Mother Union the Alter Mothers' Union Yardley Branch Centenary


The Mother's Union was started by Mary Sumner in 1876 because of her concern for the stability
 of family life and good parenting.  The Central Council of the Mothers' Union was founded in1896
and the first Central Constitution was agreed unifying members across the Diocese into a National Union
 with Mary Sumner as President. Members agreed objectives and a central vision that marriage, parenting
and prayer were the key to the future of the family

Today there are 4 million members working in 81 countries Mother's Union is passionate
 about caring for families around the World. Internationally and Nationally and at local levels
their work challenges root causes of injustice and works for better conditions in Society
for children and families

The Yardley Branch  at St Edburgha's Church started in1911 and meet every 2nd Wednesday of each
month in the Trust School next to the Church, new member are always welcome.
A Service was held to mark the Centenary of the Branch on 17th October 2011

Mothers Union Service St Edburghas
St Edburga's Church

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Mary Wright and Sylvia Roberts

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Eric Swindells
Ercic Swindalls

Margaret Fulford President & Jane George
President Margaret Fulford and Jane George

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President Margaret Fulford
Phylis Flood
Judith Fennall
Angela Swindalls
Kate Wright

Mothers Union The Buffet    
Mothers Union 100 Cake

 The Centenary Cake and the Refreshments

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Jane  and Marcelle Stevenson                                                                                            

  Mothers Union 100

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Mothers Union 100

Mothers Union 100

Rev Bill Sands & Margaret Fulford
Rev Bill Sands and Margaret Fulford

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