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CWACS HEDGING

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Many thanks to Jacky Nabb and the stalwarts of CWACS who spent several hours on a grimly wet day clearing the hedge around the church of brambles and other weeds and laying those sections that were ready to be laid. This maintenance work is ensuring that the hedge is growing into the sort of hedge that a country church such as ours should have.

THE CHRISTMAS TREE

We think the Christmas tree this year is the tallest we have ever had in the church as it is nearly touching the ceiling. It certainly took a fair amount of effort to get it safely erected - three and a half hours for the team expertly led by Andrew Davis! Hooray! and well done to everyone involved! It truly is magnificent!

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ST NICK'S FAYRE

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Some clever re-arrangement of the tables meant that this year's Fayre seemed less hectic and more enjoyable. Father Christmas was able to see as many young people as came to his grotto, the School choir sang a wonderful selection of Christmas songs, Jeanette's sausage pie was as wonderful as ever - and everyone, whether looking after a stall or visiting, had a thoroughly good time.

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Thank you to all who organised and ran it and helped us to raise a magnificent 1,720 for the life and work of the church.

KINGSTON CHAMBER ORCHESTRA CONCERT

The second concert given by the Kingston Chamber Orchestra was even better than the first one! Over 90 people filled the church on Advent Sunday afternoon to hear the orchestra and the young highly accomplished cellist, Jamal Aliyev, perform a varied programme of excellent music.

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Our thanks to Christine and Graham Smith, to musical director Andy Myers, to the players of the orchestra and especially Jamal Aliyev for a wonderful concert. Thanks too to Jeanette and her team for the afternoon teas and refreshments, and to all who donated a total of 553 to the Conservation and Refurbishment Project.

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CONSERVATION AND REFURBISHMENT PROJECT

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Future Events


Shared Life Activities in 2015



FEBRUARY

Saturday 7th February

QUIZ NIGHT

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APRIL

Saturday 11th April

PROGRESSIVE SUPPER

Sunday 19th April

CHURCH OPEN DAY

MAY

Tuesday 12th May

CONCERT

JUNE

Monday 1st June
CHURCH CLOSES

Sunday 7th June

GARDEN OPEN

JULY

Sunday 26th July

VICARAGE TEA PARTY

OCTOBER

Saturday 10th October
OLDE TYME MUCI HALL SUPPER



DECEMBER

ST.NICHOLAS FAYRE





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