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Christmas Time Events in Todwick 2019
Published: 30 November 2019
Many events are taking place in Todwick throughout December 2019.
If you are organising an event, please send information to Sheila Pantry, Tel 01909 771024, email: email@example.com
14 The Pastures, Todwick S26 1JH, Tel: 01909 774707
Open every day in December open 5 pm to late except Christmas Day, 25 December 2019
Doorstep Deli and News
The Pastures, Todwick S26 1JH
No newspapers on 25 December 2019 Christmas Day and the shop will be closed.
On New Year’s Day will be open until 12.30 pm.
Daily Delivered Food service will be ongoing during December apart from the dates above. To place an order either visit the store or phone or text on 07510250349 or see full details go to www.facebook.com/groups/129680367563091
Todwick Tote Bag is also on sale here – in aid of Todwick Neighbourhood Watch at a pre-Christmas special offer of £3.50 per bag – more planet environmentally friendly than paper, makes an attractive present to wrap your presents to others and long lasting.
Heaven is Homemade Vintage Tea Room
Heaven is Homemade Vintage Tea Room will be closed from 12 December 2019 and will reopen as usual on 2 January 2020.
Heaven is Homemade Vintage Tea Room menu offers toasted teacakes and crumpets, homemade cakes, afternoon teas, cream teas, sandwiches, teapigs – flavoured teas and speciality teas. There is also a Children’s Play corner.
Todwick Tote Bag is also on sale at a pre-Christmas special offer of £3.50 per bag – wrap your presents in these long-lasting cotton bags with the colourful Todwick crest.
From 2 January Celebrate the New Year and meet up at the Vintage Tea rooms with your friends and neighbours for a chat during a morning break or for afternoon tea? Or just call in for a sandwich or light meal. Open: Tuesday to Saturday, 9.00 am – 4.00 pm
Contact: Rachael Watson, 18 The Pastures, Todwick, Sheffield S26 1JH, Tel: 07400 003 008
Suzanne Scott’s Simply Elegant Interiors of Todwick
The Pastures, S26 1JH, Tel: 01909 515755, www.simplyelegant-interiors.co.uk
Offers a variety of services including: Bespoke interior soft furnishing; Upholstery; Designer fabrics; Lighting gift; Occasional furniture; Interior design service; Blinds and shutters; Wallcoverings and paints; Christmas, Birthday and other cards, wrapping papers and boxes, variety of gifts, range of Laura’s Sweets and much more.... go and see. Opening Hours: Tuesday – Friday 10 am – 5 pm; Saturday, 10 am – 2 pm. Closed Sundays and Mondays and Christmas Day, Boxing day and New Year’s Day
Lounge hair of Todwick
Offers a friendly professional team with years of experience working to create a salon that exceeds client’s high expectations. What about a new hairdo for Christmas?
Greenscene Garden Centre
Go and take a look around Greenscene Christmas shop, see the fabulous gifts and clothing for Christmas.
Have tea at Greenbean Coffee Shop & Bistro open serving food (from 5.00 pm to 9.00 pm (last serving 8.30 pm). To book a table please call 01909 770756.
Throughout December 2019 Santa will be Greenscene every weekend 11.00 am to 4.00 pm.
Monday, 2 December 2019, 2.00 pm to 5.00 pm, Greenscene – Wreath Making. Come along and make your own wreath, £35.00 per person which includes Tea/Coffee and Cake plus your materials. This event is bookings only. Please call 01909 770756.
Monday, 2 December 2019, 9.30 - 11.30 am, Todwick Village Hall – Computer Club – everyone welcome
Monday, 2 December 2019, 9 am, Todwick Primary School – Open the Book Christmas Assembly.
Tuesday, 3 December 2019, 4 pm, Todwick Church – Evening Prayers
Thursday, 5 December 2019, 9.15 am, Todwick Church – Morning Prayers
Friday, 6 December 2019, 2-4 pm, Todwick Church Hall – Grey Matters in Todwick – everyone over 55 welcome
Friday, 6 December 2019, 7.30 - 9.30 pm, Todwick Village Hall – Learn to dance the Cha Cha. Brighten up the winter! Any age, gender, couples or singles, even people with two left feet are welcome to join Matt and Sarah for fun and friendship! Cost £3 per night! Call Matt and Sarah on 07979 307 336
Friday, 6 December 2019, 7-9 pm, Todwick Church Hall – Christmas Wreath Making. Tickets from Janet on 01909 771344
Saturday, 7 December 2019, 10 am - 1 pm, Todwick Church Hall – Christmas Coffee Morning. Gift stalls, cake stall and raffle, coffee/tea... go and enjoy the coffee morning
Sunday, 8 December 2019, 9.30 am, Todwick Church – Advent 2 – morning prayer followed by 10.30 am Holy Communion
Monday, 9 December 2019, 9.30 am - 11.30 am, Todwick Village Hall – Computer Club – everyone welcome
Monday, 9 December 2019, 9.30 - 11.00 am, Todwick Church Hall – Messy Nativity Sheep Trail with Tiddlywinks Toddler Group (the sheep trail continues after today through until Christmas Eve). Please pick up a leaflet in the church porch – prizes will be awarded. If you are able to host a sheep in your house window to be on the trail for children to find, please contact Rev Vicky.
Tuesday, 10 December 2019, 4 pm, Todwick Church – Evening Prayers
Thursday, 12 December 2019, 9.15 am, Todwick Church – Morning Prayers
Friday, 13 December 2019, 7.30 - 9.30 pm, Todwick Village Hall – Learn to dance the Cha Cha. Brighten up the winter! Any age, gender, couples or singles, even people with two left feet are welcome to join Matt and Sarah for fun and friendship! Cost £3 per night! Call Matt and Sarah on 07979 307 336
Friday, 13 December 2019, 2-4 pm, Todwick Church Hall – Grey Matters in Todwick – everyone over 55 welcomed
Saturday, 14 December 2019, 7.30 pm, Todwick Village Hall – Rockingham Band presenting “A Christmas Kaleidoscope” concert. Tickets £6.00 each from Sue Burgess, Tel 01909 770068 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday, 15 December 2019, 9.30 am, Todwick Church – Advent 3 – morning prayer
Sunday, 15 December 2019, 10.30 am, Todwick Church Hall – Christingle service. The Christingle service uses a special symbol, a decorated orange, to explore the story of God’s love for the world at Christmas.
Monday, 16 December 2019, 9.30 - 11.30 am – Todwick Village Hall – Computer Club – everyone welcomed
Monday, 16 December 2019, 9.30 - 11.00 am – Tiddlywinks Toddler Group Christmas Party at the Church Hall
Wednesday, 18 December 2019, 2.30 pm, Todwick Primary School – Christmas Storytelling
Thursday, 19 December 2019, 12.30 pm – Lunch Club Christmas Lunch. Please contact Jane on 771147 if you would like to book a place.
Friday, 20 December 2019, 2-4 pm, Todwick Church Hall – Grey Matters in Todwick – everyone over 55 welcome
Friday, 20 December 2019, 7.30 - 9.30 pm, Todwick Village Hall – Learn to dance the Cha Cha. Brighten up the winter! Any age, gender, couples or singles, even people with two left feet are welcome to join Matt and Sarah for fun and friendship! Cost £3 per night! Call Matt and Sarah on 07979 307 336
Saturday, 21 December 2019, 7.30 - 10.30 pm, Todwick Village Hall – Todwick Jazz Supper Club. Booking essential. Tickets from Sheila Pantry Tel 01909 771024 or email email@example.com
Sunday, 22 December 2019, 9.30 am, Todwick Church – Advent 2 – morning prayer followed by 10.30 am Holy Communion
Sunday, 22 December 2019, 6 pm, Todwick Church – Carol Service. Come and sing traditional Christmas carols, in church, followed by mulled wine, tea, coffee and mince pies. We hear Carols so often in the shops and on the radio that they’re like a soundtrack for December. It’s really special to hear them in church as part of the telling of the Christmas story.
Monday, 23 December, 2019, 4-5 pm, Todwick Church – In the Bleak Midwinter. A quiet service in church, for those who find, or may find, Christmas a difficult time of year – come and go as you please
Tuesday, 24 December 2019 (Christmas Eve), 4 pm, Todwick Church – Crib Service (a retelling of the Christmas story for all ages – please come dressed as a Nativity character if you wish – it doesn’t matter if there are ten people all dressed as Mary!) – in church – this is often one of the liveliest and most joyful services of the year.
Tuesday, 24 December 2019 (Christmas Eve), 10 pm, Todwick Church – First Mass of Christmas
Happy Christmas to everyone! Enjoy this special day
Tuesday, 25 December 2019, 10 am, Todwick Church – Christmas Day Festive Service
Friday, 27 December 2019, 2-4 pm, Church Hall – Grey Matters in Todwick – everyone over 55 welcome
Sunday, 29 December 2019, 10.00 am, Todwick Church – Christmas Holy Communion
Wednesday, 1 January 2020 – Happy, safe, healthy and successful new year to everyone!
Todwick Neighbourhood Watch Christmas message
As we are coming towards Christmas, it is vital that we are aware of what is happening around us. Be careful when shopping as purses and wallets can be easily snatched or removed from insecure bags.
Take extra care when putting Christmas presents into the boot of your car. There may be someone watching or waiting for you to go back to your shopping and then break into your car and get their presents at no cost, except to you.
Be aware: Be safe but have a merry and enjoyable Christmas.
2019 Christmas Message from Revd Vicky
Published: 30 November 2019
“Christmas is really for the children” you will have heard it said. But surely it’s a whole lot more than that. The story of a baby born in a stable is only one part of a very grown up story about why we are here, about being loved beyond measure. It’s a grown up story about holy insurrection against a cruel Roman regime and the powers throughout history that have wanted to own and control; about a child who grew up and who told people to live and love and accept differently from what was deemed acceptable at the time. It’s a story about resurrection and wonder and fullness of life, and unearned, unending love for all.
At Christmas it is the baby in the manger bit of the story. It’s time to celebrate! It’s time to chase away the darkness with feasting and lights and sparkle and gifts, to remind ourselves that the Light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has never overcome it. And for Christians, and all who want to believe it, that the darkness, cold and fear of the world will not last forever either.
Be like children this Christmas, however old you are and whenever you can find a moment. Smile at the colour and the glitter and the music, make time for others, feast for a day or two, & give simple gifts that bring smiles.
Todwick Church wishes you a happy and peaceful Christmas!
If you require further information about Church events, please contact Revd Vicky on 01909 771101, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
More wonderful jazz events in Todwick in the coming months
Published: 30 October 2019
Todwick Jazz Supper Club has regular events with some excellent jazz bands visiting from far and wide.
Supper break at 8.30 pm. Bring your own supper and drinks. Make up a party table. Easy parking.
Entry £10.00 – all profits after expenses to the Todwick Village Hall maintenance.
Contact Sheila Pantry for tickets / booking a table, Tel: 01909 771024, Email: email@example.com
The next 6 months list of visiting bands…
- 16 November 2019 – Jim Wright’s Rhythm Deluxe – NEW to Todwick
- 21 December 2019 – Winston Pennine Jazz Band Christmas Party night – do make sure this date is in your diary!
- 11 January 2020 – Dearne Big Band and Singers – getting the New Year off to a brilliant start!
- 15 February 2020 – Chris Howse and the Harmony Hounds – NEW to Todwick but some of the musicians you will know
- 14 March 2020 – Matt Palmer and the Eagle Jazz Band
- 18 April 2020 – Tame Valley Stompers – welcome return
Toddlers Group very successful Macmillan coffee morning
Published: 1 October 2019
Todwick Toddlers Group held their usual MacMillan coffee morning on Tuesday, 24th September 2019 and raised £108.15.
They are very pleased with the amount raised and would like to thank the group for their generosity in supporting such a good cause.
Congratulations and well done Todwick Toddlers Group!
Harvest Festival is on Sunday, 29th September 2019 at 10.30 am in Todwick Church
Published: 25 September 2019
When we celebrate the fruits of the Earth and focus on our need to be better stewards of her resources, inviting everyone to think about their hopes for the planet.
As before, we will be supporting the Archer Project at the Sheffield Cathedral.
Items particularly welcome this year are cereal, soup, pasta, rice, pasta sauce, beans, tinned meat, tinned veg, tea and coffee, tinned fruit and biscuits.
We will also be supporting Christian Aid with monetary donations.
Everyone is very welcome – we would love to see you.
Revd Vicky Camber
Urgent – Newspapers from ONE STOP Shop, Kiveton
Published: 10 September 2019
From 8 September 2019, One Stop Shop in Kiveton have announced that they are having technical difficulties with their systems and wish to inform Todwick residents who receive their newspapers by subscribing to the various vouchers systems that these are still available.
Tom Brown, Tel: 07889 760479 continues to deliver newspapers for people with vouchers to Todwick residents for those ordering from Sue, the Manager of One Stop, 25 Station Road, Kiveton, Tel: 01909 808515.
Tom charges 50 pence per day for delivery to your home. Contact Tom if you still wish to use his daily newspaper delivery service
Cancellation of The Best Front Gardens and Scarecrow Trail Prizegiving which was scheduled for Sunday, 4 August 2019 in Todwick Village Hall
Published: 30 July 2019
Because most of the prize winners of Todwick Best Front Gardens and Scarecrows are on holiday this coming weekend the scheduled prize giving ceremony has now been cancelled.
BUT, of course, the Best Front Gardens and Scarecrows are still there TO BE SEEN – so please do, as some people have done already – HAVE A STROLL OR A DRIVE AROUND THE VILLAGE.
Leaflets giving a description of Trail route are still available – on the Notice Board at Todwick Village Hall, on the Church Gates near the Church Car Park at Rachael Watson’s Heaven is Homemade Vintage Tea Rooms on the Pastures and from the Scarecrow at No 85 The Meadows!
ALSO SEE THE DESCRIPTION ON THIS WEBSITE – SEE BELOW ARTICLE.
Hope you enjoy your walk/drive around some parts of Todwick looking at the Best Gardens and Scarecrow Trail.
Contact: Sheila Pantry, organiser, Tel: 01909 771024, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Best Front Gardens and Scarecrows Trail – Saturday and Sunday, 27 and 28 July 2019
Published: 25 July 2019
Printouts of the trail will be available on the Todwick Village Hall noticeboard and from Rachael Watson’s Heaven is Homemade Vintage Tea Rooms on the Pastures and from the Scarecrow at No 85 The Meadows!
Best Front Gardens are:
1st Prize – Alwyn Batty, 5 Manor Close – lovely collection of trees,
pots and hanging baskets.
N.B. On this Trail weekend entry to Alwyn’s garden will also be accessible from Kiveton Lane. Walk up from the Village Hall on the left-hand side and look for the white wall and the Church Door entrance which will be open between 12 noon and 4 pm on both Trail Days. Be ready for the absolute WOW factor lovely garden – which contains some very interesting items/curios collected in a lifetime in the demolition industry.
2nd prize – Lesley and John Carr, 142 Kiveton Lane – see the absolutely lovely summer garden and the surrounding area which John maintains throughout the year.
3rd Prize – Sandra Barker, 9 The Pastures – really lovely summery garden and also The Gardener scarecrow and helpers.
The judges were really impressed with the many lovely front gardens in Todwick.
The Flower Seller
1 Rayls Road
Highly Commended Scarecrow
83 The Meadows
Other delightful Scarecrows
The Gardener – Sandra and Graham, 9 The Pastures (see photo above)
Heaven is Homemade
Vintage Tea Rooms
Can’t we all be friends
87 The Meadows
Saving the Planet
by Todwick Tote Bag Man
85 The Meadows
The Trail begins…
From Todwick Village Hall you can go across Kiveton Lane and go UP Kiveton Lane (towards the Red Lion) and in a very short time then go into Mortains to see some lovely flowering gardens, also in Osborne Road and Osborne Drive down to 1, Rayls Road on the corner is Barbara Winters’ Best Scarecrow – The Flower Seller set in a very colourful garden.
Go onto Manor Close and in the cul-de-sac go to see No. 5 Manor Close to see Alwyn Batty’s 1st Prize winning Garden and also his very interesting wow factor back garden that reflect his work in demolition. You can exit Alwyn’s garden through his interesting Church door that takes you into Kiveton Lane.
Turn back to Kiveton Lane and go up to 142 Kiveton Lane to see Lesley and John Carr’s 2nd Prize Front Garden that covers the extended verge. Lesley and John have delighted many people passing by their interesting garden/scarecrow displays throughout the last 3 years.
Further up Kiveton Lane you may wish to note just past the “new builds” is Todwick’s Bluebell wood which is in full flower in May time – see also Robin Hood’s memorial plaque and trysting tree – all worth a visit… (see the bluebells in full bloom photos).
Cross Kiveton Lane and go into The Meadows, on the right-hand side of the road stop at No. 68-70 and look at Roy Bowell’s always lovely front garden. Continue along The Meadows have a look at some of the bright floral front gardens on your way.
Still on The Meadows turn into the cul-de-sac to see at No. 85 Sheila Pantry’s Saving the Planet / Todwick Tote Bag Scarecrow aiming to help Save the Planet and the ever-present Mr Plantpot. YOU ARE WELCOME TO GO INTO No. 85 BACK GARDEN AND SEE THE WONDERFUL SCENERY.
The Todwick Tote Bag is being sold to help keep Todwick Neighbourhood Watch financially viable to carry on their work. The bag is on sale in the Todwick Vintage Tearooms and Todwick News and also at No. 85 The Meadows. Price £4.
Next go up the cul-de-sac to 87 The Meadows go inside the garden to the LEFT of the entrance to see Rosemary Chamber’s Scarecrow that asks Can’t we all be friends again?
Turn back into The Meadows to 83 The Meadows and see Denise and Brian Summerhayes’ Highly recommended unusual Scary Scarecrow.
Walk across the road into Mill Close and look at No. 2 and other lovely colourful gardens there.
Walk back on to The Meadows and cross the road and go into Mill Hills turn into Guildway and see some colourful gardens on your way. Go and see down short way to turn left into Sandwith Road – on the bend of the road at No. 5 see Alan Hardy’s last year’s Prizewinning front garden and the hanging baskets.
Back onto Guildway see some of the lovely flowering gardens and down to join The Meadows. A few steps turn left into Staniforth Crescent and De Hooton and enjoy the flowering gardens as you continue on Staniforth Crescent until it joins The Pastures and on the right side note 26 The Pastures. Continue on The Pastures and see Heaven is Homemade Vintage Tea Rooms with Rachael Watson’s Suffrage Scarecrow.
Cross the road and at No. 13 Brenda Waller invites you to visit her interesting Front and Back gardens. Steps away at No. 9 The Pastures see Sandra Barker’s 3rd Prize winning Front Garden with the Scarecrow Gardener and the Fairies scarecrows.
Thanks to everyone who made wonderful efforts to help cheer Todwickians and others passing through our village on a daily basis. Hope these lovely gardens and fun scarecrows may inspire others in future years.
Because of the Todwick Village Hall new heating system installation work during the current two weeks the PRIZEGIVING IS BEING HELD IN ON SUNDAY, 4 AUGUST 2019 in Todwick Village Hall from 3.30 pm for refreshments and for the 4 pm certificate presentations by Brenda Waller to the owners of the Best Front Gardens and The Best Scarecrow and 1 Highly Recommended scarecrow.
Hope you enjoy your walk/drive around some parts of Todwick during the Best Gardens and Scarecrow Trail on Saturday and Sunday, 27 and 28 July 2019 between noon and 4 pm.
Contact: Sheila Pantry, organiser, Tel: 01909 771024, email: email@example.com
Very successful Todwick Church Garden Fete held in the Church Grounds on Saturday, 6 July 2019
Published: 8 July 2019
The event was opened by the Rev Vicky Camber welcomed everyone. The sun shined and many people and children went the Garden fete to enjoy the variety of stalls – Raffle tickets, Todwick WI selling cakes and serving afternoon tea – in the Church Hall and on the Hall terrace.
The vintage tractor proved to be a great attraction, the book stall proved to be a point for discussion on the merits of various authors and subjects, plant stall , bric-a-brac, burgers and hot dogs, Grey Matters jewellery and scarf stall, tombola, children’s games, water / wine lucky dip, Brownies / Rainbows offered their pantry stall and a teddy tombola, etc.
Lloyd Jones provided the PA system and music.
These wonderful efforts produced over £3,000 and all proceeds will be used to maintain and support Todwick’s ancient Church and grounds.
Thanks to all involved and those who supported the event.
Todwick Neighbourhood Watch AGM on Thursday, 4 July 2019 at 7.30 pm
Published: 4 July 2019
Just a timely reminder that today, Thursday, 4 July 2019 at 7.30 pm in Todwick Village Hall in Hall 2 is Todwick Neighbourhood Watch Annual General Meeting 2019.
Norman Anderson will be pleased to see you and you can learn more about various activities taking place in Todwick and received some good advice.
Please don’t forget to go to Todwick Church Garden Fete in the Church Grounds on Saturday, 6 July 2019 at 1 pm to be opened Rev Vicky Camber
Published: 2 July 2019
- Todwick WI selling cakes and serving afternoon tea – in the Church Hall and on the Hall terrace
- vintage tractor – have your photo taken on it
- book stall
- plant stall
- burgers and hot dogs
- Grey Matter jewellery and scarf stall
- children’s games
- water / wine lucky dip
- Brownies / Rainbows are doing their usual pantry stall and a teddy tombola, etc.
All proceeds to maintain and support Todwick’s ancient Church and grounds.
Please bring your family and friends for a fun afternoon!
Do tell others who live outside the village.
Todwick Scarecrow and Best Front Gardens Trail
Published: 5 June 2019
Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 July 2019 – all around the village on BOTH DAYS.
A Trail map will be available on this website just before the 27 July 2019 once the locations of the Scarecrows are known!
Judges will be going around Todwick on Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 July 2019 and will look at ALL Front Gardens, NO NEED TO REGISTER.
Winners will receive certificates at 4 pm on Sunday, 4 August 2019 in Todwick Village Hall. Refreshments available… do come and see all the winners receiving their certificates.
BUT please REGISTER your Scarecrow BY 19 July 2019 with organiser Sheila Pantry, Tel: 01909 771024, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Prize winners will be announced in readiness for the 2 days garden and scarecrow trail.
Certificates will be given to the winners at 4 pm in Todwick Village Hall on Sunday, 4 August 2019 by Brenda Waller.
The reason the prizegiving is being held a week later is because the Todwick Village Hall is closed due to the new heating system being installed. Work will commence on 22 July 2019 and is scheduled to be completed by 29 July 2019. To ensure compliance with Health & Safety Requirements admittance to the hall during this period will be prohibited.
Everyone welcomed to the prizegiving at 4 pm on Sunday, 4 August 2019 in Todwick Village Hall.
Refreshments are available at the prize giving!
Contact organiser Sheila Pantry, Tel: 01909 771024, Email: email@example.com
Calling all scarecrow makers
Published: 5 June 2019
Get your families and friends to join in… just follow these instructions… scarecrows ARE so easy to make!
And do please enter your scarecrow in the Todwick annual Best Front Garden and Scarecrow Trail before 19 July 2019 at the latest so the judges can carry out their judging in time for the SCARECROW Garden Trail weekend.
See last year’s winners.
Please register your scarecrow with Sheila Pantry Tel: 01909 771024 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The lovely sunshine brought the crowds to Todwick Art, Flowers and Music Festival on Saturday, 25 May 2019
Published: 29 May 2019
The event aimed to raise funds to help with the maintenance of our beautiful old Todwick Church that was mentioned in the Doomsday Book dated 1086!
On show were magnificent displays of various types of art and photography from Wales High School students Y7 through to Y13 beautifully displayed by Kate Ford, WHS Head of Art & Photography, beautiful pieces of artwork from Kiveton and District Art Group, artists Christine Ferris, Joyce Spurr and Mabel Hextall and some very beautiful artistic rugs made by Mary Peters.
Also, some lovely flower displays and planters, very kindly donated by various Todwick friends including Grey Matters group were on display in Todwick Church and Todwick Church Hall during the event. These were auctioned at 4 pm by Sheila Pantry and Tony Rusling to help in the fund raising. Many bargains were quickly snapped up in the bidding process. And lots of fun was generated!
Graham Wilkinson beautifully musically entertained on the Church organ during the afternoon as visitors were looking at the exhibits and the Church.
Over 120 visitors came from far and wide including many Wales High School students (including Todwick students) who also brought their families and friends to see their artwork and photography. Many parents were seriously impressed and proud to see the students’ presentations!
The event raised £393.00 for the Todwick Church maintenance funds thanks also to the two money donors who kindly gave to the event.
Many thanks to all who helped during the event – Kenneth Hill, Sandra Barker, Lynda Shepherd, Anne and Tony Rusling, Mabel Hextall, Richard Brundish and colleagues and Sheila Pantry OBE who was the organiser of the event.
Artwork from Wales High School to be displayed at the Todwick Art, Flowers and Music Festival
Published: 20 May 2019
A wide selection of artwork from Y7 through to Y13 Wales High School students will be on display at the Todwick Art, Flowers and Music Festival
THe event takes place on Saturday, 25 May 2019 starting at 12 noon to 4.30 pm in both Todwick Church and Todwick Church Hall.
Students will be awarded achievement points for their work.
Click on the leaflet to view all the names students exhibiting their work.
For full information about the event see the diary entry.
Save the Children shop, Sheffield – Message from Rosemary and Anne
Published: 10 May 2019
Rosemary Chambers and Anne Rusling have now retired from volunteering at the Sheffield shop, and so will be unable to accept any donations to sell in the shop in the future.
Rosemary and Anne send a great big thank you to everyone who has supported the Sheffield Save the Children shop over the past thirty years.
And a “great big thank you” to Rosemary and Anne for their tireless efforts over the many years.
Many congratulations – what an achievement!
Easter weekend – 19-21 April 2019… Easter Present with a difference!
Published: 7 March 2019
There are still some strong cotton Todwick Tote Bags for Sale at £4 each – long lasting – would hold a number of Easter Eggs!!!
If you are visiting family and friends why not take some of these bags as presents! Yours for £4 per bag… 38 cm wide, 42 cm long, NB long handles – 24 cm.
Sold to help Todwick Neighbourhood Watch (NHW) future funding.
The NHW scheme has been running since July 2006, some 11+ years. It is a very useful resource for Todwick residents. So far, the scheme has run at no cost to any member... but now needs help.
After productions costs have been recouped all proceeds from the sale of the Todwick tote bag will go to help fund NHW hopefully for a couple of years.
Available from the Todwick News and Deli shop and Todwick Heaven is Homemade Vintage Tea Rooms, also contact Sheila Pantry, 85 The Meadows, Todwick, Tel: 01909 771024 or email email@example.com
Todwick Jazz Supper Club events in Todwick Village Hall
Published: 21 January 2019
Add these events to your new calendars and diaries.
Forthcoming Jazz Supper club events all start at 7.30 pm – 10.30 pm are as follows:
- 16 March 2019 – Matt Palmer and the Eagle Jazz Band
- 13 April 2019 – Tame Valley Jazz Band
- 11 May 2019 – Spirit of New Orleans Band
- 15 June 2019 – Chris Walker and the Pedigree Band
- 13 July 2019 – WABASH Jazz Band
- 17 August 2019 – Stef Draper and the Foot warmers
Entry £10.00 per person. To book a seat contact Organiser Sheila Pantry Tel: 01909 771024 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
More dates and bands are being sorted – keep watching this space.
All profits after expenses from these events go to the Todwick Village Hall maintenance. The Todwick Village Hall Trustees and Management Committee are very grateful for this continued support.
Please urgently contact Sheila if once booked you have to cancel your booking for any of these events. We always have waiting lists for our Jazz Nights!
Published: 5 January 2019
Todwick Toddlers will be open as normal on the 8th January 2019 from 9.00 until 11.30.