Friday 29 November
Ceilidh band Hands Across with dancing, supper and licensed bar.
Tickets are £12 for non-members, £10 for members and children under 14 are £6. Available from Halton Post Office, Temple Newsam Café or by email at [email protected]. Tickets include a hot meal.
Bring your friends and enjoy an evening of food drink, music and dance. Members can purchase up to a maximum of 4 tickets.
Saturday 30 November
Sunday 1 December
Advent is a time of reflection, contemplation, and preparation before the joyful season of Christmas.
Any baptised Christian of any age is welcome to join us for Communion; alternatively, anybody can come to the altar for a blessing.
Wednesday 4 December
Book your tickets now by calling 0113 212 0066, or online at whitkirkartsguild.com/robinhood.
Saturday 7 December
Greeting Cards Stall, Grand Raffle, Cake Stall, Children's Tombola, Christmas Delights, Whisky Trail, Games & Jigsaws, Mulled Wine, Toiletries, Tuck Stall, Whitkirk Arts Guild, Thorpe Park Raffle, Mothers' Union Stall, St Mary's Church Choir and Organ CDs, Christian Bookstall.
Santa's Grotto - A special visit from Father Christmas.
Cafe serving delicious light refreshments.
Friday 13 December
The Centre will open at 6.00 pm and will close when the last people leave, or at 11.30 pm when the license runs out. You can come whenever you like and stay as long as you want during this time.
Please feel free to bring games to pass the time, but please be mindful of the inclusive nature of the event.
All are welcome.
Sunday 22 December
The annual celebration of the Christmas story in words and music.
The lessons (bible readings) are read by members of the local community.
The Choir of St Mary's Whitkirk will sing new and traditional carols including arrangements by Ralph Vaughan Williams, John Gardner, Philip Ledger and John Rutter and the service will also include an equal number of well-known carols for everyone to sing.
There are refreshments in the Community Centre after the service including tea, coffee, mulled wine and mince pies.
All are welcome at this very popular Christmas carol service.
Tuesday 24 December
All are welcome to our annual crib service with loads of familiar carols - an excellent way for children and families to get together and celebrate Christmas.
You are also warmly invited to dress as your favourite characters in the Christmas story - why not come as an angel, Mary, Joseph, a sheep, or even an innkeeper?