Penwortham Community Centre on Kingsfold Drive and The Priory Lane Community Centre are now opening up again to small groups for further information please call 01772 750533 or email email@example.com
THE PENWORTHAM FOODBANK AT PENWORTHAM COMMUNITY CENTRE, KINGSFOLD DRIVE IS STILL OPEN EACH FRIDAY MORNING FROM 9.30AM UNTIL NOON.
Anyone wishing to make a donation to the foodbank is asked not to bring things along on the Friday morning but to drop things off at Booths supermarket or the COOP supermarket. Or you may bring your donations to Penwortham Community Centre on Mondays 10.30am until noon, Thursdays 1.30pm until 3.00pm and Fridays 1.00pm until 2.00pm
Please note: Penwortham Gala 2020 has been cancelled due to the Covid-19 Pandemic.
Penwortham Fireworks Display 2020 has been postponed
The Mayor of Penwortham, Councillor Geoff Crewe and the Mayoress Helen Crewe
A message from the The Mayor; Councillor Geoff Crewe:-
Mayoral Concert – Priory Academy – 14.3.20
The Mayoress and I would like to publicly thank Matt Eastham, Head Teacher, his colleagues and students at Priory Academy for allowing us to put on this event at his school. Our thanks also to fellow Councillors and Steve and colleagues at the Town Council for their support.
The concert was a great success and all concerned performed wonderfully well.
We would like to specifically thank, Joe Berry, Cat Morewin and VM Longton Choir our professional performers who were excellent! A special mention must be made of Katy B who, as well as delivering a brilliant spot to conclude the programme, kindly acted as our MC for the evening.
The younger performers were also brilliant, students from Priory reprised songs from their recent musical We Will Rock You and certainly rocked it! Further, students from Double R Arts, namely Darcy, Eloise, Gabriel, Kate and Rose treated us to superb solo and duet performances .
We would also like to thank Harry and Marion Hancock, the Mayor and Mayoress of South Ribble for supporting the event and all the delightful residents of Penwortham who kindly attended on the night.
Thank you also to our delightful special guests all of them friends, old and new whom we chose to represent the 3 Mayoral charities as they had all lost loved ones under circumstances relating to the 3 charities. Whilst we are sorry you will have had sadness in your hearts on the evening, Helen and I hope the music chosen also raised your spirits and brought back happy, loving memories of those no longer with you.
We are sorry all who attended the concert were required to use the sanitiser/soap and wipes at the door before we let you into the school hall, and of course, “elbow bumps only,” (Mayoral handshakes stopped 7.3.20). With the current health emergency, we felt it only right to take such precautions, and we are pleased everyone shared our view on this!
So many thanks again to all involved particularly Tim and Mary Young who manned the refreshment stall so efficiently.
Finally, thanks to Newgate Nurseries for kindly lending us 6 large wooden planters laden with fresh flowering bedding plants used to line and decorate the front of the stage.
We had hoped to raise £250 or so for the Mayoral charities but thanks to your generosity, the amazing sum of £600.95 was raised, which is brilliant! The Mayoral charities of Cancer UK, Lancashire Mind and Diabetes UK will all benefit greatly.
Take care and keep safe.
Best wishes, Geoff and Helen,
Mayor and Mayoress of Penwortham
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