Cadmore End May 01, 2024

The Church of St. Mary Le Moor – May Services & Events    

Sun. 5th May11.00 a.m.             Holy Communion &                                         Rev. Philip Smith

Banns for Anna Gray and Ray Hanson

Sun. 12th May 11.00 a.m.             Holy Communion                                            Rev. Philip Smith

Banns for Anna Gray and Ray Hanson

Sun. 19th May 11.00 a. m.             Holy Communion                                             Rev. Peter Viney

Banns for Anna Gray and Ray Hanson

Sun. 26th May 11.00 a.m.             Holy Communion                            Rev. Mark Ackford leading,

Licenced Lay Minister Judy Taylor preaching.

The Sun. 28th  Bluebell walk was a great success which, despite the pouring rain, attracted many walkers who contributed £210 towards the village hall funds.  Particular thanks go to our resident Sherpa, David Simpson and all the cake makers and helpers that made it all possible.

Future Church Events -

Tues 7th May 10.30 a.m. to 12.00 p.m. - Coffee and Chat and Bring-and-Buy in the Church.

Thurs. 9th May at 7.30p.m. - the Cadmore End Residents Association AGM in the Cadmore End village hall.  David Hewitt, our secretary, will send out an agenda some days before the event, including a reminder about track subscriptions for the coming year with bank transfer details.

Sat. 11th May 9.30a.m. - the annual village tidy.  Refreshments are planned for both events.

Fri. 14th June 07.30 for 08.00 p.m. - Concert* in the Church - wine & soft drinks before & during the interval + raffle (surplus proceeds to the Nave Roof Fund).  Tickets - £15 (including a drink and nibbles) available through or 07804 946236

BACS: Cadmore End PCC (or St Mary le Moor Church)      Sort code: 30-94-28   Account: 01432358

*The Sepia Tone Folk Collective is a duo with Richard Knight (singer, writer and composer of all their original music) plays guitar, piano and harmonica) and sings harmonised vocals with Lucy Amos, lead vocalist and percussionist.  The band’s influences are the folk, blues and rock n’ roll scenes from the 1920s to the present day.

Planning -  Cricket Field - it is now expected that the planning application will shortly go live on the Wycombe District Council planning portal.

Community Matters Foodbank, Trinity Church, Lane End - Barbara Ewing’s (Community Matters organiser) latest message: “..delighted with….your very generous amount of donations last week... We were particularly low on food so your tins, toiletries, cereals, biscuits and wonderful selection of fresh bread, butter, cheese and meats were most welcomed. …..We have several families with serious health problems who need some extra care and support.  Many of them do not have transport so we have 2 volunteers who deliver the bags to their doors.

Other matters - there are two upcoming meetings of Lane End Parish Council:

Tuesday 7th May 19.00 hours -  AnnualMeeting at Rackleys Chiltern Hills. Meet Parish Councillors and refreshments from 19.00 hours; meeting starts 19.30pm.

Monday 13th May 19.30 hours - Monthly Meeting at Cadmore End Village Hall.

The Council were recently fully supportive of our request for funds regarding the replacement of the village hall boiler and may consider favourably our church’s request for a contribution to the church nave roof project.  A good representation by Cadmore Enders will be much appreciated.

Tanya Sims

Church Warden

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