Flowton WWI commemoration

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.  

Flowton Fete, Sunday 24 June

It’s fete time again. What a roaring success last year’s fete was so we hope you will join us again on Sunday 24 June, between 2-4pm in the churchyard.

  • cream teas
  • cake stall
  • live music
  • book stall, bric-a-brac
  • plant sales
  • *new* games for 2018 
  • Raffle
  • 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.

Carols by Candlelight

Our traditional candlelit service of lessons and carols will be held on Christmas Eve at 6.30pm.

Please note that this is a very popular service, often with standing room only so take your seats early.

Crib service, Christmas Eve, 3pm

As we had so many young children at our carol service last year, this year we are also having a Crib Service on Christmas Eve at 3pm. This will allow anyone that doesn’t want their children to be up at the later carol service an opportunity to join in the Christmas services.

We will build a crib scene in front of the altar with new large and robust figures which the children can handle, and we plan to sing carols and songs that they know as we tell the story and build the crib. Safe LED candles will be used!

The service will last about 30 minutes and biscuits and juice will be available afterwards.