Despite the weather forecast, we had a beautifully sunny day for our Re:fresh annual BBQ on Sunday 18th September. More than 30 of us enjoyed burgers, sausages, salads and delicious puds, sitting in the sunshine outside Charing Church Barn. The kids played, the adults talked and a good time was had by all. Continue reading
Cruse Bereavement Care is a charity that offers people vital support to those suffering bereavement. The Ashford and Dover/Shepway branches of Cruse Bereavement Care was recently merged to form the new South Kent Area. Cruse South Kent is bidding for a substantial grant from NatWest Community Force, but it needs your vote!
To cast your vote for Cruse South Kent to help them win a substantial grant from NatWest Community Force, follow this link: http://communityforce.natwest.com/project/2347 (closing date is 23rd October) Continue reading
In Charing Heath they have managed what not even medieval alchemists dared to dream of; they have managed to turn cottage pie into, well if not gold then certainly, money for Holy Trinity, Charing Heath, church funds anyway. As Sheila Finn-Kelcey reports: Continue reading
A coffee morning to raise money for Macmillan at Charing’s Church Barn on Friday morning (23rd September) has been a great success.
The coffee morning was part of Macmillan Cancer Support’s ‘World’s Biggest Coffee Morning‘ and received great support from across the local community. The event pulled in close to 100 people and raised over £700. Continue reading
The World’s Biggest Coffee Morning is Macmillan Cancer Support’s biggest fundraising event and we’re joining in to raise money for this magnificent charity in Charing.
Our coffee morning is all about raising money for Macmillan and will take place 10am to midday on Friday 23rd September at Charing Church Barn. Continue reading
Charing Primary School are holding a very special service at 1.15pm on Wednesday 28th September to plant two trees in memory of Sheila Cowdry and Maureen Webb and the amazing contribution they made to the school over the years.
It would be lovely if as many people from the village community can attend to honour and celebrate these two amazing women.
Tea and coffee will be served, and we are hoping that the service will take place outside… The Rev. Richard King has kindly agreed to lead the proceedings.
In response to requests, the Family Services at Egerton will revert to the slightly more formal style of worship. This is not to say that laptops, projectors and screens will be seen no more, but Bertie Basset will have to stay in his cupboard – although any little one being extra-good in Church is still welcome to take him home for the week! Puzzled? Come and join us at 9:30am on third Sundays