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FROM THE VICAR “Whoever welcomes one such … in my name, welcomes me; and whoever welcomes me welcomes … the one who sent me”. One of Jesus’ sayings that we heard in church last month seemed especially relevant to the refugee crisis that is currently facing European and other countries. Clearly, no long-term solution can be found while violence engulfs Syria – but we still need to do something now for those who are fleeing for their lives from such a desperate situation. It is for politicians to devise a practical response at a national and international level, and we should pray for them and encourage them in that task – but the church, and we its members, have a role to play as well. First, we can influence both the content and the tone of the debate. Jesus taught us very clearly that the reality of our faith in him is seen in our response to those who are vulnerable and in need. All attempts to avoid making a response need to be challenged: at the time of writing it seemed that the UK was likely to be the only European nation not engaging in the debate about welcoming a proportion of those who have fled to Europe for safety. In the process any attitudes that demeans or dismisses the suffering and needs of the refugees needs to be confronted. These are people like us – and more than merely like us, in their weakness and desperation we see face of Jesus himself. Secondly, we ourselves can help (in however small a way). It seems that private accommodation – our spare rooms – will not be needed for the modest number of Syrians who will come to this country, but money and practical goods are needed. The government has published details online about how we can respond – largely through collections etc arranged by the Red Cross. If you want to give money, or anything else, through church we shall be glad to pass it on for you. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ The saying of Jesus quoted above was in fact first made in relation to the church’s welcome towards children. We’ve set up a small group, with representatives from each of our five villages, to discuss how to provide better for children and their families in our Sunday worship and other activities. More details in next month’s magazine.
FROM THE REGISTERS We welcome Katie Jenkinson, baptized into the church last month. Congratulations to Ashish Singh & Helen King who were married in Quenington church recently. Our love & prayers are with the families & friends of John Akers, whose funeral we conducted in Hatherop recently. NEW CHURCHWARDEN We’re very pleased to announce that Val Trafford has agreed to become the third churchwarden for CHQ, with particular responsibility for Quenington church, filling the vacancy arising from Daphne Barham’s retirement. Thank you, Val, for taking on this role, (and, Daphne, for your hard work in the past). There are nine elected members on the CHQ Parochial Church Council, by custom three for each church. Ray Theodolou has recently resigned (while remaining as Q church treasurer), and Val’s appointment as churchwarden means that she too leaves a vacancy amongst the elected PCC posts. In addition there is currently already a further vacancy, ideally for a Coln representative. Daphne Barham has kindly agreed to return to the PCC as an elected member. That leaves two vacancies, ideally one each for Coln & Quenington: if you'd like to find out more about what PCC membership involves, please let us know. IN MEMORIAM Each year, sometime near All Saints Day, we hold a special service at which we remember, and pray for, those who have died over the past year – together with any others whose memory is special to us and whom we are asked to remember. This year the In Memoriam service will be at 6.00 pm on Sunday 1 November, in Quenington church. Do come and join us then – and let us know if there is anyone whom you would like to be remembered by name in that service. HATHEROP CHURCH MEETING We need to discuss dates for the coming months, and some other items, soon. So all church members & friends are warmly invited to stay (or come) for coffee & croissants in church after the morning service on Sunday 4th. We’ll meet at 9.30 am for three-quarters of an hour or so – no need to come to the service first!
LEARNING FROM LUKE The church year starts at Advent each year – four weeks before Christmas. And each year our Gospel readings on Sundays are taken from a different Gospel. Over the past months we’ve been following Mark’s Gospel, and we’re soon to begin learning from Luke. To help us do that, our Team of Parishes is holding a session (with a choice of dates & times) in November when we can come together and learn more about Luke’s gospel – who wrote it, when and why, and what its main themes and emphases are. Having this background knowledge will help us appreciate the year’s readings all the more, and so you are warmly encouraged to join us for a session. Dates, times & venues will be published in next month’s magazine and on the website. COLN CHURCH CHOIR … … is the full name of the Coln community choir, led by Kate Hicks-Beach, that entertains us at so many village occasions. It’s starting to live up to its full name a little more as plans are in hand for the choir (or at least some of them) to take part in more of our church services, particularly by leading Choral Evensong occasionally for us. The first of these choir-led Evensongs will be at Coln church at 6.00 pm on Sunday 25th, when we shall also welcome as guest preacher Chris Haslam – until recently Head of English at Dean Close school and now training as a church lay preacher. Do come and join us! MIDWEEK IN EASTLEACH CHURCH For some years there has been a short service of Evening Prayer in St Andrew’s Eastleach at 6.30 pm on the last Wednesday of every month. More recently we’ve sometimes varied the diet with a service of Compline at that time. We plan now to vary the diet a little more widely, by taking the opportunity to mark special days with a greater variety of services. So this month the last Wednesday is the Feast of Stt Simon & Jude, and we shall have a short informal Communion at 6.30 pm – and in November we shall honour the church’s namesaint with Evening Prayer not on the last Wednesday but on Monday 30th, his Feast Day. Come and join us for some quiet worship in a beautiful setting!
TAI CHI CLASSES Wednesdays, 9.15-10.00am, Southrop Village Hall, starting 7th . No special clothing required, come as you are – suitable for all ages, everybody welcome ! Tai Chi is one of the most popular forms of exercise the world over with great health benefits. This is a gentle activity to promote movement, lower blood pressure and be social & fun. There is no floor work, so you don’t have to worry about getting up again or remembering your mat, it can even be done in a chair ! Come and join in every Wednesday morning (during term time) and afterwards enjoy a coffee or tea with your friends, purchase your odds and ends from the shop, make use of the Post Office and order your artisan bread for collection the next week ! There is no charge – this class is courtesy of Southrop Parish Council & Active Together. If you require more information, please call Abagail on 01367 850886. COLN CINEMA Invites you to a showing of Woman in Gold at Vicarage Cottage Barn on Friday 23rd at 7.30 pm. (doors open at 7.00 pm). Woman in Gold is the remarkable true story of one woman's journey to reclaim her heritage and seek justice for what happened to her family. Sixty years after she fled Vienna during World War II, an elderly Jewish woman, Maria Altmann (Helen Mirren), starts her journey to retrieve family possessions seized by the Nazis, among them Klimt’s famous painting ‘Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I’. Together with her inexperienced but plucky young lawyer Randy Schoenberg (Ryan Reynolds), she embarks upon a major battle which takes them all the way to the heart of the Austrian establishment and the U.S. Supreme Court, and forces her to confront difficult truths about the past along the way. Cert. 12 109 mins. FAIRFORD & DISTRICT CHORAL SOCIETY – AUTUMN CONCERT On November 28th at 7.30 pm in St Mary’s Church, Fairford, following recent successful concerts, the choir is now preparing to perform Rossini’s Petite Messe Solennelle – which is certainly not small, or solemn, but a terrifically good sing! This is the last concert for conductor John Read who founded the choir a decade ago. Rehearsals continue each Wednesday, 7.30 - 9.30 pm, at Fairford United Church, Milton Street, GL7 4BW … and new singers are always welcome! Concert tickets £10 (£5 for under 21’s) Full details on the Choir website – www.fairford.org/choralsociety 4
HATHEROP CHURCH OF ENGLAND PRIMARY SCHOOL We have had a wonderful start to the new academic year. We welcomed nine Reception children who have made an excellent start. Our whole school topic is ‘Rainforests’ which will provide many fantastic opportunities for learning including looking at the work of Oenone Hammersley and Henri Rousseau. Of course, Class 1 children will be going to the local forests, led by staff from the Ernest Cook Trust. In the summer holidays, the internal refurbishment including decoration of the hall was completed along with new toilets throughout the school. The school facilities have been improved greatly. To stay up to date with the latest news from our thriving village primary school, please follow us on twitter @hatheropcofe or look at www.hatherop.gloucs.sch.uk You are all very welcome to our Open Afternoon on Thursday 12th November from 1pm – 3pm to see our friendly, welcoming village school in action. PRAYER FOR REFUGEES John Partington writes on page one about Jesus’ teaching about caring for the vulnerable. The Church of England website has details of a number of initiatives to help our response to the Syrian refugee crisis, and includes the following prayer: Heavenly Father, you are the source of all goodness, generosity and love. We thank you for opening the hearts of many to those who are fleeing for their lives. Help us now to open our arms in welcome, and reach out our hands in support, that the desperate may find new hope, and lives torn apart be restored. We ask this in the name of Jesus Christ your Son, our Lord, who fled persecution at his birth and at his last triumphed over death. Amen CONGRATULATIONS … … to Ella Shaftoe of Southrop, who with her mother cycled to no fewer than thirty-two churches on the recent Ride & Stride day, raising more than £500 for local historic churches. 5
LIGHT PARTY What the heathen know as ‘Hallowe’en’ the church celebrates as the Eve of All Saints. All children are invited to a ‘Light party’ in Ampney Crucis village hall: 5.00 - 6.30 pm on Saturday 31st. Further details on our website … or simply come along to it! The following day we’re holding an All Saints Communion in Hatherop church at 11.00 am, helped by the choir of Hatherop Primary School – a service for all agegroups at which the children who have been to the Light Party will share with us what they’ve done and what they’ve made. RIDE & STRIDE: THANK YOU! Ailsa O’Connor, the county organizer, writes: I’d like to thank all those involved in this year’s Ride & Stride. Over the years as county organiser, I’ve come to see the CHEQS churches as a shining example of how it should be done! You have people like Sheila O’Donnell organising and encouraging everyone; you have a strong team of lovely welcomers; you lay on some of the best refreshments – and this year I gather you’ve had some outstanding participants! Ella Shaftoe & her mum Helen cycled 95 km and visited thirtytwo churches – an impressive feat for anyone, let alone a thirteen-year old. And I hear that Ella’s raised over £500 which makes her a strong contender for the best under-16 fundraiser. It will be a while before the full results are in but this gets Gloucestershire off to a great start. There’s also been some lovely feedback for the Eastleach team of welcomers in particular. “Without doubt the Eastleach churches had the best refreshments and meet-and-greet smiley faces of the whole lot. On behalf of the cyclists may I express our appreciation to your teams and just simply say "thank you very much.” I’d echo that. On behalf of GHCT, may I say a sincere thank-you to everyone in the CHEQS churches for all you do to make Ride & Stride a success. HOLY LAND PILGRIMAGE Would you be interested in coming on such a venture, if organized for the CHEQS churches? Let us know, as we look to gauge what interest there might be.
LEADING PRAYERS IN CHURCH There’s been a good response to the idea that members of the congregation should be more involved in our worship. We now have church members helping at the Communion table, and distributing the sacrament, at most of our services – and we plan next to share the leading of the intercessions more widely. If you’d like to help with this, come to a meeting at the Vicarage at 7.30 pm on Wednesday 21st, when we can talk about how to do this, and share some ideas and resources for prayer-leading. (We shall repeat the session for those who can’t make the 21st, or would prefer a day-time meeting – please let us know if you’d like further details.)
OTHER CHURCHES ST MARY’S, FAIRFORD – Open daily, 10.00am - 5.00pm. Sunday: 8.00 am Holy Communion (BCP), 10.00 am Sung Eucharist (Family Service on last of the month), 6.00 pm Choral Evensong (BCP). ‘Funday Sunday’ 4.00 - 6.00 pm on second Sundays – crafts, games, worship & a cooked tea. ST LAWRENCE, LECHLADE – Sunday: 8.00 am Holy Communion (BCP), 10.00 am Morning Worship (HC 1st, 3rd, 5th; MP 4th; All-Age 2nd); 6.00 pm Evening Worship (Evensong 1st, 3rd, 4th; Holy Communion 2nd; Healing 5th). For weekday activities see www.stlawrencelechlade.org.uk St Lawrence’s Lechlade & St Mary’s Fairford both celebrate Holy Communion on Thursdays: at 10.00 & 10.30 am respectively. CHEQS residents are warmly welcome! ST THOMAS OF CANTERBURY (ROMAN CATHOLIC), FAIRFORD (Horcott Road) – Saturday 6.00 pm Vigil Mass, Sunday 11.00 am Mass (Children’s Liturgy of the Word offered whenever possible). For details of other activities, see www.stthomasparish.plus.com or ring Father Philip on 01285 712586. FAIRFORD UNITED CHURCH (CONGREGATIONAL/METHODIST) – Sunday: 10.00 am Morning Worship & children’s activities. Fairly-traded goods for sale. Contact Group 12.30 2.30 pm on Fridays 2 October & 6 November – a chance to meet friends old and new over light refreshments. NB – Saturday 12 September 10 am - 12 noon Coffee Morning and Bring & Buy and Cake Stall in aid of Open the Book (taking Bible stories into local primary schools). LECHLADE BAPTIST CHURCH – Sunday 10:30 am Morning Worship (with prayer from 9.45 am); 6:00 pm Evening Worship (2nd & 3rd Sundays); 7.15 pm SNAP Youth Service (4th/5th Sundays). For weekday activities etc see www.lechladebaptistchurch.org.uk
SERVICES IN OCTOBER Sunday 4 8.30 am 9.30 am 11.00 am 11.00 am 6.00 pm
Quenington JP & PP Eastleach JE Southrop JE Coln JP & CH
Sunday 11 9.30 am 11.00 am 6.00 pm 6.00 pm Sunday 18 8.30 am 9.30 am 11.00 am 11.00 am 6.00 pm Sunday 25 9.30 am 11.00 am 6.00 pm 6.00 pm
Don’t forget: we also meet for Evening Prayer at Coln church at 6.00 pm every Saturday, and at Eastleach at 6.30 pm on the last Wednesday of the month.
ALL SAINTS ‘All Saints’ is the time of the church’s year when we celebrate being part of the ‘Communion of Saints’ – God’s people down the ages and throughout the world. This year we’re marking the season in the CHEQS churches with three events. On Saturday October 31st – the Eve of All Saints (or “Hallowe’en”, as some call it) – all children are warmly invited to a Light Party in Ampney Crucis village hall from 5.00 - 6.30 pm – further details at www.cheqs.church/children. On All Saints Day itself, November 1st, we’re holding a Family Communion service in Hatherop church at 11.00 am. This is a united service for our three-church (CHQ) parish, and is also our monthly allage service for CHEQS as a whole. The worship will be assisted by the choir of Hatherop primary school. Also on Sunday 1st we’re holding our annual In Memoriam service, at 6.00 pm in Quenington church. We shall be remembering by name all those from our villages who have died in the last year, together with any other loved ones whom you would like us to commemorate – please let us know their names.
READINGS, PSALMS, HYMNS & COLOURS 4 (TRINITY 18) Psalm 8; Hymns 131, 378, 205 (not at C & Q) green MP & HC – Gen 2: 18-24; Mark 10: 2-16; Harvest – Joel 2: 21-27; Matt 6: 25-33 11 (TRINITY 19) Psalm 90: 12-17; Hymns 263, 179, 249 Amos 5: 6-7, 10-15; Mark 10: 17-31
QUENINGTON VILLAGE HALL COFFEE MORNING The next coffee morning will be held on Saturday, 10th, 10.30 am – 12noon Meet up with friends and enjoy coffee and home-made cakes at our regular monthly coffee morning. Raffle and book exchange. Anyone wishing to contribute cakes, please bring them along – costs will be reimbursed! Contact Janet Goddard, 01285 750323 QUENINGTON APPLE DAY Following the success of last year’s Apple Day, Quenington Village Hall is planning another afternoon of apple-related activities at the hall, from 2.00 5.00 pm on Saturday 17th. These include: apple pressing for juice / cider – bring your apples (up to a wheelbarrow full) and containers for the juice. growing and pruning advice; apple variety identification and mapping; apple games and activities for children; seed swap * apple pie competition * art competition for children – create an apple face* apple tree photo competition for adults and children* tea, cakes, juice and cider served; raffle Volunteers to help on the day will be welcome! For more information, email [email protected] or call Anthea Palmer, 01285 750493. We look forward to seeing you there. * see www.queningtonvillagehall.org.uk for more details and competition entry forms.
QUENINGTON VILLAGE HALL AGM The Annual General Meeting for Quenington Village Hall will be held at 7.30 pm on Thursday 7th. This is an opportunity for you to hear what is happening at your local village hall and elect the trustees for the forthcoming year. Please join the committee for a pre-meeting glass of wine and a chat at 7pm, before business commences at 7.30pm. We are in need of new committee members, so if you are interested in getting involved please contact Fran Huckle, 01285 7507 10
COLN ST. ALDWYNS/HATHEROP/QUENINGTON HARVEST SUPPER 2015 Friday 2 October 6.30 pm at Moors Barn The barn holds only 100 people. If you would like tickets, please call Edwina Hicks on 01285 750204 or 07970 799270 leaving name, address and telephone number, and how many tickets you would like. £10 adults, £5 children. There will be a bring and buy stall, raffle (Raffle prizes are welcomed please!)
and the COLN CHOIR will be singing!
QUENINGTON VILLAGE HALL 100 CLUB DRAW The September winners were: 1st No 42 M Paterson; 2nd No 34 G Holton; 3rd No 31 M Barham
SOUTHROP SCHOOL PTA JUMBLE SALE
The Southrop School’s Parent Teacher Association will be hosting their annual jumble sale in Southrop Village Hall on Saturday 3rd. Doors open at 2.00 pm and close at 3.30 pm. Refreshments and a raffle will be available. Entrance fee is 50p. All donations will be gratefully received – bric a brac (small items only please), books, clothes, toys and cakes. The village hall will be open on Friday 2nd between 1.00 - 3.00 pm and on Saturday 3rd between 10.00 - 11.30 am to receive jumble. If you are available to help on Friday afternoon and/or on Saturday to sort, sell or clear away please contact Kirstie Wilkins on 01367 253380. Thank you for all your support. SOUTHROP PRIMARY SCHOOL- VOLUNTEER GARDENER/S REQUIRED Southrop Primary School PTA are looking for local volunteers to help maintain the school’s wildlife garden. The children all enjoy spending time in the garden investigating wildlife, growing veg and interacting with the bantams. However, it can get overgrown and needs weeding and trimming regularly. The school hopes to keep the weeds down by planting more plants that the bantams won’t eat, so if any readers have bantam-proof plants they can donate please feel free to drop them into the school. We like to involve the children where possible in keeping the garden tidy but there is a limit to amount they can achieve. If you feel you can spare some time to help please contact Caroline Simmons at the school office (01367 850246 or [email protected] FAIRFORD LIBRARY DVD: latest releases to loan for only £1.50 until our next opening time Want to learn how to use a computer? Free computer help to get you started with our “Computer buddy” volunteer – Monday afternoons Latest publications: 1,000’s of books to choose from, you can reserve a book for free online and collect it from a library of your choice. Do come in and browse our shelves or read the papers on our comfy sofas. Download the Library App to manage your account on the move. New text and email renewal reminder service: no need to worry about when to return your books or forgetting and incurring fines E-books and e-audio books available to loan – ask us for more details, contact 01285 712599. Free parking at the rear of the library.
LECHLADE HISTORY SOCIETY Monday 19th, 7.00pm for 7.15pm in the Memorial Hall. Please note early start time. AGM followed by a talk on 19th Century Women Travellers and Explorers. Katherine Bradley gives us an insight into the role played by women in the Victorian era as companion travellers, scientific investigators and explorers in their own right. Guests welcome £4. Contact Alan Garnell 01367 253087 or visit www.lechladehistory.co.uk
HOME-START COTSWOLDS We are looking for volunteers for our 2016 training programme. It’s ten weeks of four hours a week (usually on a Wednesday morning) and then you are matched with a family needing a volunteer. For details see box on left.
LOCAL TRADE DIRECTORY – to advertise in this magazine call 01285 750260 BUILDERS Michael Rixon - Building, roofing, Cotswold stone tiling, property maintenance White Monk Ltd. – Building Contractors
01285 750517 01285 750034
CARPENTERS AND CABINET MAKERS Peter Wordsworth – Bookcases, wardrobes, kitchens, doors, windows T J Sallis Carpentry - Fully qualified carpenter/joiner (m) 07973 142948
COMPLEMENTARY THERAPISTS Karen Benbow – Reflexology & The Bowen Technique in Southrop & Fairford. Contact Karen for a discussion or to book a treatment. www.karenbenbow.co.uk Sally Peachey Reiki – Rebalance & Relax, Recover & Re-energise with Reiki at home, Fairford and Cirencester clinics. Beneficial for all ages and ailments. COMPUTER SERVICES Computer Solutions – Iain Atkins – Personal service for all your IT issues CLEANING SERVICES – OVENS. Cotswold Oven Valeting Ltd – professional cleaning of all ovens (incl. AGAs), hobs, extractors and microwaves DENTAL SURGEON -- Dr Oliver Guy BDS (GDC reg79562) – Family dental care, cosmetic and laser-assisted dentistry. Teeth whitening, implant restorations and clear braces. Market Place Dental Practice, Cirencester
DOMESTIC SERVICES Pure Plumbing & Heating – from dripping taps to bath refits (m) 07906 016738
Strong’s Oil-fired Boiler and AGA Services, maintenance and repair
DRY STONE WALLING Another Brick In The Wall – Qualified dry stone wallers, mortared walls, archways, paving and slabbing. Ben & Peter Bicknell – [email protected]
01285 711267 07910 244519
Mike Harris – Dry stone walling
01285 750525 07810 888070
EAST GLOS ENGINEERING is pleased to support CHEQS magazine. Garden machinery repairs, tools, welding, iron goods made to specification etc.
FARRIER Oli Twinning DIPWCF, Registered Farrier
FIREWOOD Will’s Logs - Local sustainably-sourced firewood and kindling for sale. Seasoned hardwood firewood including oak, thorn, ash delivered in 1 cubic metre bags. Free delivery across the CHEQS parishes FLOORING Graham Ford Flooring – Carpets and vinyl supplied, own carpets fitted and cleaned GARDEN SERVICES Keith Ford – ponds, pruning & hedge cutting, sheds re-felted, walls wired for climbers. The Garden & Plant Company –Design & Landscaping. [email protected] AJ Arborists – tree surgery & Arboricultural Consultancy – Alasdair Jeffrey Joff Elphick – Specialist Gardner. Topiary, potagers, cut flower gardens, herbaceous borders etc. www.joffelphick.co.uk
LOCAL TRADE DIRECTORY (cont.) – to advertise here call 01285 750260 GENERAL STORES Coln Stores & Post Office. Mon-Fri 7.00 am - 6.00 pm; Sat 8.00 am - 4.30 pm; Sunday 9.00 am - 4.00 pm. Southrop Community Shop & Post Office. Weds 8.30 am-11.30 am in Village Hall.
GROUNDWORKS SN Complete Groundworks – Drainage, Driveways, Fencing, Patios etc.
01367 850717 07738 937697
HOME DECORATING A. Tilling – Interior and Exterior D J Morley Fairford M Byfield – Interior and Exterior decorator [email protected] 07876 558400
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LAND & ESTATE AGENTS Moore Allen & Innocent – Property Consultants & Managers, Land and Estate Agents, Auctioneers and Chartered Surveyors
01285 651831 01367 252541
MOLE CONTROL Traditional Molecatcher: no mole, no fee. Qualified and fully insured with references.
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PERSONAL TRAINER Personal Training Available 7 Days A Week – Lose weight, tone up, get fitter, improve your health and fitness. www.falconhealthandfitness.co.uk
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PICTURE FRAMING ALS Picture Framing, Cirencester – established 1987
PLATES-A-PLENTY - Crockery, cutlery, glassware and linen hire
PUBLIC HOUSES AND RESTAURANTS The Victoria Inn, Eastleach, Stephen and Susan Richardson The New Inn, Coln St. Aldwyns, Charlotte Close The Keepers Arms, Quenington, Jon, Verity and Michelle The Swan at Southrop, Briony Smith
TV PROBLEMS?? Call Aardvark Aerials & Satellite. TV aerials, Satellite, new TV points. Fully insured. www.aardvarkaerials.co.uk TENNIS AND FOOTBALL COACH Matt Townsend - LTA Licensed coach, Schools, Clubs and private lessons for adults and children of all ages VENUES Oxleaze Barn – Event Space and Wedding Venue: a beautifully restored Cotswold stone barn and garden, available for any type of events or receptions. www.oxleazebarn.co.uk
0785 004 3056 01367 850216
WINDOWS Paradise Windows- UPVC Windows and doors, 10 yr guarantee Coln Valley Glazing – Steve Winney, Quenington. Replacement of misted or broken glass units (m) 0776 578 0772
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YOGA – Contact Anne Sutherland – [email protected] for classes at Oxleaze, Langford and Coln Rogers For more info www.yogaspring.co.uk
01608 643 059
CHEQS DIARY Friendship Circle –Alan Franklin on first year as a bee-keeper
Coln & Hatherop Harvest Supper at Moors Barn
Southrop School PTA Jumble Sale at Southrop Village Hall
Congregational meeting in Hatherop church
11.00 am Car Boot Sale on the Green in Quenington Oct 7
Tai Chi Class – Southrop Village Hall
CHQ PCC meeting
Quenington Village Hall AGM
Oct 10 10.30 am Quenington Village Coffee Morning Oct 17
Quenington Apple Day
Southrop school service
Intercession leaders’ meeting at the Vicarage
British Summer Time ends
Evening Prayer in Coln church (Stt Simon & Jude)
Holy Communion in Eastleach church
Nov 1 11.00 am ‘All Saints’ Family Service at Hatherop 6.00 pm
‘In Memoriam’ service at Quenington
‘SNAP’ Youth Service at Lechlade Baptist Church Friendship Circle “Uke Box Jury” (Southrop)
Nov 5 Nov 10
CHEQS Garden Club AGM and end-of-year celebration
Nov 11 11.00 am Southrop school Remembrance in church 11.00 am Hatherop Remembrance on village green 12 noon
Midday Prayer (St Martin’s Day) at Bouthrop church
Evening Prayer at Southrop church
Fairford & District Choral Society – Autumn Concert
Nov 29 11.00 am Patronal Communion at Eastleach church (St Andrew)