Village Hall Social Saturdays
Our first Social Saturday since ‘the Lockdowns’ will be held on:
25th September from 10.00am
There was a series of talks being held at the Village Hall in which speakers from the village who have a specialist skill/interest/experience, share their knowledge.
Our thanks to the first 4 speakers:
– Dr Sharon Croskin who began the series with a stimulating and very interesting talk on TRAUMA – the body keeps the score.
– Simon Thompson, dog handler and canine first aid trainer, who gave a talk on DOG FIRST AID, which was very informative and thoroughly enjoyed.
– Dr Peter Williams, who shared the depth and width of his knowledge and experience on growing plants throughout A YEAR IN A WOODLAND GARDEN. Very impressive slides Peter!
– Buffy Breakwell for the COMMUNITY CHOIR WORKSHOP, which was great fun and which got us all singing confidently as promised!
The next talk, which was to be on the subject of THE CLIMATE EMERGENCY was cancelled due to Covid and will be re-arranged as soon as possible. Watch this space!
If you would like to give a talk or can recommend a topic or speaker please contact Jane Henley on 01759 318411.
For a full list of church services which is regularly updated please click here.
We are delighted to have the church open again on a daily basis.
The Church is always looking for new members for the Parochial Church Council and helpers for the flower and cleaning rota. If you are interested please contact Jane Henley on 01759 318411.
Do visit this little oasis, which is situated on Church Lane near the crossroads with Breckstreet Lane and Mill Lane. Our thanks to Roger Brook for maintaining the garden until Spring 2020. Peter writes an interesting blog called: nodiggardener.
The plot is owned by the Parish Council for the use of villagers and has gradually been reclaimed since 2005. Once the site of charitable homes for older village residents, the old fruit trees remain but only the foundations of the houses.
It has recently been taken on by Mr and Mrs Taplin and their hard work is already evident. The floor plan of the cottages has been exposed and there is a new entrance using one of the old cottage paths. There is a small area which will interest children.
Please feel free to visit, wander, sit and enjoy.
If you would like to help with the maintenance of this garden, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The telephone box library has proved to be very popular.
There will soon be new shelving, which will help us to keep the books tidy. Once these are in place, the plan is to keep puzzles in the church and the village hall.
If you need to use the defibrillator for an emergency cardiac arrest then:
Agendas and minutes are available on the Parish noticeboard and the Parish Council website: www.seatonrossparishcouncil.org.uk/home
The People’s Pantry is open to everyone in need of help to support themselves and their families. It is a not for profit enterprise ran by volunteers and is a member of FareShare (a charity aimed at relieving food poverty and reducing food waste in the UK). Membership is being sponsored by the Pocklington District Lions Club.
The People’s Pantry in Holme-on-Spalding Moor is a delivery service: If anyone is in need, they can contact Revd. Stephen Cope on any day with a shopping list and he (or another volunteer) will deliver. Donations of non-perishable food, cleaning materials and toiletries can be dropped off at Margaret’s DIY in Holme-on-Spalding Moore, at the back of Seaton Ross Church, or on the Vicarage doorstep: the Vicarage, Market Weighton Road, Holme-on-Spalding Moor.
If any resident of Seaton Ross would like to use the pantry, please phone the Reverend Stephen Cope on 01430 626728. Your application will be treated in the strictest of confidence.