Jubilee From Newsletter

Thanks to all who attended the planning meeting this week and who volunteered to help both before and on the day.  Key details from the meeting: 


FOOD - We hope that EVERYONE will bring a food contribution on the night.  Cold, finger food on disposable tableware only, please.  Contact Bernie Presley [email protected] or ring 07876 773525. 

 TRANSPORT - If you would like to attend the Jubilee Mass but have transport difficulties, please contact Jane & Andrew on 07554 006127 or email  [email protected] 

 CHOIR - Everyone is welcome to join. Attendance at rehearsals is essential, these are on Mondays at 7pm in the St Osmund’s parish rooms and will be led by Rosemary Field of the RSCM. The music for this celebration has been chosen by Fr Michael. Contact [email protected]  

 TICKETS - Tickets are purely for the purposes of establishing the number of parishioners planning to attend in order that the Cathedral is set out for correct numbers and so that we have enough food and wine. They are not ‘needed’ for entrance purposes.  Please help us to get as accurate an idea as possible by taking ONE TICKET per ATTENDEE.  Please only take a ticket if you have decided to attend and return any unwanted tickets if you later change your mind by simply handing them back in at Mass or to the parish office.

 WHEELCHAIR USERS - if you plan to attend and have NOT already informed us, please do so in order that we can make appropriate arrangements. Please ring the parish office 333581 or email  [email protected]  

 QUESTIONS ABOUT THE JUBILEE CELEBRATIONS?  If you have any questions or require more information about the event, please visit our dedicated webpage at: or email [email protected] or ring Tony on 07774 585500. 

 INFORMATION IN POLISH All of the information about the jubilee celebrations is now available on our website in the Polish language.  Thanks to Ziggy for providing the translation for us.  


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