|Wellingborough News, 28th July 1883, transcribed by Kay Collins
NEWTON BROMSWOLD CHURCH.
OF USEFUL & ORNAMENTAL WORK
Will be held in
THE GARDENS OF NEWTON BROMSWOLD,
ON THURSDAY & FRIDAY, AUG. 2nd & 3rd,
For the purpose of raising funds for the
Completion of the Restoration of the Parish Church.
REFRESHMENTS will be provided, and a BAND will attend.
AdmissionFirst day, from 2 to 5, 1s.; after 5, 6d.
Second day, from 2 to 5, 6d.; after 5, 3d. Children Half-price.
|The Wellingborough Post, 4th June 1886, transcribed by Kay Collins
PRESENTATIONOn Easter Day a cross and vases were presented to the church of St. Peter's, in this parish, by the children of the Rector and Miss Taylor. The cross, of wrought brass, a Calvary, very good and suitable to this little church, was the gift of Miss Taylor. The vases, also of brass, and fitted with frames, and present a very handsome appearance, when filled with flowers in designs. It is hoped further to enhance the value of these presentations by the erection of a reredos, which is especially required to show to the beauty of the cross.
|Rushden Echo & Argus, 26th February 1932, transcribed by Kay Collins
Altar Gift to Newton Church - Mrs Cooper’s Work in memory of Children
A beautiful violet altar frontal, for use during Lent and Advent, has been made by Mrs Ada Cooper, of the Court Estate, and presented by her to Newton Bromshold Church.
This handsome gift was dedicated by the Vicar, the Rev W R Taylor, at the Holy Communion service on Sunday morning recently.
This gift has been made by Mrs Cooper in memory of her son and daughter who died within three weeks of each other during the War. Mr John Robert Cooper was wounded and died in a military hospital in France in November 1918, and Miss Catherine Mary Cooper succumbed to pneumonia following war work at Luton.
|Rushden Echo & Argus, 4th June 1948, transcribed by Kay Collins
Added to Newton
"Rushden Argus" recorded: "We learn that the Ecclesiastical Commissioner has recommended the division of Chelveston-cum-Caldecott from Higham Ferrers and the Court Estate from the parish of Rushden. The two separated areas will be added to Newton Bromshold."