Churches of Belbroughton, Fairfield & Clent
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Church News
CHURCH NEWS AND EVENTS BIBLE STUDY Bible study is held weekly at Belbroughton Church Office, at 7.30pm on Tuesdays.  When the office is not available, it is sometimes held on other days. Contact Pat Weston or the church office for details. COFFEE MORNINGS Coffee mornings are held at Belbroughton Church Hall once a month, 10.00am til noon.  LITTLE FISHES Do you have young children or care for young children?  Come and join Little Fishes for stories, songs and fun.  Refreshments provided and a chance to chat.  All very welcome. We will be taking a break from running Little Fishes for a while; please contact Pauline Jones for further info. CARING & SHARING Caring & Sharing group meet at the Belbroughton Church Office on some Saturday mornings; please contact the church office for further information FRIENDS FOR LUNCH CLUB On the last Tuesday of the month from 12noon til 2pm, something new at the Church Hall in Belbroughton.  Why not join us for a couple of hours good company, conversation and a light lunch. Entertainment includes quizzes, sing-a-longs, keep fit, days out, guest speakers. £4.50 per session.  Call or email to book a place and let us know of any dietary requirements Contact: Tracey 07977 170038 or Sharon 01562 731227 or email If you are a little less able to get out and about or have difficulty with transport, please contact us and we will try to help BELBROUGHTON UNITED CHARITIES Allotment plots are occasionally available.  For further information please contact Peter Jones 0121 453 7785 HOLY TRINITY CHURCH, BELBROUGHTON We have entered our churchyard into the Best Kept Churchyard  competition.  Would you please help keep it tidy.  Many thanks. ADDITIONAL USED POSTAGE STAMPS I am collecting stamps for Primrose Hospital and would like to thank the people who have recently passed their stamps to me.  I realise how scarce these are becoming, and we only have them in the post at Christmas and anniversaries.  They are still used to raise much needed funds for the Hospice, who are grateful for any help. Thank you again, Margaret Must 874783