Cadmore End News February 2024

news Feb 04, 2024

Hope you are enjoying signs of Spring with Snowdrops appearing and thrushes singing!

Church Services

Sun 4th Feb 11.00am Holy Communion-Rev Mark Ackford

Sun 11th Feb 11.00am Holy Communion-Rev Lucy Austin

Sun 18th Feb 11.00am Holy Communion-Rev Peter Viney

Sun 25th Feb 11.00am Holy Communion-Rev Philip Smith

Lent Observance-Wednesdays in Lent 7.30 to 7.30pm. Feb 21st, 28th. March 6th, 13th20th, 27th.  A short reflection on stories from the Old Testament expressed through Art followed by Compline.

Planning Applications for The Cricket Field and Post Box Paddock have not yet been dealt with by Wycombe District Council.

Pop Up Pub  on Fri 26th January-50+ attended this event and enjoyed good food, good food, chat, laughter, music from the Marlow Ukulele Band and singing! A very successful evening which raised £625 for Village Funds.  Our thanks to the organisers.

A Service of Thanksgiving for the life of Nigel King was held in the Church on the 1st February followed by refreshments in the Village Hall was attended by about 80 people.  Nigel and Sandra lived for 34 Years in this village and their daughters grew up here.

Community Matters, Lane End Foodbank and Support Team.

The Donations from Cadmore End are greatly appreciated.  The dates for our next two deliveries are Friday 16th February and Friday 15th March.  Please leave your contributions un the church or church porch on the Thursday before or up to 10.00am on the Friday.  The report below shows how the support team distributes donations:

“Over this past week (Thursday, Friday Saturday) Barbara Ewing and Lucy Smith and the small team of volunteers invited 22 families to our foodbank.  Altogether we now help 25 families or households who have been referred to us.  As always, the families come in separately to choose the items they like best and then sit with us by a warm radiator in the church to tell us their news and stories, many of which are difficult emotionally to hear.  But we are good listeners and give them empathy, some financial help if needed, sometimes a prayer, and big hugs as they leave.  Those who do not have transport are then driven home with their heavy bags by our 2 volunteers.

Future Events

Tues 5th February Coffee and Chat in Church 10.30 to noon.

Tanya Sims

Church Warden

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