The Royal Air Force Cadet are marking the Battle of Britain during World War Two. There will be a mustering in St George’s Square from 9.45am and a Parade beginning at 10.30am from a service at Huddersfield Parish Church at 9.45am. The Mayor of Kirklees will be in attendance and will take the salute as…
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Lament to Hope
A response to the murder of Jo Cox for the wider communities of Kirklees. Come and join civic leaders, local MPs and gathering of people from across all faiths and stations.
A Fair Day?
As warm as the cold winter weather would allow, plenty of people browsed our Huddersfield Parish Church’s Charity Fair. Bacon butties, veg stew and tea aplenty kept the workers and guest happy. The Mayor of Kirklees, Counsellor Paul Kane visited all the stalls and spoke with their representatives and was impressed by the numbers of charities…
And We Are Open
Michael the church warden stands in the cold and acts as an opening attraction. The Mayor, Councillor Paul Kane arrives and is greeted by the Vicar and speaks with representatives of his charity for the year. Oh Little Town of Bethlehem is sung and the fair begins.
Charity Fair Time
Various Charities, along with the Mayor of Kirklees, Councellor Paul Kane, have been invited to share in this event at Huddersfield Parish Church. Live pictures will be posted tomorrow as the fair takes place. There will be lots to look at and buy, whilst supporting different charities. Refreshments from 10.00am to 2.00pm. …
This Saturday is the monthly ‘Coffee Gather’ at St. Peter’s. The weather promises fair and the coffee, cakes and books will be out as usual. At the same time the Popup Shop will be doing its final day in the Packhrose Centre. During the event Huddersfield Parish Church will be collecting for the Welcome Centre…
Civic Welcome Report and Thanks
The Bishop of Huddersfield Wrote: Dear Simon Just a quick note to thank you and all your colleagues for a splendid service at the Parish Church yesterday. It was a joyful and uplifting occasion and everyone played their part brilliantly. A big thank you to all the musicians for giving us such a strong lead…
Civic Welcome At Huddersfield Parish Church
Next Saturday at 2.45pm the Mayor of Kirklees, Councillor Ken Smith is holding a ‘Civic Welcome’ to the first Bishop of Huddersfield, The Right Reverend Dr. Jonathan Gibbs to the area. A wide ranging congregation from the wider Huddersfield will witness this historic day for the town and surrounding districts.
Thoughts on Remembrance, Thoughts on Peace, Prayers of Hope.
An invitation to a commemoration of the centenary of the beginning of World War One for Britain.
Today was Huddersfield Parish Church’s annual Christmas Fayre. The fayre was officially opened by the Mayor of Kirklees and the Christmas lights were switched on. There were a range of stalls throughout the church from charity stalls to bric-a-brac. A select few choir members were also in attendance to sing some Christmas carols. A good…