Notices

For October services please visit the Home page.

Please Note that from 1st November St Mary’s Carlton-le-Moorland will be closed for building work until further notice.

 

Orpheus Male Voice Choir

Saturday  30th October  7.00p.m. we  welcome the Lincoln Orpheus  Male Voice  Choir to  St Mary’s Carlton Le  Moorland.  We  expect this to be the last  event in church  before the  building  work  commences. This  promises to be a  wonderful evening of  choral  music.  Do  come along!

Tickets are  £8  each and include a complimentary  glass of  wine  and  light refreshments. Tickets  will be  available  from the  4th October  from: –  Greens  of  Bassingham; the  White Hart,  Carlton Le  Moorland;  and  from Andrew and  Ingrid (tel.01522 788748) 

REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY SERVICES

Sunday 14th November

9.30am : St Germain’s Churchyard, Thurlby

10.15am : St Michael’s Church and War Memorial, Bassingham

10.45am : Witham St Hugh’s War Memorial

4pm : St Mary’s Church Lych Gate, Carlton – le – Moorland

Future Dates for Your Diary

  • 30th October 2021 Lincoln Orpheus Male Voice  Choir at  St  Mary’s.  7.00p.m.
  • 31st October  St Michael’s Bassingham  Remembering Loved Ones  4pm  see Home page for details
  • 27th November  Special Christmas Coffee Morning  see details above
  • 5th December 2021 Christingle at St Michael’s Bassingham 4pm
  • Details of the Christmas Services will be published shortly
  • Spring 2022  St Mary’s Carlton le Moorland Snowdrop Weekend   date tbc
  • August 2022 Weekend  Craft  Fair  at  St  Mary’s, Carlton Le  Moorland celebrating local craft and  art.  Date to be confirmed

The Withamside Special Christmas Coffee Morning

The Hammond Hall Saturday 27th November10.00am until 12.00 noon Come and enjoy a Pre-Christmas event.

Coffee/Tea Mince Pies Mulled Wine

Hamper Raffle plus great prizes

Various Craft and Product Stalls

New and Nearly New Stall

Covid Precautions in Place

Carlton Le  Moorland  Churchyard

After a  very  successful meeting with Liz Naeem, churchwarden at  Carlton  Scroop, and  several residents of  Carlton Le  Moorland, a plan was drawn up  to present to the  P.C.C.

Liz has spent  25 years planting wild  flowers and shrubs in the  Churchyard at  Carlton Scroop. A  visit there in spring and  early summer is  thoroughly recommended.

Withamside Parochial Church Council have  supported the proposal to try and plant more wild  flowers and  shrubs in St  Mary’s Churchyard. We will be planting appropriate  native species that will flower at  various points in the  year.

This will obviously take many years and  will be a  gradual and measured approach in small areas. We are seeking the help and  support of  other conservation projects. The  churchyard will continue to be maintained in a manner that  ensures it remains a place of peace and  natural  beauty, both put of respect for those who lie at  rest in it and for the  enjoyment of those who  visit it. The management of the  churchyard will continue to recognise its  importance as a  sanctuary for  wild life: plants, birds and  insects.

We want to involve as many people as  possible, both  young and old. We will put up  explanatory notes and  keep people informed of our  progress and  would  welcome offers of help in the  new year.