WELL DONE HEALY-O'DONNELL SCHOOL OF IRISH DANCING AND LET'S DANCE - Children of all ages performed to a very high standard.
St Hilda's and The Royal British Legion, were very well entertained, by two Dance Schools, as part of the Jesmond Festival on Saturday 5th May. The children from 3 years up, were a treat to watch and in beautiful costumes, ... An amazing performance. WELL DONE!
THE JESMOND FESTIVAL IS UNDER WAY.
AT ST HILDA'S - THE ART EXHIBITION AND STALLS CONTINUES NEXT SATURDAY THE 12th MAY FROM 11:00AM UNTIL 2:00PM
The children of Northern Counties School have achieved amazing results with their paintings of some of our famous local scenes and landmarks. They have also made models with step by step plans of how they were made.
West Jesmond School children have painted some truly fabulous paintings by children from the age of 4 up to 11 year olds... Paintings inspired by many famous artists and including Van Gogh.
THE JESMOND COMMUNITY FESTIVAL 2018
The Jesmond Festival begins this weekend the 5th May at St Hilda's church and surrounding area.., includes The Royal British Legion and the Metro Station.
The pictures were taken at the Art Exhibition last year. An excellent display by our local schools. This years exhibits are kept under wraps until Saturday, but promises to be great! There will also be stalls... including a chocolate fountain, dancing and refreshments and much much more and it all begins at 10:00am through until 4:00pm.
If you don't already have a programme, they will be around to pick up. The Festival continues for three weeks until 27th May, there are dozens of venues all helping to make 2018 a great festival and there is something for everyone to enjoy!
A FESTIVAL OF DECORATED CHRISTMAS TREES 2017
Hosanna in egg-shell-sis
Winning Trees from 2017
Rockin Around the Christmas Tree
Three winning Trees
Treedeldum & Treedledee
( Christmas Tree in Japanese)
We would like to thank everyone for their support during our Festival of Decorated Christmas Trees, it was very much appreciated by all at St Hilda's.
The number of people, who came on the day, has to be a record, but even more important, everyone seemed to have fun and enjoyed the display of trees. There was something for all age groups... Paddington Bear, Treedledum & Treedledee and even Snow White & the 7 dwarf trees, these were particular favourites with the children, as was the tree filled with quality street chocolates, the children were invited to help themselves to the sweets... a clever tactic!
On arrival our visitors were given a programme, a small glass of ginger wine and the all-important voting slip. There were 40 trees to look at and appreciate; choosing three was not an easy task. Every tree was different; some took two minutes to set up, others weeks to prepare, but all were amazing.
The Festival ended with a Carol Service, during which the winning trees were announced, surrounded by the spectacular trees.
A short while later at 7:30pm The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers performed their Christmas Concert at St. Hilda's, they too were amazing… WHAT A DAY!
To see more trees and for more information see the posting in recent posts
COMING SOON TO ST HILDA'S JESMOND
A FESTIVAL OF DECORATED CHRISTMAS TREES - DECEMBER 2nd
A COMMUNITY EVENT TO INCLUDE EVERYONE!!
To enter a tree in the festival please follow the instructions on the entry form printed below
the poster or pick one up at the church or library!!
Saturday 28th October
10:30 to 3:30pm
Tombola. Preserves, Ginger Wine,
Books, Bric-a-Brac, Crafts,
and much more
PRAYER CAFE TODAY AT 2:30... COME AND SHARE
While being served afternoon tea we chat about current affairs and things of interest, both near and far. We then move to the Lady Chapel for a short informal service and during the service our prayers are offered to God by the Revd. Christine Crompton.
There is no charge for Prayer Cafe
Friday the 6th October at 7:30pm in St Hilda's church hall - Tickets £3.00 each to include supper.
SONGS OF PRAISE FOLLOWED BY AFTERNOON TEA
DATE AND VENUE
Friday 22nd September from 2:00 until 4:00pm....
Dunira Residents Lounge, Reid Park Road, Jesmond, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE2 2TA
Tickets £3.00 to include afternoon tea - COME AND SHARE
Next Prayer Cafe - Thursday 14th September 2:30pm
We hope you all enjoyed the summer holidays.
Come and share afternoon tea with friends... While being served little finger sandwiches, scones and cakes, in a very informal and relaxed way, we talk about any concerns we may have, perhaps something going on around us, near or far. Approximately 45 minutes later we move to the Lady Chapel, just a couple of yards away, for a short informal service. Christine will lead and offer our concerns to God in prayer... There is no charge!
Songs of Praise with Afternoon Tea
Friday 22nd September from 2:00 until 4:00pm
Dunira, Residents Lounge, Reid Park Rd, Osbourne Road, Jesmond
Tickets £3:00 each can be bought in advance from Dunira, any church member, or pay on the day...
COME AND SHARE!
St Hilda's Harvest Thanksgiving Service will be on the 1st October at 11:00am. The Harvest Supper will follow on Friday 6th October at 7:30pm.... an evening of food fun and friendship.... More information to follow nearer the time.
FLOWER FESTIVAL & EXHIBITION 2017
CELEBRATING SUMMER - 30th JUNE 1st & 2nd JULY
poster below with further details
Pictures taken at St Hilda's Flower Festival & Exhibition last year
SHAKESPEARE 400 - 2016
Can you recognise which of Shakespeare's plays are represented here in flowers?
COMING SOON - 30th JUNE and 1st & 2nd JULY
see poster for details....
The Jesmond Community Festival 12 May - 4 June 2017
ST HILDA'S EXHIBITION 20th and 27th... please see below for details
There are lots of activities throughout Jesmond, something for everyone and most of them free!
Programmes can be picked up at St Hilda's church, the Library and around Jesmond.
St Hilda's activities during the Festival are.... An Art Exhibition, Books, Stalls and Refreshments on Saturday 20th and 27th May from 11:00am until 2:00pm. The art exhibition in held in the church and includes art work from West Jesmond Primary School and Percy Hedley Foundation Northern Counties School. Stalls and refreshments are in the hall. Prayers every hour on the hour in church!
Refreshments also Available.... light snacks and lunch!
Also on show....The Triptych, painted by Fra Newbery in 1919 in memory of those who lost their lives during the first world war.
Some of the amazing work from our local schools.... Percy Hedley Foundation and West Jesmond Primary School
We also have some of the illustrations from the famous children's book 'Tinseltoon' by Chris Mabbott of Jesmond.