Monday, 11 January 2016

Village News


It all seems a long while ago now, but Upton and Kexby had a busy time,
Starting with the Christmas Market, held in the Rose and Crown, with most village organisations taking part and a Bishop to open the affair, helped by Lea School choir.
Then came confirmation in All Saints church, Upton taken by the Bishop of Grimsby.
The Christmas Tree festival was a great success with around 20 trees decorated and donated by village organisations, businesses and local residents. The tombola stall during the weekend was well supported.
The weekend finished off with a carol service with the Methodist congregation
Taken by Rev Phillip Wain.
The Christmas morning Eucharist was also well supported.


The house on Padmoor Lane had, until Thursday afternoon, a huge oak tree in the front of the house. Now it is no more because it fell down on Thursday, closing the road and disrupting services.  The house will renamed, probably called The Rectory
in future.


Last week was in aid of the Junior Cricketer's, winners were "Bernard's Gang & "The No Hoper's"
£130 was raised, this week is for the Playing Fields.


This Sunday (17th.)
Church :- Morning Prayer @ 8-30
Chapel :- Service @  10-30

Report sent in by A Rushton