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Buckden Roundabout

June 2019

St Hugh’s and Methodist Church

Catholic Church of St Hugh of Lincoln,

High Street, Buckden


01480 810344


In the pastoral care of the Claretian Missionaries:

Fr. Antony Arockiam CMF

Fr. Jim Kennedy CMF

Fr. Paul Peter Alphonse CMF

Sunday Masses

- Saturday evening at 6.30 pm and Sundays at

9.45 am.

Weekday Masses

- Monday to Saturday at 9.30 am in the Lady


Morning and Evening Prayer

Monday to Saturday at 9.15 am

and 5.45 pm in the Lady Chapel.

The Sacrament of Reconciliation

every Saturday from 10.00 to

10.30 am.

The Rosary

is prayed each Monday morning after the 9.30 am


Catechism Classes

for school age children each Sunday from

9.00 am in term time. Formal classes for primary age children.

Silent Adoration.

There is half an hour of silent adoration be-

fore the Blessed Sacrament every Thursday following the 9.30

am Mass and ending with Benediction at 10.30 am.

Would any newcomers to the Village who are Catholics

please let Fr. Antony know their contact details


Buckden Methodist Church


Rev. Paul Beard

(01480 473444)


Angie Barnes (810102)

Bob Baxter (810092)

Carol Swepstone (810053)

Services in June

Sunday 2



Holy Communion: Rev. Pam Siddall

Sunday 9



Holy Communion & Baptism: Rev. Paul Beard

Sunday 16



Morning Service: Mrs. Wendy Beard

Sunday 23



Morning Service: Mr. Don Moorman

Sunday 30



Morning Service: Local Arrangement

Activities in June

Friday 7


: 10.a.m


Coffee Morning

Friday 14


: 10.a.m


Coffee Morning

Friday 21


: 12 noon

Soup and Sweet Lunch.

Friday 28


: 10a.m.

Coffee Morning

Everyone is very welcome to any of these events.

Buckden Village Hall seeks

new volunteers as it

embarks on fund-raising

for improvements

Buckden Village Hall Trust is embarking on a new round of fund-raising for needed maintenance and improvement of the Hall,

sports pavilion, playing fields and nature walks. The building is now almost 20 years old and requires increased maintenance, as

do the surrounding grounds.

The Trustees have identified several urgent projects for the next 18-24 months, including:

Improving and expanding the pathways around the Hall, the Valley and playing fields and adding more seating areas.

Replacing the storage shed for mower and sports equipment for the football and cricket players.

Refurbishing the sports pavilion and making much needed repairs to plumbing and heating.

Resurfacing the basketball court and painting regulation court lines.

Replacing the flat roof to avoid leaks and structural weakness.

Strengthening and reupholstering the easy chairs and selected blinds which are worn out.

The Trustees would like to recruit both new trustees and part time volunteers willing to help fund-raise and/or contribute their

expertise for a specific project. Your time commitment can be as much or as little as you can contribute. We have volunteers

who give a few hours’ time to advise us on wildlife and building regulations as well as our Trustees who meet regularly on a

monthly basis.

If you have expertise in building works, grounds and wildlife, project management, charity work or fund-raising, or if you are

an enthusiastic volunteer, please do contact us.

If you are interested in getting involved and helping us make the Village Hall a better place, please contact:

Cynthia Alers

Chair, Board of Trustees

Des Foster

Treasurer, Board of Trustees

Jo Harvey

Hall Manager