St John’s church, Furness Vale, celebrates its centenary this summer. There is a flower festival and a history exhibition of 100 years of village life on Saturday 16 June, 11.30am-7.30pm and again on Sunday 17 June from 11,30am-6pm. Refreshments available. Also on the Sunday at 6.30pm, there is a Songs of Praise service.
The Bishop of Chester will celebrate a centenary service in the church at 7.30pm on Wednesday 20 June. The celebrations continue with a centenary long table lunch from midday on Friday 22 June (cost £6.50).
A family service with special guest Roly Bain the Clown is at 11am on Sunday 24 June. Chapel Male Voice Choir are in concert at 7.30pm on Friday 13 July (£5).
Although Furness Vale is in the civic parish of Whaley Bridge, covered by the town council, it is in the ecclesiastical parish of Disley.