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Look back to St Ippolyts Church 900 Years Celebration in 1987

On 11th July 1987 St Ippolyts Church celebrated  900 years. The village held a Pageant to mark the day and these are three photos from the event.

You can see the programme for the day in "About us" History Section of this web site.

 

870711 St Ippolyts Pageant photos

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A Very Happy New Year and may God Bless us All

 

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Jubilate Choir give a wonderful start to Christmas

A big thank you to John Edwards and the Jubilate choir for entertaining us on Sunday afternoon with "Rejoice and be Merry". We were treated to an eclectic mix of different Christmas songs including John's own rendition of Nine Lessons. 

Well done to everyone and thank you to the audience of over 50 that turned out on a cold and blustery afternoon.

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CONCERT BY JUBILATE! CHOIR

 

Sunday 8th December at 2.30pm.

We are delighted to announce that the JUBILATE! Choir, directed by John Edwards, will once again be performing a concert entitled ‘Rejoice and Be Merry’ in St. Ippolyts Church.

It will be a programme of Yuletide music and carols with an opportunity for some audience participation to get you into the mood for Christmas.

Tickets at £6.00 include teatime refreshments.  Please purchase tickets at the door on the evening. 

                                                                                         Mary Hooper

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CAROL SINGING

On Friday 20th December we will once again be carolling our way around the Broad Meadow estate to raise funds for the UK Sepsis Trust.

We meet at Barbara's (1 Ash Drive) at 6.15pm. and work our way around the estate.  All carollers are invited back to Barbara's for mulled wine and mince pies (or squash and biscuits) when we finish.  Everyone is invited to come along and join in, the aim is to enjoy ourselves - we make no pretence at being a choir, so it doesn't matter if your singing voice is not great.  If you love singing carols, we are bound to sing your favourite ones (song sheets are provided).  The more carollers we have the better we sound and young children really enjoy the excitement of being out after dark!  Children of primary school age or younger need to bring their own adult.

If you live on the estate, please listen out for us and be prepared to answer the door to our team of collectors.  For any more information please contact me - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 01462-421647.

                                                                                    Barbara Thomas

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