September 2016 Parish Magazine


St Mary's Finedon September 2016 Parish Magazine

Church of St. Mary the Virgin


Parish Magazine

September 2016

Soprano Emily Haig

In Concert

Our Worship in September Year C

From the Churchwardens

Church Monthly Draw

Autumn Barn Dance

Finedon’s Got Talent

In My Day

And Much More

Operation Churchyard

Digital Edition


Finedon Parish Church: St Mary The Virgin

The Revd Richard Coles,

St Mary the Virgin Finedon, The Vicarage,

Church Hill, Finedon, Northants, NN9 5NR

01933 681 786, Mobile 07885 967 960


Assistant Honorary Priest Fr Peter Baden,01832 733186


Reader Mr Michael Duncombe, 01536 723457


Parish Clerk

Mrs Gill Foster Tel: 680364 (To whom first

contact for Baptisms and weddings must be


Churchwardens: Mrs Jane Read Tel: 680522

Mr Neil Forster Tel: 682177

PCC Secretary: Mrs Gill Foster Tel: 680364

Treasurer: Mr Andrew Weatherill Tel: 682212

Magazine Editor: Mrs Janet Millington, Tel: 681161.


(to whom all copy should addressed by

the 15 th of the month prior to publication)

Director of Music Mr Jonathan Harris Tel: 01933 779059,

Mobile 07791 664507


Deputy Organists

Mrs. Kathy Roberts

Mr Oliver Grigg

Choirmaster: Mr. Bryan Chapman Tel: 398818

Tower Captain Mr Bryan Chapman, Tel 398818

Web Site



St Michael’s Mission Room:

Bryan & Christine Chapman

Tel: 01933 398818

Times Of Services:


8.00 am Holy Eucharist

9.30 am Parish Eucharist.

6.00 pm Evensong (1st Sunday of the Month)

Visit us on the Web at

From the Church Wardens

It was quite a shock to hear that Benthorne Lodge, the Care

Home in Finedon, had closed in August. Our prayers and

thoughts go out to all the residents that have been resettled

and to the staff who have lost their jobs. Also, thank you to

Jacqui MInchinton who over the past years has carried out

pastoral duties in the Care Home.

We welcome Fr Richard and David back into the fold after

their Sabbatical. We thank the Fr Stan and Fr Peter for taking

all the services whilst they were away. In addition our

appreciation goes to Kathryn Haworth for writing the

intercessions every Sunday for the readers during that time.

In August we sadly said ‘Goodbye’ to Alice and her family

who are leaving us but are very happy that she starts her

training as a Priest in September. Our prayers, thoughts and

good wishes go with Alice and her family as they start their

new life.

The 14th September is Holy Cross Day, the anniversary of the

dedication of our Church which is about 650 years old. This

is why the Flower Festival is held at this time of year to

celebrate the birthday of the church, on the nearest Sunday

to 14th September. We hope to see you all joining in the

celebrations, enjoying the displays and thanking God for his

goodness in the Eucharist.

Yours in Christ

Jane and Neil

Our Worship in

September Year C

4th – 15th Sunday of Trinity

Jeremiah 18. 1 – 11

Psalm 139. 1 – 5

Philemon 1 -21

Luke 14. 25 – 33


538 O Jesus I have promised

375 Amazing grace

589 The King of Love my shepherd


Anthem: Christ has risen, the might

Lion (Music: Robert Page)

534 (Tune Lyngham) O for a

thousand tongues to sing

11th – 16th Sunday of Trinity

Jeremiah 4. 11 – 12. 22 – 28

Psalm 14

1 Timothy 1. 12 – 17

Luke 15. 1 – 10


601 Thou didst leave thy throne

577 Stand up, and bless the Lord

622 Will you come and follow me

Anthem: S.S.Wesley Ascribe unto the

Lord (part 1)

453 Great is thy faithfulness

18th – 17th Sunday of Trinity

Jeremiah 8. 18 – 9.1

Psalm 79. 1 – 9

1 Timothy 2. 1 – 7

Luke 16. 1 – 13


499 Lift high the Cross

Our Parish Church of Finedon

398 Christ triumphant, ever reigning

Anthem: Fairest Lord Jesus (arr.


I hear the voice of Jesus say (469)

530 Now thank we all our God

Introit: S.S.Wesley Ascribe unto the


Responses: Clucas

Psalm 129 (Chant: Walmisley)

Office Hymn: Christ has risen, the

might Lion (Music: Robert Page)

Canticles: Dyson in D

Anthem: Parry Blest Pair of Sirens

Final Hymn: 162 Ye choirs of new


25th – 18th Sunday of Trinity

Jeremiah 32. 1 – 3a. 6 – 15

Psalm 91 . 1- 6

1 Timothy 6. 6 – 19

Luke 16. 19 to end


578 Stand up, stand up for Jesus

416 (Tune Sussex) Father, hear the

prayer we offer

507 Lord of all hopefulness

Anthem: Psalm 67 (Chant: Bairstow)

267 Thou, whose almighty word *


Organ Voluntaries following the

9.30am services

4th September – J.S.Bach: Toccata

and Fugue in d minor BWV 565

11th September – John Stanley:

Voluntary in d

18th September – Malcolm Archer:

Festival Fanfare

25th September – J.P.Sweelinck:

Echo Fantasie

Organ Voluntaries following


18th September – J.S.Bach: Toccata

in C from Toccata, Adagio & Fugue

BWV 564

18th – Festal Evensong

From the Registers

Holy Matrimony

6th August

Craig Dasantos and Katrina Brown

14th August

William Bolter and Natalie Kerti

20th August

Joshua Carr and Emma Richardson


25th July

John Leonard Hawthorne Bailey,

age 74.

28th July

Malcolm Robson, age 70.

Floodlight Sponsorship

31st July

Sally, Ken & Chris Farrell - in

memory of a dear daughter & sister

Jane (on what would have been her

44th birthday).

7th August

Gordon & Anne Swann - for family

members with a birthday this month.

Jean, Margaret & Shirley - in

memory of their mother Dorothy

Harris (on what would have been her


14th August

Mary Shipton & Jean Wills - in

memory of their dad Len Shelton.

21st August

Jacqui Minchinton - to celebrate her

son’s engagement.

28th August

Pat Curtis -in memory of Denis Curtis

(on what would have been their

Wedding Anniversary).

Flower Festival

Evensong - Visiting

Singers welcome

Visiting singers are welcome to join

us to sing at this occasion on Sunday

18th September. Please let any other

singers know too.

Rehearsals for those who can make

it on Friday 9th and Friday

16th September 7.00 pm to 8.15 pm.

Plus a rehearsal on the day at

4.30 pm before the Festal Evensong

at 6pm.

The choir will be conducted as usual

by Robert Page

Flower Festival Concert

Saturday 17 September

at 7.30pm

We are delighted to announce that

the soprano Emily Haig will be giving

a recital at St Mary's Church,

Finedon as part of our Flower

Festival celebrations.

Tickets for the concert are £10.00

(children free) with all the money

from ticket sales being shared

equally between church funds and

the charity Animals in Need.

The varied programme will include

music by Puccini, Purcell, Handel,

Wolf, Faure, Rodgers and


Tickets will be available on the door.

Interval drinks and vegan

refreshments will be available on a

donation basis.

Jonathan Harris,

Director of Music

Taize Service

The next Taize service will be held in

St Mary’s Church at 7.00 pm on

Wednesday 7th September.

The Taize worship is in the style of

short musical chants, some we

already use in church services, and

reflective prayer.

Operation Churchyard

Over many years our Churchyard has

been cared for by a group of


Sadly, due to ill health and age the

volunteers have dwindled down to

Bryan Chapman and Graham White.

The Council mow the churchyard

approximately four times a year but it

needs a trim in between about once a

month depending on the weather.

Bryan tends the plot where the ashes

are interred. A very time consuming

job. Graham has adopted another

block of grass.

In order to maintain a well ordered

Churchyard we are asking for

volunteers to adopt a patch of grass


There are about four blocks left. Lawn

mower provided. If you can help in

Operation Churchyard please speak

to Bryan Chapman for guidance.

St Mary's Thursday Club

This month we will be meeting at the

Band Club on the 22nd September for

our Annual Games Night where we

have a darts and skittles competition.

Please arrive at 7.45pm for an

8.00 pm start. The cost of this is £3.00

and includes supper. Anyone wishing

to join us who is not a member would

be made very welcome but we would

need to know in advance.

If you are interested in becoming a

member please call Louise on

07581 556417 for further details.

We usually meet once a month on the

4th Thursday (evening).

We also run a mums and tots group

during school term time. The group

meets on a Thursday afternoon at the

Mission Room from 1.30pm - 2.30pm.

Mothers Union

The September meeting will take on a

different format as it will be an

“Afternoon with Susan Deacon”.

This will take place in the Mission

Room on Tuesday 6th September at 2


Visitors are most welcome to join us

for this event.

Ride & Stride Saturday

10th September 2016

The annual fund raising event for the

Northamptonshire Historic Churches

Trust takes place between the hours

of 10.00 am and 6.00 pm.

Over 350 churches and chapels in

Northamptonshire will be open to


Plan a route on foot or on bicycle and

seek sponsorship for the number of

churches and chapels visited.

All money received will be divided

equally between the Trust and your

church. Sponsor forms and details of

the churches and chapels open can be

obtained from Gill Foster (telephone

01933 680364).

St Mary the Virgin, Finedon Flower Festival



will be held at St Mary’s Church on

Friday 16th September

2.00 pm-5.00 pm

Saturday 17th September

10.00 am - 6.00 pm

Sunday 18 September.

11.00 am - 4.30 pm

Over the years many individuals and organisations have given their

time and talents to ensure that the festival is successful and the flower

festival committee are very grateful for all the support they receive.

+Once again this year we will be looking for help during the weekend

with refreshments/stalls/stewards etc. We also welcome contributions

to our raffle, tombola, preserves and cakes.

If you feel that you can help in any way this year please speak to

Christine (01933 398818) or any member of the committee.

Autumn Barn Dance Reminder

Saturday 24th September

at 7.30 pm


Finedon Community Centre

Wellingborough Road,


Following our fantastic Valentines Barn

Dance, we have booked the

Live Band


with caller once again and a

real ale bar

plus a chicken & chips supper

(or vegetarian option)

to keep the energy levels up

Tickets are £10 each


Pam on 01933 398377.

Brain Tumour Charity

We made the incredible amount of

£330 at the Cream Tea on 27th July.

Many thanks to everyone for your


Thank you also for all the support and

prayers you gave us when Barbara

was ill and when she died. We were

very touched by all your kindnesses,

not least in supporting the Cream


Ruth & Phil Sibley

National Gardens


We, Gillian and John Ellson at

Thrapston Road, the Reverends

Richard and David Coles at the

Vicarage and Mary and Stuart Hendry

at High Street would like to thank all

those who visited our gardens this

summer. We would also like to

especially thank the ladies from St

Mary's and from the Independent

Wesleyan Chapel for the superb teas

they provided on the two Sunday


The funds raised by NGS go to

support various 'caring' charities -

including Macmillan Cancer Care,

Marie Curie, Help the Hospices -

giving out some £2.6million each

year. This could not be done without

your support so a very big 'Thank


Mary and Stuart

Townswomen’s Guild

The next Townswomen's Guild

meeting will be at 7.30 on 1st

September in the Town Hall.

Our speaker will be Russell Attwood

'The Pumpkin Man', and the

competition is for a funny vegetable.

Visitors will very welcome for a small

charge of £3.


Thank you to Jonathan George and

his band ReUnion who gave us a

great concert, six decades of popular

music, on Saturday 13th August.

It evoked many memories to all who

attended and most people knew all

the words to the songs. The concert

raised around £200.00 for Church

funds after expenses

Church of

St Mary the Virgin


Fashion Show



22nd September


St Mary’s Church

at 7.30 pm

Tickets £5.00

Available from

Velma Munns 01933


Finedon Local History


The September meeting of the

society will be held on Monday 26th

September at 7.30pm in the Mission

Room, Well Street, Finedon.

The speaker will be Kevin Varty on

“The Great War through the Magic


Admission is £2.50 for members and

£3.50 for non members, the evening

will be followed with light


Finedon’s Got Talent

Prior notice of a memorial concert

compared by Fr Richard and featuring

Finedon residents only to be held in

memory of John Leonard Hawthorne

Bailey MBE at the Star Hall on

Saturday 29th October 2016.

Tickets for the concert can be

obtained from 07903252451.

Profits from the evening will go to

Finedon Local History Society.

Finedon Over 60’s

We meet every Wednesday at

1.45 pm until 3.30 pm. Weekly

admission is £1.00 plus raffle.

Everyone welcome and we look

forward to seeing you.

September Programme

7th Margaret Aldridge - Walking in

Ireland with a donkey.

14th Bingo

21st Quiz and Bring & Buy

28th Graham Kinnersly - Musical


Meetings are held in the Bowls Club,

Wellingborough Road - all welcome.

The Diary of Cissie

Parrot - an unreliable

memoir of a Bell Ringer

Christine Clapper was in a good

mood at ringing tonight.

She’s managed to get her car

repaired. Harriet says she had to sell

an heirloom to Victoria’s husband’s

antique shop to pay the bill.

I was a bit confused by ‘heirloom’.

Harriet says it’s not that German artist

who lives next to the Town Hall.

Pat Peel thinks an heir loom is used

to weave hair into a rug.

Could be. Christine did used to have

lovely long hair.

For Whom the Bell Tolled coming to

Finedon this Autumn.

St Mary’s Church

Is holding a

Murder Mystery Night

‘For Whom the

Bell Tolled’

at the

Bowls Club

Wellingborough Road

at 6.30 pm


Saturday 22nd October

Tickets £10.00

(including supper)

Finedon Local History


A Baking Competition

As previously announced, the

Society is working with the

Rockingham Forest Trust, who

manage Stanwick Lakes, on a

Lottery funded project.

The project “Trading Places” is

designed to help communities and

schools connect with, enjoy, and

understand the history of the area.

Twelve villages and towns in the

Nene Valley are taking part.

Finedon’s role is associated with the

famous 18th century Dried Apple


Over the weekend 21- 23 October a

number of exciting projects are

planned. One is a baking competition

open to the whole of Finedon and we

hope that some readers will be keen

to enter.

Three classes are planned: apple

tarts and pies, puddings and


Full details and application forms will

be available at the end of September.

Contact Malcolm Peet

(01933 680773) for further details.

Pantomime Sign Up


Be a part of the 2017 FCSSES

pantomime 'Aladdin' at the Star Hall.

We are looking for children and

adults who can sing, dance, act or

even move scenery.

Join us for the Sign Up Evening and

AGM on Monday 5th September


at 7.00 pm for further details.

Alternatively contact us at

Children must be 6 years old by

the1st September 2016 to sign up

and anyone under the age of 16 must

be accompanied by a parent/


Christian Meditation

The next Christian Meditation will be

on Monday 19th September at

13 Rockleigh Close at 7.30 pm.

If you would like to find out more

about Christian Meditation or join the

group, please contact Pat Peet on

01933 680773 for further information.

Church Monthly Draw

The results of the August church

monthly draw are as follows:

Total receipts of £258.00 are divided

equally between the winners and the

church funds. Winning numbers for

the August monthly draw are:

1st prize 61 £64.50

2nd prize 95 £38.70

3rd prize 167 £25.80

If you would like to join the monthly

draw (£1.00 per share per month)

which takes place in the church on

the first Sunday of the month, please

contact Kathy Hobbs on 01933


Child’s Letter to God

Dear God

Instead of letting people die and

making new ones, why don’t you just

keep the ones you got now?

In My Day

the ramblings of Hubert James

In my day it was about this time of

year that ordinary folk like us got our

first telephone.

Now in my day, a telephone was a

sort of wedge shaped box with a big

handle and a dial on the front. You

plugged it into the wall and it let you

talk, live to other folk. And that was

about it. Marvellous!

Before then we had to use a public

phone box, mind you even they were

good fun. You’d put your money in

and press button A to speak or button

B to get your money back.

One of the things you could do with

your own phone was find out the

accurate time from the speaking


Not many folk know that one of the

first voices used for this was a parttime

actor called Gallahad Frey who

lived in Rock Street. Gally was a

proper character, he was always

telling folk that his life filled a space

and passed time. Nobody knew what

it meant but we all knew him as that

bloke Gally Frey who travelled in

space and time.

He used to get small speaking parts

on the wireless in plays and that.

Then he started announcing the

programmes. He had a voice as

smooth as chocolate and many young

girls fell for it.

So when they were looking for a new

voice for the speaking clock he

applied and got the job. Not only that

he suggested that instead of just

recording all the times he embellished

it a bit by saying “At the third stroke it

will be (whatever time it was)

precisely” . The powers that be loved

it. And he didn’t stop there, he

explained how at the BBC he also did

the Pips; beep, beep, beep, before

the hour. So he did the same thing for

the speaking clock.

His fans loved it. Although, some of

them took their obsession with him

even further. One of them was a club

singer called Virginia Reeves. Ginny

was one of the first ever stalkers. She

followed Gally around like a lap dog.

She rang him and wrote to him. She

rang the clock just to hear his voice

beeping. Gally resisted until one day

he picked up the phone and there she

was singing a song she had written

especially for him.

His heart melted and he agreed to go

on a date with her. And they hit it off.

He too was smitten. The two of them

went off into the sunset and for the

rest of their days he found himself

smiling every time he heard Ginny

Reeves sing those words; “Put your

sweet pips a little closer to the


Fotheringhay view from south

Government support for vulnerable church buildings welcomed

by Church of England


early 300 Church of England

parishes are to receive grants

for urgent repairs to their

church roofs in the second round of

awards from the Listed Places of

Worship Roof Repair Fund.

Ben Smith, Peterborough

Diocese Historic Churches

Support Officer said that there have

been substantially more grants

awarded this round for the

Peterborough Diocese than any

other diocese in the country. In

comparison, there were 6 grants

awarded in the Diocese of Leicester

and 8 in the Diocese of Lincoln.

“There have been 22 grants

awarded for churches in the

Peterborough Diocese, out of 44

applications. This means that exactly

50% of the total number of

applicants from the diocese were

successful, compared to a national

success rate of 26%.”

“In total, churches in the diocese of

Peterborough have received

£1,147,000 from this round of the

Roof Repair Fund. Five of the

successful churches were on the

Heritage at Risk Register, and these

grants should allow each of them to

carry out the repairs necessary to

take them off the register.”

Awards between £10,000 and

£100,000 have been offered towards

the urgent repair of roofs, gutters

and drains, failure of which is the

principal cause of decay in historic

churches. In total, 401 listed places

of worship will benefit from awards

from the £25 million funding

package given by the Treasury. This

follows the 501 awards announced

in the first round in Spring 2015.

Visiting St Philip & St James,

Hallow, construction of which was

partly funded originally by Lea &

Perrins, makers of Worcestershire

sauce, the Bishop of Worcester, Dr

John Inge, lead bishop for

cathedrals and church buildings

said: “These grants will be an

enormous help to church

communities who take care of some

of this country’s most precious built

heritage. It is very good that the

Government has

recognised that help is


One of the churches to

benefit is St Mary & All

Saints, Fotheringhay, in

Northamptonshire, which

is currently on Historic

England’s Heritage at

Risk Register.

Fotheringhay is one of

England’s most

celebrated late Gothic

churches and has a

dramatic history. Richard

III was born and Mary

Gayton, St Mary

Queen of Scots

executed in the

neighbouring castle.

In the church itself

are memorials to

two Dukes of York

who were buried

here in the 1400s.

Part of the church


pulled down during

the Dissolution of

the Monasteries.

The church today

attracts more than

3,000 visitors a year

and various

community events

are hosted there. The parish applied,

unsuccessfully, for a grant in the first

round of the Roof Repair Fund. The

£100,000 grant will fund essential

works, enabling the parish to pursue

its vision of introducing improved

facilities for its visitors.

Sir Tony Baldry, Chair of the

Church Buildings Council, said: ‘It is

fantastic that almost 300 more

church buildings will receive

significant help with roof repairs from

the government and we are hugely

grateful to the Chancellor. We now

need to ensure a sustainable way of

funding church buildings in the future

and this is a question to which I hope

the government’s English Churches

and Cathedrals Sustainability Review

will find viable and deliverable


The Fund, administered by the

National Heritage Memorial Fund

(NHMF) on behalf of the Department

for Culture, Media and Sport, was

announced by George Osborne in

the 2014 Autumn Statement and

subsequently extended for a second

round due to heavy oversubscription.

Overall, the Treasury has allocated

£55 million to the scheme.

Successful churches in

Peterborough Diocese were:

Archdeaconry of Northampton

Ashton, St Michael & All Angels

Aston-le-Walls, St Leonard

Bozeat, St Mary the Virgin

Church w Chapel Brampton, St


Clipston, All Saints

Collingtree, St Columba

Cosgrove, St Peter & St Paul

Fawsley, St Mary the Virgin

Gayton, St Mary

Kings Sutton, St Peter & St Paul

Weedon Bec, St Peter & St Paul

Woodford Halse, St Mary the Virgin

Archdeaconry of Oakham

Barnwell, St Andrew w All Saints

Benefield, St Mary the Virgin

Fotheringhay, St Mary & All Saints

Hambleton, St Andrew

Nassington, St Mary the Virgin & All


Newton Bromswold, St Peter

Peterborough, All Saints

Peterborough, St John the Baptist

Rockingham, St Leonard

Rushden, St Mary

Revd Canon Tim Alban Jones, Bishop’s Chaplain writes


eptember is a

time of new

beginnings –

one of many that we

find in the course of

the year. We all know

about the start of the

calendar year in

January (though the

new year used to

begin in March, hence

the Latin names for

September through to

December, meaning

seven, eight, nine and

ten; they do not really make much

sense when we start the counting in

January). We are also familiar with

the start of the tax year in April and

some of us will be accustomed to

the start of the church’s year in

Advent. The new beginning in

September is, of course, to do with

the academic year as schools and

other places of learning open their

doors once again after the long

summer holidays.

Across the country there will be

anxious and proud parents whose

children will be starting school for

the first time or moving up to a new

school. It is a big step and an

important milestone in any child’s

life. But the process of learning is

not confined to our schools, colleges

and universities, nor does it stop

when we leave those

places. Learning is something in


which we are

engaged throughout

our lives, even if not

in the formal setting

of school or college.

In our Christian

journey we are all

involved in the

business of learning.

Sometimes it may

be through formal

instruction, such as

in confirmation

classes, study

groups or sermons.

For some it will be through personal

study, reading the Bible and


Another area of Christian learning

is prayer. It is something that is best

done by experience; the more you

pray the better you will be at it. It is

the best way of aligning our wills

with God’s will. It gives us a chance

to reflect on what is happening in

our lives in the context of God’s plan

and care for each of us. All we need

is the desire to pray and some time

either alone or in groups. It is a

wonderful way of learning about

God and ourselves. It would be

impossible to commend it too highly.

And the thing about prayer is that

we can start afresh every day; we

do not need to wait for the start of

the new school year or even the

start of term. Every day can be a

new beginning with God.

Diocese of Peterborough - Magazine Resource - September 2016

Produced by the Diocesan Office, The Palace, Peterborough PE1 1YB

01733 887000



7.30 TG Town Hall, Russell Attwood ‘The

Pumpkin Man’

Town Diary



BL Russell Attwood (Pumpkins)











7pm Pantomime sign-u[, star Hall

BL Meeting/Fish & chips/Meat raffle

2.30 Mothers Union, Mission Room- an

afternoon with Susan Deacon

1.45 Over 60s Bowls Club - walking with


7pm Taize Service, St Mary’s Church

10am-6pm Ride & Stride

11am PCC Meeting, St Mary’s Church

9.45 Coffee Morning, Bowls Club

1.45 Over 60s Bowls club, Bingo

St Mary’s Church, Flower Festival

Flower Festival Concert, St Mary’s church


Churches Together Quiz Night,

Wesleyan Chapel

21/23 History society Finedon Dried






St Mary’s church Murder Mystery,

Bowls Club

7.30 History Society, Mission

Room, Roy York. Waterloo - the

film industry in Irthlingborough

Memorial Concert for John LH

Bailey MBE



6pm Festal Evensong, St Mary’s Church

7.30 Christian Meditation.


7.30 History Society, Mission

Room AGM


1.45 Over 60s Bowls Club, Quiz & Bring

& buy




7.30 Fashion Show, St Mary’s Church

7.45 Thursday Club, Band Club games


7.30 pm Barn Dance, Community Centre


11am-2pm FIWC Christmas Bazaar

7.00 Mary’ Church Wassail Evening,

Bowls Club



7.30 History Society, Mission Room,

Kevin Varty. The great war through the

magic lantern

9.45 Coffee Morning, Bowls Club



BL Meeting/quiz

BL Branch only Christmas dining



1.45 Over 60s Bowls club, Musical Story

St Michael’s Mission Room, Well Street, Finedon

Available for hire weekdays and Saturdays.

Suitable for most social functions, charitable events, children's parties (no late


For all enquiries and information contact

Bryan & Christine Chapman Tel: 01933 398818


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