Weekly News

This week's broadsheet: 24th June
Due to the website servers being upgraded, the broadsheet is not currently available from the website. Hopefully this issue will be resolved by Monday 25th June.

PCC News
News from the PCC. Keep up to date with decisions made at PCC meetings. This page will be updated after each meeting.
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Otter Wey
Our youth clubs have designed Otter statues which are  on display in town as part of The Otter Wey Trail. Our otters are at St Andrew’s Church & Farnham Castle. Vote For Us! The otters will all be on display at Farnham Carnival on 30th June, where you will be able to vote for your favourite. The winning otter will be gifted back to its designer as a prize. We would LOVE to win one of our otters back! So please vote for us!
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News from Brambleton
News and updates of work planned and being done at Brambleton Hall from September 2017.
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Garden of Remembrance Update
Click here for the latest news on the Extension to the Garden of Remembrance.
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Building Problem at St Thomas'
click here for a statement on the building problem at St Thomas' from Keith Newman, churchwarden
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Sermon at St Thomas'
Please click here to read or download the St Thomas' sermon from Sunday 29th April.
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Introducing Living Church Magazine:
Have you picked up a copy? There are enough copies for every family, please take one! The Living Church team is always on the look-out for inspiring stories from parishes. Could you feature in the next edition? click above for details.
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Parish Magazine
Subscribe for £10 a year and save money. If you would like to subscribe to the magazine and receive a monthly copy please contact the Magazine Team by following this link.
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Ladies Walk and Talk Programme
the next walk is on Friday 6th July, 9.45 for 10am at St Thomas'. Open to all ladies in the community who enjoy walking the lovely local paths. If you need more information, please ring Janet Windeatt on 01252 727102.
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