Archive for February 2012
Farmer, Margaret Brown, an Elder at Wooler United Reformed Church is leading a guided tour of the newly archived material created by Sheep Tales and Spinning Yarns. Hear all the stories using material rooted in oral history to old photos and a mix of farming artefacts. Promises to be a good night. £2 for Refreshments. The crack is free. See below (Oswald) Dos Donnovan, shepherd at Wooler United Reformed Church. Wednesday 29th Feb 7.30 pm.
Erskine, Belford 1st Messy Church on the Sheep Tales and Spinning Yarns theme of the Good Shepherd was a huge success with 22 children attending with their parents and a further 9 adult helpers. Fabulous play, worship and food. Dates for a future Messy Church to be 1st Monday of the month, March 5th and April 2nd. No Messy Church on Bank Holiday Mondays in May and June.
The church with Crookham Garden Club hosted Gardens Question Time on the 12th March 2012 and it was broadcast shortly afterwards. Dave asks a horticultural question on plants for a peace garden.
The next meeting of Flooden Peace and Reconciliation Centre at Crookham is Wednesday 30th May both meetings at The Blue Bell, Crookham. All are welcome to attend and contribute to the project.
You can hear Dave asking his question and the panel’s answers by playing this audio file:
Or you can listen to the entire show from Crookham by playing this audio file, the opening gives an introduction to the church, village, Flodden and the Peace Centre: