The Guild                      

 

(whose we are and whom we serve)

We have a very healthy and friendly Guild at St Leonard's but we are always pleased to welcome new members or visitors.

The planning group have put together an interesting syllabus for the coming session. Meetings run fortnightly at 7.30 pm

Our Guild Session has gone well this year with good attendance, with  an interesting and varied programme . 

Over the season we had many varied and challenging meetings which gave us a clear understanding of the work being done in Christ's name both at home and overseas. 

This year's Guild started on Thursday 10th January with the topic 'L'Etarpe du Tour' cycle race. The speaker for the evening was Mrs Janice Ross whose son in law was a participant. This is a race for professional riders and was sponsered by 'Sky Sports'. A range of scenic slides were shown of the route which went from Lakeside Annecy to Col De La Colomberie. The mountain views were magnificent as were the flowers and fauna encountered on the way.

Thursday 24th January was a powerpoint presentation on 'The Girvan Valley' given by Mrs Mary Hogg, a retired geography teacher and keen hill walker. Many scenes were shown of the area in different seasons of the year. Local towns and views of churches and historic buildings were shown and commented on.

February 7th was project night, the theme being 'The Boys Brigade'. 

February 21st - a demonstration by Sugarcraft.

Thursday March 7th - The Ukelele Band to which an open invitation is extended to anyone who wishes to attend.

Anne Carruthers

 

 

   
Contact Person : Anne Carruthers. 
Treasurer :   Ann Mclntyre.
Planning Group :  A. Carruthers,     A. McIntyre
   M. McGregor      M. Neill
  L. Wilson      
Tea Convenor: A. Sands

                                                                            

 

         
                       

                

               

            

 

Notice of our fortnightly meetings always appear on the order of service leaflet


 

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