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St John’s , Wadworth, (Doncaster, Snaith and Hatfield Deanery) who no longer have an MU Branch, are holding their Lent Project this year for the Mothers’ Union Literacy Fund.
“When you help a mother to read and write you can transform an entire family and community.”
This Lent Project is being held in memory of Miriam Taylor, Teacher and Mothers’ Union Branch Leader.
Thank you Wadworth. All details of events can be found on the ‘Whats On’ page. Please support Wadworth in their Fund Raising for this very worthy cause.
At the Trustees Lunch on Tuesday 16th January Izzy Mears was thanked for her 17 plus years as Adwick Deanery Leader . She is now retiring from the role. Pauline presented her with a gift and flowers from the Trustees and thanked her for her commitment and hard work.
Former President, Sheila Wood says farewell to the Harley Tots Group after many years. Sheila ran the Tots Group for thirteen years with help from Judith, Sylvia and Ruth. It is now run as a Community Group so will continue well into the future. Sheila is organizing a ‘reunion’ for all the past members at the end of Feb (about 60).
Well done Sheila!
Gill Fellows writes…….
Several members of Wath All Saints Branch have started to knit Twiddlemuffs. After reading the article that Elizabeth put in Newsline, I emailed Beth Goss-Hill to ask how we could get them to her and if she wanted loads at once or a few at a time. She Emailed back to say that we could meet at Rotherham Hospital this lunchtime so I took Lilian Beasley with me. Beth was so grateful for the Twiddlemuffs and told us all about her work. We told her all about Mothers’ Union in Sheffield Diocese and I gave her the latest copy of Newsline.
St Oswald’s have a ‘Knit and Natter’ or ‘Crochet and Chat’ Session hosted by MU at 7-30pm on 1st Wednesday of the month.It is called E.M.U (Evening Mothers’ Union) but everyone is welcome,especially if you want to know more about the MU. Its a good place to come for chat and refreshments and to learn a new skill. Cost is £2-50.
St Oswald’s branch meetings are at 2pm on the third Tuesday of the month, in the church meeting room.
Four new members were recently enrolled by Canon Gordon Taylor at Owston…..
Angela Ettinger, Valerie Stuart, Rosemary King and Christine Holliday.