Latest News from Pulloxhill
Below you will find details of some of the latest news about our Church community. Older articles can be found in our News Archive.
News and Events elsewhere in the Benefice can be found from their Home Pages.
As usual the church was decorated beautifully and the act of remembrance outside was very well attended, with representatives from the Royal British Legion. A traditional service followed and the collection of £145 was split between the Royal British Legion and Help for Heroes charities.
We are delighted to once again take part in the Samaritan’s Purse Christmas Shoe Box Appeal. The boxes were blessed by Simon at our service on 6th November. This year we understand that three quarters of the shoeboxes, packed with gifts for children, will be sent to Ukraine and we hope it brings some cheer
The weather was perfect, the artwork was beautiful and the food and beverages were excellent, but the ‘icing on the cake’ was the friendly atmosphere with lots of old friends and new faces coming along to socialise and enjoy the bank holiday sunshine and a leisurely lunch or tea. A hugely successful weekend which raised
Keeping in the shade Simon and Louise hosted a lovely tea party in the vicarage garden on 24th July – pictured with a group of Pulloxhill friends enjoying the tea, cake and sunny weather. Earlier they visited Pulloxhill church for the Social Sunday gathering which was held outside in the shade.
The weather was warm but we still welcomed a good number of visitors to our coffee morning on 16th July. Bacon baps and cake were consumed, raffle and lucky dip prizes were won, the quiz was pondered over. But the highlight of the morning was meeting Simon and Louise, our new vicars, who joined us
The weekend celebrating the Platinum Jubilee of HM Queen Elizabeth II was a true Pulloxhill community event with large numbers attending the various celebrations. In the church we were blessed with a fascinating selection of memorabilia loaned by residents for the occasion and open for viewing on the afternoons of 2nd and 3rd June. Tea,
The year marches on and on 15th May the Annual Vestry Meeting and Annual Parishioners Church Meeting were held in the Church after Sunday worship. It was good to hear from Paddy Schofield who leads the Church Hall Management Team about the work they have been doing this last year. The PCC appreciate very much