During Lent, The Weobley and Staunton Group of Parishes will be hosting Soup Lunches from 12 noon to 2pm to raise money for the Hereford Diocese Mothers’ Union Crisis Intervention Fund (CIF), a local charity supporting young families in exceptional need with vital, practical support; and The Cart Shed, a Norton Canon based charity focussed on helping those confronted by life-changing mental health issues find a restorative sense of well-being and renewed self-confidence.
17th September 10.30 am Harvest Festival at Letton
17th September 4.00 pm Harvest Festival at Monnington-on-Wye
24th September 4.00 pm Harvest Festival at Byford
29th September 7.00 pm Harvest Festival at Staunton-on-Wye
1st October 10.30 am Harvest Festival at Weobley
On the 14th May, The Rt Rev Alistair Magowan, Bishop of Ludlow conducted a Confirmation Service at St Peter and St Paul’s Parish Church, Weobley. The confirmands were Sara Dixon, Hazel Schramm, Ella Davies and Taylor Davies. The Rev’d Sean Semple, Rector of the Weobley and Staunton Group of Parishes prepared and presented the confirmands.
‘Coffee, Cake & Agriculture’
Enjoy a moment or two at St Mary’s where you can view floral decoration and sample delicious homemade cakes, while catching up with ‘old friends’. And while you’re there, you can learn a little about the ancient parish of Sarnesfield and aspects of its agricultural history. There will also be a display of vintage farm implements and agricultural photographs.
Eardisley Tennis and Croquet Club played host to the Weobley and Staunton Group’s inter-parish croquet tournament. After three fun but competitive rounds Letton Church, represented by Alistair Ross and Charles Overton, emerged Tournament Champions, with Byford represented by Sue Hubbard and Will Keeley, runners up.