We are holding this event on the second Saturday of July, August and September. That is 8th July, 12th August and 9th September!
The church will be open from 2pm to 4pm for tea and coffee, scones, cream and jam, or jam and cream. You decide which comes first!
A chance to step aside and sit somewhere quiet and peaceful to enjoy conversation with friends and family in this beautiful ancient church.
There is no price rise, it will be the same as last year only £3!
The September teas will be special as there will be displays of weddings in your church. If you or family have been married in the church and you have a photo or piece of memorabilia you would be prepared to share please contact Sue Essex on 0116 260 7273.
For the future we are thinking of gathering information from the 20th Century in Syston, particularly in the church. If you have any memories, photos or memorabilia you might like to share please contact Felicity Austin on 0116 269 2543.
Craft and Chat
Something new every Wednesday in the Church Hall, Lower Church Street between 2pm and 4pm. A friendly drop in for a social afternoon.
Refreshments are provided, and, if you wish, bring your own crafting projects with you, your knitting, crochet, beading, or embroidery or simply come and chat.
We are hoping that in the August edition of Syston Town News we will be able to announce that Syston, St Peter & St Paul’s Parish combined with the Parish of East Goscote, St Hilda will have appointed a new priest to live in the Rectory in Upper Church Street and work in the two parishes.
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