LIVE MUSIC: Friday night live music sessions at the Royal Oak Gnosall restart tomorrow with Stafford premier party band 3/6d. Free admission with Hoggy’s Hot Mixes in support, starting at 9pm.
BABY MASSAGE COURSE: A new four week baby massage course starts today at 10am at the Children's Centre in St Lawrence primary school. Booking is advisable. Towels, oil and handouts are supplied weekly. Helps with colic, constipation and sleep. For further info please visit www.lovinghands.co.uk or ring Karen on 07814599216.
PHOENIX CLUB: There will be a tai chi group today from 1.45pm until 3pm in the main hall of the Grosvenor centre. Tomorrow there will be a club morning from 10am until 12 noon at the Grosvenor centre and on Monday the table tennis group will meet in the Brearley room from 2pm until 4.30pm.
HEALTHY WALK AND APPEAL FOR LEADERS: The next short walk will take place on Wednesday meeting at the allotment car park at 10.30am, more info from Thereza Forrester 01785 822220. The group desperately needs more walk leaders for walks on Wednesdays and Sundays, full training is given by the Borough council for more info contact 01785 822369 or 822592.
ST LAWRENCE CHURCH: Sunday’s services include Holy Communion at 7.45am, parish communion at 10.30am and an Ecumenical service marking the week of prayer for Christian Unity at 6.30pm.
METHODIST NEWS: This Sunday’s services will be led by Mrs J Harrison at 10.30am and by Rev Jeff Reynolds at 6.30pm.
CATHOLIC NEWS: This Sunday the Eucharistic Minister for the service will be Rupert Lister with readings and intercessions from Suzanne O’Doherty.
THE PIE MEN: The Lions are organising an evening of music and laughter with local musicians “The Pie Men” on Saturday February 1 in the Grosvenor centre. Tickets are available from the village and will include a pie and pea supper.
GNOSALL MACMILLAN CANCER SUPPORT: The group organised a successful, well supported and entertaining evening of live music with Elbow Jane in November and raised £876 for the group.
ST EDITHA'S CHURCH: On Sunday there is holy communion at 8am with Rev Sue Symons.
INSTITUTE: Youth club meets this evening at 7.30pm. On Wednesday the Church Eaton and District Dog Society has its classes at 7pm. Contact Doug or Sandra on 823317.
To hire the Institute, contact Jenny on 824882.
THE ALGAR/RUSSELL CONCERT: A capacity audience of over 90 attended last week's concert in the Institute to enjoy a very entertaining folk evening with two precocious young musical talents. Ciaran Algar is only 17 years old completing A level exams and 19 year old Greg Russell is studying at Exeter University.
There were quite a few people from outside the village and, of course, our loyal regular supporters.
The Institute made a profit of £402 and thanks are due to Karen Reeves, Carol Edwards, Jacquie and Bob Thacker who sold half the tickets between them.
VILLAGE WEBSITE: For more information about Church Eaton there is our website at www.churcheaton.org.uk