News from Tingewick

ST MARY MAGDALENE CHURCHServices for May 2018

20th May   9.45am        Sunday @ Ten                                 Revd L Simpson

                  for 10am     Join us for coffee, croissants, and an informal half hour service.

27th May   11.15am      Holy Communion                             Revd Ron Bundock

IF YOU WOULD LIKE A LIFT TO ANY OF THESE SERVICES PLEASE DO NOT HESITATE TO RING Anthony or Lois: 848658  

ALSO YOU WOULD BE VERY WELCOME AT OTHER SERVICES IN THE BENEFICE.                                                                                                                                                     

Cleaning Rota: Jean Bone and Veronica Sowerby                    

Flower Rota: Sheila Tanner and Marina Dunkley

Wheelchairs available to borrow- ring Anthony or Lois 848658  

Church Open Times- The Church is now open every day 10am-4pm, until the end of October.

Sad News- We have had a sad time of bereavement in the village during the last month. Our thoughts go to the families of Mick Gough, Brian Speed and Ray Goodall.

Easter - Was a very special time in church. The Maundy Thursday service was followed on Good Friday, by a very moving meditation with the Benefice Choir and lovely readings which Eleanor had compiled. Ron Bundock took the service on Easter Day - a sunny day for a change and a lovely service.

Thank you to everybody who cleaned and arranged beautiful flowers.

Clock Exhibition in Church - NOW 22nd SEPTEMBER!

A very popular event which should attract many horologists from all over the country, but will also be of interest to a much wider circle. Make a note of the dates. More information later in the year.

 

Brown bin collections– Saturday 12th May [not 7th] and Monday 21st May.

 

DATES FOR THE DIARY

14th June Tingewick Village Hall AGM - 8pm

23rd June     Tingewick Village Fete, Beer Festival and Classic Car Show, recreation ground, 1pm - 11pm.

 

Stowe Arts- We have just come back from a great concert at Stowe featuring Jacqui Dankworth. It is just great to go 10 minutes up the road to see a great variety of performances. Membership is £10 a year, some concerts (especially half-hour pupil concerts on a Thursday lunchtime) are free, and sometimes you pay for what you are seeing. We have enjoyed all the concerts, but the pupil performances are brilliant and some of them could go far in the musical world.  Look up their website www.artsatstowe.co.uk for their latest

Lois Houghton-Brown


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