Bishop Wilton Heritage Weekend

Saturday 8th & Sunday 9th October, 11:00am ~ 5:00pm & 6:30~ 8:30pm (Old cine film show and talk at 7:00pm)
At the Village Hal


The Launch of “A Local History of Bishop Wilton” a 420 page book about the village, its characters and their history.

FREE ADMISSION (Donations welcome) Refreshments available

Supported by the Pocklington & District Local History Group
All proceeds go to St Edith’s Fabric

Remembrance Sunday 13th November

This is always a very special day in our villages. Do feel welcome at either of our services where those who have given their lives across all five villages are remembered.

09.15 Bugthorpe – Eucharist in Church followed by Act of Remembrance at the War Memorial outside the Institute and refreshments in the Hall

10.55 Bishop Wilton – please be in church before the 11.00 silence and we will then share in our Remembrance Service

St Edith’s Christmas Fayre Saturday 26th November 10.00 in the Village Hall

Don’t forget to come, enjoy seeing friends and doing some Christmas shopping whilst enjoying a cuppa.


Archbishop of York to Visit: 27th November 11.15 Kirby Underdale followed by reception in Bishop Wilton Village Hall And on Saturday 26th November 4.00pm “From Darkness to Light: Advent Music and Reflections”

We are delighted that Stephen Cottrell, the 98th Archbishop of York, will be visiting the Benefice on the 27th November, Advent Sunday at 11.15 in Kirby Underdale. Part of the reason for the visit is to see the Malines Window and discover the place of Garrowby in developing ecumenical relations with the RC Church. Some of you will remember the service that I led for the Malines delegation some years ago which was very special. Our worship will be enriched by the Garrowby Singers. On the evening before Saturday November 26th at 4.00pm in St Edith’s Bishop Wilton the Garrowby Singers will lead us in a time of reflection as Advent begins and we look forward to Christmas “From Darkness to Light”. This is always a very special evening and all are welcome.

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