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Photo Jeremy Chadburn.Tower roof view of Tetcott Manor.

Easter Crafts and Egg Hunt
Saturday 8 April 2023

The Good Companions group that meet once a month prepared craft activities including Easter bunny masks for the children to complete at our recent Easter egg hunt with  a visit from the Easter bunny. The children enjoyed searching the church inside and out to find eggs as well as making Easter baskets and masks.

Breakfast Church 
Saturday 4 February 2023

The breakfast church on February 4th was well attended. A full English breakfast was enjoyed while people enjoyed the company of friends and neighbours. Recordings of hymns were played and people were invited to ‘take a prayer’ or write and ‘leave a prayer’ on our prayer board.The sausages, bacon, eggs and milk were all produced locally as were the homemade jams and marmalade.

Christmas Eve 2022

The Christmas Eve service was well attended. Drinks and mince pies were served to start the evening and then a service of carols and readings was led by the Rev Cannon Peter Ingram. Children were invited to join him beside the nativity scene where they sang ‘Away in a manger’. 


Christmas Crafts
Saturday  26 November 2022

The children’s Christmas crafts morning was well attended by children and adults who all enjoyed making decorations to take home and some to decorate church ready for the Christmas services. The children then helped put up the rest of the church’s decorations leaving the church looking very colourful.

Remembrance Sunday

13 November 2022

It was a lovely sunny morning  for the remembrance service. Wreaths were laid by the Parish council’s chairperson Tina Barriball and her daughter and by our church warden Nick Wonnacott’s grandchildren.

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
21.04.1926 - 08.09.2022

Following the death of Her Majesty the Queen Elizabeth the Church opened a book of condolence.  All were invited to visit the Church which remained open during daylight hours until the day after the funeral to allow private prayer and sharing of thoughts in the book of condolence.



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BBQ 4th September 2022

The annual church barbecue and outdoor service was held on September 4th. Some much needed rain came down so we gathered in the Manor garage for refreshments and where a bring and buy stall helped raise funds for the church. The Rev Stephen Skinner led a service following the barbecue and Chris March kindly played her Piano accordion to accompany the hymns.