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St. Paul’s October Newsletter

ST. PAUL’S CHURCH and ST. MARY’S CHURCH WOOBURN

Sunday 1st October – Harvest
The first Sunday of this month we are celebrating the Harvest Festival at 9.30am at St Paul’s Church followed by our monthly Revive Service at 6pm again at St Paul’s Church.

Saturday 7th October – Breakfast and Dresses!
If you would be interested in joining us for a family breakfast on the first Saturday of the month at 9.30am, please email events-stpauls@mail.com for more information. This will be followed by the dresses workshop 11-2pm at St Mary’s.

Revive and Refresh: Finding Stillness Within a Busy World
Saturday 25th November, Holy Trinity Church, Hazlemere – A quiet morning providing a space to relax and be spiritually refreshed as we prepare for Advent. During this time together there will be a mix of prayer, readings, reflections, music and space, finishing with lunch.
For more information and to RSVP please contact events-stpauls@mail.com.

Interested in becoming a Bell Ringer?
St Paul’s is inviting anyone interested in Bell Ringing to join its friendly group.
Not only is it fun and great exercise, you learn a new skill over time. The team enters competitions, rings at other churches, and has friendship groups around the world.
The Bell Ringers meet 7:30-9:00pm on Wednesdays at St Paul’s Church. Anyone over the age of 11 years old is welcome. For more information contact the Vicarage on 01628 521209.

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St. Paul’s & St. Mary’s Church Wooburn, August Newsletter

ST. PAUL’S CHURCH and ST. MARY’S CHURCH WOOBURN

Church Summer Open Afternoons – Sundays in August 3-5pm
St Paul’s Church will be open on Sunday afternoons in August through to 3rd September to enable the community to have a peaceful look around the church and enjoy afternoon tea. Everyone welcome!

Teddy Bear Parachute Jump – Sunday 3rd September 12.30-4pm
Once again children of all ages are invited to come to St Paul’s to give their well-loved cuddly toys a trip of a lifetime. The teddies will take a parachute jump from the top of the church tower!

Interested in becoming a Bell Ringer?
St Paul’s is inviting anyone interested in Bell Ringing to join its friendly group.
Not only is it fun and great exercise, you learn a new skill over time. The team enters competitions, rings at other churches, and has friendship groups around the world.
The Bell Ringers meet 7:30-9:00pm on Wednesdays at St Paul’s Church. Anyone over the age of 11 years old is welcome. For more information contact the Vicarage on 01628 521209.

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August Newsletter from BECCMARK

Greeting to all from the BECCMARK team. Hope this newsletter finds you all well and enjoying, what has been so far, a glorious summer.

The summer months are just as busy as the Christmas months for us as we take our stalls to various summer fates to promote BECCMARK and what we do.

One of our stalls is with us every month. The tombola stall has donations from the stall holders at the fair every month, and is looked after by The Academy in Bourne End.The money raised goes to the chosen charity of the month. These charities are generally local ones or national ones but aimed at local branches. Some of the charities who have received monies raised are Orla’s Own Steps, Bourne End Day Centre, MS Society, Headway South Bucks And Riding for the Disabled Association. Since BECCMARK started it has raised well £2500 to £3000. This is, I think, an amazing amount since we are a small fair – although we are growing at a quick pace. If you have a charity that is special to you and you would like to see some money raised for it, please email Rosie O’Hagan at the address below. Or pop in and see us at the next fair.

Another of our stall holders, and I have got to say here that she is a great friend of mine, is Karen M’Nicol. Karen and I have known each other for near on thirty years know. Our children grew up together. We share a stall and she sells mostly items to do with paper. K’s Crafty Products started out as a simple hobby 3 years ago. Up-cycling items at home purely for fun and enjoyment. It has now developed into a small craft business making lots of pretty home items.

These include decoupaged picture frames, boxes, bangles and many other items which are decorated with cut out paper and glued to the item. The paper can be cut from many paper designs, including magazines, decoupage paper, napkins or wrapping paper. Karen prefers to use magazines and spends hours looking for contrasting colours and themes for certain items.

Recently she had also made fairy jars and doors to bring a little magic into customers homes.

Karen has also started doing origami flowers arrangements which have become very popular. These can be made to order in the colours of your choice, as can all the other items she makes.

Karen will be at the next fair in August, but if you wish to contact her her details are as follows:- email karen_mcnicol@hotmail.com

Well the next time I will be talking to you we will being looking forward to Autumn and all it has to offer. In the meantime I wish you all well and hope you enjoy the later part of Summer.

Ali Smith
Crafter

FORTHCOMING EVENTS:- at The Bourne End Library

August 12th, September 9th, October 14th, November 11th, December 9th

For information please visit http://www.BECCMARK.co.uk or call 07989716635 or email rosiehagan@me.com. You will also find us on Facebook.