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NEW EVENTS 2017
CIRENCESTER COMMUNITY CHOIR
Present an Evening of Yuletide Song at Cirencester Ashcroft Church
Thursday December 14th At 7.30pm.
Entrance Fee £5.00 to include Hot Mince Pies and Fruit Punch (or Tea and Coffee)
Children under 12 Free
This year we are raising funds for The Food Bank
To reserve tickets please contact: Vicky Sweeney 07593833943
PREVIOUS EVENTS 2016
HERITAGE OPEN DAY SATURDAY 9 SEPTEMBER 10am - 4pm
On Saturday between 10am and 4pm the Church will be open.
This year we are focussing on user groups in the church and we do have a reasonable number of groups represented as well as floral and banner displays,
children's activities and refreshments for sale. There should also be some music provided by the Guitar Ensemble and possibly recordings of the Community Choir.
There will be notice boards, leaflets and displays.
GLOUCESTERSHIRE HISTORIC CHURCHES:
Ride & Stride in aid of Gloucestershire Historic Churches also takes place on Saturday, 9th September.
This year car divers can also take part. For more information or a sponsor form, see Liz Hicks or phone her on 651088.
THURSDAY DECEMBER 15 2016 8PM - CIRENCESTER COMMUNITY CHOIR CONCERT
On Thursday December 15 2016 at 8pm, Cirencester Community Choir hold an evening of Yuletide Song.
Hot Mince Pies and Fruit Punch (or Tea and Coffee) were served.
Retiring Collection Supported Ashcroft Church Chair Challenge
SATURDAY 10 SEPTEMBER 2016 - HERITAGE OPEN DAY
There were displays of Paintings, Models, embroidery and tapestry, quilting, photographs, handmade cards and boxes, bulb planting for children, model railway and much more!
FRIDAY 23 SEPTEMBER 2016 - MCMILLIAN COFFEE MORNING AND SALE
Cakes were served with Hot Drinks and there was a sale with a varity of items to be purchased.
FRIDAY 19 AUGUST 2016
The Cirencester Language Cafe at Ashcroft hosted a Charity Coffee Morning and Sale on behalf of Guide Dogs for the Blind. £ 170.84 was raised. Thanks to everyone that helped.