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Ecclesall Deanery held their Lady Day Service at St Paul’s Norton Lees.
St Paul’s Norton Lees Branch also held their Closing Service after many years of having a Mothers’ Union there.
At the Ecclesfield Lady Day service held at St Johns Chapeltown two new members were enrolled into the Deanery, one in Chapeltown Branch and the other in Grenoside Branch
Doncaster, Snaith and Hatfield Deaneries.
Wath All Saints MU enjoyed a presentation on MULOA (Mothers’ Union Listening, Observing and Acting) at their evening meeting.
Attercliffe Deanery MU held their Advent Service at St James Church, Woodhouse. Retiring Deanery Leader Beryl Wright and new leader Mary Williams had arranged evergreen posies for everyone, which reflected the theme of the service and which were well received.
Dore MU raised over £800 for MU Charities and branch funds at their Christmas Market. They said ” We don’t think much of the national MU raffle – we think our members like a simple one where they can see the (donated) prizes and winners can take their prize home. Raffle of our Christmas hampers and other prizes raised £140.60 which our committee agreed would then be recycled into tickets for the national raffle! If we win, we’ll keep the £2000 for branch funds!”
Adwick Deanery are still waiting for a new Deanery Leader to step in to the role. Please consider this very worthwhile task for the organisation.
Sprotborough MU ‘Walking in Mary Summers’ Footsteps’ noticeboard.
St Johns Chapeltown MU made flower balls with the help of Lana and Anne from Grenoside MU.