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News from Haworth, Stanbury
2:13pm Thursday 12th September 2013 in News
Friday: Zumba at West Lane Methodist Church from 9-10am, contact Melanie on 07962 341938. Scar Top Chapel revival prayer meeting from 7.30-8.30pm.
Haworth Cinema New Season opens with Man of Steel (12A) at 7.30pm at West Lane Baptist Church. Adults £3, Children £1.50.
Saturday: Hall Green Church Book Point, 1-4pm. Zumba, 10am at West Lane Methodist Church’s Grimshaw Centre. A guided six-mile walk to Damems and Ingrow starts at Holden Hall, Oakworth, at 10.30am led by Anthony Green, packed lunch recommended, contact (01274) 432666.
Sunday: Church services: Today it is the Churches Together pulpit swop. Stanbury Church, morning prayer at 9.30am. Haworth Parish Church, family worship at 10.45am led by Methodist lay preacher, Maurice Baren. West Lane Methodist Church, morning service at 10.30am with the Rev Peter Wilson. West Lane Baptist Church, morning service at 10.30am and evening holy communion service both with the Rev Chris Upton. Hall Green Baptist Church, morning family service at 10.30am and evening meeting at 6pm. Our Lady of Lourdes, Ebor Lane, holy mass at 10am. Scar Top Chapel service at 2.45pm, with local preacher Wendy Craven. FERN Christian Fellowship meet in the Methodist Church Hall at 6.30pm.
Monday: Haworth Parish Church Bell ringing practice at 7.30pm. Haworth Brass Band rehearsal at 7.45pm. K9 Capers dog training at West Lane Methodist Church Hall at 7pm for puppies and 7.30pm for older dogs, contact Kathryn Smith on 635290. Toddler and baby yoga class every Monday at Thornfield, Station Road, at 1-2pm for babies and 2-3pm for toddlers, contact Nicola Resell on 07775 535006. Fit friends running club, every Monday at 7 pm. from the Medical Centre car park. Tuesday: FERN Christian Fellowship meet at 7.45pm at the Methodist Church Hall. Weight Watchers meets at 6.15pm at West Lane Baptist Church, contact Joanne Cutts on 07939 564773. Karate class from 6.30-8pm. at West Lane Methodist Church Hall, contact Mo Ilyas on 600407.
Wednesday: Haworth Senior Citizens meet at 2-3.30pm at West Lane Methodist Church Hall, contact Doreen Robinson on 648928. Weight Watchers at 9.30am at West Lane Baptist Church, contact Joanne 07939 564773. Hall Green Church, prayer and Bible study meeting at 8pm. Little Ladybirds baby and toddler group, community centre, 10-11.30am. Craft evening, 7.30-9.30pm, Wuthering Heights Inn, Stanbury, contact Nicci on (01535) 643332. West Lane Baptist Amateur Operatic Society – rehearsal at 7.30pm. Ladies Fashion Show by Edinburgh Woollen Mill at West Lane Baptist Church on at 7.30pm. Entry £2 including refreshments.
The Haworth Exhibition Trust makes small grants to assist students in further education who live in and attended schools in the Worth Valley. Application forms are available at the Haworth Medical Practice. Closing date is the September 27.
The Great Stanbury Harvest Festival Bake-off will take place on Saturday, September 28 at St Gabriel’s Church, Stanbury, from 1-4pm. Competitors display goodies 12-1pm and from 6.30pm there will be results, entertainment and supper. Categories are best traditional cake, cup cake, savoury tart, fruit tart, biscuit, conserve/pate, children’s cake/bun (under 15s), handicraft item, home-grown produce and best groomed and behaved pet. In the evening there will be best turn and sing along. Contact Lesley O’Brien on (01535) 648009 or Alison Wright on (01535) 642263 to enter the competition, or simply turn up on the day.
There will be a concert by the York Military Wives Choir will be at Haworth Parish Church on Saturday, September 21 at 7.30pm. Tickets at £10 are available from Nikky Carroll at Firth’s of Haworth, Top of Main Street, (01535) 643800 or ring me, Jens Hislop, on (01535) 644444. Proceeds are for Soldiers, Sailors and Airmen’s Families Association.
The Stanbury and District WI will hold a ladies fashion show by Edinburgh Woollen Mill at West Lane Baptist Church on Wednesday, September 18 at 7.30pm. Entry £2 including refreshments, non-members welcome.
The Haworth & Oxenhope District Bridleways Group’s next monthly meeting is on Tuesday, September 24 when the talk will be on winter feeding. The final pleasure ride of the season is on Sunday, September 29 (Grainwater Bridge) and there will be an in-hand fun show on Penistone Hill on Saturday, October 12. Meetings are held at the Old White Lion, Haworth, at 8pm, preceded by a junior meeting at 6.45pm. For further details about the club or future meetings and competitions, contact Gill Burgess (01535) 644347; 07799 614763 e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit hodbg.org.
The Worth Valley Horticultural Society set up in 2012 to organise a late flower and vegetable show was a great success, attracting exhibitors from a wide area. The show this year focusing on chrysanthemums, dahlias, pot plants, fruit and vegetables, will be held at Haworth Community Centre, Butt Lane, on Sunday, September 29 from 2-4.15 pm. Entries will be taken until 11am on the show day. There will be raffle tickets on sale and an auction after the show. Schedules are available from Mike Cunningham on (01535) 215141 or visit worthvalley.org.
The next bingo evening is on Saturday, September 21 at 7.30pm at Haworth Community Centre.
Worth Valley First Responders are local volunteers trained by the Yorkshire Ambulance Service, who respond to local emergency calls. Their aim is to assist and treat people who need assistance from the ambulance service until their care can be handed over to an ambulance crew. More responders are needed now. Please contact Tracy Laycock on 07908 212455 for more details of how you could help.
Haworth Riding For the Disabled are asking for voluntary help for a couple of hours each week on Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday mornings from 10am-noon or on Saturdays from 9.15am-1.25pm. Full training, insurance and unlimited tea and coffee will be given. Further information on (01535) 649448.
CarelinK befriending scheme can provide support and companionship to older people who live alone and do not have many visitors. CarelinK can arrange for one of its volunteer befrienders to visit each week for a cuppa and a chat, or perhaps to take a short walk together. Volunteers are police checked and vetted. To use this free service or to become a volunteer befriender to elderly people in this area, contact coordinator Maureen Basierak on 609506 at the volunteer centre.