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October 1935 photographed by Emeny Family Photos of Felixstowe

From October 1935 photographed by Emeny Family Photos of Felixstowe

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    September Events

    • Coffee Inn at the Church - Thursdays 8.30-11.30
      • 13th Collecting for air ambulance
      • 27th MacMillann collection
    • 13th Thursday - Bingo Village Hall 8pm
    • 15th 10 AM Ladies that Brunch - £10
    • 17th Parish Council meeting 7.30 PM Village Hall £3 including refreshments
    • 20th 8 PM Cinema - The Guernsey Literacy and Potato Peel Society
    • 21st Third Friday Inn 7.30 PM

    Future events

    • 5th October - Quiz Night 8 PM Village Hall
    • 13th October - Men's Breakfast 8.30 am Village Hall
    • 19th October - Third Friday Inn
    • 11th November Remembrance Service 10.45 AM
    • 17th November - Dance at Village Hall 7.30 PM - two Live Bands Kip and Vorte

     

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    DANCE WITH LIVE BAND

    Saturday 17th November

    KIO and VORTE

    STONHAM ASPAL VILLAGE HALL
    DOOR OPEN FROM 7.30PM
    BAR   RAFFLE

    Tickets £8.50 Family £25 (2 adults + 2 children under 16) £5 per extra child

    For Further deatails or tickets please contact 
    Bob Pratt 01449 711393
    Maria Tydeman 01449 711530
    Sue Turnbull 01449 711250
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    What's on at Stonham Aspal Church in September

    2nd Sun 9.30am Holy Communion

     

    6th Thur 10-11.30am Coffee Inn

                   7pm Home group – Helen’s house, Coddenham

     

    8th Sat Ride and Stride – Suffolk Historic Churches

     

    9th Sun 9.30am Education Sunday – Worship for All

     

    13th Thur 8.50-11.30am  Coffee Inn – East Anglian Air Ambulance

                   7pm Home group venue TBA

     

    15th Sat 10am Ladies Brunch at Greenacre

     

    16th Sun 9.30am Sung Communion

     

    20th Thur 8.50-11.30am  Coffee Inn

                    7pm Homegroup venue TBA

     

    23rd Sun 9.30pm Evensong

     

    27th Thur 8.50-11.30am Coffee Inn – MacMillan

                    7pm Homegroup venue TBA

     

    30th Sun 10am 8 Parish Holy Communion Hemingstone

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    AUGUST BANK HOLIDAY WEEKEND

    Sat 25th & Sun 26th

    10am to 3pm

    Stonham Aspal Village Hall

    Lunches will be served with tea, coffee and cakes available. Plants Bric-a Brac , wood turner and book stall.

    In aid of Church Funds

     

     

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    LADIES THAT BRUNCH SAT 15TH SEPT

    Greenacre, Debenham Road, Stonham Aspal

    On the menu:

    Fresh Fruit salad, Fruit Juice

    Bacon, Egg, Sausage, Black

    pudding, Tomato, Beans,

    Mushrooms

    Toast, Jam, Marmalade

    Pastries

    Tea, Coffee, Herbal Teas

     Seats can be reserved on receipts of £10 Ticket money, please contact me on alexjenkson@btopenworld.com,

    or 01449 711393 specifying any dietary needs.

     Profits from social events at ‘Greenacre’ this year are all going to the Church repair fund. It is wonderful that the immediate repairs have now been completed but this still leaves many identified items from the Quinquennial report still to attend to in the future. As with any ancient building something else is always cropping up and the repair fund is now depleted.

    Your support in keeping this listed village building in good maintenance is appreciated enormously.

     The final Bruch of the year will take place on the 3rd November.

    Looking forward to welcoming friends old and new.

     

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    POPPIES FOR REMEMBRANCE SERVICE

    We invite you as individuals, as families or as groups to bring together your talents to make poppies. These will be hung around the Church for the Remembrance service on the 11th November 10.45am.

    They can be made from paper, cardboard, knitted, felt any medium you like, any size.
    For more details contact Liz 01449 711365 or Alex 01449 711393. Any completed poppies can be brought and left at the back of Stonham Aspal church. 
    If you would like to collect your poppy when the decorations have been taken down, please ensure your name is fixed firmly on to each poppy.
    We look forward to seeing your creative work.
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