Hot and cold drinks to follow.
Cathy Grove and I went down to the Nature Reserve yesterday and spotted lots of interesting plants:
and some creatures:
and a memorial bench:
Join us for Sea Sunday on 8th July at 3 pm. There will be hymns, scripture readings and poetry all about the sea; and a few salty words from Revd Margaret Stark…
Hello, everyone. Spring has come at last, or at least, some wild flowers are bravely waving their heads above ground. I took my camera down to the Eastern Paddock early yesterday morning and took some photos. I was delighted at the number of cowslips and primroses, plus some hybrids of the two – cowroses or primslips? Quite a few dog violets; one or two selfheal plants; ground ivy; much of a short creamy grass; and blackthorn in the hedgerows. And of course the ubiquitous celandine.
Richard Boothby plays Telemann
Sunday, 24th June at 6 pm
Richard Boothby will perform a selection of Telemann’s newly discovered solo fantasias for viola da gamba in the beautiful deconsecrated church, St Lawrence at Lavernock.
Please join us for a glass of wine, some cheese and beautiful music performed by this most celebrated of viol players.
This will be a very intimate event with only 35 spaces available. Tickets can be bought at Griffin Books on Windsor Terrace in Penarth, on Eventbrite and if there are any left, on the door. Bringing a cushion to sit on is recommended!
Please note that entry to the Exhibition is free and tea and coffee will be available.
Do come to our Hour of Remembrance on Sunday, 12th November at 3pm. Hymns, candles, poetry and thoughts… Tea and coffee afterwards.
Hi, everyone, you might like to listen to Robert Davies on my latest podcast. He founded VCS in 1964 and has been involved in community work ever since: www.mixcloud.com/margaretmeets