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Pancake + Beetle Party and BigBrew

Both the Pancake and Beetle Party and the Traidcraft BigBrew were successful events in February, raising money for good causes.

A wonderful and sometimes chaotic time was had by all who attended the Pancake and Beetle Party at St Nicholas on Shrove Tuesday. Some manic beetle playing went on, many tasty pancakes with different toppings were eaten at half-time, and the raffle was extremely funny with Charles Deremaux pulling out his own tickets several times (the organisers insist that the tickets were thoroughly mixed up).  Many thanks to Lin Deremaux for organising the pancakes and to all her kitchen helpers.  We made a total of £120.70 from the ticket and raffle sales for Church funds.

Thank you to everyone who supported the Traidcraft BigBrew in any way, especially the cake makers and helpers on the stalls.  It was an enjoyable day, especially welcoming people from other churches to Holy Trinity. We raised £150.15 which has been sent to Traidcraft Exchange to help improve the lives of people in developing countries.

9 March 2017

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  • 26 July 2018

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Vicar’s letter for July 2018/August 2018

“God doesn’t have a holiday!

Working through a desk groaning with paper on a glorious sunny summer morning, I just happened to wish out loud that I was on holiday. However, I was soon reminded by a parishioner of the wonderful truth that God doesn’t have holidays.

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  • Sunday 19 August 2018, 6.30pm | Holy Trinity

    Songs of Praise 19th August 2018

    There will be a special Songs of Praise on Sunday 19th August at 6.30pm which will be followed by wine and cheese and raffle. All proceeds will go to the church restoration appeal. Please choose your favourite hymn. Further details will be published nearer the event.

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