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 Sunday 20th August

10th Sunday after Trinity


9.30am  Winterbourne Stoke  

Parish Communion


 10.00am  Berwick St James  Mattins

 

10.30am  Little Langford  

Group Holy Communion


 11.00am  Stapleford  

Parish Communion


 6.00pm  South Newton  Sung Evensong

        


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Sunday 20th August - 10th Sunday after Trinity



Lower Wylye and Till Valley Parishes Magazine


AUGUST


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Readings for this Sunday:



Isaiah 56.1, 6-8

Matthew 15.21-28


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New Rota of Sunday Services


A new pattern of Sunday services began this year for our group of Churches. Each parish has a celebration of the Holy Communion once in the month.


On the fourth Sunday, there is a Group Eucharist, in which everyone from all of our parishes is invited to share worship in each of our Churches in turn.



The Messenger




JULY



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WISHFORD SCHOOL LEAVERS' SERVICE



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SWANS WI JUNE MEETING












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LUNCH AND HATS AT EDGAR'S CLOSE











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Raising Awareness in Memory of Max


I would like to thank all who attended my Midsummer Coffee Morning/Tea Afternoon in aid of The Anthony Nolan Trust on June 21st at my home.


I held the day as a celebration of the short life of my little Great, Great Nephew Max, who suffered from a very rare genetic disease Diskeratosis Congenita which meant in essence that he had no working bone marrow thus was unable to fight any infection as he had no natural immunity. He was in desperate need of a bone marrow transplant. He received amazing care at GOSH but they are not miracle workers and Max sadly died 2 weeks before my event in his Mum’s arms aged 15 months.


Thank you to everyone who braved the high temperatures and turned up and also to all those who sent generous donations. I am delighted to tell you we raised in excess of £1000 which I shall be personally taking in the early autumn up to London to present to the AN Trust along with my niece who held a similar event in Devon recently.


Max’s parents, Becca and Adam, wish to add their heartfelt thanks as well.


Vanessa Moulding



OPEN THE BOOK


For the last 3 years a small group of local people have attended school once a week to be part of this exciting way of telling bible stories to children.

The children love it & so do we!

The group is now dwindling & we would like more people to join us.


Interested?

Contact Alana via admin@twovalleys.org








Blooming Great Tea Party at Staddlestones, Station Road, Great Wishford for Marie Curie, Saturday 19th August

Once again, Chris, Jacqui, Mandy and Pam are hosting a Blooming Great Tea Party to raise funds for Marie Curie, from 2pm to 4pm on Saturday 19th August. Come along and enjoy a cream tea (or coffee) in support of this great charity. There will be a raffle and cake table so you can take some goodies home with you.

 Donations for the raffle and cake table gratefully received!









WISHFORD SCHOOL GOVERNORS BID FAREWELL TO HEAD



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Oak Apple Club Celebrates the Great British Summer!




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'OPEN THE BOOK' AT WISHFORD PRIMARY SCHOOL  2016-17




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