Alton Webteam: June 2015
Alton Abbey Events — July and August
Come and sing your favourite Hymns in the Abbey Church
Friday 31st July, 7.30pm
The Benedictine Abbey of Our Lady & St John invites you to an evening of Hymns & Pimm's, accompanied as in past years, by the splendid voices of the Choir from St Lawrence Church, Alton.
Followed by Pimm's & Nibbles in the Abbey Cloisters, for £5.
Contact Br. John to choose your Hymn as soon as possible
Tel: 01420 562145
Or email: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
This is always a very popular event, so book your tickets in advance to be sure of a seat in church.
To buy tickets: please send a cheque and SAE to "Tickets for Friday 31st July"
Alton Abbey, Abbey Road, Beech, Alton, 6U34 4AP.
Please give a phone number and/or email address.
Cheques made payable to "Friends of Alton Abbey"
Having a good clear-out?
Bring your unwanted belongings to our CAR BOOT SALE
at ALTON ABBEY, on Saturday 8th August, 2pm — 5pm
Or come and buy more to fill the spaces!
Entrance £2, Teas £3 for tea, coffee and a piece of cake.
Cars £5 each to be booked in advance — contact Friends of Alton Abbey, Alton Abbey, Abbey Road, Alton, GU34 4AP. Cheques should be made payable to "Friends of Alton Abbey".
Please include a telephone number, or an email address; and a SAE if you wish your place to be confirmed.
For more information email: email@example.com, or ( 01420) 562126
FRIENDS OF ALTON ABBEY Registered Charity No: 284876
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