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Churches Together in Wetherby & District
In2Out's Big Give Christmas Challenge
Get ready! Campaign starts on Tuesday, November 28s, until 5-Dec
In2Out helps young people make a new start when they leave prison. These youngsters are full of potential and so much more than the offences they have committed. With the consistent support of an In2Out mentor they can shape positive, stable lifestyles for themselves, full of aspiration and hope.
Your donation to our A new start for young people leaving prison campaign will help In2Out to provide more mentoring and practical support to our participants.
Donations to In2Out are welcome at any time, but if you give via our online campaign from 12noon on 28th November to 5th December your donation will be doubled for as long as matching funds last.
Senior Citizens Christmas Party
1:00—3:00pm, Monday December 4<
You are cordially invited to Wetherby High School's party for Senior Citizens. Afternoon tea and Christmas entertainment will be provided by students of the High School.
If you'd like to attend - or know someone who would - please RSVP to Vickie Meaking (firstname.lastname@example.org, telephone 01937 522500) by Wednesday 29th November.
The Wetherby & District Foodbank has been experiencing unprecedented need for almost a year and this has been coupled with a relative decline in donations. Our stocks of food and hygiene essentials are very depleted.
Urgent needs can be seen in the image on the left (click to enlarge).
Churches Together Community Prayers
9:00am on the first Wednesday of every month, in Margins Bookshop, Church Street
Meeting in Margins Bookshop (now opposite the Cheese Shop), everyone is invited to join us in prayer for about half an hour to lift up to the Lord our community and its people, churches, businesses, activities. And no doubt we shall be praying for other things that are on our hearts, too.
Do come along if you can... everyone is welcome.
Better Wetherby October Newsletter
The latest edition of the BW News tells of the rejection of the planning application submitted by LIDL for the Mercure Hotel site. It also give more details of progress on the Racecourse Approach developments. There are also details about a couple of consultations to which you are invited to make your contribution.
Click on the image on the right to read or download the newsletter.
Persimmon have agreed to hold a public display of their plans for around 130 dwellings on the North-Western area of the Racecourse Approach site. This will take place at Wetherby Town Hall on Thursday 9th November between 10am and 2pm.
Anyone can go along and ask questions of the developer on their proposals. This is your opportunity to learn more and give your views on the development prior to Persimmon submitting a planning application.
Wednesday mornings, 9:30—11:00am in St James' Church Centre
The group, which is jointly run by St James Church and Wetherby Baptist, runs during school term time. If you've got toddlers to look after, why not come along and try it?
For more information, see the Wednesday Toddlers webpage.