Saturday, 29th November at 1pm until about 4pm there will be a concert in St. Hugh's Church to raise funds for the "Air Ambulance" and one of our homeless charities. The concert is being hosted by the National Citizenship Service (NCS). Tickets will cost £3 for adults and £2 for children and will be on sale from Peter Latimer after 10am Mass for the next two weeks. Tickets may also be on sale on the door on the day of the concert. Along with the concert there will be a cake sale and raffle available during the intermission.
Sunday, 16th November - 3.30pm to 6pm
We are happy to welcome back our bronze statue of St Hugh which you can see to the right of the glass doors as you come into the church. St Hugh has been lovingly restored by Susan Lee, and he now sits on a beautifully made plinth designed and carved by stone mason Mark Stafford.
To help celebrate our parish feast day, and the ‘return of St Hugh’ please join us in the church hall, between 3.30pm and 6pm, this Sunday for a cheese and wine celebration. Non-alcoholic beverages are also available.
Tickets cost £3 each and are available on the door.
We are hoping that our parish feast day will see the ‘return of St Hugh’ - you may have noticed that he has disappeared from his plinth above the church doors! He has now been lovingly restored by Susan Lee, and he will have a new home inside the church. A replica of the statue will be placed on the plinth outside. To help celebrate our parish feast day, and the ‘return of St Hugh’ please join us in the church hall for some cheese and wine from 3.30-6pm. Tickets cost £3 each and are available from Anna Birt, telephone 01522 801366 or see her after Mass. If you can donate a bottle of wine for the event this would be very much appreciated.
For those people who don’t wish to drink wine we do have tea, coffee and other soft drinks for you to enjoy.
Sunday, 2nd - Canwick
Sunday, 9th - Newport
Sunday, 16th - South Hykeham
Sunday, 23rd - Bardney
All visits will start at 3pm
Please join us on Saturday to give thanks for the work done to help rebuild St Anthony de Padua Parish in Leyte which was, like many parts of the Philippines, left devastated by Typhoon Haiyan on the 8th November 2013. Our Filipino community has held fundraising events over the past year and they would like to thank everyone who has helped and supported them throughout their efforts. The children will take part in the 10am Mass, and there will be a thank-you lunch in the church hall afterwards. Come if you can.