Weekly Notices for Sunday 18 September 2016


ORGAN RECITALS   Tomorrow’s recitalist will be Colin Porter from Mossley Hill, Liverpool.  Lunch as usual will be available from 12pm


GRESFORD PIT DISASTER 1934   The commemoration of the loss of 266 men and boys on 22nd September 1934 will be marked by a memorial flower display, which has been sponsored, by the memorial window in the RWF Chapel.


VISITS   We have a number of visits this week – over forty Year 10 pupils from St. Joseph’s will spend Tuesday morning here, followed by the BBC who will be coming to see the St James’ Bible.  We will be welcoming also Bellringers from Mold on Wednesday, and they will be followed by the Wrexham Civic Society.  It is good to be able to host such a variety of groups at St. Giles’.


WREXHAM SINGING STREETS   On Saturday (24th September), there will be over 25 choirs singing on the streets of Wrexham between 10am and 4pm, with a Mass Sing at 3pm in Queen’s Square – in St Giles’, if the weather becomes unfriendly!


MOTHERS’ UNION   Please remember the Coffee Morning also on Saturday between 10am-12pm.  The cost is £1.50.


MEMORY CAFÉ  The first Memory Café in Wrexham will take place here at St Giles’ on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month between 1-3pm, starting on Tuesday 27th September. There will be a range of activities available as well as companionship and refreshments. Please note the adjustment to the dates, and spread the word if you can.




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