4TH CARLUKE BOYS BRIGADE QUIZ NIGHT

posted 20 Apr 2018, 02:51 by clydesdale foodbank

4TH CARLUKE BOYS BRIGADE QUIZ NIGHT Our last fundraising event for 17/18 session is the popular quiz on Friday 27th April in Carluke Bowling club.

All invited for an evening’s fun with a team of four costing £10. Please be there in time for a 7.30pm start.

We would be delighted to see as many friends of the Boys Brigade there as possible.  

CLYDESDALE FOOD BANK.

posted 20 Apr 2018, 02:51 by clydesdale foodbank

 This week we need the following items: UHT milk, tins of cold meat, tuna peas, carrots, sweet corn and spaghetti, jars of sauce for pasta.

   Standing order and gift aid forms are available in the church vestibule. Please free to visit any weekday morning from 10.00am-12noon at 66 High Street, next door to Boots. www.clydesdalefoodbank.btck.co.uk

UNICEF’S JAR OF GRACE APPEAL 2017-18

posted 20 Apr 2018, 02:50 by clydesdale foodbank

UNICEF’S JAR OF GRACE APPEAL 2017-18: the story so far

Thank you to everyone who contributed to the £1410.95 which was sent this week to UNICEF from Carluke Parish Churches. However, if anyone has not yet handed in a Jar of Grace, it’s not too late to do so.  Our thanks once again for your support of children caught up in emergencies around our world.

Allison Plenderleith, Kenny Scott, Chris Shanks

SUNDAY 22nd IS SOUPER SUNDAY!

posted 20 Apr 2018, 02:50 by clydesdale foodbank

 Why not stay after the morning service for a warming bowl of home-made soup and a little something nice with your tea or coffee.  This one will be in aid of the Church of Scotland HIV Programme so please come along for some food and fellowship.   We look forward to serving you

TRAIDCRAFT

posted 20 Apr 2018, 02:49 by clydesdale foodbank

  will be squeezed into a corner in the large hall.  Please ask if you need anything.  We will be back on the usual spot next week.

STEPH MACLEOD CONCERT

posted 6 Apr 2018, 02:09 by clydesdale foodbank

 Grace Notes have invited Steph MacLeod, singer/song writer, to St John’s on Saturday 5th May at 7.00pm doors open 6.30pm. He has been a musician for most of his life and studied classical music both at school and university. In 2006, as a result of addictions, he found himself homeless, begging on the Edinburgh Streets to feed his habit. Whilst staying at a hostel run by the Bethany Christian Trust, he began writing and singing about his experiences of being homeless and living with addiction. During this time, he turned to Christ and continues to write, sing and share the Good News through word and song. Tickets priced £5 per adult, £3 for children aged 12 and under are available from Grace Notes leaders, Janis, Jackie and Shona or Kirkton Office, or by phoning or texting 07759250036. This event is suitable for adults of any age but perhaps less suitable for very young children.

FOOD HYGIENE COURSE

posted 6 Apr 2018, 02:09 by clydesdale foodbank

FOOD HYGIENE COURSE _ REHIS certified. 19th May in Kirkton Church.

This course is being run on behalf of the BB but there are places available for anyone else who is interested in doing the course or who may need to update their certification. The cost is £50 per head. It is and all day course with breaks. Anyone wishing to go should email robert.j.c.cunningham@outlook.com asap.

TREKKERS

posted 6 Apr 2018, 02:08 by clydesdale foodbank

 Saturday 21 April 2018 Leaving Carluke St. Johns at 9.00 am

CUIKEN GLEN, BEESLACK WOOD AND NORTH ESK (NR PENICUIK)

From the outskirts of Penicuik we enter a woodland for about a mile before crossing Loan Burn into a housing estate.  A short distance through the houses and we come to Cuiken Glen which will eventually bring us into the centre of Penicuik.

Leaving Penicuik Main Street behind we go into Beeslack Wood and join the Dalkeith to Penicuik Cycle Trail. Where this trail ends we cross over the A701 onto the footpath alongside the River North Esk.   The path meanders through woodland eventually reaching Penicuik Estate and Penicuik House (Built in 1760s by Sir James Clerk, 3rd Baronet of Penicuik, it was destroyed by fire1899.  Restoration began in 2007 and was completed in 2014) bringing us back to our start point.

This is an undulating circular walk of 8 miles  using paved footpaths, woodland/riverside paths and cycle routes.  Some of these paths can become very  muddy in places and therefore waterproof walking boots essential.

Anyone wishing to go or requiring more information please contact Rae by email  -  raewarnock@aol.com or on 07762 905625New Trekkers always welcome.

CLYDESDALE FOOD BANK.

posted 6 Apr 2018, 02:08 by clydesdale foodbank

This week we need the following items: bleach, soap, kitchen towels, tinned tuna, cooking oil, dried spaghetti, tinned tomatoes, biscuits, toothpaste, tooth brushes, disposable razors, men’s deodorant, and shower gel.

Standing order and gift aid forms are available in the church vestibule. Please free to visit any weekday morning from 10.00am-12noon at 66 High Street, next door to Boots. www.clydesdalefoodbank.btck.co.uk

UNICEF’S JAR OF GRACE APPEAL 2018

posted 6 Apr 2018, 02:08 by clydesdale foodbank

 Many thanks to those who have already handed in a Jar of Grace to support this year's appeal to help UNICEF respond quickly to emergency situations throughout the world which put children at risk. We would be grateful to have all your donations by Sunday 8 April. Please remember that if you pay tax and are willing  - at no cost to yourself – to increase the value of your donation by 25%, you can complete a Gift Aid form and hand it in with your Jar of Grace. Just leave the amount blank and it will be entered for you once the coins in your jar have been counted. Copies of the Gift Aid form are available from the vestibule or from one of us.  Our thanks again for your continued support for vulnerable children.

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