S. Mary's Church News May 2014
- Published on Thursday, 01 May 2014 13:14
Work continues to improve the appearance of the Churchyard and we have now removed/relocated standard roses from along the main path and created a border on the right of the main path which has been planted with Cat Nip and gravelled. The largest of the old wooden headstocks from the bells is being cleaned and will be placed behind the new border with the memorial name plates taken from those roses which were removed.
Garden Trail Sunday 8th June 2014
There will be a Garden Trail from 2pm to 5pm on Sunday 8th June. Nine gardens within walking distance of the church will be open for visitors with teas available at some of the gardens. There will also be a plant stall. Tickets priced at £4 will allow entry to all of the gardens and we are very grateful to all those who have offered to open their gardens for everyone to enjoy.
Annual Parish Lunch
Once again, Elis and Alison Hughes have very kindly agreed to host the parish lunch which will take place on Sunday 22nd June at their home Haughton Farm, off Cae Goody Lane starting at 12.30.
Tickets priced at £10 will soon be available from Ann Harris and will include Rodney Stokes' Roast beef, new potatoes, salads and sweets.
This is always a very popular event and tickets are certain to be in great demand.
We will also be asking for volunteers to provide salads and sweets and guests are reminded to bring a pound along with them on the day for a game of heads and tails!