Posts tagged with ‘Clowne’

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Help us create a new mosaic for our children’s chapel

by Bryony Taylor

In 2019 we created a beautiful mosaic for our Miners Chapel at Clowne Parish Church. This year, we intend to create another mosaic, working with the same artist, Coralie Turpin, for the other side chapel at our church, popularly known as the Children’s Chapel as it has a stained glass window of the Christ child. […]

Clowne Advent Windows – sign up to join in

by Bryony Taylor

Christmas is coming so it is time to get your thinking caps on and names down for the 2nd Clowne Advent calendar. Last year’s inaugural event was really well received and we thank all those who took part and hope you enjoyed getting creative. I know people who walked around Clowne every night to find the […]

Remembrance Services in Barlborough and Clowne 2021

by Bryony Taylor

Join us on Remembrance Sunday 14th November at 9.30am at Clowne and 10.15am at Barlborough. These services will be followed by the laying of wreaths at the respective war memorials and the 2 minutes silence at 11am. There will be a special musical tribute to the fallen in a service of Choral Evensong at 5pm […]

Join in Advent Windows in Clowne this December

by Bryony Taylor

Since this Christmas will be very different from usual we would like to have a bit of Christmas cheer in the village. We are encouraging people to decorate a window of their house for Advent. Each day a new window will be revealed around the village. The window will be posted on the St John […]

Community mining mosaic brings hidden stories of Clowne to light

by Bryony Taylor

An inter-generational group of people have come together at Clowne Parish Church to create a new mosaic as tribute to the mining heritage of Clowne and the surrounding area. Clowne Miners Chapel (inside the church) has not been used for many years. Most residents of Clowne have a connection with mining in their families and […]

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