Don’t forget our harvest dates here in Flowton:
Wednesday 10th October is World Mental Health Day.
A Flowton family are raising money for a charity that supports the mental health of young people, Young Minds UK, by holding a cake sale at Elmsett Post Office. Please pop along and support them. Details in the link below:
Many many thanks to all who came and supported the church fete again this year. We were blessed with gorgeous weather this after several rainy years and we were entertained in the sunshine with some new games this year. As usual the tea/cake/cream teas sold well.
We raised over £750 for church funds – thank you.
A commemoration for WWI will be held in Flowton church on Saturday 15 September at 6pm. It will include the stories of the two Flowton men who were killed in action in 1918 and we will be joined by the choir singing songs of the time.
Also included are an exhibition of WWI weapons and memorabilia and a chance to find out able Flowton and the surrounding area in 1918.
If you wish to contribute or find out more, contact Terry Lock.
- cream teas
- cake stall
- live music
- book stall, bric-a-brac
- plant sales
- *new* games for 2018
- face painting and more!
Any offers for help in advance should be directed to Margaret Laflin or Diana Fawcus.
Proceeds to St Mary’s Church, with 10% to St. Elizabeth’s Hospice.
Flowton Road in Somersham is closed due to road subsidence until Summer 2018.
The story even featured on BBC Radio 2’s Jeremy Vine show (listen from 1h30m)
The Easter craft workshop and coffee morning is once again held in Church and is not limited to crafts for children!! All welcome to join us for crafts, coffee and chat from 10am – 12noon in Church.
Join us for a Spring Festival, including remembrance and thanksgiving to all those remembered in the Church’s memorial window.
4pm, in church for readings, hymns, poetry and music. All welcome.