Events

 Each year there are a number of regular events which we put on to raise funds and to have fun. To find out what’s coming up this month, please use the link on the right to the current Newsletter.

 ST SAVIOUR’S CHURCH CONCERT SERIES 2019

Lots of exciting concerts planned for 2019!

Just come along!! Free entry with wine or soft drinks in the interval. Retiring collection split between church and the charity chosen by the artists performing.

As you can see from the list of concerts above on

WEDNESDAY 12th JUNE we have a concert by the ACCIDENTALS to open our FLOWER FESTIVAL in style !! 7.30pm

And then in July the ever popular REVEL….we have an amazing RAFFLE with such terrific prizes such as….

3 nights stay for 2  in a Sark B&B and the ferry over and £60 to spend at Hathaways Brasserie

2 nights for 2 people  in Alderney at Georgian House Hotel, trip over with The Little Ferry Company for 2

and a night for 2 in The White House plus ferry….and then there is the flight to Gatwick for 2, a Condor to Jersey for 2 , £100 voucher for building work with Argyle and lots and lots MORE!!!!

Tickets only £1 ! We will be selling them at Morrisons St Peters on Saturday 29th June and then outside Forest Stores on 6th July. Or you  can always bang on Rev’d Mrk Charmley’s front door and ask for some!

We were lucky enough to have had the Chelsea Pensioners to tea  again last year…and they are coming to Tea again on Thursday 7th November 2019…come and join us !

 

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Tea and Cake with  the Chelsea Pensioners  was on Thursday 8th November and was a fantastic afternoon..Trevor John, Ray Petrie and Dewi Treharne were visiting the island for Remembrance Services and came to St Saviour’s church to look at our Poppy Display and have some tea and cake and lots of chat! They were absolutely fabulous fun and especially chatty with the pupils from La Houguette School who came along with their teacher. They had made 3 wreaths which were displayed in the church.

St Saviour’s church had been filled with masses of poppies in clear bottles on all 8 of the window cills. Poppies were made from crepe paper, tissue paper and painted coffee filters, as well as crotchet ones. All sizes ! A wonderful display is in the side chapel which gives details of the 31 men who lost their lives in the two wars and are named on the War Memorial in the churchyard.

Red painted stones have been placed along the path to the church and poppies from recycled plastic bottles stuck in the grass. A poppy of stones is also outside with 31 named stones for the those on the War Memorial in the centre.

A superb display! Unfortunately now taken down so only the pictures above to look at!