Sylvia's birthday

As Sylvia turned 80, Games & Pastimes celebrated with a cake and a bouquet. On Friday, parents and children at Parent&Baby2 rang the changes with a caterpillar cake.


Coffee morning and book sale

On the morning of Saturdsay June 11th, a combined cofee morning and book sale was held to raise money for the Windows fund. It was a lively event and raised £124 for the fund.


Midweekers' Jubilee party

Midweekers held a party on May 1st to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee.


Quiz Night

The schoolroom was packed for Quiz Night on Saturday May 7th. Teams partook of a delicious pie and pea supper in between questions from merry quizmasters Libby and Margaret.

April in the garden

Spring Fair

Our Spring Fair on March 26th was as well patronised as usual and raised over £1,100.

Boys' Brigade fundraiser for Ukraine

On Saturday March 12th, boys, girls, parents and BB staff pitched in to raise as much as £850 towards relief work in Ukraine.

The Archer Project


During the morning service on February 27th, Tim Renshaw spoke about the work of the Archer Project in relieving homelessness in Sheffield.

Coffee and bacon sandwiches

This popular annual event was especially appreciated on the cold morning of Saturday February 26th.

Coffee morning

The coffee morning held at Yvonne & Ken's on Saturday February 12th was very well supported and much enjoyed. £125 was raised for church funds.

Christmas Tree Festival


As in previous years, Dronfield Parish Church held a Christmas Tree Festival. This is the tree from our church.

All the decorations were hand made by members of the congregation.

Boys' Brigade Christmas Fayre

Despite disappointing weather, the Christmas Fayre made over £200 for the Brigade, the Chapel and the National Children's Home.

Coop hands over cheque

On Saturday November 13th, there was a gathering at the Coop to celebrate one year of their support of our church as a Local Cause. Through the generosity of shoppers, £1,441.99 had been raised. From left to right, the picture shows our Treasurer Barnaby, the Coop Manager, Sylvia (who negotiated our participation) and Stephanie (a member pioneer).

In the five years that the scheme has been running, the Coop has given away over 100 million pounds to small local charities. More strength to their elbow!


Ray created a beautiful and much admired display for the outside of the church.