Calling all potential campanologists!
Mark Rowland from Wray has kindly agreed to lead & train potential bell-ringers at the Church in the New Year.
This group will meet on either a Monday or Wednesday evening (to be decided) from 7pm to 8pm.
The sessions for the first two weeks will be held on a Thursday evening at St. Margaret's Church in Hornby, as the bells there are lighter & easier to pull than the bells at St. James the Less.
If you have been quietly nursing a desire to learn about bell-ringing, now is your opportunity!
Please register your interest with Linda Kirkby at email@example.com
or Margaret Whatmough at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 07796 661891
The Friends of St. James the Less Church, Lower Tatham
invite you to join them at the Church
Sunday, February 25th 2018, from 2:30 pm to 4 pm
for an afternoon concert in the company of the
( Cumbria Life Choir of the Year 2017)
Under their musical director, Ian Jones, the Church will resound with pieces from their
"Music in Quiet Places" programme.
Light refreshments will be served after the performance.
Tickets ~ £10 ~ from:
Sue Wood ~ 015242 21170
Rita Murphy ~ 07962 710078
email ~ email@example.com
A date for your diary ~ Saturday, March 17th 2018
On this date, starting at 1pm and finishing at 4.30pm, a special exhibition will be held in the Church devoted to the memories
of The First World War.
This event is being staged jointly by the Tatham History Society & the Friends of St. James the Less Church.
The exhibition will include army uniforms & other items of kit, medals, documents & weaponry.
During the day there will be 3 talks given by Stephen Roberts, Mike Winstanley & John Wilson.
Light refreshments will be served throughout the day which will include "trench cake" made by Stephen.
No charge will be made on the day, but any donations are welcomed, which will go to the British Legion & to the Church.
"Turner, Tatham & Hornby"
Sunday, 22nd April 2018 ~2pm-4pm ~ in the Church
Join art curator Rhian Addison as she explores JMWTurner's life & the legacy of his painting " Hornby Castle from Tatham Church", which is at The V & A Museum in London, amongst one of the richest collections of watercolours by Turner in the world.
Using visual analysis & archival records, Rhian will explore Turner's tour of Lancashire, his interpretation of Tatham & Hornby, the work's origins & how it has previously been misinterpreted.
Click on the link below for further details of these courses....learn how to recover a footstool or dining chair, or make a footstool from new.
Upholstery Classes and Workshops:
Upholstery classes are on Wednesday mornings from 9.30am to 12.30pm with tuition. You can learn to re-cover a chair or stool or make a footstool from scratch.
Upholstery workshops are on Wednesday afternoons from 1.30 – 4.30pm for those with some experience. All tools and equipment provided and help given. Bring your project and enjoy yourself!
Booking is essential please as numbers are limited. Telephone Sue Marsden on: 07836 500091 or email : firstname.lastname@example.org
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