Holy Trinity Church Christmas Fair is on 24th November if you would like a stall please get in touch….
The next Book Club is on 21st November – Wednesday at The Derby Arms, Prescot Rd, Aughton, Ormskirk Lancs L39 6TA.
Book: “Born Survivors” by Wendy Holden.
Edward McCarthy. 19-9-18.
Today 9th September was our First Communion Service with baptism.
Thanks to everyone who came and everyone who helped.
Bickerstaffe News and Dates
Special church services at 10.45am in 2018
September magazine – BickerMag Sep 2018
Local Job Vacancies-
Good afternoon would anyone be interested in some work with adults with learning disabilities? Get in touch for more information……
Supporting people to go to the gym, cinema, panto, shops or to take part in group activities.
No closing date ongoing.
On Saturday 14th June Holy Trinity Bickerstaffe’s Summer Fair took place on the Parish Field.
The afternoon included the Summer Fair was opened by Rev Martin Adams. Attractions included stalls such as the grand raffle, tombola, cake stall, plant stall, fancy goods, book stall , cake raffle, face paints, birds of prey, and more besides!
Raffle prizes included tickets for two Virgin Trains Standard return tickets, wine, a Booths Voucher, a Vintage Inns Voucher, a Derby Arms Voucher and more.
The afternoon raised £858.70 for church funds.
On Sunday 15th July it was the Civic Service and walk. The congregation and local dignitaries walked from Heyes Croft along Church Rd to Church. The Civic Service included the Deputy Mayor and Deputy Mayoress of West Lancashire (Cllr Gaynor Owens and Bernie Green), Borough Councillor for Bickerstaffe (Paul Cotterill), Bickerstaffe School Headteacher (Mrs Maggie Teachen) and children, Bickerstaffe Parish Council Clerk Jackie Smith and Parish Cllr Brian Shufflebotham, representatives from the Brownies/ Guides , Bickerstaffe Mother’s Union , Bickerstaffe W.I , representatives of local charity Sporting Challenge and of course the church congregation itself.
The special service featuring the church choir was to acknowledge all the organisations and groups in Bickerstaffe and to thank them for what they do.
Then a group photograph was taken inside church followed by a whole community bring and share lunch. The church would like to thanks everyone who helped on both days.
Reverend Andrew Housley said: “The Summer Fair and the Civic Service were wonderful opportunities to gather as a community and celebrate all that makes Bickerstaffe a special place.”