|Chapel House Holy Nativity Mothers’ Union held a fund raising afternoon tea for MU Projects
It was a wonderful success thanks to the support of members from Chadca & the community, local councillors, church members & of course Mothers’ Union members from across the Deanery. An enormous thanks to those who supported us so generously.
St Bede's Newsham helad a srvice of thanksgiving for 105 years of MU in their branch.
Ponteland MU held a very successful plant and second hand book sale on the morning of Saturday 22nd July 2023 and raised over £400.
St. Oswin's, Wylam Mothers' Union held a very enjoyable Afternoon Tea on Saturday 8 July and thanks to the support of our church family and Wylam residents raised £255 for MU Projects at Home and Overseas.
41 MU members and friends from Backworth and Earsdon came to see the tree, have a kneeler talk, lunch in the tea rooms and a guided tour round the gardens.
A super day and the sun shone...most of the time!!
|Amble Mothers Union members and guests at their share lunch in July. Indoors as the weather this year was not kind enough for a picnic in the garden.|
|Blyth MU members with Sheep they have knitted for the Shaun the Sheep Trail at the Cathedral|
Helen Cooper gave an interesting talk about the Howick kneelers to Holy Saviours MU
|Amble MU members and others from our congregation at St Cuthberts visited Hauxley Nature Reserve as part of our focus on environmental matters. A talk from a member of Northumberland Wildlife Trust was very helpful, Good weather gave us the opportunity to explore the reserve. A very good afternoon.|