The ‘Friends of St Giles’ and of ‘Our Lady and St Ignatius’
Would you enjoy a short stroll along a delightfully green and leafy lane? Especially if it ended with a cup of tea and a delicious home made cake?
Or if walking is not your thing, how about a short car ride, with plenty of parking space, and tea and cake as well?
Or maybe you are wondering how to amuse your Summer visitors without having to travel along the A35?
Perhaps you or your visitors would like to know more of the history of our village, and a small intimate museum, dating back to the Civil War and beyond, but including pictures and artefacts up to the present, would be just the thing. Rounding off the visit with tea and cake would be –– well, the icing on the cake!
If these ideas for the Summer appeal to you, make a note of the dates and times when the ‘Friends’ of the two Churches are again working together in our joint venture.
They shall be serving tea and cake, price still only £2:50, in the museum alongside the beautiful RC Church in North Road on the following Sundays, from 3:00 to 5:30pm.
JULY 26TH AUGUST 2ND
AUGUST 9TH AUGUST 16TH AUGUST 23RD
AUGUST 30TH SEPTEMBER 6TH