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at All Saints Church, Saturday 13 August, 10 am – 12 noon. Do drop in on your way to or from the shops for coffee and a chat – and of course delicious cake. Make a date in your diary, and we are always glad to have offers of cakes or other delicacies.
Merle Barton 871574 and Jose Hopkins 872190
Oasis Holiday at Home for Seniors will once again be held in the Methodist Church, from Tuesday 26 July to Thursday 28 July, between 9.45 am & 2.30 pm. We are offering a mixture of craft activities, quizzes, music and games, all in a relaxed holiday setting, ending with lunch each day. Details and application forms can be found in the village churches, or from David Lewis, 874029, firstname.lastname@example.org
‘EXPERIENCING GERMAN METHODISM: A GLIMPSE INTO OUR FUTURE OR AN ECHO FROM OUR PAST?’
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The 8th Annual sponsored walk ‘In the steps of the Bishop’ will take place on Saturday 24th September. Starting from Gonville & Caius College Chapel at 10.30 am, the Walk will finish at All Saints’ Haslingfield where refreshments will be awaiting tired and hungry walkers. The walk commemorates one taken by Bishop Charles Mackenzie when he was assisting the Vicar at Haslingfield before he left for Africa in 1855. Read more
The next Pop-Up Coffee Shop at the Methodist Church is Tuesday 14th June 8:45 – 11:30am in aid of Ovarian Cancer. In April the shop raised £150 for the Alzheimer’s Society. Come along for fairtrade tea, coffee, cakes and pastries. Why not pop-in for breakfast after the school run?
For more details, contact Rev. Alison Walker:
email@example.com (01223) 872862
Methodist Minister, Castle Street Methodist Cambridge, Dry Drayton Methodist, Haslingfield Methodist
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One of the kneeling figures in the Wendy monument in the south east corner of the Chancel of Haslingfield Church has been badly damaged and part of it removed. It is not known when the damage occurred but if anyone saw anything suspicious looking back over the last few days, please let one of the Churchwardens, or Harold Hopkins know; or use ‘Comments’ below.
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