We hope to do the usual Carol singing around Seamer and Newby again this year.20th December – Methodist Church to Hilton and Stainton Road21st December – Methodist Church to Holme Lane22nd December – NewbyAll are welcome . Meet 6pm at
4th December 4pmThe tree was purchased this year by the Parish Council and will be erected and decorated by members of the Methodist Church.Everyone attending is invited into the Chapel afterwards for refreshments and singing of Carols.All children attending who
3RD DECEMBER 2-4Please let me know if your child will be attending, as Santa wants to make sure he has enough presents!By email:firstname.lastname@example.org onSeamer Chit chat Facebookgroup.ThanksAnn Thomas.
POP IN CHRISTMAS PARTYSeamer Village HallMonday 19th December 11.30am FOR 12.00TICKETS £5.00Pooled lunchAll welcomeTelephone: Janet Bainbridge01642 715728 for Information
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David and Christine Campy are driving from Seamer, near Stokesley, to Milan to help distribute donations from local people.
Their trip was inspired after reading emails from former Stokesley Circuit Methodist Minister, the Rev Daniel Pratt Morris-Chapman, who relocated to Milan in August after spending a year working in North Yorkshire.
Part of his remit is to work with refugees in the area who are waiting to be repatriated to other areas of the European Union or back to their original country.
Events in December 7pm Sat 10th Dec in Seamer Village Hall – Christmas- sing-a-long by candle-light. Music by Ron Kirk. Pooled supper & bring own drinks. Suitable for children & adults. No admission charge 4pm Sunday 11th Dec – Christmas
Christmas tree light switch on at 4pm on Sun 13th in Methodist Church garden followed by Traditional Children’s Nativity service at 4-15pm (optional seasonal fancy dress)
The annual carol singing around Seamer and Newby on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, December 21st-23rd, raised £586 for Seamer Methodist Church.
There was a good turnout with some new choristers joining in who seemed to enjoy themselves. For once the weather was kind to us and we enjoyed the refreshments on route and afterwards.
A big thank you to everyone for helping to raise such a large sum of money.
The Christmas tree festival managed to raise £257 for Butterwick House Children’s Hospice.
There was a steady stream of visitors throughout the day with activities for the children and delicious refreshments to enjoy. During the morning there was hand bell ringing led by Julia Campbell.