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Plant Sale
10.00am to 12.30pm, Saturday 12th May at St Thomas'. Plants Galore! Cake stall, Raffles, Coffee and biscuits. Free Entry! Fundraising for the extension to the Garden of Remembrance.
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Organ Recital by Julian Cooper
3pm, Saturday 12th May at St Thomas'. Music by Bach, Peeters, Lindberg and composers from Imperial Spain. Free entry with retiring collection.
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Eat and Speak Lunch at St Thomas'
12.30pm, Friday 18th May with speaker Dan Wagerfield on his experience of "Round the World Yacht Race." Tickets: £7
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Sermon at St Thomas'
Please click here to read or download the St Thomas' sermon from Sunday 8th April. The sermon is particularly addressed to the boys of St Paul's who visited St Thomas' that day, but it is a sermon for us all.
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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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Ladies Walk and Talk Programme
the next walk is on Friday 4th May, 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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Otter Wey
Time Out youth club are excited to be participating in The Otter Wey on behalf of The Bourne Parish. The Otter Wey is an art trail made up of 1 metre tall model otters, which will be decorated by participants and exhibited around Farnham in spring/summer 2018. Visit www.theotterwey.org.uk for more information and check back here to see the progress of Time Out’s otter!
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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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