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Year of Celebration

Come and join in - a year to celebrate together

In 1318 the first known vicar of St Andrew's (Geoffrey de Boton) began his work. The 700th anniversary celebrations are under way!

2018 also marks the 25th anniversary of the New Church building.

Throughout the year there will be exhibitions, music, food and much more. This is a time for the whole Eaton community to join in.

Highlights for October and November

The Thursday Celebration café has reopened in the church hall after the summer break. Please note the new time of 10.30am – 12.30pm each Thursday during the autumn/winter period. Why not pop in for a drink, a piece of cake and a chat. There will also be a chance to try your hand at some seasonal craft projects.

18-21 October - ‘Truth and Beauty’ - exhibition of flowers and paintings by some of our finest local artists

Sunday 11 November 10am - This year the Remembrance Day Service will be followed at 10.45 for 11 am by the Act of Remembrance at the War Memorial on Newmarket Road, commemorating the centenary of the 1918 Armistice

Sunday 11 November 6.30pm - Memorial Service to give thanks for those we have loved but not forgotten

Saturday 17 November 7pm for 7.30 - Tearfund Big Quiz, celebrating another anniversary: a quiz night with fish and chips supporting the work of relief agency Tearfund, to celebrate its 50th anniversary

Sunday 18 November 7pm - the Eaton Parishes Choir in concert, conducted by Neil Ricketts (Duruflé Requiem, Haydn Te Deum, John Rutter Gloria ...)

30 November to 3 December - Eaton Then and Now: a fascinating exhibition in pictures and words celebrating the local history of our Eaton Community.

Please keep checking the website and notice boards for more information. 

 

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