.30pm, Moxon Room, Village Hall - Annual Meeting of the Parish
who is registered on the Electoral Register for Cawthorne is eligible
to attend. Reports will be given on the work and finance of the Parish
Council over the past 12 months. In addition a report will be given on
the Neighbourhood Plan. If you have any concerns or matters you wish to
raise with the Parish Council this is your opportunity to do so.
Friday, 5 April : 6.00pm - 8.00pm
Methodist Church - Pie and Pea Supper and Quiz Night - Ticket only event - tickets £6.00 (under 12's £3.00) Tickets availaable from Post Office, Verena, Grace or Margaret.
Saturday, 13 April at 7.30pm at Cawthorne Parish Church - Cawthorne Choral Society
'Reflections on Easter' - A Selection of Easter music including Faures Requiem with guest soloists
Tickets priced £8, under 16 £4 available from
Post Office, Village Store & Choir members.
Wednesday, 17 April : 10.00am - 12.00noon
All Saints' Church Cawthorne
'Easter Messy Church' - Stories, Crafts, Food & Fun - Everyone Welcome. All children must be accompanied by parent or guardian.
Cawthorne Victoria Jubilee Museum will open on Sunday, 14 April until Sunday, 27 October
hope you will visit our new Exhibition - 'Costumes, Crafts and
Curiosities' - to include unseen treasures from our Attic - some now on
display for the very first time. WE ARE OPEN SATURDAYS, SUNDAYS AND
BANK HOLIDAY MONDAYS 2.00PM - 5.00PM
Easter Monday, 22 April : 2.00pm - 4.00pm
Methodist Church - Afternoon Tea Event
- Don't miss it !!! - Tickets £8.00 (Under 12's £4.00) available from Post Office, Verena, Grace or Margaret.
Easter Monday, 22 April in the Parish Room at 7.30pm - Cawthorne Victoria Jubilee
Museum Winter Lectures - Annual General Meeting followed by Ray Bull presenting "Changes in Cawthorne, 1930’s, 1940’s and 1950’s."
£2, Non-members £3, including refreshments. Would members please note
that this date has changed from the one printed in your Lecture
Sunday, 28 April - Neighbourhood Plan public event - Parish Room
Saturday, 27 April at 7.00pm at Cawthorne Village Hall - Cawthorne Band
night, music and entertainment presented by Cawthorne Band - Tickets
£7.50 available from Cawthorne Post Office or band members. Cabaret
style event with a difference including Quiz, Raffle and light
refreshments. Bring your own bottle. Everyone is encouraged to dress
in 60's style - Prize for the best dressed.
- 11.00am - 2.00pm
invitation to the people of Cawthorne to come and let us know what they
think of our First Draft Plan. Copies of the plan will be available to
peruse and we will endeavour to answer any questions posed.
Saturday 11th May - Manchester Chorale
Concert - How can I keep from singing?
All Saint's Parish Curch, 7.30pm. More information
2 - 4 August 2019 at Cinderhill Farm -
Tuesday, 7 May at 7.30pm in Parish Room
Cawthorne Open Gardens Planning Meeting
opening their garden or planning to help in any way is invited to
attend - SEE What's On section for more information. Plants needed for Garden Stall - see info opposite
Thursday, 23 May at 6.30pm
All Saints' Church - Service
of Dedication of the memorial to the ten men and boys who died in the
1821 Norcroft Pit disaster. Refreshments will be served afterwards in
the Church Hall.
Underneath the Stars Music and Arts Festival
are well underway for the 6th festival to include The Proclaimers, Bill
Bragg and Kate Rusby plus other artists to be confirmed.
Please see 'Whats On' for more information, volunteering and details of how to get tickets.
Cawthorne Open Gardens : 22/23 June 2019 - Next Planning Meeting - Tuesday, 7 May at 7.30pm in the Parish Room
This event draws people from miles around and its continued popularity has provided a substantial income to help sustain the Parish Church building. For the 2019 event we would like to include new gardens, as well as old, so if you think you would like to take part, let us know. Your garden does not have to be of showcase standard, it just has to be interesting - quirky, unusual, big or small. Just as importantly, a successful event needs plenty of volunteers, so if you feel you haven't a suitable garden, please offer to lend a hand - there will be plenty to do, with catering, parking, programme selling, assisting in the gardens, all needing willing hands. We want Open Gardens to be a real village event, as inclusive as possible, so that not only the Church will benefit, but also the many shops and organisations the village enjoys. It will be hard work but we aim to make it enjoyable so all taking part can look back on pride on a worthwhile weekend.
Plants will be needed for the Garden Stall so if you are dividing perennials, weeding out plants that have seeded or sewing annuals please consider potting up some of these and caring for them until June. Plants will need to be taken to the Village Green early on 22 June or collection can be arranged in the week before the event.
Viv and Roger Perry 01226 792067 email: firstname.lastname@example.orgUnderneath the Stars Music and Arts Festival : 2-4 August 2019 at Cinderhill Farm
Plans are well under way for the 6th Underneath the Stars Festival. Artists are still being confirmed but we are delighted to announce
THE PROCLAIMERS, BILL BRAGG AND KATE RUSBY
Alongside our leading performers we have a stellar weekend of music and arts
programmed with an exciting mix of musical genres as well as a magical selection of street theatre and family arts. Don't forget, volunteers get their weekend ticket in exchange for 3 shifts over the festival weekend.
For further information about the festival, to volunteer
or to buy tickets,
please see the website: www.underthestarsfest.co.uk
or 01226 767872
Cannon Hall Restoration Work
To get involved and find out more visit the website www.cannon-hall.com and if you would like to take part in our Volunteering programme every Monday and Thursday contact Annice Fuller at email@example.com or call 01226 772002.
Cawthorne Victoria Jubilee Museum
Cawthorne Victoria Jubilee
Museum will open on Sunday 14th April 2019 until Sunday 27th October
2019 with a new Exhibition, Costumes, Crafts & Curiosities. Open
Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays from 2.00 pm to 5.00 pm.
Group visits can be arranged anytime, please ring 01226 790545 or 790246
for more information
Cawthorne Brass Band
Every Thursday 6.30pm - 7.30pm,Village Hall
Cawthorne Brass Band are delighted
to invite young and old to learn to play. No experience needed, just enthusiasm. We are very lucky to be able to offer free tuition by John Grinnell, former Head of Barnsley Education Music Services.
A small fee will be charged to cover costs - just turn up.Enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org or facebook or website cawthornebrassband.co.uk
Every Thursday 10.00 - 11.30am
Cawthorne Methodist Church, Darton Road
All proceeds to Charity : £1 for coffee/tea and biscuits
Antique Fair - Village Hall
Last Sunday in the month
10.00am - 4.00pm
Parents' Association need help from Online Shoppers!
We have recently joined the easy fundraising group and we are now appealing for all
online shoppers to help our cause. We are a small rural school which sadly is missing out
on funding from the government and council due to our location and the type of pupils we
attract. Therefore we are always looking for ways to fund our school with equipment and
basic needs. Everyone can help and even those with no connection to the school.
Please go online, login to easy fundraising.org.uk and find our school's name - Cawthorne Primary School
Everytime you shop with over 3,000 sites, we will get a percentage of your shop e.g. Asda,
Argos, Ebay, Travel companies, insurance etc. at no extra cost to you.
Everyone who shops online can help.