After what seems to have been a very long winter, we are pleased to announce that we are re-opening the door of St Leonard’s for public services.Continue reading “St Leonard’s, Farlington”
It is with much pleasure that Simon & Tracy announce that the Blacksmiths Arms will be opening again from Monday lunchtime, 6th July.
Of course things will have to be different. A one way system will be in place, all customers are to be seated, no dogs or small children are permitted in the pub but dogs are allowed in the beer garden. Numbers of customers will also be limited. Food will be served, via bookings only, on Mon, Wed, Fri and Sat evenings and for Sunday lunch. Sunday lunch deliveries still available for the village.
I’m sure we will all give Simon and Tracy the support they need whilst they implement all the new requirements and restrictions. Please be patient.
At long last we are able to unlock the Church doors and invite you to spend some time inside for private prayer and contemplation. Due to the extra cleaning regimes we are required to put in place, St. Leonard’s will initially be open every Tuesday and Saturday between 10.00am and 4.30 pm. We look forward very much to welcoming you all back.
The Churchyard continues to be cared for and remains open everyday for you to visit and spend some quiet time in reflection there.
THE Howardian Hills have been named the best place to live in the North and North East.
It is top of a list of 10 locations in the region – and 101 across the UK – chosen by The Sunday Times to represent the best of Britain in the annual Sunday Times Best Places to Live guide.
Farlington Village Hall is a lovely little space with a cosy log fire for those chilly winter evenings. It’s a perfect venue for around 20 people seated, or around 30 standing.
It has various facilities, which include a coffee machine with free coffee, a hot water urn and free tea, various chairs, benches, and tables, free fuel for the fire, and a portaloo.
As well as hosting the annual Parish AGM, the Village Hall has been used for a wide range of less formal events, including pop up summer cafes, christmas carols, pie n’peas night, and the curry night shown below.
So, as you can see the Village Hall is more than capable of adapting to most requirements. The question, is what could you use it for?
Hire charges for the Hall are a paltry £5/hour, with a minimum £10 charge.
To book the hall, please contact email@example.com.
Farlington Village Hall
Wed, 1st May 2019 7pm
MINUTESContinue reading “Farlington Village Hall Charitable Trust AGM”
We are well aware that the length and steepness of the church path can make it very difficult for some people to get to services at St Leonard’s. Someone in Stillington has very kindly donated to the church a nearly-new, robust mobility scooter. This is now available for every Sunday service from about 20 minutes before the service is due to start.
Get to the church gate, or thereabouts, and the buggy will do the rest. A member of the church will be with you so you do not have to be an expert in using mobility scooters.
23rd January 2019, 7pm – Farlington Village HallContinue reading “Minutes – Village Hall Trustees Meeting”
127 people crowded in to St Leonard’s, last Friday (21st) to celebrate Christmas through the traditional service of Lessons and much-loved Carols. Throughout the service the church was lit solely by candles which added to the warm and welcoming atmosphere.Continue reading “St Leonard’s Carol Service”