Social Events

Pie and a pint (or a glass of wine for the ladies) A chance to get together over a simple meal and a drink in the Parish Hall on  Sunday, 19th November after the 11.30am Mass.  Do come along to enjoy a delicious artisan pie with veg and gravy. Tickets: Adult £10, child (under 12s) £5. Sign up sheets in the porch.

Keep the date for the Christmas Coffee Morning – December 10th after 10am & 11.30am mass We will have on sale home-made savoury and sweet food, hot and cold drinks, and soup.  We will also have the popular Irish Coffee table, a children’s corner with lucky dip, and craft and cakes for sale.  If anyone would like to join our happy crew, by helping in any small way, please let Claudia know;  also donations or promises of craft and cakes would also be most welcome.  Our Christmas Hamper, delicious home-made Christmas Cake and wines will be on display in the porch, and the raffle will be drawn at the end of the event, £1 a ticket.  Please make a note of the date, come along to get to know more people in your parish community, and unwind together before Christmas.

1:1 Club – North Harrow parish This club is a social club where those with intellectual disability and those without come together in friendship and community once a month. Due to changes in structure this club is looking not only for those who would benefit from the club’s social aspect but also for volunteers to give as much or as little time as they can. The next event will be a Christmas Party on the 1st December 2017. If you would like to join in or would be interested in volunteering, please contact Gail Williams on 020 8202 3999 or via email /

St John Fisher Social Club We are open to all on Tuesday (9-11pm), Friday (9-11pm), Saturday (8.30-11pm) and Sunday lunchtime from 12.00 to 2pm(ish). Why not come in and have a drink in a social environment?

Friday Coffee Morning On the 2nd, 3rd & 4th Fridays of the month, there is a chance for parishioners to meet after Mass over a cup of tea/coffee and biscuit in the Fisher Room. Everyone is welcome.

“Come Dine” Are there any parishioners interested in a “Come Dine” concept where you cook a meal for 3-4 parishioners and each month thereafter you take it in turn to prepare a meal for your group? It is a good way to combine socialising, love of cooking and entertaining. It will be open to all ages/creeds/ nationalities. The only two stipulations will be it is to be fun (no point scoring) and there is to be NO looking around the property. If you are interested, please contact Roshan on 07976 199806 or email (please note it is underscore).