John Chandler  believes that it was Bishop Roger who built Newtown to the south and west of O
It appears that the Atrebates, who were the tribe living in the area at the time of the Roman co
Worrying news that Jim found substantial evidence of woodworm infection in the screen at the alt
The annual thorough spring clean of St Lawrence took place recently.
The funeral of Steve Teversham was held at St Lawrence on 23rd April.
The first of the Sunday cafes took place on May 5th and was considered by all to be a great success.
Attend the service at St Lawrence and join us for lunch in the Reading Room afterwards
A mini Antiques Roadshow involving a glittering list of specialists
Followed by drinks in the Reading Room
Will & Billy Richardson's house on the Durnford Road
The Friends is a Charitable Trust set up to help provide funds for the upkeep of the Church and the Church grounds. Previous generations have done a pretty good job in maintaining the Church of St Lawrence and it behoves us to do a similarly good job so that the generations yet to come can share in its beauty.
Join Billy and Will Richardson for a ceilidh at their house
An event that takes place in several places throughout the village