Monday, 4 November 2019

NOVEMBER VILLAGE EVENTS - INCLUDING BONFIRE NIGHT


Tuesday 5th November: GUY FAWKES NIGHT! Parade of Guys, Fireworks, Bonfire. From 6.30pm Five Bells



Sunday 10th November: REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY: Ceremony and Service.  

10.45 am War Memorial, followed by short service in Church.



Saturday 16th November: VILLAGE BARN DANCE following on the huge success of last year.  Callers and musicians from the Wyld Band.  Bring and Share Finger Food Buffet Supper.  Great fun for dancers and non-dancers alike. £5 on the door; proceeds to The Friends of St Candida. Details from Briony (01297 489546).   7 for 7.30 pm Village Hall


Monday 25th November: WHITCHURCH FILM SOCIETY, showing The Eagle Huntress. 6.45 pm Village Hall 

Saturday, 2 November 2019

CHURCH CLOSED FROM THE 4TH-9TH OF NOV- UPDATE 4TH OF NOV CHURCH NOW OPEN

PLEASE NOTE THE CHURCH WILL BE CLOSED TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC FROM MONDAY 4TH TILL FRIDAY 8TH OF NOVEMBER, THIS IS DUE TO SOME WORK BEING UNDERTAKEN ON THE FLOOR.

THE CHURCH WILL OPEN AS NORMAL AGAIN ON SATURDAY THE 9TH OF NOVEMBER.


Dear All

Unfortunately the work in the church has had to be cancelled because too many of the woodblocks were damaged. and we will have to rethink.

So please note that the church is no longer closed.

Many thanks

Barn Dance



Monday, 14 October 2019

November and beyond events

NOVEMBER
Sunday 3rd November: FREE EXCHANGE CAFE - Fresh croissants, coffee, newspapers,
friendly conversation and the exchange table. Children's story-telling with Ros (11 am).
10.30 - 12 noon Church LAST CAFÉ OF 2019
Tuesday 5th November: GUY FAWKES NIGHT! Parade of Guys, Fireworks, Bonfire.
From 6.30pm Five Bells
Sunday 10th November: REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY: Ceremony and Service. Tea, coffee
and bacon butties at 10 am in the church!
10.45 am War Memorial, followed by short service in Church.
Saturday 16th November: VILLAGE BARN DANCE following on the huge success of last
year. Callers and musicians from the Wyld Band. Bring and Share Finger Food Buffet
Supper. Great fun for dancers and non-dancers alike. £5 on the door; proceeds to The
Friends of St Candida. Details from Briony (01297 489546). 7 for 7.30 pm Village Hall
Monday 25th November: WHITCHURCH FILM SOCIETY, showing The Eagle Huntress.

6.45 pm Village Hall



LOOKING FURTHER AHEAD............
Sunday 15th December: SHORT & SWEET FAMILY SERVICE: A jolly, half hour get-
together for children, their parents and anyone who just enjoys it! We’ll be ‘following

the star’ and making fantastic stars and star-shaped biscuits. 11am, Church
Monday 16th December: WHITCHURCH FILM SOCIETY, Film to be confirmed.
6.45 pm Village Hall
Thursday 19th December: CAROLS BY CANDLELIGHT The traditional Christmas
service of Lessons and Carols for Choir and Congregation, with the Whitchurch
Occasional Choir. Mince pies and mulled wine to follow! A HIGHLIGHT OF THE
VILLAGE YEAR. 7pm Church.

Monday, 23 September 2019

October events

OCTOBER

Sunday 6th October: FREE EXCHANGE CAFE - Fresh croissants, coffee, newspapers,
friendly conversation and the exchange table. Children's story-telling with Ros (11 am).
10.30 - 12 noon Church

Saturday 12th October: DECORATE THE CHURCH for Harvest Festival: Bring flowers,
fruit and vegetables for the decorations or join us for coffee and a chat. 10 am Church

Sunday 13th October: HARVEST SONGS OF PRAISE 11 am Church

Friday 18th October: GRAND QUIZ NIGHT by The Friends of St Candida. Lots of
prizes, Raffle, Licensed Bar. Great fun in a good cause. Teams of four – call Alan (01297
489055 or alan.woody@gmail.com) 6.30 for 7pm Village Hall

Monday 21st October: WHITCHURCH FILM SOCIETY, showing Enigma.
6.45 pm, Village Hall

Sunday 27th October: CHORAL EVENSONG, with the Whitchurch Occasional Choir,
6pm Church LAST CHORAL EVENSONG OF THE YEAR

Sunday, 15 September 2019

Free Exchange Cafe October

The popular Free Exchange Café is open on Sunday, the 6th of October from 10.30 to 12 noon, in the Church at Whitchurch Canonicorum.

Enjoy freshly-brewed coffee, tea, croissants and pastries straight from the oven. Catch up with friends and neighbours, or browse the Sunday papers. Come for ten minutes or stay for an hour. 

Ros will be hosting the Children's Corner 

The Free Exchange Table is open, too. Bring something you no longer need, take something away if you like it or both or neither - whichever you choose, no money changes hands. Plants and Produce are always welcome. 

There's no charge for the Cafe (but feel free to leave a donation).