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    Hipswell Parish (www.hipswellparish.org.uk)

    St Cuthbert’s, Colburn & St John’s, Hipswell, both aim to be:

    “A warm, welcoming church; open to the wider community;

    confident in Jesus’ love and presence.”

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  • Church services and hall bookings

    Tue

    16

    Jul


    Wed

    17

    Jul

    09:00 Drop-In

    18:00 Beavers


    Thu

    18

    Jul


    Sun

    21

    Jul

    10:00 Church Use


    Tue

    23

    Jul


    Wed

    24

    Jul

    09:00 Drop-In

    18:00 Beavers


    Sun

    28

    Jul

    10:00 Church Use


    Tue

    30

    Jul


    Wed

    31

    Jul

    09:00 Drop-In

    18:00 Beavers


    Thu

    1

    Aug


    Sun

    4

    Aug

    10:00 Church Use


    Tue

    6

    Aug


    Wed

    7

    Aug

    09:00 Drop-In

    18:00 Beavers


    Sun

    11

    Aug

    10:00 Church Use


    Tue

    13

    Aug


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    Safeguarding

    We are committed to Safeguarding Children, Young People, Victims/perpetrators of Domestic Abuse and Vulnerable Adults.

    If you are suffering as a result of present or past experiences, we would encourage you to seek help. Various helpline numbers are shown below,   or on the relevant web pages, as indicated below.

    Hipswell Parochial Church Council (PCC) has adopted the Church of England’s policy and best practice on Safeguarding, which may be found on the Church of England’s website:

    https://www.churchofengland.org/more/safeguarding

    Our Parish Safeguarding Officer (PSO) is Marie Smalley, who can be contacted through the Parish Office, St Cuthbert’s Community Hall, Colburn Lane, Colburn, Catterick Garrison, North Yorkshire, DL9 4LT, by email: mariesmalley02@gmail.com or by phone: 07852156134.

    Our Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser (DSA) Ripon Area is Narinder Lyon, whose contact numbers are as follows: T: (0113) 3530 256 or M: 07872005309

    Please press the ‘Safeguarding Information’ tab above for helpline numbers & further information on the ‘Promoting a safer church’ poster, and the ‘Documents’ tab for our ‘Promoting a safer church’ policy statement, the ‘Promoting a safer church’ policy document, and the ‘Parish Safeguarding Handbook’.

    If a child or adult is at immediate risk of significant harm, in the first instance you should always contact your local Social Services team North Yorkshire (01609) 780780 or the local police (call 101).

     

    National helplines:

    Childline: 0800 1111

    NSPCC: 0808 500 8000

    Domestic Violence Helpline: 0808 200 0247

    MACSAS (Ministers and clergy sexual abuse survivors): www.macsas.org.uk

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