Total raised to date: £4,378
The Pennies From Heaven appeal is another fund raising initiative where we are asking friends, family and neighbours to help by setting aside any loose change to help with the upkeep of the church Thanks to all for your continuing support!
Thanks to all those who helped to raise a very welcome £1,815 for Christian Aid this year. Well done folks!
As from 1st May 2009 All Saints’ Elton and St James’ Woolfold will remain the names by which our two parish churches are known, but they now come under a single parish, the newly named Parish of Kirklees Valley.
Seven years of fund raising for the new church building eventually realised in excess of £940,000 and allowed building work to commence in July 2007. Over 90% came directly from parishoners, showing a high level of commitment to developing a new worship centre.
We also enjoyed excellent support from many other benefactors (see below).
We gratefully acknowledge the generous support of the following businesses and organizations that assisted in the fund raising for the new church:
Allchurches Trust Limited
Brandlesholme Residents Association
Brandlesholme Service Station
Community of The Holy Cross
Dixon Ford (Crostons Road)
Fox Memorial Trust
Pearson PLC, London
PC World Business, Bury
Rotary Club of Tottington and West Bury
Summerseat Garden Centre
The East Lancashire Freemasons
Tottington and Bury West Rotaract Club
Wingerworth Friendship Group
And also the generous support of the following churches:
All Saints, Ashover, Chesterfield
All Saints, Chedgrave, Norwich
All Saints, Creeksea, Essex
All Saints, East Clevedon, Somerset
All Saints, Emscote, Warwick
All Saints, Fulham
All Saints, Hengoed with Gobowen, Shropshire
All Saints, Loose, Kent
All Saints Mother & Toddler Group, Wingerworth, Chesterfield
All Saints, Mylor Bridge, Cornwall
All Saints, North Allerton, Yorkshire
All Saints, Notting Hill, London
All Saints, Rotherham
All Saints, Ruskington, Sleaford, Linconshire
All Saints, Scholar Green, Cheshire
All Saints, Steeple Hill, Loughborough
All Saints, Wingerworth, Chesterfield
All Saints, Woolley, Bath
All Saints and St Albans, Heath, Chesterfield
Chesterfield Parish Church (St Mary and All Saints)
Christ Church, Pennington, Leigh
Clayton West with Hoyland, Huddersfield
Emmanuel Church, Holcombe
Emmanuel Church, Loughborough
Holbrook Methodist Church
Manchester Diocesan Board of Finance
Portloe United Church, Truro (All Saints)
St Andrew's, Ramsbottom
St Georges, Stalybridge
St Mary and All Saints Church, Goodshaw
St Mary the Virgin, Nonington, Dover
St Matthew's Church, Northowram, Halifax
St Peter's, Bury
St Peter's, Holymoorside, Chesterfield
St Peter and St Paul, Old Brampton, Chesterfield
St Stephen's, Elton, Bury
St Stephen and All Martyrs, Lever Bridge, Bolton
St Thomas', Brampton, Chesterfield
St Wilfid's, Northenden
The Men's Group of the Eyam and District Churches
The Way We Were
By Alice Latimer
A lifelong resident of Elton and member of its parish church is using her rich memories of the past to build for the future.
Alice Latimer has written a book, entitled "The Way We Were", in which she recalls her own younger days and the people and events of old Elton in order to raise funds for the new All Saints Church and Parish Centre.
First published in 2001, she has since sold hundreds of copies, raising over £2,200. Full story, together with some fascinating extracts, can be seen here:
This year's theme –People From History
Following the success in previous years of this event, it will take place again this year over the week Fri 14th to Sat 22nd September 2018.
And concluding with the Family Fun Day on Sunday 23rd September 2018 (1.30pm – 4pm).
Learn to make a Scarecrow at our Scarecrow Workshop in St. Francis House, off Hebburn Drive, Brandlesholme, on Tuesday, 14th August 2018 (10.00am – 3pm)
Download a starter pack here: Scarecrow Starter Pack
A thank you message from Christian Aid:
(rebuilding lives in Haiti)
A big thank you for all you have done this Christian Aid Week, and all that you continue to do. With your help, we have built a new home for Marcelin. As we handed Marcelin his keys the whole community came to celebrate with him! Thank you to all who have been a part of loving our neighbours in Christian Aid Week this year.
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