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Smiling faces at Cookery Club

Clitheroe Cookery Club, an independent charitable group, run by a superb team of volunteers, is making a real difference to its members. Held weekly here at Trinity, the club is for adults who want to learn how to cook. The classes cover; cooking on a budget, basic kitchen skills, new recipes and how to create…

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SPOT THE PLANT POT: Fun was had by all at this month’s Live Wire. The aim of the game was to roll a ball into a plant pot that they couldn’t see! The group looked at the story of the Good Shepherd and how everyone is welcomed by Jesus. To replace all the energy lost…

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Celebrating creativity

CELEBRATING CREATIVITY: The latest exhibition at Trinity’s Hub Gallery is displaying the work of budding artists from Gosha Gibek’s art class. Held at Sawley Village Hall, the weekly sessions cover a broad spectrum of subjects, including the interpretation of the sky, waves, trees, landscapes, architecture, people, animals, and more. Drawing inspiration from great masters like…

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Caught by Surprise!

BEAUTY is all around us, but we were really pleased to hear that Trinity’s Eco Champion Archie Whymark had been stopped in his tracks last weekend when a picture in the Hub Gallery’s exhibition grabbed his attention. The latest display of artwork is by students from Gosha Gibeck art classes, and one resonated with Archie…

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Talk of the Toll House

Trinity’s exciting new addition was the talk of Saturday’s Coffee Stop. Soon to the finished, rooms in The Toll House will be available to rent for local organisations looking to be close to the action. Trinity’s Peter Dixon explained more about the refurbishment work while people tucked into bacon butties and other treats. Rev Ian…

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Trinity Hub branches out

AS the old proverb says, ‘from little acorns mighty oaks grow’, and never was this more evident than at the half term family tree-planting activity at Trinity. Organised by the Ribble Rivers Trust, the event saw parents help their children to plant acorns in seed trays which would then be looked after at the trust’s…

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Caring For God’s Earth

A BEAUTIFUL service, crafted by Peter Lumsden, was performed at church last Sunday. Entitled ‘Caring For God’s Earth’, it gave the opportunity for our Eco Group to inform the congregation of the work they are doing. Eco Group member Lisa Bridgeman did an interview style performance, aided by her son Brennan, and there was a…

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Live Wire went swimmingly

Last Friday’s Live Wire saw children make their own colourful fishes to match the Bible story of Jonah and the Big Fish. After playing a lively game of table football, their hard work was rewarded with a pizza tea, and they loved adding their own toppings! The next session of Live Wire is November 10.

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Art lovers at Trinity

The Hub Gallery’s first inclusion in the popular ArtwalkClitheroe event proved a huge success on Sunday. Over 100 people came to see a wonderful display by local artist John Chapman, many stopped for a brew as they meandered through town visiting the galleries on the trail. What a great way to spend a Sunday!

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COMMUNITY GARDEN COFFEE STOP

September’s Coffee Stop was once again packed full of friendly faces, but this special event gave us the opportunity to share our exciting plans for Trinity Community Garden. Climate Action Champion, Archie Whymark, addressed the room and introduced Anita Kellington on the Eco Group stand. She was happy to show off the designs for the…

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Hub Gallery in Artwalk

A NEW art space, based at Trinity Hub has been including in the much-loved Clitheroe Artwalk trail. The Hub Gallery, which opened in March of this year, is a showcase for local artists and arts groups. Well-known painter John Chapman will be exhibiting during the Artwalk event and in the weeks running up to it.…

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Activate the Archives

The latest installation at Trinity’s Hub Gallery is drawing the crowds. Although the whereabouts of the originals are unknown, these reprints, put together in 1995 are creating a real buzz, one visitor even spotted herself on one, as a baby in 1946! The installation will run until July 29.    

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