St Nicholas Church Peopleton our activities
Our new music group welcomes anyone who can play a musical instrument. Please contact Richard Baldwin on 01905 840267 for more details.
Singing groups are springing up throughout the county and we have two within the Bowland Benefice. The members of these groups have a lot of fun and enjoyment.
For more information please contact Richard Baldwin on 01905 840267.
Upton Snodsbury Mothers’ Union has members from within the Bowland Benefice and further afield. The Branch was formed in 1957 and is part of the Evesham & Pershore Mothers’ Union Deanery.
Branch meetings take place on the first Wednesday of each month in a member’s home from 10-12 noon (excluding January & August.) The annual Garden Party & Christmas Prayer Partners Party are held over a lunchtime.
There are also occasional evening meetings for those with daytime commitments during the day. Visitors are always welcome to any of the above meetings.
For further information about the Upton Snodsbury Branch and the work of the Mothers’ Union in this country and abroad please contact Branch Leader Julia Dale on 01905-840400.
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There is a rota for weekly flower arranging in church. Anyone with a special interest in flower arranging might be interested in joining the rota. Placing flowers in the church to remember someone special or mark a special event is something many parishioners do. Flowers are often placed next to the Remembrance Book in the church. All equipment is provided. Please contact a church warden if flower arranging is something you would like to become involved with.
The rota for cleaning the church is organised by Sally Appleton. If you could help with a little bit of hoovering, dusting and polishing, about 30 minutes towards the end of the week, with a commitment of about three times a year, please contact one of the churchwardens.
Adopt a Grave
Peopleton churchyard has a mix of graves from Victorian through to modern, together with veteran trees and a wildlife area. If you would like to assist with the maintenance of the churchyard, or adopt the grave of someone whose relatives have since left the village, please contact Sue Dunne to discuss on 01905 840037.
The Pantry – Coffee Morning
A weekly Coffee Morning is held in the tea room in the Pantry every Wednesday morning from 10.30 – 12 noon. This is an opportunity to meet friends – old and new – and have a coffee and a chat. It is also the venue for the Friends of St. Nicholas – 100 Club Draw which is held once a month.