St. Margaret's,                        St. Joseph's,                        St. Finnan's

Sunday February 16th. 2014                                                                                          Charity registration No. SC 002876

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Spean Bridge:

Reader: Liz Campbell

Prayers: Margaret Muncie

Euch Mins: Moira Coutts, David MacFarlane

Roy Bridge

Readers:  Val MacDonald Dominic Sargent

Prayers: Tony Sargent

Euch Mins:Ian MacDonald, Rory MacDonald, Betty Campbell

Rota February 22nd. - February 23rd.

I am very grateful to all parishioners and friends who have renewed their subscription to the 100 Club. We have now over £1,000 in our bank account, which is a great start. There are still some envelopes left, so it is never to late to renew your subscription.are always glad to welcome new members which helps increase our funds and allows us to keep our churches nice and warm.

The leak which we had in the system a few weeks ago and spread over the carpets has been successfully dried up and the fault has been repaired.

 A reminder from  Peter Rose about this Friday's Concert

This wonderful charity has its roots in Argyll. Every £7 donation given to Mary’s Meals pays for a whole year’s food and education for one child in countries such as Malawi. All proceeds from this concert will be forwarded to Mary’s Meals.


Friday February 21st

          Roy Bridge Hall at 7.30 p.m.

(Entry free—donations accepted for Mary's Meals)

The magnificent Swing Band from St Augustine’s High School in the Ribble Valley, Lancashire are making their sixth visit to this area in aid of Mary's meals

Originally, they came up to Roy Bridge to rehearse and record their CD of Big Band music, at the same time enjoying the wonderful outdoor life of the Lochaber area. Now they just can’t stay away!

Conducted by trombonist Matthew Howarth, this is yet another performance you are sure to enjoy. They'll be playing a delightful repertoire of Swing and Big Band music, including works by Duke Ellington, Herbie Hancock, Henri Mancini, and Woody Herman.

Supporting the 24 piece Swing Band will be some of Lochaber’s most talented young musicians, Sgoil Chiuil Loch Abar. These fine instrumentalists and singers from Lochaber Music School,  directed by their tutor Deirdre Beck, will provide a total contrast to the band with their wonderful Scottish Traditional music. There will be clarsach playing to savour, accordion and fiddle music to tap your feet to - and even a little piping!

We hope the good people of Lochaber will come and support this very special fund-raising event. Feel free to pop in just for half-an-hour if you wish! Light refreshments will be available; if you require anything stronger, feel free.