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Linlithgow Link has a shortage of drivers for their car-service which provides transport for patients attending medical appointments. If you think you might be able to help please telephone 845137 for more information.
Re-Act (Action for Refugees) would like to thank all those who donated warm clothes/sturdy footwear/blankets/ camping equipment etc during 2018. Similar items will be welcomed through 2019. The Re-Act collection point in Linlithgow is at 26 Friars Brae.
Global Strategy: Anyone interested in learning about the progress being made by 194 Countries of the World as they endeavour to deliver the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030 should email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mega Makers! is a holiday club for children aged 5 to 11, P1-7, based on Matthew's Gospel. It explores the theme of inventions, and that the more we discover about God, the vaster his love for us may seem.
This year we're having a week-long club beginning Monday 29th July - Friday 2 August 10.00 - 12.00 in Cross House. We're looking for volunteers to lead craft groups, lead games, drama, AV, and make tea & coffee. Please get in touch if you are up for the challenge - if you can help for the full week or even part of the week. Contact email@example.com
SOUL SURVIVOR SCOTLAND
Soul Survivor Scotland takes place from Saturday 20th - Wednesday 24th July at Lendrick Muir. They are in urgent need of Village Hosts to help make the event successful. If this is something you would be interested in helping with please get in touch with Dave & Emma MacIntosh (from Possilpark) for more information Macintoshfamily@msn.com
EDINBURGH FESTIVAL FRINGE - 6th - 10th AUGUST
Jerry Averill has written a new play for the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this year, called “Crowned with Glory and Honour” (from Psalm 8). Consisting of a number of true stories linked by narration, the play explores how we as cultures, societies and individuals measure the value of human life and determine who is valuable and who is disposable. The characters and stories are quite diverse: a concentration camp survivor, a young man with Down’s syndrome, a pastor told as a child that he was almost aborted, a teenager wanting to keep her baby and others.
The play runs from 6th-10th August, 6pm-7.30pm each evening at Carrubbers Christian Centre, 65 High Street Edinburgh EH1 1SR. Tickets are £5 (£4 concessions) and are available from the Fringe Box Office on 0131-226-0000or online at https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/crowned-with-glory-and-honour. Please note that the play is not suitable for under 12s.