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Saturday 1st August 202014:00 - 16:00Jigsaw Club
Starting Saturday 1st February (will be held first Saturday in the month but not May) at Gosberton Methodist Church. From 2-4pm Jigsaws available to borrow at 50p. Come along choose a jigsaw, have a cuppa & cake Jigsaws available to do while you enjoy a natter. We are planning on having Dominoes & Scrabble to play also. For more details contact Sue or Barry 01775 750263.
Sunday 2nd August 202010:00Holy Communion at St Margaret's Church, Quadring
10am Holy Communion at St Margaret's Church, Quadring. All welcome for this traditional service. This is a group service for all 3 parishes. Social distancing takes place and hand sanitiser is available to use.
10:30Gosberton Baptist Church Service
Every Sunday there is a 10.30am service at Gosberton Baptist Church led by Revd Steve Weatherly-Barton. Everyone welcome.
10:30Gosberton Methodist Chapel
Every Sunday at 10.30am there is a service at the Methodist Chapel in Salem Street. Everyone is welcome!
18:00Evening Prayer at St Peter & St Paul's, Gosberton
A traditional Evening Prayer service at St Peter & St Paul's Church, Gosberton. All welcome. Social distancing takes place and hand sanitiser is available to use.
Monday 3rd August 202009:30 - 11:30Book Club and Coffee Morning at the Public Hall, Gosberton
The Public Hall Trustees have started a new venture (it’s a non profit event) called: THE BOOK CLUB & COFFEE MORNING. It takes place on the 1st and 3rd Monday of the month from 9.30am to 11.30am. There is a yearly subscription of £2 and coffee or tea and biscuits is 50p. The lending library is free. We are very fortunate and grateful that through the kind donations of books from Gosberton and surrounding villages we have excellent variety of Authors. We also have a read and play area for children, to encourage our future readers. This event is totally run by volunteers.
14:00 - 16:00Mobile Post Office in Clough
Mobile Post Office in Gosberton Clough Church Hall from 2 to 4pm every Monday & Thursday, except Bank Holidays. Full Post Office service available including banking. There are local papers to buy, cards and some groceries.
14:00Woodbine Bible Study Group
We have been studying Bible texts with reference to their Jewish origins. The life and times of the people who were alive at the time of Jesus’ birth gives us an insight into how the western world has adapted and sometimes totally changed the ideas that we have. Add to this the problems of translation and how some words can totally change the meaning of a text,and we have got a very deep and illuminating study. Today we have history at our fingertips. We can research any ancient documents and dig into what the historians of the time were writing. What becomes increasingly obvious is that man, particularly western man, has used the sacred texts for his own pursuance of power and control. So, this study now becomes a challenge as to what and how we should believe. The Bible Study group has people who pray daily as individuals and we have group prayer when we are together. Looking at successful churches of all denominations, all of them have active prayer groups. That should be a strong message for us. Our parishes are dying because they are not being fed with God’s word and many people who call themselves Christian are no longer talking to Him or connected to Him in any way, even when they are at a church service. John 13 instructs us “just as I have loved you, you also should love one another.” How can we do this without God’s help? God gave us bodies so that we can live in His world. Each of us has a special skill or talent and we are expected to use that talent to God’s glory. We need prayer, both together and personal if we are to feed ourselves and overcome the evils of the world. Prayer isn’t just for Sundays, it should be ongoing throughout the day, every day. Give thanks for all that we see around us, the sun, the rain, all the wonderful examples of God’s creation, and, yes, that person who annoys you or makes you feel small. We build and grow our faith by what we read and discuss. We will be holidaying during August but come and join us on a Monday afternoon at 2pm. For more information contact Mary Burton on: whgcs@btinternet.com
Tuesday 4th August 202010:00 - 11:30Quadring Mums & Toddlers
Quadring Mums & Toddlers, St Margarets Hall, Main Road, Quadring. During term time only. Contact Stephanie Martin on 07502 206011 for more info.
19:00 - 21:00Bell ringing in Gosberton & Surfleet
Bellringing takes place every Tuesday at Gosberton Parish Church except for the first Tuesday of each month when it takes place at Surfleet Parish Church. During the summer months we also ring at Quadring Parish Church sometimes. Newcomers always welcome. Why not come along have a go?! Please ring the Tower Captain, Peter Wakefield on 01775 840536.
Wednesday 5th August 202019:00 - 20:00Karate & Kung Fu Self Defence class
FREESTYLE KARATE AND KUNG FU SELF DEFENCE CLASSES ON WEDNESDAY EVENING’S 7PM TO 8PM at the Public Hall Gosberton. For more info call Jason on 07939 117131 or email him on jrehair@hotmail.com
Thursday 6th August 202013:30 - 15:30Handbell Choir
The Handbell choir meet every Thursday at 1.30pm in Gosberton Church hall for practice. We have had several performances this year. The first was at the opening service of the Flower Festival in the church in April. During June we performed at the Summer Fair on the playing field in Gosberton and also at the annual general meeting of The Good Neighbours Scheme in the Public Hall in Gosberton. Christmas performances took place at St Peter & Paul’s Church Wigtoft, St Margaret’s Church Quadring and at Gosberton Methodist Church Ladies Group. If you would like us to play at your function phone Ray on 01775 841151 We still require people to play, you are invited to come and "have a go". You will have fun, guaranteed!
14:00 - 16:00Mobile Post Office in Clough
Mobile Post Office in Gosberton Clough Church Hall from 2 to 4pm every Monday & Thursday, except Bank Holidays. Full Post Office service available including banking. There are local papers to buy, cards and some groceries.
Sunday 9th August 202010:00Holy Communion at St Peter & St Paul's Gosberton
10am Holy Communion at St Peter & St Paul's Church Gosberton. All welcome for this traditional service. Social distancing takes place and hand sanitiser is available to use.
10:00Family friendly service at St Margarets Church, Quadring
10am Family friendly service at St Margarets Church, Quadring. All welcome. Social distancing takes place and hand sanitiser is available to use.
10:30Gosberton Baptist Church Service
Every Sunday there is a 10.30am service at Gosberton Baptist Church led by Revd Steve Weatherly-Barton. Everyone welcome.
10:30Gosberton Methodist Chapel
Every Sunday at 10.30am there is a service at the Methodist Chapel in Salem Street. Everyone is welcome!
18:00Holy Communion at St Gilbert & St Hugh's, Gosberton Clough
Evening Communion Service at St Gilbert & St Hugh's Church, Gosberton Clough. All welcome. Social distancing takes place and hand sanitiser is available to use.
Monday 10th August 202014:00 - 16:00Mobile Post Office in Clough
Mobile Post Office in Gosberton Clough Church Hall from 2 to 4pm every Monday & Thursday, except Bank Holidays. Full Post Office service available including banking. There are local papers to buy, cards and some groceries.
14:00Woodbine Bible Study Group
We have been studying Bible texts with reference to their Jewish origins. The life and times of the people who were alive at the time of Jesus’ birth gives us an insight into how the western world has adapted and sometimes totally changed the ideas that we have. Add to this the problems of translation and how some words can totally change the meaning of a text,and we have got a very deep and illuminating study. Today we have history at our fingertips. We can research any ancient documents and dig into what the historians of the time were writing. What becomes increasingly obvious is that man, particularly western man, has used the sacred texts for his own pursuance of power and control. So, this study now becomes a challenge as to what and how we should believe. The Bible Study group has people who pray daily as individuals and we have group prayer when we are together. Looking at successful churches of all denominations, all of them have active prayer groups. That should be a strong message for us. Our parishes are dying because they are not being fed with God’s word and many people who call themselves Christian are no longer talking to Him or connected to Him in any way, even when they are at a church service. John 13 instructs us “just as I have loved you, you also should love one another.” How can we do this without God’s help? God gave us bodies so that we can live in His world. Each of us has a special skill or talent and we are expected to use that talent to God’s glory. We need prayer, both together and personal if we are to feed ourselves and overcome the evils of the world. Prayer isn’t just for Sundays, it should be ongoing throughout the day, every day. Give thanks for all that we see around us, the sun, the rain, all the wonderful examples of God’s creation, and, yes, that person who annoys you or makes you feel small. We build and grow our faith by what we read and discuss. We will be holidaying during August but come and join us on a Monday afternoon at 2pm. For more information contact Mary Burton on: whgcs@btinternet.com
Tuesday 11th August 202010:00 - 11:30Quadring Mums & Toddlers
Quadring Mums & Toddlers, St Margarets Hall, Main Road, Quadring. During term time only. Contact Stephanie Martin on 07502 206011 for more info.
13:45 - 16:15Good Companions
Do you want to meet new people? Are you looking for somewhere to go for a couple of hours a fortnight? Then why not join our friendly local club for the over 55's. We play Bingo, have a raffle and auction off local produce. We meet in Gosberton Public Hall in the High Street on alternate Tuesdays. There is a small annual membership fee plus a charge for tea, coffee & biscuits. Please phone our Chairman Arthur Gold on 01775 718517 to find out more information.
19:00 - 21:00Bell ringing in Gosberton & Surfleet
Bellringing takes place every Tuesday at Gosberton Parish Church except for the first Tuesday of each month when it takes place at Surfleet Parish Church. During the summer months we also ring at Quadring Parish Church sometimes. Newcomers always welcome. Why not come along have a go?! Please ring the Tower Captain, Peter Wakefield on 01775 840536.
Wednesday 12th August 202019:00 - 20:00Karate & Kung Fu Self Defence class
FREESTYLE KARATE AND KUNG FU SELF DEFENCE CLASSES ON WEDNESDAY EVENING’S 7PM TO 8PM at the Public Hall Gosberton. For more info call Jason on 07939 117131 or email him on jrehair@hotmail.com
19:15Quadring WI
Quadring WI is now in its 4th year and brings together a great group of ladies. We meet on the 2nd Wednesday of every month 7.15pm at St Margaret’s Hall, Quadring and are always pleased to have new ladies come along. We have some great talks, activities and outings. Come along and meet us!
Thursday 13th August 202013:30 - 15:30Handbell Choir
The Handbell choir meet every Thursday at 1.30pm in Gosberton Church hall for practice. We have had several performances this year. The first was at the opening service of the Flower Festival in the church in April. During June we performed at the Summer Fair on the playing field in Gosberton and also at the annual general meeting of The Good Neighbours Scheme in the Public Hall in Gosberton. Christmas performances took place at St Peter & Paul’s Church Wigtoft, St Margaret’s Church Quadring and at Gosberton Methodist Church Ladies Group. If you would like us to play at your function phone Ray on 01775 841151 We still require people to play, you are invited to come and "have a go". You will have fun, guaranteed!
14:00 - 16:00Mobile Post Office in Clough
Mobile Post Office in Gosberton Clough Church Hall from 2 to 4pm every Monday & Thursday, except Bank Holidays. Full Post Office service available including banking. There are local papers to buy, cards and some groceries.
Sunday 16th August 202010:00Holy Communion at St Peter & St Paul's, Gosberton
10am Holy Communion at St Peter & St Paul's Church Gosberton. All welcome for this traditional service. Social distancing takes place and hand sanitiser is available to use.
10:30Gosberton Baptist Church Service
Every Sunday there is a 10.30am service at Gosberton Baptist Church led by Revd Steve Weatherly-Barton. Everyone welcome.
10:30Gosberton Methodist Chapel
Every Sunday at 10.30am there is a service at the Methodist Chapel in Salem Street. Everyone is welcome!
18:00Evening Prayer at St Peter & St Paul's, Gosberton
A traditional Evening Prayer service at St Peter & St Paul's Church, Gosberton. All welcome. Social distancing takes place and hand sanitiser is available to use.
Monday 17th August 202009:30 - 11:30Book Club and Coffee Morning at the Public Hall, Gosberton
The Public Hall Trustees have started a new venture (it’s a non profit event) called: THE BOOK CLUB & COFFEE MORNING. It takes place on the 1st and 3rd Monday of the month from 9.30am to 11.30am. There is a yearly subscription of £2 and coffee or tea and biscuits is 50p. The lending library is free. We are very fortunate and grateful that through the kind donations of books from Gosberton and surrounding villages we have excellent variety of Authors. We also have a read and play area for children, to encourage our future readers. This event is totally run by volunteers.
14:00 - 16:00Mobile Post Office in Clough
Mobile Post Office in Gosberton Clough Church Hall from 2 to 4pm every Monday & Thursday, except Bank Holidays. Full Post Office service available including banking. There are local papers to buy, cards and some groceries.
14:00Woodbine Bible Study Group
We have been studying Bible texts with reference to their Jewish origins. The life and times of the people who were alive at the time of Jesus’ birth gives us an insight into how the western world has adapted and sometimes totally changed the ideas that we have. Add to this the problems of translation and how some words can totally change the meaning of a text,and we have got a very deep and illuminating study. Today we have history at our fingertips. We can research any ancient documents and dig into what the historians of the time were writing. What becomes increasingly obvious is that man, particularly western man, has used the sacred texts for his own pursuance of power and control. So, this study now becomes a challenge as to what and how we should believe. The Bible Study group has people who pray daily as individuals and we have group prayer when we are together. Looking at successful churches of all denominations, all of them have active prayer groups. That should be a strong message for us. Our parishes are dying because they are not being fed with God’s word and many people who call themselves Christian are no longer talking to Him or connected to Him in any way, even when they are at a church service. John 13 instructs us “just as I have loved you, you also should love one another.” How can we do this without God’s help? God gave us bodies so that we can live in His world. Each of us has a special skill or talent and we are expected to use that talent to God’s glory. We need prayer, both together and personal if we are to feed ourselves and overcome the evils of the world. Prayer isn’t just for Sundays, it should be ongoing throughout the day, every day. Give thanks for all that we see around us, the sun, the rain, all the wonderful examples of God’s creation, and, yes, that person who annoys you or makes you feel small. We build and grow our faith by what we read and discuss. We will be holidaying during August but come and join us on a Monday afternoon at 2pm. For more information contact Mary Burton on: whgcs@btinternet.com
Tuesday 18th August 202010:00 - 11:30Quadring Mums & Toddlers
Quadring Mums & Toddlers, St Margarets Hall, Main Road, Quadring. During term time only. Contact Stephanie Martin on 07502 206011 for more info.
19:00 - 21:00Bell ringing in Gosberton & Surfleet
Bellringing takes place every Tuesday at Gosberton Parish Church except for the first Tuesday of each month when it takes place at Surfleet Parish Church. During the summer months we also ring at Quadring Parish Church sometimes. Newcomers always welcome. Why not come along have a go?! Please ring the Tower Captain, Peter Wakefield on 01775 840536.
Wednesday 19th August 202019:00 - 20:00Karate & Kung Fu Self Defence class
FREESTYLE KARATE AND KUNG FU SELF DEFENCE CLASSES ON WEDNESDAY EVENING’S 7PM TO 8PM at the Public Hall Gosberton. For more info call Jason on 07939 117131 or email him on jrehair@hotmail.com
Thursday 20th August 202013:30 - 15:30Handbell Choir
The Handbell choir meet every Thursday at 1.30pm in Gosberton Church hall for practice. We have had several performances this year. The first was at the opening service of the Flower Festival in the church in April. During June we performed at the Summer Fair on the playing field in Gosberton and also at the annual general meeting of The Good Neighbours Scheme in the Public Hall in Gosberton. Christmas performances took place at St Peter & Paul’s Church Wigtoft, St Margaret’s Church Quadring and at Gosberton Methodist Church Ladies Group. If you would like us to play at your function phone Ray on 01775 841151 We still require people to play, you are invited to come and "have a go". You will have fun, guaranteed!
14:00 - 16:00Mobile Post Office in Clough
Mobile Post Office in Gosberton Clough Church Hall from 2 to 4pm every Monday & Thursday, except Bank Holidays. Full Post Office service available including banking. There are local papers to buy, cards and some groceries.
Sunday 23rd August 202010:00Holy Communion at St Margaret's Church, Quadring
10am Holy Communion at St Margaret's Church, Quadring. All welcome for this traditional service. Social distancing takes place and hand sanitiser is available to use
10:30Gosberton Baptist Church Service
Every Sunday there is a 10.30am service at Gosberton Baptist Church led by Revd Steve Weatherly-Barton. Everyone welcome.
10:30Gosberton Methodist Chapel
Every Sunday at 10.30am there is a service at the Methodist Chapel in Salem Street. Everyone is welcome!
18:00Evening Prayer at St Peter & St Paul's, Gosberton
A traditional Evening Prayer service at St Peter & St Paul's Church, Gosberton. All welcome. Social distancing takes place and hand sanitiser is available to use.
Monday 24th August 202014:00 - 16:00Mobile Post Office in Clough
Mobile Post Office in Gosberton Clough Church Hall from 2 to 4pm every Monday & Thursday, except Bank Holidays. Full Post Office service available including banking. There are local papers to buy, cards and some groceries.
14:00Woodbine Bible Study Group
We have been studying Bible texts with reference to their Jewish origins. The life and times of the people who were alive at the time of Jesus’ birth gives us an insight into how the western world has adapted and sometimes totally changed the ideas that we have. Add to this the problems of translation and how some words can totally change the meaning of a text,and we have got a very deep and illuminating study. Today we have history at our fingertips. We can research any ancient documents and dig into what the historians of the time were writing. What becomes increasingly obvious is that man, particularly western man, has used the sacred texts for his own pursuance of power and control. So, this study now becomes a challenge as to what and how we should believe. The Bible Study group has people who pray daily as individuals and we have group prayer when we are together. Looking at successful churches of all denominations, all of them have active prayer groups. That should be a strong message for us. Our parishes are dying because they are not being fed with God’s word and many people who call themselves Christian are no longer talking to Him or connected to Him in any way, even when they are at a church service. John 13 instructs us “just as I have loved you, you also should love one another.” How can we do this without God’s help? God gave us bodies so that we can live in His world. Each of us has a special skill or talent and we are expected to use that talent to God’s glory. We need prayer, both together and personal if we are to feed ourselves and overcome the evils of the world. Prayer isn’t just for Sundays, it should be ongoing throughout the day, every day. Give thanks for all that we see around us, the sun, the rain, all the wonderful examples of God’s creation, and, yes, that person who annoys you or makes you feel small. We build and grow our faith by what we read and discuss. We will be holidaying during August but come and join us on a Monday afternoon at 2pm. For more information contact Mary Burton on: whgcs@btinternet.com
Tuesday 25th August 202010:00 - 11:30Quadring Mums & Toddlers
Quadring Mums & Toddlers, St Margarets Hall, Main Road, Quadring. During term time only. Contact Stephanie Martin on 07502 206011 for more info.
13:45 - 16:15Good Companions
Do you want to meet new people? Are you looking for somewhere to go for a couple of hours a fortnight? Then why not join our friendly local club for the over 55's. We play Bingo, have a raffle and auction off local produce. We meet in Gosberton Public Hall in the High Street on alternate Tuesdays. There is a small annual membership fee plus a charge for tea, coffee & biscuits. Please phone our Chairman Arthur Gold on 01775 718517 to find out more information.
19:00 - 21:00Bell ringing in Gosberton & Surfleet
Bellringing takes place every Tuesday at Gosberton Parish Church except for the first Tuesday of each month when it takes place at Surfleet Parish Church. During the summer months we also ring at Quadring Parish Church sometimes. Newcomers always welcome. Why not come along have a go?! Please ring the Tower Captain, Peter Wakefield on 01775 840536.
Wednesday 26th August 202019:00 - 20:00Karate & Kung Fu Self Defence class
FREESTYLE KARATE AND KUNG FU SELF DEFENCE CLASSES ON WEDNESDAY EVENING’S 7PM TO 8PM at the Public Hall Gosberton. For more info call Jason on 07939 117131 or email him on jrehair@hotmail.com
Thursday 27th August 202013:30 - 15:30Handbell Choir
The Handbell choir meet every Thursday at 1.30pm in Gosberton Church hall for practice. We have had several performances this year. The first was at the opening service of the Flower Festival in the church in April. During June we performed at the Summer Fair on the playing field in Gosberton and also at the annual general meeting of The Good Neighbours Scheme in the Public Hall in Gosberton. Christmas performances took place at St Peter & Paul’s Church Wigtoft, St Margaret’s Church Quadring and at Gosberton Methodist Church Ladies Group. If you would like us to play at your function phone Ray on 01775 841151 We still require people to play, you are invited to come and "have a go". You will have fun, guaranteed!
14:00 - 16:00Mobile Post Office in Clough
Mobile Post Office in Gosberton Clough Church Hall from 2 to 4pm every Monday & Thursday, except Bank Holidays. Full Post Office service available including banking. There are local papers to buy, cards and some groceries.
Friday 28th August 202014:00Fun & Fellowship afternoon
The fun and fellowship meeting takes place at the home of Des and Rene Curtis on the last Friday of the month at 2pm. We mostly play triominos and there is usually a prize for the winner, plus delicious refreshments. Why not come and join us. Just ring Des and Rene on 01775 840945.
Sunday 30th August 202010:00Holy Communion at St Peter & St Paul's Church Gosberton
10am Holy Communion at St Peter & St Paul's Church Gosberton. All welcome for this traditional service. This is a group service for all 3 parishes. Social distancing takes place and hand sanitiser is available to use.
10:30Gosberton Baptist Church Service
Every Sunday there is a 10.30am service at Gosberton Baptist Church led by Revd Steve Weatherly-Barton. Everyone welcome.
10:30Gosberton Methodist Chapel
Every Sunday at 10.30am there is a service at the Methodist Chapel in Salem Street. Everyone is welcome!
18:00Evening Prayer at St Peter & St Paul's, Gosberton
A traditional Evening Prayer service at St Peter & St Paul's Church, Gosberton. All welcome. Social distancing takes place and hand sanitiser is available to use.
Monday 31st August 202014:00 - 16:00Mobile Post Office in Clough
Mobile Post Office in Gosberton Clough Church Hall from 2 to 4pm every Monday & Thursday, except Bank Holidays. Full Post Office service available including banking. There are local papers to buy, cards and some groceries.
14:00Woodbine Bible Study Group
We have been studying Bible texts with reference to their Jewish origins. The life and times of the people who were alive at the time of Jesus’ birth gives us an insight into how the western world has adapted and sometimes totally changed the ideas that we have. Add to this the problems of translation and how some words can totally change the meaning of a text,and we have got a very deep and illuminating study. Today we have history at our fingertips. We can research any ancient documents and dig into what the historians of the time were writing. What becomes increasingly obvious is that man, particularly western man, has used the sacred texts for his own pursuance of power and control. So, this study now becomes a challenge as to what and how we should believe. The Bible Study group has people who pray daily as individuals and we have group prayer when we are together. Looking at successful churches of all denominations, all of them have active prayer groups. That should be a strong message for us. Our parishes are dying because they are not being fed with God’s word and many people who call themselves Christian are no longer talking to Him or connected to Him in any way, even when they are at a church service. John 13 instructs us “just as I have loved you, you also should love one another.” How can we do this without God’s help? God gave us bodies so that we can live in His world. Each of us has a special skill or talent and we are expected to use that talent to God’s glory. We need prayer, both together and personal if we are to feed ourselves and overcome the evils of the world. Prayer isn’t just for Sundays, it should be ongoing throughout the day, every day. Give thanks for all that we see around us, the sun, the rain, all the wonderful examples of God’s creation, and, yes, that person who annoys you or makes you feel small. We build and grow our faith by what we read and discuss. We will be holidaying during August but come and join us on a Monday afternoon at 2pm. For more information contact Mary Burton on: whgcs@btinternet.com
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