Alton Webteam: March 2017
Come & join us on our travelling meal! All five churches welcome you once again. A chance to catch up with friends and welcome newcomers.
BREAKFAST — Saturday 29th April from 8.30-10.30am
At St Lawrence Church. 02410 544735
Cereals, fruit juice, delicious bacon, or sausage sandwiches, toast & homemade marmalade etc. A treat!
MORNING COFFEE — Saturday 27th May from 10-11.30am
Holy Rood church in Holybourne 01420 542135
Coffee, tea, homemade biscuits and cakes. Don't miss it.
LUNCH - Saturday 24th June 12noon-2pm
All Saints' Church 01420 86735 (evenings)
Wait & see. A surprise! Never a disappointment here.
AFTERNOON TEA — Saturday 29th July 3-5pm
At the Methodist Church 01420 84739
More delightful cakes & scones to enjoy with a cup of tea.
EVENING SOIREE - Saturday 30th September 6-8pm
St Peter's Church, Beech 01420 565696
Wine, fruit juice and lots of nice nibbles. A happy way to end a beautiful summer. See you there!
There's always someone to chat to. Bring the family.
A reasonable donation is suggested at each event. Proceeds to the Anna Chaplaincy. Your friends in GAP look forward to seeing you all again!
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