Sunday, 30 December 2012

Village News | 30 December 2012

This was a great success with 9 local organisations receiving £104-29 each.There was also a donation made to Lea school.
Our grateful thanks go to Lol and Jenny from the Rose and Crown for allowing us to hold the market there and for providing the soup and the Christmas cake.There is to be a meeting to discuss this year's market shortly.
This Sunday's service is Holy Communion starting at 9-30 am.

The club held the annual presentation night in the Rose and Crown on the 21st December.
After a very enjoyable Christmas meal Councillor J.Milne (standing in for president J.Thurlby) presented awards to Martyn Snell, Ben Barker, Jack Seneshall, Toby Roberts, Todd Wray, Harry Mann, Colin roebuck and John Alsop.
Past chair, P.Rushton, thanked Ben Alsop for the good job he had done over the past year as vice chairman standing in for the present chairman many times he also thanked him for leading the Sunday team to victory in the North Lindsey Cup and for finishing second in the league.  Ben then thanked the secretary D Farrow for his hard work over the last year also his Dad John Alsop for looking after the ground and the tea ladies for providing the Sunday teas.Peter thanked the Rose and Crown for putting on the meal and the raffle ticket sellers The club hope to field teams in the Wednesday evening league and Sunday league this year,anyone wishing to play, please contact D.Farrow or J. Alsop.

A festivals of lessons and Carols was held in the Methodist chapel on the 23rd December Led by Rev. K.Lacondby, lessons were read by P.Fotheringham, Stuart Sleight, D.Jubbs, C.Pugsley, J.Anderson, P.Rushton, G.Hobart. Readings and sketches were done by B.Ingleton, P.Fotheringham,and Stewart and Julie Barrow.

The Trentside Singers sang several Christmas songs. Mrs Jenny Fotheringham was the organist. The evening concluded with tea/coffee and mince pies.

Children from Lea School gave a wonderful nativity performance in All Saints church, Upton.  The School choir were also helping with the play. After the nativity service a Christingle was held and looked beautiful in the darkened Church.
The School is to be congratulated on this wonderful performance.
Written by Mrs L Alsop