Alton Webteam: February 2017
Visit to City Parishes 6 th May 2017
Leaving at approximately 11 am from Alton.
Travel by Coach to City of London.
The visit will start at the heart of The City Guildhall yard besides St Lawrence Jewry. We shall walk through the sites of ancient parishes to St Stephen Waldbrook and then on to St James Garlickhythe. The visit will conclude with Evensong in St Paul's Cathedral.
The day will be led by Alana Coombes, clerk to the Worshipful Company of Parish Clerks. Two members of the Company have agreed to open up the two churches for us to visit.
You will need to take a packed lunch and sensible walking shoes are recommended.
No wheelchair access.
Please contact ...Sarah.firstname.lastname@example.org or 01420 565696 to secure your place and more details to follow.
Cost Approximately £ 15.00 each.
Auction of Promises at Old Park Farm, Beech, Alton GU34 4AP Friday May 12 th 7.30 pm
A GAP EVENT...
A date for your diary.....We are holding an event to raise funds for the work of the Anna Chaplaincy, Youth Ministry and Schools Ministry as part of GAP.
Please come and support this event, a fun evening of Food and Auction of Promises. Posters to follow with more details.
To date we are seeking offers of Promises, pledges, prizes which will be auctioned to raise funds for Ministry work as part of GAP.
Please contact a member of The Team below as soon as possible with any ideas you may have to help take this forward.
Grateful thanks !!!!
The Auction Team:
Neil Fagan, Peter Bell, Tim Codling, Rosemary Arrowsmith-Oliver, Judy Phillips, Sue Hubbard, David and Christine Allan, Pauline Folkes & Sarah Neish.
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