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7:40am Wednesday 11th December 2013 in Villages
A VERY successful Christmas craft sale took place in Powick Parish Hall.
Organised by Roy and Lyn Snook, the event attracted many different craft stalls, including fancy cakes. Bacon baps and coffee and cakes were served during the day and alongside a raffle, sales resulted in £800 being taken.
After expenses it is expected that the Air Ambulance will benefit by the sum of £750.
Thanks go to all who attended.
Powick Parish Community Choir is giving three performances of its Christmas Concert in Stanbrook Abbey: Sunday, December 15, at 7.45pm; Monday, December 16, at 6.45pm; and Monday, December 23, at 8.45pm.
Tickets are £12 each, £8 for students, on sale at the Three Nuns, Colletts Green and at Callow End Stores.
Last Sunday was Advent Sunday when the first candle was lit on the Advent wreath in St Peter’s Church. Rev Sue Irwin was welcomed back after her sabbatical which took her to Milan to officiate in the Anglican Church.
The Friends of Link Nurseries are holding a Christmas get-together at the Nurseries, Hospital Lane, next Friday, December 13, from 10am until noon. There will be delicious home-made cakes, mince pies, coffee, tea and a Christmas raffle, plus seasonal decorations.
At the coffee morning held at St James’s Church, Callow End, last Saturday, £216 was raised for the work in Syria, carried out by the Barnabas Fund. There will be a Celtic healing service at St James’ this Sunday at 9.30am.
MEG ALLSOPP 01905 830746
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