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There will be a service of Holy Communion on Sunday 25th April at 9:30am at St Mary’s. Everyone is welcome.
In line with Government regulations for Track and Trace purposes please let Revd David Haylett know if you plan to attend, and wear a face mask.
The Parish Council will hold its Annual Parish Council meeting followed by the monthly meeting via Zoom video conferencing at 7:30pm on Thursday 13th May 2021.
The Parish Council will hold its monthly meeting via Zoom video conferencing at 7:30pm on Thursday 10th June 2021.
The Friends of St Mary’s have organised an exciting family event for the Autumn. On Saturday 11th September there will be a Village Produce Show in St Mary’s Church from 2pm to 4:30pm.
There are prizes for adults and children with five main sections: Flowers, Fruit, Vegetables, Baking and Preserves; so start growing your prize winning flowers, fruit and vegetables now, or planning your best baking and preserving recipes.
Everyone is encouraged to submit entries. Admission to the show is 50p for adults and free for children under 16. Refreshments will be available.
Flyers and entry forms for the event should be appearing in residents’ letterboxes over the next day or two. Completed entry forms should be dropped into the submissions box at St. Mary’s Church by Sunday 5th September.
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Moonrakers is an Oxford-based group of four musicians who pride themselves in having brought traditional and contemporary folk music to new audiences in village halls, churches, arts centres and festivals across the UK. The fact that the band “just oozes quality” (Living Tradition) is down to the careful arrangements and selection of tunes and songs, presenting “exquisite music” (BBC). The material is a combination of traditional Irish, Scottish, Welsh and English music and their own contemporary songs and tunes, still very much ‘in the idiom’.
Some villagers may have seen them perform on Wittenham Clumps last May Bank Holiday where their music was highly acclaimed.
Tickets are £12 on the door.