The Mayor of Redcar and Cleveland, Cllr Barry Hunt, will be holding a civic service in Carlin How Village at the weekend.
Taking place on Sunday 2nd October 2016 at 3pm in Saint Helen’s Parish Church, Carlin How, the Mayor will give a reading from the Gospel according to Saint John before 15-year-old classical singer Charlotte Potter sings Ave Maria and Pie Jesu.
Also providing some musical entertainment is the Marske Fishermen’s Choir who will perform a number of songs. After the service there will be afternoon tea in the church and time to have a chat with the other guests including the Deputy Lieutenant of North Yorkshire Mr David Kerfoot MBE and the High Sheriff of North Yorkshire Mr John Furness
Cllr Barry Hunt said, “It is a privilege to be part of this Civic Service, especially at such an important event as Harvest Festival Sunday. The event is open to the public and I would encourage anyone who would like to give thanks to come to Saint Helen’s Parish Church.”
Father Adam Gaunt, Rector of Loftus, Carlin How & Skinningrove said, “We are really looking forward to this Civic Service, which will be the first ever Borough Mayor’s Civic Service to take place at Saint Helen’s Church in Carlin How. The service is a public event, and I wish to extend the Mayor’s kind invitation to anyone who is able to join us on Sunday afternoon at three o’clock.”