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Lego Service today

Today’s Family Service on Sunday 10th February was a special Lego Service led by Andrew.

Here are some photos.

Lego Weekend

Lego Exhibition and Service

There will be a Lego Exhibition at Holy Trinity Bickerstaffe on Saturday 9th February from 12noon. Refreshments will be served. If you would like to exhibit Lego you have made, please bring it along. This will be followed on Sunday 10th February with a special Lego inspired service.

Holy Trinity Church Bickerstaffe.

 

 

 

Bickerstaffe Remembers

Bickerstaffe Remembers:
The centenary of the end of the World War One will be marked in Bickerstaffe by a range of events to which everyone is invited. Bickerstaffe Church will host an exhibition of art created by the children of Bickerstaffe School along with a Poppy Waterfall and Silent Soldiers to commemorate the Fallen. The North Aisle will host a display of WW1 related local history – fascinating photographs, objects and information relating to Bickerstaffe and its soldiers, alongside a display featuring Lathom Park and the warhorses. On Friday 9th November everyone is warmly invited to a WW1 themed concert in Church beginning at 7.30 featuring local choirs, individual singers and other wartime entertainment. The exhibition will be open on Friday evening during the concert and from 12 noon until 3pm on Saturday, 10th November. Refreshments will be available on both days. Entrance is free to the concert and exhibitions – donations to the poppy appeal will be welcome.

www.holytrinitybickerstaffe.co.uk

Our bat

“Two weeks ago I discovered a bat in church tucked up asleep under the altar cloths. It’s been around since then going up to the balcony. Yesterday back by the altar. So today with Mum’s help we caught it in a bat containment box. Then I rang a local Bat volunteer who came from Billinge , it’s an unusual type of pipistrelle a male. In good health, information broken nail and he was very thirsty. He will be released back to Bickerstaffe in a few days. No flash was used to take photos.”

Edward McCarthy. 19-9-18.