Tash Hurdiss impressed the judges at this year’s Barbourne’s Got Talent. Her first song was a cover and then her own composition called “Georgina” about her best friend
Tash won £25 and will open the 2017 Minifest Concert for YouthComm. She attends the Worcester School of Rock & Performance at Bishop Perowne School on Saturday Mornings during term time.
In the primary section Rebecca Woodman won singing a “Titanium” and also won £25. This is a photo of Tash.
The newly restored clock installed today at Saint George’s Church will chime midday and ring in the Official Opening of the Summer Fete in St George’s Square on Saturday 9th July.
The Fair is an annual and quintessentially British event in Worcester with Pimms tent, pulled pork, teas, cakes, crafts, games, activities, plants and various other stalls. There is also the Barbourne’s Got Talent competition. This year the winners will receive the accolade of appearing as the opening act at Youthcomm Radio’s Mini Fest 2017. see this website to enter
The newly restored clock at Saint George’s Church in Barbourne will chime for the first time at 12.00 on Saturday 9th July to open the Summer Fair in St George’s Square.
The clock which was re-installed today 27th June, has undergone a £15,000 restoration, thanks to the generosity of local people. The Summer Fair is a truly British affair: Pimms Tent, Pulled Pork baps, Cakes, Teas, a variety of stalls, tombola, refreshments, games, activities, crafts, plants and our popular Barbourne’s Got Talent Competition will also be taking place, with acts encouraged to register online beforehand at saintgeorgesworcester.org.uk. The winners will open the Youthcom Radio MINIFEST in 2017.
Thanks to everyone who has contributed by ‘Buying Just a Minute!’ Saint George’s clock face has now been fully restored and returned to the church turret.
It will be fully working by the end of the week, but the chime will only be switched on at 12.00 midday on Sat 9th July to launch the Opening of the Summer Fair in St George’s Square.
In the Magdalene Room (to the left of the church)
This is not a fund-raiser, it is to share information from the charity ‘Target Ovarian Cancer’ to help women be more aware of the symptoms, to improve diagnosis of a cancer that is often not recognised until it is too late. Early diagnosis improves outcomes, and women have a better chance of surviving longer.
The talk starts about 11am and if you want to come for coffee but don’t want to listen to the information you are welcome to sit in the lovely Quiet Garden with your tea or coffee.
Provided by St George’s Mothers’ Union. Everyone is welcome. Judy Morris.
Our next Messy Church is the week before Father’s Day and will be around the theme of ‘Our Heavenly Father’. Families are welcome to come along for activities, crafts, stories, worship, and lunch. A time to learn more about God’s love for us all and celebrate together. Contact Gwenda on 07811 439180 for more information.
Congratulations to Paul, Hannah, Clare and Stergios on their confirmation last Sunday afternoon at Claines Church. What a wonderful service.
If you are interested to find out more about the Christian faith or just have questions you’d like to ask, or if you’d like to confirm for yourself the promises made by your godparents at your baptism, please come along to one of our Pilgrim Courses. There is no obligation, just come along. Cake is usually provided!
Speak to Rev Jo 780200 to find out more about dates and times. Warning – this could change your life!
If you are interested to find out more about the Christian faith or have questions you’d like to ask, or if you’d like to say for yourself the promises made for you by your godparents at your baptism, then please come and try one of our Pilgrim courses. Call Rev Jo 780200 to find out more detail.
The 2016 Confirmation service is in 22nd May
Mothers’ Union Cream Teas and Spring Fair
Saturday 5th March 2016 2-4pm in the The Magdalene Room, Saint George’s CE Church, Saint George’s Square. Everyone is welcome to come along and enjoy a cream tea.
On the Edge! explores all those moments in life when we are ‘On the Edge’ – falling in love, leaving home, getting a job, bungee jumping, you name it, this show explores it! Essentially a comedy with touching moments – On the Edge premiered at the Edinburgh Festival; where it garnered 5 star reviews, had a sell out production, and has since been seen at over 300 venues across the UK and had sell out performances all over the world. Come and see this feel-good show right on your doorstep at our very own Theatre in the Church, Saint George’s Church, Barbourne. Ages 6 – 106.
This Sunday we celebrate and give thanks to God for our Mothers and all those who have been like Mothers to us. Every woman present will receive a posy of fresh flowers, kindly made by our Mothers Union.
Everyone is welcome. Refreshments served afterwards