An hour of fun and refreshment at Coley Church on September 13th, starting at 3pm on September 15th, starting at 6:30pm.
There has been a church at Coley for at least 500 years. It was built in the early years of Henry the Eighth because the local landowners were fed up of their workers taking a half day round trip into Halifax every time there was a saint’s day, approximately 165 days a year!
Over those years, many treasures have been gathered but the biggest treasure is the people who worked and worshipped there.
Saints and Sinners – they have a story to tell through their words and objects associated with them.
Come and meet the ancestors, the mad, the bad and the indifferent and hear their amazing tales of human frailty in an afternoon (or evening) of stories and refreshments.
Accompanied by Canon James Allison and some of his equally eccentric congregation.
Be assured of a warm welcome, some good stories and some lovely refreshments.
Places are limited so we have to work on first come first served basis Please call Sue Crossley [S&DCG Secretary) on 07729 321652 to reserve your place