The village flag will once again be lowered to mark the passing of Rob Lomas. Although not a Burghwallis resident, Rob has served as a Parish Councillor since January 2018 and was well known in the village through his work with the Burghwallis branch of […]
It seems a while since the roof collapsed at St Helen’s church. The better news the repairs might be finally started in early February 2022. The various official fences have been jumped, ravines crossed and tunnels travelled. In the grand ecclesiastical maze of rules, regulations […]
The village flag is once again lowered to mark the passing of Raymond Rounthwaite, who has died recently.
There was a strong attendance at the Burghwallis Remembrance Service held again in the playing field. Covid restrictions led to a consensus that the service should best be held in the Playing Field where the congregation could more easily spread out. Unfortunately this meant the […]
The village flag will remain lowered for another week, in memory of Joshua Briggs (Josh), of Grange Lane, who passed away on Thursday.
The annual Burghwallis service to commemorate those in the armed forces (and others) who have fallen in the course of serving our country and preserving our freedom has once again had to be restructured due to Covid restrictions which limit the usual assembly around the […]
The Burghwallis annual ceremony to burst into the Christmas spirit by singing carols, eating mince pies and drinking mulled wine or soft drinks is scheduled for 11th December 2021 at 6:30pm The short service is a favourite for children of the Burghwallis and surrounding villages […]
The village flag has today been lowered to mark the sudden death of Dave Clark, of Grange Lane, Burghwallis. Our sympathies and thoughts are with Jan and family.