Pets bring owners to church

A congregation of canines filled the Cotterell chapel and sat reverently for the start of a service of blessing in St John’s, Byford, on Sunday, Sept 30, which is the nearest Sunday to St Francis’ Day. Those owners not brought by their dogs had pictures of cats, chickens, gerbils, images on tablets and ‘phones – … [Read more…]

Staunton on Wye Harvest Festival

We enjoyed a fabulous Harvest Festival at Staunton on Wye on 9 September. Thanks to all who prepared the church and refreshments; our bell ringers; the Staunton Community Choir and preacher, Rev Charles Overton. Part of the collection will go to Borderlands Rural Chaplaincy who provide support to our local farmers. Here are some photos … [Read more…]

Weobley Church Heritage Open Day

Please come along to Weobley Parish Church Heritage Open Day with guided tower tours, this Saturday, September 15, 10.30am – 4.30pm. You can research your family history with the help of Herefordshire Family History Society; look at the old Registers and books; see our Church treasures and learn more about renowned local resident Ella Mary Leather. Light … [Read more…]

Pet Blessing Service

On Sunday 30th September at 4.00pm all pets and their people are warmly invited to a service of blessing in Byford Church. Pets are asked to be on leashes or in suitable containers, and pictures of pets that cannot be present or are deceased are also welcomed.

Kinnersley Community Bar-B-Q

For August only the “Kinnersley & District Parish Community Lunch” – includes Kinnersley, Letton, Norton Canon and Sarnesfield – features an Evening Bar-B-Q at The Kinnersley Arms on Thursday 16 August at 6.30pm. Cost will be £8.00 for a burger or sausage in a bun, selection of salads, and a frozen dessert. Veggie option available, … [Read more…]

Sunday Teas at Letton

Sunday Teas will once again be served each Sunday between 2.00 and 4.30pm, from Sunday 22nd July to Sunday 2nd September, in St John the Baptist Church, Letton. There will be the usual delights – delicious teas, books, bric a brac etc – all in the charming surroundings of this ancient church. Everyone is welcome.