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Sunday, 20th October

08.40 - Coffee Morning


12.00 - Coffee Morning

Monday, 21st October

19.30 - Liturgy meeting


Tuesday, 22nd October

19.30 - Proclaim!

Wednesday, 23rd October

19.30 - Social group meeting

Thursday, 23rd October

19.30 - SVP meeting

Saturday, 26thOctober

Starting prompt at 18.30

HOLY LAND FUNDRAISER

Murder Mystery Play performed by members and friends of the Holy Land Committee to include a meal of Melon and parma ham : boneless chicken in a Mediterranean sauce with roast potatoes, petit pois and carrot batons: Lemon cheesecake with fresh fruit. Any special diets need to be known beforehand. Red wine, white wine, orange juice will be on each table of 8. Please realise that on each table of 8, there will be one member of the cast.

Last chance to get your tickets at weekend Masses or contact Elizabeth 01480 383608

before 23rd October. You may bring extra drinks for your party.


Sunday, 27th October

08.40 - Coffee Morning


12.00 - Coffee Morning




Statement to parishes free schools register:

You may be aware that the Diocese is intending to submit bids to the government in March 2017, to open new Catholic schools across the Diocese from 2019 onwards. Primary schools are being proposed in Norwich, Cambridge, Peterborough and Thetford whilst a high school is being proposed in West Cambourne, Cambridgeshire and a sixth form in Norwich. The Diocese has set up a page on its website with more information about these proposals. There is also an opportunity on this website page to register your interest in these new schools, and this will also allow the Diocese to keep you updated on the proposals. It is very important that we get as many people as possible to register their interest on the website as this will provide strong evidence to the government of the need for Catholic schools in East Anglia. The website address is: http://rcdea.org.uk/freeschools/.