From E-cops 23 November 2016

Sometime between Saturday 19th and Tuesday 22nd a shed was broken into in Common Road, Weston Colville. Tools stolen from the shed were used to steal a small amount of oil from the tank in the garden. Read More…

From E-cops 11 November 2016

Between 6th 10:00 & 11th 09:00 Hayter Close, West Wratting unknown offender(s) have accessed the aggrieved’s shed by breaking off handles and padlock. They have taken a number of items from the shed, amounting to almost £2,000. Read More…

St Andrew’s West Wratting Roof Fund

The campaign to raise funds to repair the roof of St Andrew’s church before the worst of the winter weather sets in is gaining momentum. We have set up a webpage through which donations can be made:  https://mydonate.bt.com/events/roof/363752. Donations made through this site will benefit from gift aid. More details and acknowledgements at http://westwratting.org.uk/church-2/st-andrews-west-wratting-roof-fund-plans-future/

St Andrew’s West Wratting Plans for the Future

There will be an open tea and cake event on Sunday 6 November, 4-5pm. This is a social gathering (with no service) to find out people’s ideas about how to make the church more of a hub and centre for the whole community Read More…

‘We don’t talk about this sort of thing’ Mon 3 October Meadow School Balsham

A discussion with broadcaster Libby Purves, Rev Prof Alasdair Coles and the Bishop of Huntingdon 7.00pm (talk will start at 7.30pm) Meadow School, Balsham. Another event in the Parish Nurse series.

Sponsored Ride, Drive and Stride for Churches, Saturday 10 September

From 10 am to 6 pm cycle, drive or walk around Cambridgeshire’s churches or chapels to raise money for the church or chapel of your choice. Contact Linda Gorman on 290653 or see www.camhct.uk for more information

St Andrew’s Roof Fund Update

St Andrew’s PCC wants to update everyone with what is happening about the church roof, following the theft of a large portion of lead from its roof in April. Read More…

Services at St Andrew’s

From Linda Gorman: We would love to have members of the congregation read at these services.  You don’t need to have specific experience, and we would welcome both children and adults to do this.