NEWS & EVENTS
Benefice news and fellowship/fundraising events
A CHRISTMAS CONCERT WITH ADAM PARRISH
Saturday 3rd December 7.30 - 9.45 PM
Join us for an evening of exceptionally seasonal enjoyment with renowned musician Adam Parrish!
Adam's shows are always fun and this festive performance will be sure to entertain and delight you. We'll probably have some of Adam's trademark amusing anecdotes too!
This is likely to be a popular event, so advance booking is advised, although you can pay at the door on the night.
Entry is £7.50, including nibbles and wine. Tickets can be purchased by clicking here.
WINE TASTING EVENING - A FUNDRAISER FOR ST ANDREW'S CHURCH
Saturday 10th December 7:30 PM
FUNDRAISING WINE-TASTING EVENING!
To be hosted by Tom and Michelle Abbey, at The Rectory, Croft
Lane, Newton Kyme, on Saturday 10th December at 7:30pm.
On the back of the hugely successful 2019 event Tom and Michelle
have kindly offered to open their home to a fundraising event for
St Andrew’s Church, Newton Kyme.
The wine tasting will be led by John Butterworth, who will guide us
through 7 different wines which will be accompanied by canapes
made by The Galloping Gourmet.
Tickets are £50 per person and we look forward to welcoming friends from the village and beyond to celebrate Christmas time whilst raising money for our beautiful church.
All enquiries can be made to Michelle Abbey, Jane Fell, Ruth Cornforth or Lucinda Jennings. Ticket purchases
via any of the above or email@example.com or 07771 942566.
RAINBOW THROUGH THE RAIN
After a 2-year gap because of COVID, Rainbow Through the Rain returns on the third Tuesday of each month from 2 pm - 3.30 pm, meeting in the Old Sunday School, Tadcaster.
This group is for anyone who has been bereaved, recently or longer ago, and who just wants to have a safe space to meet with others who may understand something of how you are feeling. We don't offer counselling, but we do offer a friendly face and a listening ear, plus tea & coffee!
It isn't a sad space - rather one of support and laughter. And, if you wish, there is always time to take a moment of quiet and light a candle.