PCC News - Issue 11
Articles in this issue...
Planning for the Past
This year sees the conclusion of our World War One commemorations when we mark the centenary of the Armistice signed on 11 November 1918.
A Stroll Down Memory Lane
The village history day on November 4 fulfilled our expectations when nearly 300 visitors came to see hundreds of old photos, maps and aerial views of the village as it once was.
Food & fun in school holidays
FISH (Food (and Fun) In School Holidays) is a project facilitated by Norwich Foodbank to support families in need with meals during the school holidays.
A competitive sport?
Bells have been ringing from churches around the world for many centuries, but the ‘changeringing’ that we are familiar with became popular in England in the 17th century.
Giggles, Chuckles and Laughs!
We formed our Open the Book Team, last July 2017 after three of us went to a Open the Book Initial Team Training Day, with Mrs Irene Nickerson.
Tea and Tissues
First day at school can be an emotional time for children as well as parents and grandparents; frequently with a tear shed.
I appreciate that many PCC members will feel that they don’t have enough time to do their PCC member duties, so the thought of taking on another role is not worth contemplating, but please think again.
Fake News! Finance FAQs & myths
At the recent Benefice support meetings held in November 2017, we discovered that there were some recurring questions, so we thought it might be helpful to share these and the answers with you.
Summertime and the upkeep is easy
With the summer approaching and the days being longer and lighter, we want our churches to look their best.
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