All Saints' Church Wardens reports

ALL SAINTS’ WARDENS

Now the summer is officially at hand we can commence the vital external works to maintain and beautify our lovely church – of especial interest/concern is the great West Window, where works had to be suspended just before Christmas.

But All Saints’ is far, far more than just building works.

We are looking forward to May Day Fayre and Tower Visits [see details on the weekly newsletter and elsewhere in this Magazine].  For those interested [and who is not?] in our returning herons,there are five nests visible from the Tower on top of the Holm Oak in the grounds of the Grange [just to the north].  Paul Trodd, who keeps the count of local, has identified 21 Herons and 7 Little Egret nests in the surrounding area.  Those fit enough to have climbed [some more than once!] to the top of our Tower will know that there is a great view in all directions [weather permitting]

[There are conditions governing who may go up – please contact church leaders for enquiries and to make a booking]. 

During April we had our Annual Church meeting and received the Annual Report for the Parish for 2018.  Copies of this Report [thanks to the PCC Secretary] and the final Financial report [thanks to our Treasurer] are available in the church: please have a read and celebrate the many activities that have taken place, both worship-based and social.  There are many such activities planned for the rest of the year [and beyond].

Please come and join us in worship, to support All Saints’ and enjoy each other’s company.  Dates and times etc. can be found in various places such as notice-sheets, the Parish Magazine, noticeboards, etc.  Please keep a look out or you could miss something.

Pat Carter and Christopher Aubrey

ps: Pat is stepping down as Parish Warden for this year. I would like to offer my personal thanks for all the work she has done [and will doubtless continue to do, without the Title and for her kindness and friendship to myself since I have become Warden here in Lydd, where the tasks and demands are of a wholly different nature to my previous wardenship in the East End of London. Enjoy the break!!


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