Picture Gallery - People and Events
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Harvest Supper - 2008
Pictures from the Social evening of the 3rd October
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Biker Bishop back to Church! - 2008
On Thursday 25th September 2008 the Bishop of Doncaster, Cyril Ashton, donned his
leathers, mounted his motorbike and along with five biker vicars and colleagues rode to
pray for 'Back to Church Sunday’ here at St Mary's - Ecclesfield.
Below are some pictures from the visit.
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The Bishop's Back to
Church Banner.
Bishop Cyril rides out.
On to their next destination
Followed by the Bishop
Bishop Cyril introduces the service.
Listening to the Bible
reading.
Christian Aid Lunches - 12th to 16th May 2008
Ecumenical Barn Dance - 17th May 2008
Baptism Party - 2008
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The Baptism Party was held in the Vicarage Garden and this year the weather was kind to us.
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Pictures from the Baptism Party at the Vicarage - Sunday 12th July 2009
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Blowing Bubbles.
Making a bid for
Freedom.
I'm getting tired.
Tea Ladies.
Cakes cut and ready
to go.
Time for Tea.
'Tricia and Richard recently Celebrated their Ruby Wedding Anniversary
And, we just had to take a couple of pictures.
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Ecclesfield in Bloom awards 2009
Yorkshire in Bloom & RHS Britain in Bloom awards 2009

St Mary's Churchyard won a Yorkshire in Bloom "Silver Rose" award and the Ecclesfield
Church Neighbourhood won a RHS Britain in Bloom
"Merit" award.
The awards have been framed and will shortly be put up in porch for all to see. Our thanks
to all those in the Ecclesfield community whose dedication and hard work earned these
awards.
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RHS Britain in Bloom "Merit" award


Yorkshire in Bloom "Silver Rose" award
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Pictures from the 2009 Autumn Fayre
The Opening Ceremony with the Lord Mayer
Ecclesfield Tower
Traidcraft
Traidcraft Cards
Ecclesfield in Bloom Card Stand
and Display
Worsbrough Brass Band playing in church.
www.worsbroughbrass.co.uk/
Cake Stand
Mother's Union
Pickles and Jams
Plants and Flowers
Tombola
Handmade Signs
For more details on Emley Brass Band and their concert
venues see their website at
www.emleybrassband.co.uk
Pictures from the Emley Brass Band Concert held in 2009
Strike up the Band.
The Band Sings.
Nellie the Elephant.
Sorry we can't see
you Gary.
Pictures from the Remembrance Event Tree Planting November 2009
The Mayor tops out a
Lime tree planted by
local children.
The Mayor,  
honoured guests and
local children pose
for the press.
A poem of
remembrance was
read at the end of the
ceremony
Jeffcock Memorial Fountain - Service of Dedication
Wednesday 17th February 2010
A replica of the finial on the top of the Memorial (the original having been lost) has been replaced.
For more information on this memorial see:
http://public-art.shu.ac.uk/sheffield/unk329.html
Extract from the Parish Magazine for March 2010.
The Jeffcock memorial fountain was moved from Ecclesfield Park to the green in the village by the
church in 2008. On 17th February, the memorial was re-dedicated in a short service conducted by
Canon Tricia Impey. The Lord Mayor of Sheffield, Graham Oxley, MP Angela Smith, several
members of the Jeffcock family and the Ecclesfield Feoffees were in attendance. The monument is
made of polished black granite with decorative pink granite with four inscriptions bearing the
names and dates of members of the Jeffcock family. It was first dedicated in 1903 when it was
positioned in the alcove in the church wall.

The Jeffcocks are an old mining family from Handsworth, near Sheffield. William Jeffcock was the
1st Mayor of Sheffield in 1843, and his brother John married Catherine Parkyn, the Lady of the
Manor of Darley. They lived in Cowley Manor near Chapeltown. Their son Parkin, a mining
engineer, is well remembered for his selfless attempt to save miners in the Oaks Colliery Disaster in
1866, at the cost of his own life. St. Saviour’s Church in Mortomley was erected in his memory.
Today there are Jeffcocks living and working in the Isle of Man, Monaco, London, Ecuador,
Ireland and France. The family still invests and works in mining projects from Mexico & Ecuador
to Azerbaijan and Georgia as well as oil and gas exploration in the Ukraine. Ecclesfield Church
also has three windows and a water trough in memory of members of the family.
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Service of dedication.
The Jeffcock Memorial Fountain
restore to its former glory
Dignitaries and family
members pose for the local
press
Video and Pictures from the Church Weekend - April 2010
A short video of the children's work from
"Run Away to Scarborough 2009".
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A selection of photos from the weekend
Pictures from the Lord Mayor's Service - May 2010
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'Tricia with the
Lord Major and
Lady Mayoress
Back row Sue, Lord Major, Lady
Mayoress & 'Tricia.
Front row the Lord Mayor's
Grandchildren
Sue, Lord Major,
Lady Mayoress &
'Tricia
Pictures from 'Tricia's retirement service and presentation  13th June 2010
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'Tricia Impey - Vicar of St Mary's - Ecclesfield - 2002 to 2010
'Tricia's Sermon from her last service is available to listen to on our Listen Again page.
We have added pictures from the retirement service, presentation and 'bring and share
lunch' to the
Picture Gallery. More may follow so please check back soon.
Below is the PowerPoint slide show from the presentation.
Pictures from Sue's last service as Curate and the B&S Lunch in the
Gatty Hall - 1st August 2010
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Pictures from the Flower Festival
17th, 18th &19th of September 2010
Flower displays in numerical order starting from top left to bottom right 1 to 17
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Pictures from the Harvest Service 3rd October 2010
Link to Sheffield Cathedral Archer Project's new website
Food Gifts in aid of the Archer Project
Welly Money in aid of the Farm Africa
Link to FARM - Africa's website
Prayer Corner
Harvest Gifts
In Aid of  Archer Project
Give Poverty
The Boot
West Door
The Institution and Induction of
The Revd. Daniel Hartley

Left: The Right Reverend Steven Croft, Bishop of Sheffield
Right: The Revd. Daniel Hartley
Following the Institution by The Right Reverend Steven Croft,
Bishop of Sheffield
And, Induction by The Venerable Martyn Snow, Archdeacon of
Sheffield and Rotherham, on Sunday 23rd January 2011.
Image Bishop Steven Croft with The Revd. Daniel Hartley after the service
Champions - Holiday Club 2011

The analogy of the Olympic Games was used to
explore how Jesus ‘ran the race’ for God. It
encouraged the children to also run that race,
running straight towards the goal and finishing the
race in order to win the ultimate prize of eternal life.
This is the prize that God offers to each one of us
through the work of his Son, Christ Jesus, with the
realization that
everyone can be a winner.
Each day covered a different theme using five Bible stories are taken from the life of Jesus -
Direction: the boy Jesus in the temple; Distraction: the temptation of Jesus; Dedication:
Jesus heals a paralysed man;
Determination: Jesus’ death and resurrection; and finally
Decoration: Jesus’ ascension - alive and victorious!
The Race is on
Learning the
Memory Verse
My Wellies are Too
Big!
MU Helpers
Back Room Girls
Thespians
View from the village
green
View with church in
background
Carols Around the Christmas Tree 2011
Sunday the 4th December - the weather turned out wet and windy but we managed to sing
a few songs round the tree before heading inside to warm up.
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