The August issue of the Parish Magazine has now been published. It is available in printed form in the church, or you can access it in PDF form on this web site using this link.
The July issue of the Parish Magazine has now been published. It is available in printed form in the church, or you can access it in PDF form on this web site using this link.
The June issue of the Parish Magazine is now available, and for the first time you can not only buy a copy in the church, but you can access it on-line, via the web. It is in the form of a PDF file, so as long as you have Reader of an equivalent on your computer (and Adobe Reader is free, and often installed already on a new computer), you can access it. Just use the links on the right of this page to select Parish Magazine (under publications) to find out more, or for the June issue, just click here.
The Mothers’ Union Deanery Festival will be held at St Edmund’s on Wednesday 18th May at 7pm – don’t miss it!
Following the Annual Parochial Church Meeting the following people were elected to serve the church for the next twelve months:
Churchwardens: Mrs Anne Mullaney, Mr Adrian Baillie
Deanery representatives: Mr Jon Harcourt, Mr Gerald Mullaney
Members of the PCC: Mr Malcolm Clews, Mr Paul Flavell, Mr Graham Foulkes, Miss Beryl Harris, Mrs J Lamert, Mrs Mary McGraghan
Mrs Hilary Atkins has stepped down from the PCC. We thank her for her commitment during her term of service, particularly for her expertise on the Chancel Repair Liability.
Church Treasurer: Mr Jon Harcourt
Secretary to the PCC: Mrs Mary McGraghan
The meeting will be held following the morning service.
This is an important meeting where the officers for the next 12 months will be appointed. Please make every effort to attend.
This event was held in the church on the morning of 9th April, and was very well supported.
Donations and the proceeds of the sale of the cakes afterwards went towards the Mayor’s Charities.
The first stage of the judging was carried out by the Brierley Hill Inner Wheel, who picked out 3 items from each of the categories. They obviously enjoyed themselves!
The final judging was carried out by the Mayor and Mayoress, and involved some difficult choices.
Once the order of the positions had been sorted out, certificates and prizes were handed out to the winners.
This was one of the most spectacular entries, though it wasn’t actually a prize winner.
More photographs below …