Wychebrook Group of Churches
A Nice Day Out by the Sea
Community Coach Trip to Weston Super Mare
Join us on a trip to the seaside – open to ALL!
Wednesday 2nd August 2017
Adult £15 Child £12
Pickups - Feckenham The Square 0800
Stoke Prior - Shaw Lane Layby 0820
Wychbold Church - Church Layby 0830
Returning the Sea Side at 6pm
Tickets available from The Village Shop, Feckenham , Stoke Prior Post Office, Stoke Prior/Wychbold/Feckenham School Offices
or from Rev Gary Crellin - 07708 488705
Travel provided by Astons Coaches - Worcester
Tuesday 27th June 2017 - An Invitation
The School and Church are joining forces for a week of fun through singing! We are working with an organisation called ISingPop. They will be working with the children across the whole school to bring to music our Christian values. For further information, look at www.Isingpop.org or check YouTube.
It is going to be a special week. It has had rave reviews from parents and Church of England Schools across the County and beyond and we are so pleased that we can bring ISingPop to Feckenham School! We want you to be involved too.
There will be two concerts on Tuesday 27th June - 2.15pm , and 6.15pm.
You can come and see what the children and staff have been up to, celebrate and join in. These concerts are free to attend as the school and church have covered the costs completely.
The concert is open to all, family friends and ANY ONE from the village - you don't need to be a church goer to see this spectacle! Its not a Shindig do - but it will raise the roof with fun and joy!
Come and enjoy it! Rev Gary Crellin and Mrs J Little, Headteacher
Dementia Friendly Communities
Saturday 17th June 2017
In the church
In conjunction with the Alzheimer's Society and Parish Council, the church will be the venue for a dementia awareness event on Saturday 17th June from 10.00-12.30.
This is a community event - open to all - not just those attending Church. Please spread the word.
Village voluntary, elected representatives and commercial organisations will be invited but the event IS open to all. A speaker will detail how a community can work together to break down the stigma of dementia, how we can help sufferers and carers and what we can do to make our community and environment dementia friendly.