What’s On November/December

Online Advent Course

‘Humbug and Happiness.’ A Four-week course starting on Tuesday 1st December at 6.30pm (for one hour). The course is based on the 1951 classic film ‘Scrooge’ starring Alastair Sim. A Zoom Invitation will be sent by email the week before and we hope that you can join us. We recommend that you watch the film before the first session – the entire film can be watched on YouTube just search Scrooge 1951 or you may want to buy a copy of the DVD.

Woolley Village Calender

This calendar featuring photographs of Woolley Village and surrounding countryside is now on sale in Notton Village shop for £10.00. The money raised will help provide vital funds for our link parish of Tarime in Tanzania.

A Zoom Christmas Auction

On Friday Dec 4th starting at 7-00pm Switch on your computer and you will be invited to join Items already pledged include:

A case of Cava; two Christmas Hampers; A Bee Keeping Experience; A Surprise Christmas Box, a meal for 2 at a lovely local restaurant and a signed copy of Piers Morgan’s latest book!

If you would like to donate an item or experience please email: info@woolleychurch.org.uk or contact Jane Lister, Melanie Allen, Juliet Maddan or Claire Slater.

All proceeds are for the upkeep of our beautiful old church St Peter’s, which is particularly in need of lots of TLC this year.

Christmas Nativity Trail

To help us feel more festive at the end of this difficult year, Woolley Church is creating a Nativity Trail around the village. It will be on display from mid-December.   Maps will be available to download or pickup and at each scene there will be a description, a letter to collect and a hidden robin for the family to find. We would love as many volunteers as possible to do a simple scene outside of their house (visible from a footpath). We have a list of ideas and characters that could range from simple crib figures to models made from wood, straw or cement.  If you would like to take part please email janelister3@gmail.com by 20th November or discuss your ideas with the committee of Kathryn Goldsmith, Melanie Allen,  and Penny Woolhouse.