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Notes From Parish Magazines

January 1987

Elaine Sarson on behalf of Mapperley Community Group writes that the group has decided that the remaining money it was holding should be used for pensioner's gift vouchers, a donation to the school and the purchase of a seat for Mapperley Lane.

November 1987

Dr J W Moss, Dr F Farmer, Dr L M Game announce their move from the surgery on Newdigate Street to The Medical Centre, The Dales from 2 November.



Notes From Parish Magazines

January 1988


  • Roy Walter Smith. Aged 71, died 19 November 1987. Internment 25 November

February 1988


  • Anne Hartshorn, aged 78, died 24 December 1987, Internment 29 December

March 1988


  • Leslie Harper, aged 64, buried 26 January

June 1988

Holy Matrimony

  • 7 May Desmond O’Tremba and Tracey Fearn

August 1988

A report was included about the Garden Party organised by the church and villagers held at Mr and Mrs Ogdens, opposite the school, on Saturday 16 July. It was opened by Bill Skinner.  Over £280 was raised.



Notes From Parish Magazines

May 1989

The Architects proposal for the new Methodist Chapel is shown.

July 1989

Reports on the 325th Anniversary of Scargill C of E Primary School. The school being founded by the Rev John Scargill in 1664

Mapperley Church Garden Party was again held at Mr and Mrs Odgens and was opened by Rev Ted Lyons. £328 was raised.

August 1989


  • Malcolm Thornley, aged 69 cremation 28 June

November 1989


  • Thomas William Davis burial 22 September

December 1989

Rev Ted Lyons writes about the Berlin Wall coming down on 9 November 1989


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