Glass SWI

Glass SWI starts off the New Year on Thursday 12th January 2023, at 2.30pm in Glass Hall.

This month’s speaker is Sarah Kenrick, who will be talking to us about her experience as a specialist nurse for those suffering from Batten Disease.  Her talk will be followed by tea, with raffles (of course!), and chat!

You do not have to be a member of SWI to come along – you are most welcome as a guest, though we do ask for a contribution of £5 towards our expenses.

We’re a friendly lot, so PLEASE do come, we look forward to a very interesting afternoon.

Lilian Cameron
Secretary, Glass SWI

New Years Eve Service, Glass Church

The Glass Church Trustees would like to thank all of the Glass Community who attended the Christmas Eve service and send a big vote of thanks for the collection.  This raised £220 towards their plans for installing a toilet and washroom facilities in the church.

Thanks also go to those who helped arrange the evening and who did readings on the night:

Organisation: Fiona Hill
Music: Angus Montgomery
Readings: Sarah Wordie, Jamie Wilkinson, Miranda Montgomery, Tom MacPherson, Bella Ashley & Lizzie Montgomery
Blessing: Miranda Montgomery



Carols around Glass

On Sunday 18th December a small group of singers gathered at Glass hall to call on the community and sing carols. They set off to visit some of the local houses and collected £186.75 and one Euro  which will be shared between a local children’s charity and The Hall. We would like to thank all those who greeted the singers, giving some fine pieces, and donating to our charity collection. We appreciate many would have been hoping to be visited but unfortunately we could not cover all the properties this year. Hoping for milder weather and more singers to make next year a great community event in Glass.

All the carollers returned to the hall for a warming mug of soup before heading home. Thank you to all who took part, both singing and driving.

The gifts to the senior residents were delivered on route, these are in recognition of the help and support they have given to the community over the years in Glass.