Tosside Community Hall is the place for you!
Polish your shoes and come along
Dancing Dates for your diary:
January No dance
February 16th Alan
March 16th Alan Cookson
April 20th Denis Westmoreland
May 7th Roe Valley
May 25th Bill Johnstone
June 15th Mark Kitto
July 20th Alan
August 17th Bill Johnstone
September 21st Alan Cookson
October 12th Alan
November 16th Mark Kitto
December 1st Denis Westmoreland
December 21st Alan Cookson
Tosside Quiz Nights
Make a date in your diary so you don’t miss the Tosside Quizes for 2018
Come along and enjoy good fun and good company
8.30pm start at the Community Hall
January 5th and January 26th
February 9th and February 23rd
March 2nd and March 23rd
April 13th and April 27th
June 1st and June 22nd
September 7th and September 28th
October 5th and October 19th
November 9th and November 23rd
December 7th and December 28th
Revised Service Pattern for Tosside Parish
The present pattern of a service every Sunday at Tosside church is proving unsustainable for the members of the congregation.
The PCC has agreed to reduce the number of services at St Bartholomew’s Tosside to one a month on the third Sunday of the month from 1st July 2017.
The monthly Evening Prayer at St James’ Dalehead will continue on the first Sunday of the month.
Festivals and other celebration services will continue as usual . Keep an eye on the website for special services.
Should there be a demand for services more often, then this will be looked on favourably by the PCC
Did you miss the tractor rally? Well here’s your chance to see it.
Just click here
There’s such a lot going on at the Community Hall. Why not come along and try one of the regular activities. They’re a friendly lot and you can be sure of a warm welcome whether you’re an expert or a beginner.
||10:00 – 12:00
||First of the month
||Last of the month – 19:30
||once a month
||Games Night (Primary)
||First in the month
||Third of the month
||Third of the month 19:30
||open from 20:30
A draft Neighbourhood Plan has been drawn up and Bolton by Bowland, Gisburn Forest and Sawley Parish Council have voted in favour of adopting it and to put the Plan out to public consultation. Your views matter, so have a read and get back to the Parish Clerk (Cathy Holmes) with your comments. Email or use this address:-
Clerk to Bolton by Bowland, Gisburn Forest and Sawley Parish Council, Higher Scarloom House, Holden, Lancashire. BB4 7PF
The Neighbourhood Plan when adopted by Ribble Valley Borough Council will be used to determine planning applications in the Parishes of Bolton by Bowland and Gisburn Forest (Tosside).
The Art Class meets every Monday from 10:00 to 12:00 and new members are always welcome. Please drop in and see our latest creations or alternatively you can use our contact form to find out more.