Sunday, 25 August 2019

Free exchange cafe September

The popular Free Exchange CafĂ© is open on Sunday, the 1st of September 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).

Friday, 23 August 2019

August/September coming events


Sunday 25th August: CHORAL EVENSONG, with the Whitchurch Occasional Choir,
6pm Church
Monday 28th August: WHITCHURCH, MORCOMBELAKE & RYALL FLOWER AND
DOG SHOW: The annual extravaganza of local gardening and artistic talent plus fun and



SEPTEMBER
Sunday 1st September: 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 14 September: ANNUAL RIDE & STRIDE: Join us on foot, on bike, on a
tractor or on horse for a day out in aid of the Dorset Historic Churches Trust and our
own church. Sumptuous Afternoon Tea for all participants!
Details from Michael - 01297 489795

Sunday 15th September: SHORT & SWEET FAMILY SERVICE: A jolly, half hour get-
together for children, their parents and anyone who just enjoys it! We’ll be looking at

the food we eat and we will have a mini picnic, making a sandwich and having a drink.
Please bring a rug to sit on and if you have specific allergy needs your own food.
11am, Church
Monday 30th September: WHITCHURCH FILM SOCIETY, showing Apostasy
6.45 pm Village Hall

Wednesday, 21 August 2019

Evensong this Sunday

THIS SUNDAY, 25th AUGUST, AT 6 PM

CHORAL EVENSONG  
at

ST CANDIDA AND HOLY CROSS
WHITCHURCH CANONICORUM

Introit: Thou knowest, Lord (Purcell)
Preces and Responses: Ayleward
Canticles: Wood in D
Anthem: O thou, the central orb (Wood)

The Whitchurch Occasional Choir, directed by 
Peter Lea-Cox

Organist: Richard Godfrey