St Mary's Radcliffe on Trent

Working in love to glorify God
and proclaim Jesus Christ as Saviour

 

 

 

PRAYER FOR THE WEEK

Please pray this week for our emergency services.  Pray for the Police who help to keep us safe from harm.  Pray for the Ambulance Service both on the road and in the air, which works sometimes under extreme conditions to get us to hospital and treatment.  Pray for the Fire Service, which deals with fires easily extinguished through to massive conflagrations where fire fighting can be both dangerous and difficult.  Pray for the Coastguards and the Royal National Lifeboat Institution, which often under extreme difficulties save lives at sea.  Pray for the families of those members of these organisations, who have lost their lives in the line of duty keeping us safe

 

 

 

 

Readings (or as announced and/or as shown in service sheet)

This week’s Service Theme

1st Reading  Psalm 121    P. 498 Pew Bible

Gospel Reading John Chapter 6 verses 35, 41 -51     P. 868 Pew Bible

 

ST. PETER & ST. PAUL’S 

Sunday 12th No service

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THEOLOGICAL COLLEGE PLACEMENT - During September, Sue Pendenque will be on placement with us at St. Mary’s.   Sue is training for ministry at College and will be shadowing Rachel and Mark and involved in the leading of some Services and activities.  Please welcome Sue as she joins us for this short placement. Mark

 

ST. MARY’S AUTUMN COACH TRIP – Our trip this time will be on Saturday 20th October to the Anderton Boat Lift near Northwich in Cheshire.  It will include a 75 minutes’ boat trip through the boatlift originally built in 1875 from the Trent & Mersey canal to the River Weaver where we shall continue along the River Weaver to Northwich and back. The cost is £30 Adult, £25 Child, including the price of the boat trip. There is a café on site which does sandwiches, jacket potatoes, paninis, chips and the like. PLEASE NOTE that the coach is now full but I am willing to make a reserve list in case anyone drops out. Martin Skeffington

 

HARVEST SUPPER – On Saturday 13th October there will be a Harvest Supper in St. Mary’s Hall for up to 70 persons, with Canon Alan Haydock giving one of his talks. Outside caterers have been invited to provide the food and a menu choice will be provided (including vegetarian option).  This will give us the opportunity to sit down together, enjoy the meal, without the bother of preparing the food ourselves thereby giving our cooks a rest!  The cost per person is £20 (£15 for a child under 14 years old) with a lucky ticket winning a prize.  There will also be a cloakroom raffle with all profits going to church funds.  Tickets/menu are now ready from Martin & Christine Skeffington. If you would like a glass of wine or other alcoholic beverage please could you bring your own?  Teas/coffee will be available afterwards. So that we are not rushed at the end and to give the caterers good notice it would be helpful if you could let us have your choice of menu before the end of August.

 

LINK MAGAZINE - We are in need of help to deliver the magazines to cover holidays and sickness, mainly in the Shelford Road area but would be pleased to hear from anyone in other areas of the village who would be prepared to help on an occasional basis. We also require help during the holiday season with delivering the bundles of magazines to the Distributors (who then go on to deliver to our subscribers). A car would be necessary and some lifting is involved. If you think you would be able to help in either capacity please contact Jenny Hudson    - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  Thank you.

 

OUTSIDE THEATRE - Southwell Minster and The Archbishop’s Palace will once again be hosting some wonderful outdoor theatre performances this summer. The next performance of high quality entertainment ‘alfresco’ for all the family will be Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland on Thursday 2 August. Join the cast of “This is My Theatre” for a trip into this well-loved tale. Southwell Minster Marketing & Events Manager Glenn Formoy says: “Bring your fily and picnics and be royally entertained amidst the stunning garden setting in the ruins of The Archbishop’s Palace next door to Southwell Minster. " Tickets available from the Cathedral Bookshop in Southwell and also online. For more info contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   

 

NOTTINGHAMSHIRE HISTORIC CHURCHES TRUST - The popular Ride + Stride for Churches event takes place this year on Saturday 8th September.  We are a registered church so anyone who wants to take part should contact me; in addition to cyclists/striders, I am, as usual, seeking volunteers to church sit and welcome any visitors. Anyone interested in either cycling, striding between churches (and being sponsored) or in church sitting should contact me, email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. - Lyn Sugden

 

£4.6m. TO DEVELOP CHURCH GROWTH PROGRAMME - Southwell & Nottingham Diocese has been granted £4.6 million from a national strategic development fund to support a range of initiatives related to its focus on ‘Growing Disciples – wider, younger and deeper’ The grant from the Church Commissioners will help to develop four new resourcing churches – these are churches that are growing numerically and spiritually and work with other churches to plant new worshipping communities; local leadership teams are already working with senior clergy in the diocese to develop plans for spiritual and numerical growth at these existing churches.

 

PLANT HUNTERS FAIR - For the third year running, the immensely popular Fair returns to the Education Garden, Southwell Minster, 11.00am – 4.00pm on Sunday 12th August. As previously, there is an entry donation of £1 requested in aid of our ‘Leaves of Southwell’ Chapter House project (no charge for accompanied children). A ‘must’ occasion for all gardeners seeking that special plant! Tea and cakes, as before, in the State Chamber. Further details: Charlie Leggatt This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

 

WORKPLACE CHAPLAINCY ‘INSIGHT’ MEETING - You may be interested in attending the next Workplace Chaplaincy INSIGHT Meeting on Wednesday 15th August. Kingdom Bank really is a bank with a difference and it is based right here in Nottingham offering a range of financial services to Individuals, Churches and Charities. Chris Sheldon, who is the chief executive of this Christian Bank that has a history of over 60 years, will give an INSIGHT into the bank and explain how well managed money can be used for good within our society and ‘change people’s lives’ You are invited to attend the meeting which takes place at St Nic’s Church on Maid Marion Way between Noon - 1.30pm. As a buffet lunch is provided please email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  to confirm your attendance.

 

NEW WINE CONFERENCE  - A New Wine Urban Conference is taking place on Wednesday 17th and Thursday 18th October at St Saviour’s in The Meadows, Nottingham. The main speaker is Nicola Neal from Every Life who is working to eradicate poverty holistically in the UK and Africa. There will be lively worship, prayer ministry, also seminars on relevant urban topics lead by practitioners doing the stuff and networking opportunities. The cost is £72 before the 5th September 2018 as an early bird using the following link https://www.new-wine.org/events/new-wine-urban-forum-2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRAYER FOR THE WEEK

Please pray this week for those countries where natural disasters have struck, whether it is Indonesia where the island of Lombok suffered severe earthquake damage, Japan where a severe heat-wave has caused problems, Laos where heavy rain has caused a dam to collapse with all its consequential damage, or the United States where wild fires have caused untold damage both to life, property and wild life.  Apart from the earthquake these disasters are the consequence of humankind and we pray wisdom will prevail so that future generations will not have to suffer by man’s actions.

Amen

 

 

 

Readings (or as announced and/or as shown in service sheet)

This week’s Service Theme – We are Wonderfully Created

1st Reading  Psalm 139 verses 13 – 18             

Gospel Reading John Chapter 6 verses 24 - 35    

 

ST. PETER & ST. PAUL’S 

Service theme – Bread of life        

Sunday 29th 10.30am Holy Communion

1st Reading Ephesians Chapter 4 verses 1 – 16

Gospel Reading As Radcliffe

 

ST. MARY’S AUTUMN COACH TRIP – Our trip this time will be on Saturday 20th October to the Anderton Boat Lift near Northwich in Cheshire.  It will include a 75 minutes’ boat trip through the boatlift originally built in 1875 from the Trent & Mersey canal to the River Weaver where we shall continue along the River Weaver to Northwich and back. The cost is £30 Adult, £25 Child, including the price of the boat trip. There is a café on site which does sandwiches, jacket potatoes, paninis, chips and the like. PLEASE NOTE that the coach is now full but I am willing to make a reserve list in case anyone drops out. Martin Skeffington

 

HARVEST SUPPER – On Saturday 13th October there will be a Harvest Supper in St. Mary’s Hall for up to 70 persons, with Canon Alan Haydock giving one of his talks. Outside caterers have been invited to provide the food and a menu choice will be provided (including vegetarian option).  This will give us the opportunity to sit down together, enjoy the meal, without the bother of preparing the food ourselves thereby giving our cooks a rest!  The cost per person is £20 (£15 for a child under 14 years old) with a lucky ticket winning a prize.  There will also be a cloakroom raffle with all profits going to church funds.  Tickets/menu are now ready from Martin & Christine Skeffington. If you would like a glass of wine or other alcoholic beverage please could you bring your own?  Teas/coffee will be available afterwards. So that we are not rushed at the end and to give the caterers good notice it would be helpful if you could let us have your choice of menu before the end of August.

 

LINK MAGAZINE - We are in need of help to deliver the magazines to cover holidays and sickness, mainly in the Shelford Road area but would be pleased to hear from anyone in other areas of the village who would be prepared to help on an occasional basis. We also require help during the holiday season with delivering the bundles of magazines to the Distributors (who then go on to deliver to our subscribers). A car would be necessary and some lifting is involved. If you think you would be able to help in either capacity please contact Jenny Hudson - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Thank you.

 

OUTSIDE THEATRE - Southwell Minster and The Archbishop’s Palace will once again be hosting some wonderful outdoor theatre performances this summer. The next performance of high quality entertainment ‘alfresco’ for all the family will be Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland on Thursday 2 August. Join the cast of “This is My Theatre” for a trip into this well-loved tale. Southwell Minster Marketing & Events Manager Glenn Formoy says: “Bring your fily and picnics and be royally entertained amidst the stunning garden setting in the ruins of The Archbishop’s Palace next door to Southwell Minster. " Tickets available from the Cathedral Bookshop in Southwell and also online. For more info contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   

 

NOTTINGHAMSHIRE HISTORIC CHURCHES TRUST - The popular Ride + Stride for Churches event takes place this year on Saturday 8th September.  We are a registered church so anyone who wants to take part should contact me; in addition to cyclists/striders, I am, as usual, seeking volunteers to church sit and welcome any visitors. Anyone interested in either cycling, striding between churches (and being sponsored) or in church sitting should contact me - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  Lyn Sugden

 

£4.6m. TO DEVELOP CHURCH GROWTH PROGRAMME - Southwell & Nottingham Diocese has been granted £4.6 million from a national strategic development fund to support a range of initiatives related to its focus on ‘Growing Disciples – wider, younger and deeper’. The grant from the Church Commissioners will help to develop four new resourcing churches – these are churches that are growing numerically and spiritually and work with other churches to plant new worshipping communities; local leadership teams are already working with senior clergy in the diocese to develop plans for spiritual and numerical growth at these existing churches.

 

PLANT HUNTERS FAIR - For the third year running, the immensely popular Fair returns to the Education Garden, Southwell Minster, 11.00am – 4.00pm on Sunday 12th August. As previously, there is an entry donation of £1 requested in aid of our ‘Leaves of Southwell’ Chapter House project (no charge for accompanied children). A ‘must’ occasion for all gardeners seeking that special plant! Tea and cakes, as before, in the State Chamber. Further details: Charlie Leggatt This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

 

BEREAVEMENT LISTENING -The next Bereavement Listening and Information hour will be on Wednesday 8th August, 11.00am to 12 noon in St. Anne's Meeting room, New Rd., Radcliffe. A warm welcome with tea & coffee awaits you however recent or long ago the bereavement. Iris Mclean

 

 

 

PRAYER FOR THE WEEK

Please pray this week for the farming community whose desperately need rain to help the crops so that there will be no significant shortages over the winter months.  Pray also for those people who are affected by wildfires remembering the people of Greece where at least eighty people (and possibly more) have lost their lives trapped by the ferocity of the fires.  Remember too the people of Scandinavia where unprecedented heat has caused forest fires also with the lost of life.

Amen

 

 

Readings (or as announced and/or as shown in service sheet)

This week’s Service Themes – A Sent People (9.00am, Tues. &Thurs.)

      Joyous Worship (10.30am)

1st Reading  Ephesians Chapter 3 verse.14 – 21             

Gospel Reading Mark Chapter 6 verses 1 - 21     

10.30 am Reading Psalm 100  

 

ST. PETER & ST. PAUL’S          

Sunday 29th No service

Readings as Radcliffe unless amended and/or as shown in lectionary.

 

ST. MARY’S AUTUMN COACH TRIP – Our trip this time will be on Saturday 20th October to the Anderton Boat Lift near Northwich in Cheshire.  It will include a 75 minutes’ boat trip through the boatlift originally built in 1875 from the Trent & Mersey canal to the River Weaver where we shall continue along the River Weaver to Northwich and back. The cost is £30 Adult, £25 Child, including the price of the boat trip. There is a café on site which does sandwiches, jacket potatoes, paninis, chips and the like. PLEASE NOTE that the coach is now full but I am willing to make a reserve list in case anyone drops out. Martin Skeffington

 

JAM JARS – Thank you to all of you who leave jam jars in the hall kitchen for me knowing that I make jam and marmalade.  However at the moment I have a glut and I really do not need anymore for the time being.  I respectfully suggest therefore that you take them to a bottle bank near you for recycling.  I will let you know when I am next running short. Martin Skeffington

 

ST. EDMUND’S ANNUAL COACH TRIP – On Friday 3rd August 2018 St. Edmund’s, Holme Pierrepont have their annual coach trip.  This year it is to York and will cost £20 for an adult leaving Radcliffe from outside the Grange at 8.30am.  There are some seats available so if anyone is interested please contact Ian Godson to book a place.

 

HARVEST SUPPER – On Saturday 13th October there will be a Harvest Supper in St. Mary’s Hall for up to 70 persons, with Canon Alan Haydock giving one of his talks. Outside caterers have been invited to provide the food and a menu choice will be provided (including vegetarian option).  This will give us the opportunity to sit down together, enjoy the meal, without the bother of preparing the food ourselves thereby giving our cooks a rest!  The cost per person is £20 (£15 for a child under 14 years old) with a lucky ticket winning a prize.  There will also be a cloakroom raffle with all profits going to church funds.  Tickets/menu are now ready from Martin & Christine Skeffington. If you would like a glass of wine or other alcoholic beverage please could you bring your own?  Teas/coffee will be available afterwards. So that we are not rushed at the end and to give the caterers good notice it would be helpful if you could let us have your choice of menu before the end of August.

 

LINK MAGAZINE - We are in need of help to deliver the magazines to cover holidays and sickness, mainly in the Shelford Road area but would be pleased to hear from anyone in other areas of the village who would be prepared to help on an occasional basis. We also require help during the holiday season with delivering the bundles of magazines to the Distributors (who then go on to deliver to our subscribers). A car would be necessary and some lifting is involved. If you think you would be able to help in either capacity please contact Jenny Hudson -This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Thank you.

 

OUTSIDE THEATRE - Southwell Minster and The Archbishop’s Palace will once again be hosting some wonderful outdoor theatre performances this summer. The next performance of high quality entertainment ‘alfresco’ for all the family will be Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland on Thursday 2 August. Join the cast of “This is My Theatre” for a trip into this well-loved tale. Southwell Minster Marketing & Events Manager Glenn Formoy says: “Bring your fily and picnics and be royally entertained amidst the stunning garden setting in the ruins of The Archbishop’s Palace next door to Southwell Minster. " Tickets available from the Cathedral Bookshop in Southwell and also online. For more info contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   

 

NOTTINGHAMSHIRE HISTORIC CHURCHES TRUST - The popular Ride + Stride for Churches event takes place this year on Saturday 8th September.  We are a registered church so anyone who wants to take part should contact me; in addition to cyclists/striders, I am, as usual, seeking volunteers to church sit and welcome any visitors. Anyone interested in either cycling, striding between churches (and being sponsored) or in church sitting should contact me, email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Lyn Sugden

 

BRICKMINSTER – The Brickminster summer holidays trail begins at the Minster on 23rd July. Come and find mini Lego models hiding in the Minster which  tell the stories of its amazing history.  Entry is free, daily until 5th September. On 30th July, a Brickminster Centuries Family Fun Day will take place at Southwell Minster. Free entry, no booking needed - all welcome between 11am and 4pm. Meet Robin Hood and his Merry Men.  There will be archery, crafts, games, refreshments and activities for everyone.

 

£4.6m. TO DEVELOP CHURCH GROWTH PROGRAMME - Southwell & Nottingham Diocese has been granted £4.6 million from a national strategic development fund to support a range of initiatives related to its focus on ‘Growing Disciples – wider, younger and deeper’. The grant from the Church Commissioners will help to develop four new resourcing churches – these are churches that are growing numerically and spiritually and work with other churches to plant new worshipping communities; local leadership teams are already working with senior clergy in the diocese to develop plans for spiritual and numerical growth at these existing churches.

 

CHURCH ADMINISTRATOR – Our church administrator is away this week having a well deserved holiday.  Anything urgent should be referred to a churchwarden.

 

You are most welcome to stay for refreshments after each Sunday service, to enjoy each other’s company and to welcome both newcomers and visitors.

Please pray for the future of Messy Church in both our parishes

Please pray for Rock Solid, which has taken a break for the school holidays and will be back in September, for its members and for those who their time to help run it..

 

 

 

 

 

 

PRAYER FOR THE WEEK

Please pray this week for those people with considerable responsibilities, who say things without considering the consequences.  Pray also for those people who manipulate the naivety of such people for their own ends.  Lord we live in a world where we rely on the wisdom of those whom have been elected whether by fair means or foul.  We pray that this wisdom is for the benefit of the whole world and not just for the country of which the person expresses his or her views. In this uncertain world we pray that more people will genuinely turn to Christ and not their own strength which in the long term will come to nought.

Amen

 

 

 

Readings (or as announced and/or as shown in service sheet)

This week’s Service Theme – Feasting in the Kingdom

1st Reading  Ephesians Chapter 2 verses 11 – 26             

Gospel Reading Mark Chapter 6 verses 30 - 34 & 53 - 56   

 

ST. PETER & ST. PAUL’S          

Sunday 22nd 6.30pm Evening Service

Readings as Radcliffe unless amended and/or as shown in lectionary.

 

JOHN GALE – We have been very conscious of the church family’s prayers and that of friends during the past few weeks and the loving support and many expressions of sympathy on the loss of John, and adored husband, dad, granddad and great granddad. Our thanks to you all. Pam, Sarah, Helen, Peter and families.

 

REV’D CANON BRONWEN GAMBLE, AREA DEAN - The Rev’d Canon Edana Bronwen Gamble, at present Rector of the Benefice of Wiverton-in-the-Vale and Area Dean of East Bingham in the Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham is to be Vicar Designate in the South East of Retford Benefice in the said diocese.  Licensing date to be announced.

 

OPEN CHURCHES WEEKEND - A reminder that St Mary's will be open for visitors on Saturday between 11.00am and 4.30pm and Sunday between midday and 4.00pm the weekend of 21st/22nd July. I already have a team of helpers but I would appreciate it if anyone else is available to help spread the load. Please contact me in church each Sunday - Dave Townsend

 

ST. MARY’S AUTUMN COACH TRIP – Our trip this time will be on Saturday 20th October to the Anderton Boat Lift near Northwich in Cheshire.  It will include a 75 minutes’ boat trip through the boatlift originally built in 1875 from the Trent & Mersey canal to the River Weaver where we shall continue along the River Weaver to Northwich and back. The cost is £30 Adult, £25 Child, including the price of the boat trip. There is a café on site which does sandwiches, jacket potatoes, paninis, chips and the like. PLEASE NOTE that apart from one possible seat  the coach is now full but I am willing to make a reserve list in case anyone drops out. Martin Skeffington

 

ST. EDMUND’S ANNUAL COACH TRIP – On Friday 3rd August 2018 St. Edmund’s, Holme Pierrepont have their annual coach trip.  This year it is to York and will cost £20 for an adult leaving Radcliffe from outside the Grange at 8.30am.  There are some seats available so if anyone is interested please contact Ian Godson to book a place.

 

HARVEST SUPPER – On Saturday 13th October there will be a Harvest Supper in St. Mary’s Hall for up to 70 persons, with Canon Alan Haydock giving one of his talks. Outside caterers have been invited to provide the food and a menu choice will be provided (including vegetarian option).  This will give us the opportunity to sit down together, enjoy the meal, without the bother of preparing the food ourselves thereby giving our cooks a rest!  The cost per person is £20 (£15 for a child under 14 years old) with a lucky ticket winning a prize.  There will also be a cloakroom raffle with all profits going to church funds.  Tickets/menu are now ready from Martin & Christine Skeffington. If you would like a glass of wine or other alcoholic beverage please could you bring your own?  Teas/coffee will be available afterwards.

 

LINK MAGAZINE - We are in need of help to deliver the magazines to cover holidays and sickness, mainly in the Shelford Road area but would be pleased to hear from anyone in other areas of the village who would be prepared to help on an occasional basis. We also require help during the holiday season with delivering the bundles of magazines to the Distributors (who then go on to deliver to our subscribers). A car would be necessary and some lifting is involved. If you think you would be able to help in either capacity please contact Jenny Hudson -This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Thank you.

 

OUTSIDE THEATRE - Southwell Minster and The Archbishop’s Palace will once again be hosting some wonderful outdoor theatre performances this summer. High quality entertainment ‘alfresco’ for all the family begins with Robin Hood and his Merry Men, on Wednesday 4 July with Chapterhouse Theatre Company. Handlebards present Romeo & Juliet, on Friday 20 July, and Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland unfold on Thursday 2 August. Join the cast of “This is My Theatre” for a trip into this well-loved tale. More than 600 years after Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales a new set of pilgrims travelling from Newark to Canterbury will tell their tales in ‘The Newarke Canterbury Tales,’ in the State Chamber of the Palace on Saturday July 7th. Southwell Minster Marketing & Events Manager Glenn Formoy says: “Bring your family and

picnics and be royally entertained amidst the stunning garden setting in the ruins of The Archbishop’s Palace next door to Southwell Minster. " Tickets available from the Cathedral Bookshop in Southwell and also online. For more info contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   

 

NOTTINGHAMSHIRE HISTORIC CHURCHES TRUST - The popular Ride + Stride for Churches event takes place this year on Saturday 8th September.  If you have not yet registered your church to take part – either to be open for visiting riders/walkers/others to sign in, or to get your own sponsor forms and list of open churches – please contact the NHCT Ride + Stride for Churches organiser, Margaret Lowe  -This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

OUTLAW TRIATHLON - This annual event takes place this year on Sunday 29th July and Main Road/Nottingham Road from the RSPCA through to the roundabout next the Co-op will be closed between 6.00am and 10.00am with further restrictions along Shelford Road along which the triathlon route will form part.  Please bear this in mind for those of you who use your car to drive to church particularly to the early service as you may find you will not have access to park outside on Main Road.

 

KEYWORTH PARISH CELEBRATES 750 YEARS - The church of St. Mary Magdalene, Keyworth, will be celebrating 750 years as a parish this year with a History and Flower Festival and special services over the weekend of the feast of St. Mary Magdalene, from 20th – 22nd July.  There will be an exhibition of the church’s history and a flower festival over the weekend when the church will be open. 

 

BRICKMINSTER – The Brickminster summer holidays trail begins at the Minster on 23rd July. Come and find mini Lego models hiding in the Minster which  tell the stories of its amazing history.  Entry is free, daily until 5th September. On 30th July, a Brickminster Centuries Family Fun Day will take place at Southwell Minster. Free entry, no booking needed - all welcome between 11am and 4pm. Meet Robin Hood and his Merry Men.  There will be archery, crafts, games, refreshments and activities for everyone.

 

ST. PETER’S TOLLERTON - St Peter’s Tollerton Art and Photographic Sale and Exhibition weekend. Saturday  21st 10.00am – 5.00pm; Sunday 22nd 11.00am -4.00pm. This will coincide with Open Churches Weekend, so the church will be open as well, to view the unique hatchments and medieval font (Service at 10am , all welcome ).The church is situated on the double bend on Tollerton Lane, opposite the war memorial. There is car parking at the church hall next to it. Light lunches and strawberry cream teas available all weekend.

 

 

 

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