Thursday 9th July 10.30am Priory Room, Hurley: Pebbles
Maidenhead Foodshare is a recipient of this year's Queen's Award for Voluntary Service, the highest honour bestowed on a charity. It’s an impressive achievement for a charity less than 5 years old, and recognises the enormous impact Foodshare on those in poverty. A big thank you to everyone who has faithfully supported Foodshare over the last few years– please continue your support!
A reminder of the kind of items required: Breakfast Cereals, Tea Bags/Instant coffee, Fruit juice (carton), Tinned meat/fish, Rice/pasta, Pasta sauces, Soup, Jam, UHT milk, Sugar, Tinned vegetables, Tinned tomatoes, Instant mash, Tinned puddings (rice/sponge), Biscuits/snack bars, Toilet Paper. There‘s a drop off point at the back of the church.
Would you be interested in a CPR (Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation) training session which would also cover children choking etc.? The session would last about 2 hours. If there’s enough interest Sandra Brooks will organise one in the Priory Room. If you’d like to take part please let Keith or Sandra (01628-822830) know.
Music for a Summer's Evening
Sunday July 19th, 6.30 for 6.30pm at Bag End, High Street, Hurley Bring your picnic, drinks, guests, table and chairs and sit back ready to enjoy the music of the "Dusty Bees” who entertained us so brilliantly last year with their two fiddles and a guitar echoing around the garden. Tickets are £15 from David Burfitt (823503), Pat Iles, (822032) or Elaine Mordaunt.
Oasis Tuesday 7th July
2.30pm in the Priory Room, Hurley Oasis, our Parish Prayer Group, has a meditative feel. We listen reflectively to music, bible passages and readings before a short time of silence leads into prayer for those who are unwell and for the Parish. The meeting lasts 45 minutes.
Come and meet each other (CAMEO)
3.00pm Thursday 9th July An opportunity for older people to meet together. We gather in the Priory Room, Hurley, for tea, cake, a quiz, and to enjoy one another’s company.
Parish Walk—Thursday 16th July 7.00pm
Our next walk will visit the National Trust's Grey's Court estate near Henley and follow the route planned for our rained off May outing. There will be no bluebells this time , but much else of interest. Join us at 7pm in the small woodland car park at Broadplat, which is just along the final right turn before the main entrance to Grey's Court. MR 73.1 - 84.1. Details from Ian Bentley 01628 630648.
Parochial Church Council Meeting
The next P.C.C. meeting is on Tuesday 7th July If you have anything you would like discussed please contact our P.C.C. Secretary, Hazel O’Connor, or speak to the vicar.