Following consultation with the community around the parish of All Saints Thirkleby a new charity has been formed and named ‘All Saints Together’. The charity will follow a similar format to a ‘Friends Of’ group.
The purpose of the charity is to retain and enhance All Saints Church as a community asset for everyone to enjoy.
The purposes include the restoration, preservation, repair, maintenance, improvement and beautification of All Saints, Thirkleby, and of the monuments, fittings, fixtures, stained glass, furniture, ornaments and chattels in the church, churchyard and grounds, and Parish Hall and grounds belonging to the Church. And to promote wide interest in the care and preservation of the Church and its history.
The charity is a separate entity from the Parochial Church Council (although the PCC will always be represented) and aims to hold interesting events to raise funds and give grants to the PCC of All Saints Thirkleby exclusively for the purposes as above, and to generally assist those responsible for the care and maintenance of the Church buildings and grounds.
All Saints Together hopes to draw membership from the local community, those who have a past connection with All Saints Church and those who have an interest purely in the fabric of this beautiful historic church building.
Our next event will be on
Saturday 17th September 2022 in All Saints Church:
‘A Concert by Candlelight’
For one night only……The Travelling Thirklebies
A Night of Stories in Song.
6.30pm for 7.30pm. Tickets £10 to include a glass of fizz (soft drinks available). To book tickets please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Gill Walmsley on 07969 571002
A Weekend of Summer Celebrations
This All Saints Together launch weekend was a great success and we have had many positive comments. We feel it succeeded in raising awareness of the new charity whilst allowing people to enjoy very interesting and relaxed events
Organised by the new charity All Saints Together (AST), fund raising to help ensure the beautiful All Saints Church at Thirkleby is here for generations to come.
Friday 15th July
7.30pm. Yorkshire cheese and wine in All Saints Church. Hear the Bishop of Whitby play the restored Denman organ and much-loved Yorkshire Vet and former resident, Peter Wright speak about his family connection with Thirkleby Tickets £15 per person
Saturday 16th July
11am -4pm Local history display in the parish hall. Exhibits from North Yorkshire County Records Office. Tea and delicious homemade cakes.
1.30pm. Walk and Talk by Dr Jane Grenville, archaeologist, author and researcher. Starting at All Saints Church and continuing into the village. By advanced tickets only £15 per person.
7.30pm. ’Celebrating Song’ with the outstanding Dishforth Military Wives Choir in All Saints Church. The programme offers something for everyone: “From a Bette Midler classic to an Adele smash hit…….” Tickets £20 per person
Sunday 17th July
11am-4pm Local history display and tea and cake in the parish hall.
Family activities on the village green including a pets blessing, traditional quoits, barbecue and a visit from the ice cream van!
Don’t miss out! Email email@example.com to book your tickets now!
If you would like to become a Member of All Saints Together please contact the Membership Secretary Chris Smith firstname.lastname@example.org
Annual Subscription is just £15 per individual or £30 per household