As we prepare to remember the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War and those who died, year 6 pupils wanted to learn more about the war and its effect on the local community. They began by inviting Mr Martin Jones to tell them about the letters written by John Westhead who was…

Concert starts at 7.30pm, tickets £6:00 Adults, £4:00 Children available from church or when you arrive on the night. Last year’s concert was very popular & a great success so make sure you get your tickets early. There will be a raffle during the interval.

To mark the 100th Anniversary of the ending of the First World War there are changes to some of our Acts of Remembrance so please check the magazine or the website calendar for full details.

Each of our churches looked beautiful as they were filled with the many gifts of food, flowers and potted plants donated by members of our communities. The dried and tinned food was donated to the Food Bank, all the fresh produce was taken to St Lawrence Church, Chorley as they are part of the group…

Congratulations to Katie on all her hard work organising the collection of teddy bears for the charity ‘Teddy Bear Trust’ who will be taking them to children in the war zones in Syria. We must also thank Rev’d Janet and her family for all their hard work sorting and storing the teddies till they were…

Friday, 3rd August, 2018 at The Bungalow, High Street, Mawdesley from 11am to 3pm.  Please come along and join us for a coffee and a chat.     All contributions of cakes etc would be most welcome. I am holding this  event because in 1982 my brother at the age of 40 was living in America and…

We wish to thank all who contributed towards the making of the Scarecrows, supplied clothes, filling etc., for our entry in the Village Scarecrow Festival, which was very successful, and enjoyed by many from our Village. Our Church was open to the public on Saturday and Sunday, with exhibits from past and present, together with…

21st & 22nd July Don’t miss this opportunity to visit Mawdesley and see the scarecrows all around the village and in the church graveyard, as you can see from the picture of the St Peter’s School display a lot of hard work has gone into making this a truly memorable event. If you’ve never visited…

 1st July 2018 As usual we shall be delighted to welcome the School to the 11.00am service.

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