Posted: July 2017
Many of us, or our family or friends, have had occasion to be grateful for our excellent Cancer Care & Haematology Unit (formerly the Wooden Spoon) at Stoke Mandeville Hospital. We have just learnt that they have been nominated by the Masonic Charitable Foundation (Buckinghamshire) as a possible unit to receive up to £25,000 as part of the MCF Community Awards Tercentenary Fund. There are several nominees, and if you feel they are deserving just visit mcf.org.uk/vote That will tell you more and you will be able to place your vote (it's very easy). Voting is between now and 31st July. For that website, click here.
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If you want to speak our minister Richard, his next 'morning' will be Tuesday 25th February, when he will be in the church, the Welcome Space or office if you would like to talk to him. Also, if you are interested in becoming a member or are not sure about your membership status, please talk to Richard as soon as possible.Richard's next Bible Study afternoon group will be on...
This year's Circuit Camping and Caravan Event is from 3rd — 5th July. The venue is Bridge Villa Camping and Caravan Park Wallingford OX10 8HB at a cost of £27 per unit per night (includes 2 People and electricity)This site is within easy walking distance of the town and the Thames River. On our previous visit we thoroughly enjoyed the excellent facilities and the opportunities this...
Friday Food provides a free, hot nutritious meal for the homeless and those who struggle to feed themselves. During its first three months, 54 different people have used the drop-in facility with an average of around 10 guests each night.The meals are provided by 9 different volunteers and a rota of 27 people, all recruited, trained and DBS checked, share a rota of Team Leader, Security...
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