Here are the details of the services for this week.
WINNING NUMBERS for draw on 17th April 2013
6; 15; 16; 17
NO WINNER of the Jackpot of £121 (subject to re scrutiny)
Estimated Jackpot for the next draw is £1542
Two consolation prizes of £25 each; 199803; 199204
Many thanks to all who support OUR Parish Lottery and to the Team who run it for us. Your support is really appreciated.
You’ve got to be in it to win it! don’t forget to buy your tickets!!
Top Exam Tip
At this time of year we pray for our younger parishioners who are taking important exams very soon.
Exams have a habit of creeping up on us and there never seems to be enough time to cover everything. Most of us wish that we had started revision sooner and that we had more time – but do not underestimate the time that is still available.
Texting friends, twittering or Face booking for three hours – with good intentions to revise – will not help, but 10 minutes will – if you work in that time and do nothing else. Have a 10 minute break and then start again, gradually building up to 20 or 40 minute periods, whilst keeping breaks to 10 minutes, or less.
It works – try it and see.
From an article by George Turnbull Ofqual’s ‘Exams Doctor’
Many thanks to those who continue to contribute to our Foodbank appeal. We are still collecting and need your help! Food can be dropped off at the priests house. All this food goes out to people in OUR community!
Debt Advice Service
Do you have debt problems? Have you got financial worries? If you would like help confidentially, then why not call into the Priests house on Tuesday’s from 10am to 2pm. Drop in or ring 270 1688 to arrange an appointment.
Volunteer Marie Curie Helpers needed.
Can you spare just a few hours a week (ideally weekdays) to help provide company and emotional support to terminally ill people and their families at home? No previous experience is needed. Training, travel expenses and on-going support are provided. For more details of this volunteer Helper role please email email@example.com, phone 08453052191 or go to http://www.mariecurie.org.uk/helper