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On Sunday 6th September there will be service of Holy communion at 8.45am in Harlaston Church.
You are welcome to join us and stay afterwards for a chat. Tea/coffee and biscuits will be provided
On Sunday 30th August there will be a Church service for all the parishes in the Mease Valley at St.Peter's Church, Elford at 10.15am.
After the service tea, coffee and biscuits will be available.
You are invited to join us!
This is part of the 2nd day of the Elford Scarecrow Festival.
There are lots of scarecrows around the village, in Church And in the Hall Gardens.
Sunflower trail for children.
Teas & cakes in the village hall.
Fun stalls - BBQ - White elephant plus more.
Voting programme and route map £2.00
On Thursday 30th July the Harlaston Indoor Bowls Club Committee decided that the new season would begin on Sunday 27th September with an opportunity for newcomers to have a practice.
Bowling between 2pm and 6pm. Come and go as you please or stay all afternoon.
There will be no charge and there will be a raffle.
This season the membership fee will be £8.00 (£5.00 for concessions) plus £1.50 per session including tea/coffee and biscuits.
New comers can attend twice before deciding if they wish to join.
Bowling normally takes place on Tuesdays 7pm to 10pm and Wednesdays 2.00 pm to 4.30pm and 7pm to 10pm and occasional Sundays 2pm to 6pm
The season ends at the end of March 2016
, More information from Harold 01827 383755 or Christine 01827 373438
on 26th July the Church service had a Summer theme.
The Service was led by both Reverend Garry and Nicky Busby. It included summer elements in the form of a short story, then a poem read by Dee Littleford.
Some beautiful hymns accompanied by the Church organ, played by Martin Browne, then a talk by Garry.
Attendance was about 31 in the congregation and most stayed afterwards for a chat and tea or coffee and biscuits.
Harvesting is underway in the parishes; after silage making and hay making, we now have the start of combining the barley and the oil seed rape crops. Strawberry picking is well underway and everyone enjoyed strawberries and cream grown, picked and kindly donated by the Busby family of Manor Farm, Church Lane, Chilcote.