Afternoon Tea in the Garden

Afternoon Tea in the Garden

It was agreed that the Mission Tea on 26th August was the best yet!.  We all enjoyed a gorgeous cream tea with cakes, but Doris’ garden was the biggest attraction. Just beautiful! We have raised £2,212 – both at the tea and from donations – an amazing amount....
Family Support Work News

Family Support Work News

Now that the new school year has begun, we can look back on a lovely summer of activities supporting our families as well as many events where we were able to catch up with supporters. Over the school holidays our practitioners were able to organise a huge range of...
Things to do in the garden this month

Things to do in the garden this month

The Gardener’s Calendar  by Ian Clemens As colder weather is approaching, protect half-hardy plants with fleece or bring into a frost-free greenhouse or conservatory. Once the first frosts have blackened Dahlia foliage, lift tubers and store in a dry frost free...
Nature Notes

Nature Notes

The swallows have gone – the house martins will be off any minute – the two young deer in the woods are looking ready to leave home – the sedum is smothered in bees and the odd Red Admiral – the leaves are beginning to turn, and our fallen apples in various stages of...
St Peter’s Task Force

St Peter’s Task Force

St Peter’s ‘Task Force’ The Churchyard at St Peter’s is an historic record of successive generations, a home for funerary monuments of architectural and aesthetic excellence, a setting for the church itself and a place for reflection and prayer.  As...
Wey & Arun Canal Trust News

Wey & Arun Canal Trust News

Ash dieback hits trees along the Wey & Arun Canal As most readers will be aware, native ash trees in Britain have been devastated by ash dieback disease, and those growing along the canal are no exception. It is forecast that the disease, caused by a fungus...