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1:46pm Friday 6th September 2013 in News
Ladies' groups organise high tea
Three Aireborough ladies’ groups joined forces to provide an afternoon of entertainment and high tea at Guiseley Methodist Church for Aireborough Volunteer Service for the Elderly Disabled Thursday group.
The elderly people were brought by minibus, accompanied by volunteer helpers from their usual meeting place at St John’s Church Hall in Yeadon to be entertained by local singer Emma James.
A wonderful high tea of sandwiches and homemade cakes was then followed by more entertainment including some audience participation when some helpers were persuaded to take part in a song with Emma. The audience applauded their courage.
The ladies of Aireborough Inner Wheel, the Soroptomists and Guiseley Methodist Church World and Neighbourhood Group were thanked for a lovely afternoon.
METHODIST CHURCH: To mark the start of the new Methodist year, the Rev Nick Baker conducted the covenant service on Sunday morning. Coffee stop is open today from 10am to 11.30am. The preacher on Sunday morning is Fiona Kendall and there is a circuit service at Bramhope in the evening. Tuesday prayers recommences this week at 9.30am and at 2.30pm Mr Baker will address the women’s fellowship.
BRIDGE CLUB: On Thursday, August 29, six and a half tables played 26 boards, winners: 1st Mrs Banks & Mr Spencer, 2nd Mr Flockton & Mr Martin, 3rd Mr Bridge & Mr Dracup.