Rector and Magazine Editor Rev. G.C.C. Spencer
March - April 1959
The first mention of a replacement church due to mining subsidence making the old church unsafe. A temporary church will be built in a field to the north and east of the present church. The building will be dedicated for us, but not consecrated, and it will be licensed for weddings
April - May 1959
The magazine records that a branch of the Women’s Institute started in Mapperley. Thursday March 19th, thirty ladies were present. Mrs Vera Powell of Manor Farm was responsible for this.
On 4th March Mrs Foster reported that the school now had 35 children on the roll. Also a National Savings Scheme has started.
A concrete path has been laid down in the new part of the churchyard. It cost the church £20
May - June 1959
April 13th 1959. At Mapperley (service) and Mackworth Crematorium. Mary Hannah Boam, aged 84 years.
Obituary says she was the village postmistress. And all her life she had been an upstanding and vocal member of the Parish Council.
In Memorium some villagers presented an oak wafer box for use at services in Holy Trinity in memory of Mrs M H Boam. Mrs Richardson, landlady of The Old Black Horse, has had the box suitably engraved. Some money was left over so two new green brocade Alms Bags were bought.
Mapperley Colliery Ambulance Team and particularly G Pearson (George) their captain won the No 5 Area Challenge Shield at the NCB headquarters.
Sunday School Festival organised for Sunday June 28th.
August - September 1959
September - October 1959
October - November 1959