It’s been long overdue but the restoration of our war memorial is finally complete, just in time for the celebration of the 150th Anniversary of our current church building.
If you have sponsored a name, filled Smartie tubes or attended our band concerts, thank you for your support.
We would also like to thank the Heritage Lottery Fund and the Pennine Township for the support in realising this scheme and helping restore our war memorial as a lasting and fitting tribute to the brave men of Milnrow who never came home.
Pennines Township Committee have awarded St James a grant of £2,000 towards our War Memorial restoration scheme.
The grant will be used to reinstate paths to and around the memorial. Work is expected to start in the next few weeks by Lloyd & Smith who are currently undertaking enabling works for our Chancel Restoration. The memorial scheme is expected to take 8-10 weeks.
Everyone at St James would like to thank the Pennines Township Committee for their generous support with this project. If you would like to help please drop us a line on firstname.lastname@example.org. We’d love to hear from you.
Everyone at St James is delighted to announce that we have been successful in our application for a £10,000 grant for the restoration of or War Memorial.
For the past 12 months numerous fund raising activities have been supported by the wider community of Milnrow raising Almost £5,000. The award of our HLF grant now means that work can start in the next few weeks restoring the memorial and reinstating paths to and around the memorial.
If you like a good Brass Band than look no further than Wardle Anderson Brass Band.
St James has had a long relationship with Wardle Anderson to celebrate 10 years of friendship were holding a Concert in Church. All proceeds will be shared between church and Wardle Anderson with our share going specifically to our Wart Memorial Appeal Fund. Refreshments will be on sale along with a little bit of extra fun.
Tickets are available in church or from Village Treasures, Dale St, Milnrow.
So get your tickets and bring along a few friends and lets raise funds for 2 fantastic causes.
We’d like to thank Johanna and John from ELCONS Employment Law Consultants of Ripponden, for their generous sponsorship of this event.
Thanks to your support our War Memorial Appeal has got off to a great start. Thanks to our Smartie Tube appeal, people from all over are filling tubes of Smarties with 20p pieces. So far we’ve raised £430.
Thank you everyone. If you’d like a tube of Smarties just let know or call in church any Sunday morning 9-11 am.
Our Smartie Tube initiative is gaining momentum. Thanks so far to Jean Calow, Walter Tann, Barry & Paula Shaw and everyone at Shaw Mitchell Accountants, Dale St Milnrow and the Senior Management Team at the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital.
A tube of Smatries filled with 20p pieces holds £13, a massive donation which goes directly to our War Memorial Refurbishment Appeal. You can collect your tube any Sunday from Church.
We are pleased to announce the launch of our War Memorial Refurbishment Appeal.
2018 is the Centenary Year of World Ward I so we are attempting to refurbish the Ward Memorial to its former glory. We are hoping to attract grant funding from The Heritage Lottery Fund and the local authority, but we need your help.
To get or fundraising started we’re offering you a tube of Smarties to enjoy …. but there’s a catch! We would like you to return the tube filled with 20p pieces. Each tube filled to the top will hold £13. If we could get 100 tubes returned that would be a fantastic start to our fundraising. Smarties are available at the back of church each Sunday. Please see Linda Adshead for more information.
We will publicise anyone who returns a tube on our Facebook, Twitter and website. So if you’d like to take a tube to work and ask your colleagues for some help we’ll happily give your team, business, office some publicity.