Northumberland

CORNHILL-on-TWEED

 

Cornhill Community Action Group

 

CORNHILL SOCIAL HISTORY PROJECT

Creating an Archive of Births, Marriages and Deaths for public access

 

CORNHILL SOCIAL HISTORY PROJECT

INTERVIEWERS PLEASE!

Help us to record villagers' memories

Two training sessions (free)

equipment provided

Contact: Teresa 01890 883330

or Elizabeth 01890 882578

 

Wanted:

Photographs old and new of Cornhill for an archive and a photographer to work with the project.

 

Details on our Community Action Group Page

 


CPC Meeting

The next

Parish Council Meeting

will take place in the Village Hall on:

Wednesday, 8th May 2019, at 6.00pm

Annual Parish Meeting at 6.00pm

followed by the May meeting at approximately 6.30pm

The meeting agenda will be available on our

Parish Council page.

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Minutes of the Parish Council Meetings are available on our archive page

(Drop-down menu on the Parish Council page menu).

 


 
Community Walk

Details about the 6th Community walk can be found on our

"In and Around Cornhill" page

 


St Helen's Church

Latest Stained Glass Project update

on our St Helen's Page


Cornhill Community Action Group

 

Identifying and implementing projects that benefit the Parish of Cornhill-on-Tweed

Details on our NEW PAGE via the Community Page menu

 

 A brief write-up about the recent Summer Fair

is available on the Community Group Page:

HERE

 


 Parish Council current financial statement is available

  on our

"Parish Council" page

 


 Plastic Packaging

 

You can help in the reduction of plastic packaging by signing a petition via a link on our "Community Page"

 


 Cornhill Festive Lights Project

 

Details on our "Newsletter" page


 Planning Notices

Visit the Planning Page via the Menu Link on our Parish Council Page


 Parish Council Accounts

Are available on our Parish Council Page


 OilCAN Community Oil Buying Scheme

 Run by Affinity and Community Action Northumberland

Not a Member:

Joining details, Current Oil Prices for Members
and full information on our

Community Page

 


 Superfast Broadband now available in Cornhill!

Full details on our Community Page

 


What's going on with our Ambulances?

Is a protocol on paramedic breaks endangering lives in North Northumberland?

Please share your view on our ambulance cover

READ MORE (PDF)

 

St Helen's Church

 


The "First and Last" Church in England

 

St Helen's Open Sign      

 

St Helen's Church is open daily for residents and tourists to visit, please come and take a look at our lovely church.
If you would like to join us for a service, the times are below.

 


 

St Helen's Church resides in the Parish of Cornhill-on-Tweed and has sister churches at Carham and Branxton.

The governance of the church in Northumberland emanated from Durham.

Norham was one of the principal parishes, with Cornhill as a Chapel of Ease. Nevertheless, there has been a church at Cornhill since Saxon times. Local legend has it that when the church was enlarged in 1840, the body of an 8ft man was found buried under the nave.

The Parish Church of St Helen’s Cornhill was enlarged, re-pewed and repaired in 1840.
On 20 June 1866 the Foundation Stone of a Chancel for Cornhill Church was laid, the chancel was first used on 23 December of the same year. The Countess of Home presented to the Church a handsome new font.

Beautiful kneeling cushions were worked by 11 ladies of the congregation.

A memorial window to the late Mrs Dickins (nee Collingwood) was put up on 5 February 1868, and another window was added afterwards. The Church was re-pewed with open seats during 1869 as well as re-floored, dry rot having seriously affected the joists underneath as well as the flooring. At the same time, the Harmonium was repaired and tuned.

A Lectern was added in 1870

St Helen (Helena, Ellen) lived from about 249-329 A.D. She is thought to have come from Drepanum, in the Roman province of Bithynia, because her son, the Emperor Constantine, renamed Drepanum Helenopolis after her.

She is credited with finding the cross on which Jesus was crucified.

 

 

   St Helen Image   St Helen's Church

 


Stained Glass Project

Stained glass windows update

 


St Helen's Church Service Times

 

Sunday 20th January  

11am - Holy Communion

 Sunday 3rd February

 11am - Morning Worship

Sunday 17th February 

11am - Holy Communion  

Sunday 3rd March  

11am - Morning Worship  

 Sunday 17th March  

11am - Holy Communion 

Sunday 31st March  

11am Joint  service for Mothering Sunday at Branxton

Sunday 7th April  

11am - Morning Worship    

Thursday 18th April - (Maundy Thursday) 

 7pm - Cornhill simple Communion

 Sunday 21st April (Easter Sunday)

10.30 am - Holy Communion 

 

ALL WELCOME!

 

 


 

Local Events

 

Cornhill Village Hall 

Quiz Night

Last Friday

of every month

  


Cornhill Village Hall

 

Community Choir 2018

Enjoy singing?

Come along and join the Community Choir at Cornhill Village Hall

 

Tuesday Evenings

from 7.30 to 9 pm

 

More information from

Val Carr

The Vicarage, Branxton TD12 4SW

01890 820239


at

Cornhill Village Hall

Thursdays 12 noon

(Includes lunch, tea, coffee, and biscuits)

Everyone welcome. Transport available. 

For more information or to request transport, contact:

Jane at Bell View

01668 219220

 


Cheviot Centre 

 Wooler

Click HERE to see what's on at the Cheviot Centre this week, (External Link


Tillmouth Village Hall

 

Tillmouth Recreation Club

 

There is billiards,

bar billiards, darts,

table tennis etc.

If you don’t have transport it can be arranged too.

More information:

Phone 01890 882305.

 

Traffic & Travel

 Radio Borders

 

Traffic Information

 

Click HERE for the latest Border travel information


Border Buses
Route 67
Latest Bus Timetable, (PDF):

Click HERE


HOLY ISLAND

SAFE CROSSING TIMES

 

HERE
(External Link)

 

Information

Citizens Advice Service

Contact details on our

"Community Page"


Potholes 

The County Council has introduced a new way of reporting potholes.

Information on how you can help by reporting potholes

on our Parish Council page


The Scottish Government

has introduced a licensing system for air weapons in Scotland.

From 31 December 2016, you will generally need a visitor permit to own, use, purchase or acquire

air weapons while in Scotland.


Visitor Permits are issued by Police Scotland.

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