Cadmore End News; October.

news Oct 01, 2022

Brass Band Concert.

Over 70 people, both from within the Village and many from further afield, attended a very successful and enjoyable Brass Band Concert (a first?)  by “Quintessential Brass” held in the church on Friday 23rd Sept. We were treated to an eclectic mix of musical numbers ranging from the Renaissance to present day Contemporary. We are indebted to Simon Davie the Compere, to Bea Taylor from Stokenchurch who was instrumental in organising it together with Janet, Carolyn and Tanya from The Village.The Net profit which will go to towards the Church Roof Fund was in excess of £650(after payment to the Band) Excellent! and many thanks to all involved.

Forthcoming Events

Friday 30th Sept. 6.00 pm in the church; Bryan Edgley’s book launch “The changing pattern of  Farming 1912-2020” Talk in the church. Thereafter in The Village Hall. You will also have the opportunity to purchase copies of the book for £25, all royalties will be donated in equal share to the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institute (RABI) and the William Scott Abbott Trust. A farming colleague of Bryan's, Simon Swerling from Chalfont St Giles, will be chairing the event. The book runs to nearly 300 pages and is very professionally produced, full of black and white and colour photos of the village both past and present and with a forward by our local MP Steve Baker.

Tuesday Oct 4th. 10.30 Coffee Morning in the Church

Church Services. October.

30th September, School Harvest Festival a.m

· Oct 2nd11.00 Harvest Festival; Rev Mark Ackford. With Holy Communion.

·             6.00 pm Harvest Thanksgiving. Rev Peter Viney. Followed by Harvest Supper in the Village Hall. BYOB. Tickets £10 pp from Nora 01494 482859 or Tanya 01494 880860.Please do let them know if you are planning on coming …we hope you are…it is always a most enjoyable “Village Evening”.

Oct 9th. 11.00 Holy Communion. Rev Peter Viney

16th. 1100. Holy Communion. Rev Lucy Austin

23rd. 11.00 Holy Communion. Rev Philip Smith

Community Matters; Delivery dates for October are Friday 7thand 21st. Please continue to leave donations in the Church or church porch on the Thursday before or up to 10am on the Friday. Our contributions are becoming unarguably more necessary and appreciated in the existing financial climate…Should anyone wish to make their own individual cash contribution Bank details for Community matters as follows;

Barclays Bank ;

Account Name;  Community Matters

Sort Code  20-40-71.Account number 53787737

From Barbara Ewing Lane End Organiser “Last week at Friday, Saturday foodbank we helped some very tearful families with modest sums of money to pay their utility bills, school clothes and 1 foodbank man had to go to Moorfields since he is losing his sight in 1 eye. It is a serious situation but he hopes he will be able to continue work even with 1 eye. We paid for his train journey up to London since they are seriously struggling with money and paying council tax arrears.”.

Tanya Sims

Church Warden

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