Knighton theatre, coffee and plants, quiz, sale, Forget-Me-Not Day, Sunday services and more (From Hereford Times)
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Knighton theatre, coffee and plants, quiz, sale, Forget-Me-Not Day, Sunday services and more
8:00am Thursday 17th May 2012 in Knighton
THEATRE - Churches Together in Knighton and District present Riding Lights Roughshod Theatre Company in Take the World, an entertaining comic ride that has a hard edge, cutting back to the message of an ancient book with a contemporary bite. On a beautiful, crazed, spinning planet seven billion people are making sense of it all. Five of them are about to hit your neighbourhood on Saturday at 7.30pm in St Edward’s Church Hall. Tickets are £4/£2 (under-10s free) on the door or call 01547 520053 or 529296 to reserve.
COFFEE AND PLANTS - There will be a coffee morning, plant sale, book a nd cake stalls at the church hall, Knighton on Saturday, from 10.30am-noon.
QUIZ - There will be a quiz night at the Knighton Hotel on May 25, at 7pm, to raise money for the PTA of John Beddoes School, Presteigne. Teams of four £10. For more information, call 07977 885998.
SALE - Norton Street Baptist Church will be holding its annual spring sale on Saturday, in the church, starting at 2.30pm. There will be cakes, bric-a-brac, clothes and toys for sale.
FORGET-ME-NOT DAY - The annual Amnesty forget-me-not day will be next Thursday, May 24, when members of the local Amnesty group will be floating paper boats in a small pool outside the upholstery shop in Broad Street. Members of the public will be asked to choose a boat and either write a message of goodwill to put in the boat or put some forget-me-not flowers in the boat and place it in the water.
SUNDAY SERVICES - Knighton Methodist Church, 11am led by Frank Hooley. Knighton Baptist Church, 11am communion led by Rev Maggie Rich. Knighton Catholic Church, 11am Holy Mass. St Edward’s, 9.30am morning worship led by Rev Melia Cope. St David’s, Whitton, 9.30am Holy Communion led by Rev Peter Cope. St Andrew’s, Norton, 11am Holy Communion led by Rev Melia Cope.
COFFEE - A coffee morning in memory of Sam Vaughan who died in a car accident will be held at his home at 1 Caefelyn, Norton, on Saturday, from 10.30am-noon. There will be a tombola, plants, cakes, bric-a-brac and raffle. Entry £1. IN MEMORY - A coffee morning organised by Natalie Franklin and Kimberley Weston in memory of their grandmother Gladys Weston raised £1,153.68 to be divided between the Wales Air Ambulance and Macmillan Cancer Support. The event took place at Knighton Bowling Club and was very well attended. There were hundreds of cakes for sale and a very large selection of raffle prizes. MOONIES - Six members of staff from Knighton Primary school known as the Moonies raised £401 for cancer care charities by selling cakes, burgers, hot dogs and drinks to people attending Felindre sheepdog trials. Pauline Vogel, Kirsty Dewhirst, Vanessa Gibbons, Mandy Evans, Edith Wood and Ann Taylor made nearly all the cakes themselves and worked from 6am till 6pm at the event. The six have been raising money for cancer charities for several years, starting when they did the London Moonwalk. They have also raised money by holding two sleepovers at the school for pupils. At the sheepdog trials the ladies got to meet some of the competitors as well as Welsh TV presenter, singer and farmer Dai Jones. SNOWDON WALK - Friends, colleagues and customers of Tuffins’ stores in Knighton and Craven Arms are among about 30 people so far signing up to walk up Mount Snowdon in fancy dress to raise money for the neonatal unit in Shrewsbury. The unit is currently caring for 16-weeks-premature Faith Langston, daughter of Knighton store deputy manager John Paul and wife Vikki, from Craven Arms. Cash will also help the couple with their travelling costs to see Faith in hospital. There is a ‘Faith for Faith’ page on Facebook that so far has over 1,370 members. On the site there are regular prayers to ask for Faith’s continued progress. Faith, born weighing 1lb 10oz, is now weighing in at 2lb 7oz and is able to go for short periods breathing unaided. Her mum Vikki spends every day at the hospital and dad John Paul and Faith’s big sister Amber, six, make visits as often as they can. Faith will be staying in the neonatal unit until at least her due date in July. The walk up Snowdon will be on May 29. For more information for anyone who wants to take part in the walk or to support the walkers, call Dan on 07814 770571. Donations can also be given to one of the organisers in Tuffins, Knighton.