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Parish Summer Fete

The sun shone on all those who came to our fete on Saturday. Everyone enjoyed the stalls and games (and of course the tea and cakes).

Bouncy Father Andrew

Canon Andrew showed off his bouncing skills and there were even bottles of Holy Trinity Sauce available on the stalls. (You can buy more bottles at Asda!)

Many thanks to Alyson, Janet and Martin for organising the fete as their £10 challenge.  But it couldn’t have gone ahead without the help of the many volunteers who gave so willingly of their time and enthusiasm. Particular thanks to Osprey Leisure for the loan of the bouncy castle and to the Odyssey Majorettes for their dance display.  The total raised was nearly £600 for church funds.

15 August 2017

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Vicar’s letter for September 2018

“NEW BEGINNINGS September is always seen as a time of new beginnings. Holidays are over and the summer begins to draw to an end as we look forward to Harvest and the autumn.. The start of a new term beckons. Children starting school for the first time; moving from one school to the next or beginning the final leg of the educational process, leaving home and heading off to university for the Michaelmas term. ”

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