St Andrews Church features strongly in our write up this week. There was a very large attendance for the Comemorative service held in church last Sunday. Rev Simon Springet, a retired Naval Chaplain led the special service which was shared around our Mission Community. The hymns reflected the Queen’s life and moments in her reign, […]
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What a sad week this has been with the sudden death of our beloved Monarch Queen Elizabeth 11. This Sunday at St Andrews and indeed in all of our churches in the Benefice, there will be a special service which will be used all around the country to comemorate her Majesty’s life. Last Sunday a
There is a Book of Condolence now up in St Andrew’s Church for anyone who would like to sign it and the invitation to sign it is open to everyone. The church will be open every day until 5.00 pm, (although please be aware there is an automatic lock on the door so that you
Well its been a while but the Classic Car Show made an almighty comeback last weekend with one of the best turnouts of entries ever seen. Every kind of veteran vehicle was represented with classes for motorbikes and agricultural vehicles too. John Foales beloved tractor The Beast was on display after the teams fantastic tractor