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A date for diary - ST IPPOLYTS CHURCH QUIZ NIGHT 28th September

We sold out quickly last year so make sure you reserve a table from either Jane Veasey 01462 434254 or Mary Hooper This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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PAX

PAX

If you have anything you would like to share with our communities, please feel free to email it to me.  Thank you.

Material for the September issue of Pax should reach me  15th August 2024, please. Or given to Rosemary Stratton by 12th August. Thank you.

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COLIN FROSTICK MOLE (Grave 51, New Churchyard)

COLIN FROSTICK MOLE 

(Grave 51, New Churchyard) 

I have been assisting Michael Mac Cartney who is researching the 2nd World War.

Our Monumental Inscriptions booklet 1988 refers to Colin, husband of Gwendoline Mole, died 31 Aug. 1942, also wife Gwendoline died 30 Dec. 1969 aged 62.  

Our A Parish Remembers – Ippollitts book includes Mrs Margaret McMurtie created the Roll of Honour that hangs in the Tower, and it refers to Organist after C F Mole’s name and wonder whether he was organist at our church. Does anyone know?

They also had a daughter Sheila A Mole. Does anyone have any info about her? 

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FRIENDS OF ST IPPOLYTS CHURCH - Coffee Morning

FRIENDS OF ST IPPOLYTS CHURCH

Friends are holding their Community Coffee Morning on Wednesdays 3rd July and 7th August from 10.30am till noon. All are welcome to join us at St Ippolyts Parish Hall Committee Room. We are always pleased to see our local friends and if anyone would like a lift, please 'phone Joan Pinkstone on 01462 457660

Frances Williams, Carol Scott, Joan Pinkstone

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ST IPPOLYTS CHURCH PLANT SALE - Sunday 19th May

We were blessed with wonderful weather, a great variety of plants and lots of customers, many of whom stayed to enjoy a piece of cake and a cuppa.

We would like to say a big thank you to all the helpers and to everyone who donated plants or cakes and to everybody who turned up on the day to support and to help us raise a fantastic £800.

The leftover plants were not wasted, and the school were able to sell some and to plant some in the school gardens

Fund Raising Committee

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