Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, we have sadly had to cancel the Flower Festival for 2020. We hope to be back for 2021. We have also had to postpone the Friends of Foston AGM. We’ll post details of the new … Continue reading
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Due to the outbreak of coronavirus, all regular Communion services are cancelled until further notice. The AGM and Flower Festival are under review: more news nearer the time.
Dine India evening Provisionally 2 March 2020 Dina India, Countesthorpe We have provisionally arranged for the “Dine India” event to be held on 2nd March 2020. The actual date will be announced once booked. Tickets will be then available from … Continue reading
Thank you to everyone who took part and made this year’s Christmas Tree Festival such a success. Thank you also to Gerard Lowe for these photos of the Festival.
Christmas Tree Festival 7-8 December We’re holding our annual festival over the weekend when the church will be decorated with Christmas trees. Click here for details. Festive calendar for services at Foston The Annual Carol Concert will be held on … Continue reading
This popular event is being held again this year from 10 am – 4.30 pm on each day. There will be musical performances, as well as the Christmas trees themselves. There will also be refreshments available and a raffle. With regard … Continue reading
A big thank you to Gerard Lowe for sending these photos from this year’s Flower Festival. You can let the slideshow below play, or you can click on any of the images to take a closer look.
We’re holding our annual Flower Festival over the weekend of Saturday 8 – Monday 10 June. It’s one of the biggest events in the Foston calendar when the church will be decorated with beautiful flower arrangements courtesy of local people … Continue reading
The Friends of Foston Annual General Meeting will be held at the church at 8 pm on 1 May 2019. All Friends are cordially invited.
One of the most popular parts of this website is the database of graves in the churchyard. It changes very little: in fact, several of the graves have been unchanged for centuries. Occasionally, however, a change is made to an … Continue reading