Hethel Churchyard Mow and Drag Off

6 days to go

Hethel Churchyard Mow and Drag Off

The annual churchyard mow and drag-off starts soon.

It is an annual tea-and-cake-fuelled ritual that has enabled the wildflower churchyard to flourish over the past thirty years

Sundays 12, 19 and 26 September this year from about 2pm, finishing around 5pm, with refreshments served around 3:30pm.

Wymondham Nature Group lead us and provide a lot of person-power but it's important that we who benefit do our bit as well so if you can spare an afternoon, do please come. Rakes and pitchforks provided, just bring yourself, a sense of humour and a bit of energy – it doesn't have to be much.


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Contact Peter for more details - 01508 570557

Harvest Festival with Lunch

2 weeks to go

Harvest Festival with Lunch

Harvest Thanksgiving for Hethel and Bracon Ash will be on 3 October at 11am followed by Harvest Lunch afterwards in the church.

The Jolly Farmers (Forncett St Mary) will deliver a choice of hot dishes as happened very successfully in 2018 and there will be several home-made puddings on offer. Two courses, a glass of wine, tea or coffee afterwards, with reduced prices for children.

Suggested donation shared between church funds and Tear Fund: adults £14.50; children 5—14 £7.50; 4 and under free.

Tickets on sale soon - please contact Peter to book your place at the lunch.

Come to the service and not to lunch, if you like, or lunch but not the service. Obviously we'd encourage both! Giving thanks to God for the abundant life he offers us is at the heart of all that we do here, as is homely hospitality.


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Contact Peter for more details - 01508 570557

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