Events in Mayfield

What's Going On in Mayfield

Even during lockdown we have events taking place in our vibrant village. You can add an event here.

Most Sundays

Mayfield Arms, Mayfield Memorial Hall. From 2pm. Free entry, full bar, darts, pool table, dominoes and cards. Everybody welcome including children and dogs. All proceeds go to Memorial Hall funds. Every Sunday, check the facebook page for the Mayfield Arms for updates. Social distancing measures are in place. No more than six to a table and please keep behind the tape by the bar.

Beer at the Mayfield Arms
Beer at the Mayfield Arms

Sunday 4 October

Morning Worship, Mayfield Church. Led by the Rev Martin Soar - 10.45am. We are keeping and strengthening our link with the Padley Centre in Derby, which, as well as our local food bank, does so much for the homeless among us, as well as supporting other welfare agencies, women's refuges and even, during recent months, pet rescue centres. They’re experts in 'loving our neighbour'. And we can join in. Their most urgent requirements at present are as follows. And if you are able to make donations, these will be gratefully received: Kitchen rolls, Washing powder, Sugar, Tinned fish, Tinned fruit, Tinned custard. (No fresh produce, please). And as the colder months approach, these also will be needed, if you’ve any to spare: Thermal hats, gloves, warm socks, scarves or coats. If you're unable to get to the next two Sunday services, I'll place a 'Padley Centre' plastic box outside the Vicarage front door, if you'd like to donate.

Sunday 4 October

Zoom Chat and Evening Worship, Mayfield Church. 5pm Weaver ward zoom for tea and talk, 5.30 to 6pm evening worship.

Sunday 11 October

Morning Worship, Mayfield Church. Led by the Rev Martin Soar - 10.45am.

Sunday 18 October

Memorial Service, Mayfield Church. Led by the Rev Martin Soar - 10.45am. Our annual service of remembering those who have died (as distinct from the Remembrance Sunday service on 8th November) takes place this month where those who have been bereaved are invited and welcome, is, like everything at present, affected by the Covid pandemic. Therefore, to maintain a healthy and risk-free environment, and allowing for social distancing, we are holding two services on 18th October: - at 10.45am for the departed with surnames A-K - and 2.30pm for those whose surnames were L-Z Please note that the relevant surnames are those of the departed, not the bereaved. Please say if you are going by sending a note or email to Churchwarden, Mrs Gill Brewer, telling her: A) The name of the person to be remembered, B) Your name and a contact number, C) the number of those coming with you, and d) the number of households or social bubbles they represent. gillian.brewer@gmail.com Address: Corner House, Sycamore Road, Mayfield DE6 2JD. Please bring a pebble or small stone with the name of the person you are commemorating written on it. At the closing part of the service we will move out to the churchyard and place these stones in the shape of a previously marked-out cross on the churchyard lawn. And if you are not able to get to the service you can add stones during the week. I hope you will find this to be a helpful and reverent way of expressing thankful memories.

Sunday 18 October

Memorial Service, Mayfield Church. Led by the Rev Martin Soar - 2.30 pm. Our annual service of remembering those who have died (as distinct from the Remembrance Sunday service on 8th November) takes place this month where those who have been bereaved are invited and welcome, is, like everything at present, affected by the Covid pandemic. Therefore, to maintain a healthy and risk-free environment, and allowing for social distancing, we are holding two services on 18th October: - at 10.45am for the departed with surnames A-K - and 2.30pm for those whose surnames were L-Z Please note that the relevant surnames are those of the departed, not the bereaved. Please say if you are going by sending a note or email to Churchwarden, Mrs Gill Brewer, telling her: A) The name of the person to be remembered, B) Your name and a contact number, C) the number of those coming with you, and d) the number of households or social bubbles they represent. gillian.brewer@gmail.com Address: Corner House, Sycamore Road, Mayfield DE6 2JD. Please bring a pebble or small stone with the name of the person you are commemorating written on it. At the closing part of the service we will move out to the churchyard and place these stones in the shape of a previously marked-out cross on the churchyard lawn. And if you are not able to get to the service you can add stones during the week. I hope you will find this to be a helpful and reverent way of expressing thankful memories.

29 October - 1 November

Spellbound Walk, Middle Mayfield. Calling all aspiring young Witches and Wizards. This half term the Middle Mayfield College of Magic is looking for new pupils! Outdoor walking trail - fancy dress - wellies - start at the Rose and Crown from between 3pm and 5.30 pm daily. Turn up at any time and follow the trail. Trick or treat stalls and donations towards Mayfield playground fund and I S A. More info - whatsapp Kate on 07787 047852.

Spooky walk

Sunday 25 October

Morning Worship, Mayfield Church. Led by the Rev Martin Soar - 10.45am.

Ongoing

Online Charity Plant Sale. Free delivery within Mayfield (including Upper Mayfield, Church Mayfield, Middle Mayfield and Wallash) of gorgeous plants & shrubs with all proceeds going towards the Outdoor Gym and Playground at the Mayfield Recreational Association. Most plants are £3 each or four for £10.

Charity Plant Shop
Grab a Bargain at the Charity Plant Shop

Ongoing

COVID-19 Community Group Mayfield. Facebook group to reach out to as many people as possible in our Village & surrounding areas. If you have a family member or friend you are worried about or you are self-isolating, by working together we can do something.

Ongoing

Sign Up to Online Shopping for the Outdoor Gym. MARNA and supporters are raising money for an Outdoor Gym in Mayfield, by the playing fields. It will be free to use and the equipment will be for everyone from age 14 to 100, including disabled people. Unfortunately, with the lockdown and social isolation, their fundraising events have had to be cancelled. But you can help simply by shopping on-line as normal. All you have to do is sign up to Easyfundraising, do your online shopping and the retailers will make a donation. Please help if you can!

Retailers
Some of the Easyfundraising retailers who will donate to the MRA

POSTPONED

Beer Festival , Mayfield Memorial Hall. The beer festival sadly had to be cancelled this summer. A smaller version is hoped for when possible.

POSTPONED

Bottle Bingo , Mayfield Memorial Hall. MARNA's Bottle Bingo has been postponed - new date to be announced. Raising money for the outdoor gym.

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Where are They?

In normal times the most commonly used venues for activities are the Church Rooms, the Memorial Hall and the MRA. Here are their addresses.

Mayfield Parish Rooms
Just up from the Church
Church Lane
Church Mayfield
near Ashbourne
Staffordshire
DE6 2JR

Mayfield Memorial Hall
off Conygree Lane (turn right just before Mayfield Avenue)
DE6 2LD (For gps directions use postcode DE6 2HW)
See turning on map - the hall is hidden behind houses from the road.
mayfieldmemorialhall.org.uk

MRA Pavillion
By the playing fields
Conygree Lane
Mayfield
Ashbourne
DE6 2HW

Google Map of 53.004,-1.76950

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