Posted: November 2016
You can make a difference this Christmas to some of the poorest people in the world by giving an 'alternative' Christmas gift. Instead of buying your family and friends gifts they may not like, need or want, you can buy something in their name that will help people who are living in poverty. With every gift, you receive a personalised Christmas Gift card describing the gift chosen, to send to you friends or family. One example is Must Have Gifts, where £8 buys a mosquito net, £17 an energy saving stove and £40 the gift of a goat. For the full details of these, click here.
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A huge thank you to all who brought toys, gifts or donations to the Toy & Gift service last Sunday. They were all taken on Monday to the Aylesbury Family Centre, who were absolutely thrilled, and expressed their thanks to all for the generosity to our most vulnerable families in the area. Donations have been turned into vouchers so that the Centre can purchase food for families when...
This Wednesday, December 11th, from 6.15 — 7.30pm' our Youth Group meet. Richard's next 'mornings' will be Thursday 12th December, and then Monday 16th December, when he will be in the Church, Welcome Space or office if you would like to talk to him. On Wednesday, 11th December, those going on the trip to the Royal Albert Hall for the John Rutter's Christmas...
The New Year's Walk on Saturday 4th January will be from Cuddington to Nether Winchendon across the river Thame. It is mainly on road or hard track with no stiles. Please meet at the recreation ground car park which is at the end of Bernard Close which is off Dadbrook in Cuddington. We will start at 10.30am and return at about 11.45am in time to arrive at Kevin and Elaine's house, on...
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