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24 May, 2019

St Mary’s Bentworth – Unlocking

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After many years of dedicated service, 365 days a year, the Yonge family have earned a welcome break from their unlocking/locking duties at the church. We are hugely grateful for the commitment they have shown over the years to this time-consuming job. ...

16 April, 2019

Julian Meetings

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Our Julian meetings are now held on a Monday, once a month, at 8pm. The change of day may make it easier for others to join us – if you would like to you would be very welcome; please contact Gay Howard 565993, or email julian@howard.nildram.co.uk, or myself on 01420 562126. ...

18 March, 2019

APCM

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The Annual Meeting Of Parishioners when your Churchwardens are elected – voting is open to all those on the Electoral Roll of the Civil Parish – will precede the APCM. At the Annual Parochial Church Meeting reports are given of the activities of the church, the accounts presented, and members of the PCC, Deanery Synod Representatives, and other officers, are elected. Voting for these is open to all those on the Church Electoral Roll. Do come and find out what the Church has been doing during 2018. The meeting will be in the Jubilee Hall on Thursday 4th April at 7pm. ...

18 March, 2019

Alton Abbey Open Days

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Open Days at Alton Abbey GU34 4AP Saturday & Sunday April 27th & 28th 12 noon – 5pm. Admission £3 Tea and Cake £3 Featuring mosaic demonstration, beautiful stationery, second-hand books and in the Abbey Church 3pm, organ recital Saturday / piano recital Sunday ...

18 March, 2019

“Surprised by Joy” CS Lewis (1898-1963)

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Susan Morris and Alfred Bradley present a talk with readings Aslan … Puddleglum … Reepicheep … the Dufflepuds … Prince Caspian – many of us will remember these and many other much-loved characters from The Chronicles of Narnia, Lewis’s series for children which he wrote whilst also in post as one of Oxbridge’s most scholarly academics. Lewis’s personal journey from atheism to Christianity was central to his life, and an unlooked-for romantic experience of extreme emotional intensity gave him powerful insights to human nature, as many will remember from Richard Attenborough’s film Shadowlands. Born in N. Ireland, he had spent some of his most formative teenage years living in Surrey at Great Bookham near Leatherhead – a period he always described as the most perfect in his life. ...

16 November, 2018

Bell Maintenance

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The bell ropes at St Mary’s church, Bentworth, need replacing, after 30 years. The bellringers have a fund, saved from wedding fees and contributions from visiting ringers, which can be used. But the total cost of new ropes is £1031, of which the fund can contribute £773, leaving £258 to be raised. ...