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[4 Dec 2013 | Leave a Comment | ]
Candlelit Christmas Concert

 
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[15 Sep 2013 | Leave a Comment | ]
St George’s Art Exhibition

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For further details please contact Norma Murray,
01635 582340
namurray@hotmail.com

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[20 Jun 2013 | Leave a Comment | ]
Cocktails at the Vicarage – 6th July 2013

St George’s ‘Cocktails at the Vicarage’ is taking place on Saturday 6th July starting at 7.30pm in the vicarage garden. Tickets cost  £10 each, which includes three cocktails of your choice plus light refreshments.
Access to the event will be via the ‘back gate’ between the hall and the annex.
This event has always been great fun, as well as raising funds for the church and is independent of the weather – we have contingency plans!

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[20 Jun 2013 | Leave a Comment | ]
Summer Serenade 2013

St George’s Church, 3.30pm  Sunday 14th July
A relaxing afternoon concert with Pimms and strawberries  served during ithe interval.
TImeless classics  (Vivaldi to Bohemiam Rhapsody!) from virtuoso violinist Helen Page, maestro of the keys Clive Grant and wonderful young soprano Amy Bennett, with choral contributions from Harmony.
TIckets £8  available from the church office or from Helen Tuck on 01635 45978.
All proceeds to St George’s Church Renewable Energy Project, so you can enjoy strawberries, Pimms and beautiful music, and help the environment at the same time!
 

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[20 May 2013 | Leave a Comment | ]
Bring ‘n’ Share Lunch

Join us for a ‘bring and share’ lunch together as we celebrate Terry’s ordination to the priesthood. All Welcome!

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[13 Nov 2012 | Leave a Comment | ]
Holy Week & Easter Services

 
 
 
Main Holy Week & Easter
Services
Come and rejoice with us
 
 
      Palm Sunday, 24th March
       9.30am    Procession from Falkland Memorial,
followed by Holy Communion
 Maundy Thursday, 28th March
8.00pm Institution of the Lord’s Supper (full ritual)
9.30pm Watch to midnight

Good Friday, 29th March
10.00am All Age Easter Garden Service
2.00pm Good Friday Walk of Witness
From the Common (by the Battery End    mounds), to St George’s Church,
followed by,
2.30pm Traditional Good Friday Service
 Easter Day, 31st March
5.45am Easter Vigil leading into,
6.00am First Mass of Easter (full ritual)
8.30am Book of Common Prayer Communion
10.00am All Age Easter Service
 
 

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[14 Jul 2012 | Leave a Comment | ]
Autumn Bazaar – 13th October 2012

The autumn bazaar will be held on Saturday October 13th.  Further details will follow nearer the time

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[7 Jul 2012 | Leave a Comment | ]
Summer Serenade

Enjoy a relaxing summer afternoon concert, with Pimms and strawberries adding a seasonal flavour during the interval.
The ‘Serenade’ team will once again include violinist Helen Page, organ and keyboard maestro Clive Grant, and the Harmony choir. We are delighted to welcome cellist Claire Haines, who will be joining Helen in Morricone’s ‘Gabriel’s Oboe’, and Schumann’s ‘Traumerei’ among other pieces in what promises to be a captivating instrumental programme.
Harmony’s input will as ever be a varied one, ranging from glorious Tudor church music to Cole Porter classics, while St George’s resident poet, Margaret Ford, will be adding a little humour to the proceedings.

All this and Pimms and strawberries too!
Ticket price held at last year’s £8
Family tickets also available.
All profits …

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[4 Mar 2012 | Leave a Comment | ]
Sandleford – A Personal View

Sandleford – a personal view
A view from an opponent to the building of 2000 homes on greenfield land
 I have to be honest, I am a late convert to the cause of Sandleford.  When I read about it in the papers, as the latest twist in the tale unfolded throughout the late naughties, I wasn’t really sure where it was.  In any event it was always written about in terms of coming bottom in the appraisal of potential development sites and more latterly as a reserve site so it wasn’t really anything to concern me.  Nor did it occur to me in evening sorties with Paul Cowan and others to the Swan and our stumbling back in …