Residents enjoy community day

Hi,'Hope you can manage some of this during the week.'Eddie' 'ABOUT 100 local residents from the Seamer, Irton and Crossgates area enjoyed a Community Fun Day held as part of the local churches annual Springtide Mission.'The event ae designed to get members of the community together in a friendly and enjoyable atmosphere and show them what was on offer locally ae was held at Seamer and Irton CP School, on Saturday.'Among the attractions were free burgers and a bouncy castle, children's crafts and various stalls, including a Christian Aid cake stall. Music was provided by a band made up of local church musicians.' 'CHURCH CHUMS. Seamer vicar the Rev Laura McWilliams, left, with churchwarden Mary Otway, parish councillor David Raine and Marion Raine at the St Martin's Church stall.
Hi,'Hope you can manage some of this during the week.'Eddie' 'ABOUT 100 local residents from the Seamer, Irton and Crossgates area enjoyed a Community Fun Day held as part of the local churches annual Springtide Mission.'The event ae designed to get members of the community together in a friendly and enjoyable atmosphere and show them what was on offer locally ae was held at Seamer and Irton CP School, on Saturday.'Among the attractions were free burgers and a bouncy castle, children's crafts and various stalls, including a Christian Aid cake stall. Music was provided by a band made up of local church musicians.' 'CHURCH CHUMS. Seamer vicar the Rev Laura McWilliams, left, with churchwarden Mary Otway, parish councillor David Raine and Marion Raine at the St Martin's Church stall.

ABOUT 100 local residents from the Seamer, Irton and Crossgates area enjoyed a Community Fun Day held as part of the local churches annual Springtide Mission.

The event, designed to get members of the community together in a friendly and enjoyable atmosphere and show them what was on offer locally, was held at Seamer and Irton CP School, on Saturday.

ABOUT 100 local residents from the Seamer, Irton and Crossgates area enjoyed a Community Fun Day held as part of the local churches annual Springtide Mission.'The event ae designed to get members of the community together in a friendly and enjoyable atmosphere and show them what was on offer locally ae was held at Seamer and Irton CP School, on Saturday.'Among the attractions were free burgers and a bouncy castle, children's crafts and various stalls, including a Christian Aid cake stall. Music was provided by a band made up of local church musicians.''LOVE LESSON. Faith in Schools youth worker Bruce Clarke, left, talks of God's love with Lilly Jenkinson-Worthy, and Seamer and Irton CP School head teacher Jonathan Wanless and his children, Chris, Rose, Will and Matthew Wanless.

ABOUT 100 local residents from the Seamer, Irton and Crossgates area enjoyed a Community Fun Day held as part of the local churches annual Springtide Mission.'The event ae designed to get members of the community together in a friendly and enjoyable atmosphere and show them what was on offer locally ae was held at Seamer and Irton CP School, on Saturday.'Among the attractions were free burgers and a bouncy castle, children's crafts and various stalls, including a Christian Aid cake stall. Music was provided by a band made up of local church musicians.''LOVE LESSON. Faith in Schools youth worker Bruce Clarke, left, talks of God's love with Lilly Jenkinson-Worthy, and Seamer and Irton CP School head teacher Jonathan Wanless and his children, Chris, Rose, Will and Matthew Wanless.

Among the attractions were free burgers and a bouncy castle, children’s crafts and various stalls, including a Christian Aid cake stall. Music was provided by a band made up of local church musicians.

Seamer vicar the Rev Laura McWilliams said the organisers had been pleased with the turn out and the contributions made in involving the villagers in what the Methodist and Anglican Churches and other local organisations had to offer.

Hi,'Hope you can manage some of this during the week.'Eddie' 'ABOUT 100 local residents from the Seamer, Irton and Crossgates area enjoyed a Community Fun Day held as part of the local churches annual Springtide Mission.'The event ae designed to get members of the community together in a friendly and enjoyable atmosphere and show them what was on offer locally ae was held at Seamer and Irton CP School, on Saturday.'Among the attractions were free burgers and a bouncy castle, children's crafts and various stalls, including a Christian Aid cake stall. Music was provided by a band made up of local church musicians.' 'BURGER BOOTH. Methodist minister the Rev Geoff Bowell busy cooking the free burgers at the outdoor stall.

Hi,'Hope you can manage some of this during the week.'Eddie' 'ABOUT 100 local residents from the Seamer, Irton and Crossgates area enjoyed a Community Fun Day held as part of the local churches annual Springtide Mission.'The event ae designed to get members of the community together in a friendly and enjoyable atmosphere and show them what was on offer locally ae was held at Seamer and Irton CP School, on Saturday.'Among the attractions were free burgers and a bouncy castle, children's crafts and various stalls, including a Christian Aid cake stall. Music was provided by a band made up of local church musicians.' 'BURGER BOOTH. Methodist minister the Rev Geoff Bowell busy cooking the free burgers at the outdoor stall.

ABOUT 100 local residents from the Seamer, Irton and Crossgates area enjoyed a Community Fun Day held as part of the local churches annual Springtide Mission.'The event ae designed to get members of the community together in a friendly and enjoyable atmosphere and show them what was on offer locally ae was held at Seamer and Irton CP School, on Saturday.'Among the attractions were free burgers and a bouncy castle, children's crafts and various stalls, including a Christian Aid cake stall. Music was provided by a band made up of local church musicians.'Seamer vicar the Rev Laura McWilliams said the organisers had been pleased with the turn out and the contributions made in involving the villagers in what the Methodist and Anglican Churches and other local organisations had to offer.'CAPTIONS (all pictures submitted)'CAKES CRUSADER. Methodist minister the Rev Geoff Bowell offers for sale cakes from the Christian Aid stall.

ABOUT 100 local residents from the Seamer, Irton and Crossgates area enjoyed a Community Fun Day held as part of the local churches annual Springtide Mission.'The event ae designed to get members of the community together in a friendly and enjoyable atmosphere and show them what was on offer locally ae was held at Seamer and Irton CP School, on Saturday.'Among the attractions were free burgers and a bouncy castle, children's crafts and various stalls, including a Christian Aid cake stall. Music was provided by a band made up of local church musicians.'Seamer vicar the Rev Laura McWilliams said the organisers had been pleased with the turn out and the contributions made in involving the villagers in what the Methodist and Anglican Churches and other local organisations had to offer.'CAPTIONS (all pictures submitted)'CAKES CRUSADER. Methodist minister the Rev Geoff Bowell offers for sale cakes from the Christian Aid stall.