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The Archdiocese is currently consulting on proposed changes to Admissions Policies from Autumn 2020. For our school this will affect children who wish to start at Much Woolton Catholic Primary School from September 2020. A copy of all attached documentation to this page is available on request from the school office. Any comments on these proposals should be made in writing to our Co-Chairs of Governors, Miss C. Chapman and Mrs E. Skyner Andrews via our school office as well as to the Archdiocese of Liverpool whose contact details can be found on the proposal documentation. Information can also be found at

Our Lady's Bishop Eton Primary School

- Admissions Consultation 2020

The Admissions Code of Practice 2012 requires an admissions authority to consult each time it proposes significant changes to its admission arrangements. On behalf of the Governing Body (which the admission authority for this school), the Archdioceses of Liverpool is undertaking this statutory consultation with parents and other stakeholders of the school. The consultation process allows parents, other schools, the local authority, and other interested stakeholders to raise comments or concerns about the proposed arrangements. This consultation will run between 3rd December 2018 and 25th January 2019. For more detailed information please see the school's website, under Key Information, Admissions 2020.

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Next Week is the national Week of Prayer for Christian unity.  You can download a booklet with reflections and prayers for the week from the  CTBI Resources page.  

During the week our friends at the Focolare House invite you to drop in to  “Just Meet” on Thursday 24th.  See Thursday 24th for more info.

I know June and July may seem a long way away but the Bible Society and the Searchlight Theatre are looking for venues around the country to host their 5 Star Show   “Would you Adam and Eve it” from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.   more details below.   


Friday 18th January

THE COFFEE STOP  Every Friday at Elm Hall Drive Methodist  10:30 – Noon

Meet for coffee and a chat with friends 


Tuesday 22nd January


Every Tuesday at St Barnabas 10.30am - Noon

St Barnabas Church host a Lodge Lane Credit Union drop-in service in the church.  A full range of Credit Union services is available.

There is also a drop-in support service, run by the Riverside Housing Floating Support Team which promotes the wellbeing and independence of vulnerable people in Liverpool.   Advice on matters such as budgeting, debt management, accessing benefits and finding/sustaining accommodation is available.

Tea and coffee is available between 10.30am and noon.

Wednesday 23rd January

LUNCH CLUB – Elm Hall Drive Methodist – Noon – 1.45pm

We extend a warm welcome to anyone who would like to join our happy group. 

We meet each Wednesday at Elm Hall Drive Church for a freshly cooked two-course meal, followed by tea and cake, for £3.

Friends can, of course, sit together - but we would want to get to know you too!

If you would like to come, why not persuade your friends too, phone Mo Payne - 724 3103.  We look forward to seeing you!

Thursday 24th January

Week of prayer for Christian Unity -  JUST MEET 7.30 to 9pm. Focolare House

JUST MEET poster Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2019

All are warmly invited to drop in, at Focolare House 14 Sinclair Drive, L18.  and simply listen to and/or share something significant of your own faith journey with others. You may like to bring an object or picture that has meaning. All ages welcome.  Tea and refreshments provided.  NB Focolare, are a lay group who live together in brotherhood but who continue to work in their chosen professions.

Friday 25th January

THE COFFEE STOP  Every Friday at Elm Hall Drive Methodist  10:30 – Noon

Meet for coffee and a chat with friends

Friday Night is Film Night – Elm Hall Drive 7.00 for 7.30pm start

A period drama based on real events during the 1940s & wartime Britain. Certificate PG.   Refreshments before screening and during the interval. All Welcome, Admission free, Donations welcome.  Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 


Saturday 9th February

An evening of British Choral Music – Royal Philharmonic Choir

Mossley Hill Parish Church – 7.30pm

The first half of the programme will be British Choral Music through the years, performed by the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Chamber Choir - all introduced and conducted by Professor Dr Ian Tracey.

After the interval, the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Choir will perform The Gift of Life by John Rutter.

Admission by free ticket from Eventbrite  with a retiring collection in aid of the church

Monday 11th February


Sudley House and Allerton URC

CTMH Walk Feb

For more information please ring Ken or Jenny on 722-5153, or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

“The Welsh of Liverpool and the Liverpool Welsh” Bethel Welsh Church - 7-30 p,m  

Bethel Presbyterian Church of Wales, Heath field Road. Liverpool 15  and  the Guild of Graduates ( Liverpool Branch )  invite you  to  The Welsh Centre Heathfield Road/ Auckland Road ( entrance  in Auckland Rd  ) to a power point presentation  on The Welsh of Liverpool and the Liverpool Welsh  by Mike Farnworth of Allerton and Leader of the Welsh Language Study Group of Liverpool which meets every Monday ( 7-30 till 9 o’ clock every Monday night) at the Centre and Church.   
Admission £2  ( Including refreshments ).   


Would You Adam and Eve it?

What will you be doing between 15 June–3 July this year? I know, it's a long way ahead. Let me paint a picture... Imagine yourself sitting comfortably, with your favourite beverage in hand, laughing your head off at one of the wisecracks from double act David Robinson and Michael Taylor. David and Michael, who make up Searchlight Theatre, won a 5* review for their performance of Would You Adam And Eve It? at the Edinburgh Fringe festival. The show is a 90-minute dramatisation of the first 90 chapters of the Bible (that's Genesis and Exodus, in case you were wondering). 

They would like to take this show to as many people across the nation as possible between 15 June–3 July, and it would be great if one of our churches in South Liverpool can host it.    Visit the Bible Society Website for more info and a form to register your interest.  

Volunteers Welcome

Scout leader/ asst scout leader  

13th Allerton Scout Group  (All Hallows) is in desperate need of both a scout leader and an assistant scout leader as we are under threat of closure by the end of the year. Free training and support is available and DBS check is also required but paid for.  We currently meet Friday 7-9 pm but this could be flexible.

Contact Tim Green:  Mob:  07811530634  | Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  |  Web:

Volunteers to teach English  (to asylum seekers and refugees in Toxteth L8)

We are looking for volunteers to help teach 'drop-in' English to asylum seekers and refugees, many of whom have come to the UK with little, or no, verbal or written English skills. Previous teaching experience would be desirable, but is by no means essential. The most important thing is that you come with a good attitude, and a willingness to help others.
Because the lessons are drop-in we do not work from a curriculum, although we have some lesson materials which volunteers can choose to work from, these cover topics such as ‘meeting people’, ‘at the Doctor’s’ and ‘food’. We also have very basic material, such as the alphabet, for absolute beginners.
Please get in touch with us if you are interested, or for more information!

Time commitment: The lessons take place at our office in Toxteth (L8) every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday between 1-2.30pm. We are looking for volunteers who can ideally commit to one or more days a week.

Contact Emily:  Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | Web:

BE Alive magazine.

Please take your free copy with Parish news and dates for your diary. Articles from parishioners are always welcome. If you are a member of any parish group or attend a parish event and would like to do a writeup about it please email it to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  


For an electronic copy of this month's BE Alive click here


The RCIA programme continues Tuesday 15 January.

Resettlement Group:

Many thanks to everyone who donated goods, bought and helped sell tickets for the Christmas Raffle which raised over £1500. 1st prize hamper went to Maureen, 2nd prize to Sue, 3rd prize M&S voucher to Terry.

ALSO… Overcome the January blues and attend the, Positivity and Wellbeing Injection talk by Christina Mitchell will take place in the Fisher-More Hall on Tuesday 15 January at 7.30pm. Tickets are available on Eventbrite search Liverpool and Happiness or click here.

Tickets are free of charge on understanding that attendees will make a contribution to parish charities within their means.

Peace Sunday:

20 January, envelopes are available in the porch if you wish to donate. In preparation for peace Sunday you may wish to read Archbishop Malcolm's letter. click here. For other peace Sunday resources click here

RYM 18-40 young adult group

RYM young adult group meets every first Sunday of the month to go to 6.00pm Mass together at Bishop Eton. Please meet outside at 5.50pm. Followed by food and drinks together at Childwall Abbey. We also meet every other Tuesday evening (next meeting 22nd January) - in the Fisher-More Hall at 7:30pm - for more details contact   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


SVP food collection

The SVP are collecting food via the Monastery weekdays 10.00am—6.00pm. Cans, pasta, rice and non-perishables gratefully accepted. Thank you.

Mass Intentions.

Please note that every effort will be made for Masses to be said on days and times requested but due to the large number of requests this will not always be possible. Mass intentions that cannot be said publicly will, as far as possible, be given to one of the Redemptorist confreres.

Nugent Signed Mass

A signed Mass for the deaf community is held on the first Sunday of the month at Christ the King Church, Queens Drive at 4.30pm.


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