Austwick Afternoon Fellowship.
Programme for 2019.
Most meetings: Wednesday at 1:30pm in the Village Hall, unless otherwise stated.
Jan 23rd Sue Parker: The pleasure of drawing.
Feb 27th John Reid: Memories of a yesteryear in Settle.
March 27th Alec Rigby:
Iran, Shiraz to Tehran by bike and bus.
April 24th David Herbert: Guide dogs for the blind.
May 29th Sue Mann in Austwick Church: Bringing a community together.
June 26th Visit to Parceval Hall gardens.
Cost for garden entrance is £6.
Mon July 22nd Daniel Nelson (Nelsons footwear in Settle): All about shoes from 1750.
At 7:00pm in Austwick Church.
Aug 21st Visit to York Minster.
Aug 28th Sam Dolby: Painting.
Sept 25th Carol McKevitt: First steps into family history.
Oct 23rd Judy Rogers: People and the Dales.
Nov 27th Ronnie Lardner: Travels in Australia.
All meetings take place at 1:30pm in the Parish Hall unless otherwise stated above.
A voluntary contribution of £1 at each meeting helps to support the hire of the hall and also Afternoon Fellowship funds.
Austwick Church Fellowship Group
Diary of events for 2018
Wed 24th January Hidden France
Speakers: Judy and Chris Leeming
Wed 28th February The pleasure of drawing
Speaker: Sue Parker
Wed 28th March A guest speaker to be announced
Wed 25th April Rural Rumania
Speaker: Michael Southworth
Wed 23rd May I hear sweet music
With Rowland Fudge in Clapham Church
Wed 27th June @2pm Garden party at Beck House
With kind permission of Gwen and Graham
Wed 25th July Iran: Shiraz to Tehran by bike and bus
Speaker: Alec Rigby
Wed 22nd August A visit to Durham Cathedral
Wed 26th September Garden visit to Holehird Gardens
Refreshments at Hayes Garden Centre
Wed 24th October AGM followed by Man, Money and Worship in Clapham
Speaker: Ken Pierce
Wed 28th November Guide Dogs for the Blind
Speaker: Dave Herbert
Wed 12th Dec Christmas Celebrations
The Afternoon Fellowship published two booklets;
We had lovely shops in the village and We had a wonderful childhood, both written by Lindsey Smith.
The project was funded by a Grassroots Grant.
Both books may be purchased at our meetings or at the village shop.