Church notices for Sunday 17th September
Harvest Thanksgiving services will be held in Tweedsmuir and Stobo churches next Sunday (224th September). Donations of dried and tinned goods and toiletries welcomed. These will be taken to the Muirhouse Community Shop on Pennywell Road in Edinburgh. This shop serves the local communities of Muirhouse and West Pilton with whom the Parishes of Upper Tweeddale have long had a connection.
Weekly Listening Hour. From Tuesday 19th September 10.30am to 11.30am,in the Laurelbank Café, Broughton Rev Tony Foley will make himself available once a week on a Tuesday morning for an hour. Join him at his table if you have something, anything you think might be helped by a word from or to Tony.
The first meeting of the season for The Guild will be held this Wednesday 20th September at 2.30pm in Broughton Village Hall. The speaker will be Angela Davidson project co-ordinator for TCAT(Transforming Care After Treatment), a joint project between Scottish Borders Council, British Red Cross, NHS Borders and FitBorders. All welcome to what will be an interesting talk for our area
This year’s Harvest Supper will take place in Broughton Village Hall on Saturday 30th September starting at 6pm.. Good food, tuneful music, children’s activities, quizzes and prizes. An evening not to be missed. Admission is by donation and the money raised will go this year towards a small polytunnel to help the children of Broughton Primary grow even better vegetables. Donations of home baking would also be appreciated.
The Guild invites you to a Beetle Drive on Friday 6th October in Broughton Village Hall starting at 6pm. A fun evening for all the family. No brain power or artistic qualifications needed.. although there will be a prize for the best drawn beetle among other things.. Adults £5, school age children £2 which includes refreshments at half time . For more information, call John Burnett 830303.
Services next Sunday
Broughton and Skirling Mrs Isobel Hunter
Tweeedsmuir and Stobo Rev Tony Foley