We’ll post most details for each event nearer the time, but here’s a quick rundown of the events coming up at Foston for the next few months: 12-13 December 2015: Christmas Tree Festival 20 December 2015: Christmas Carol Concert 18 January 2016: … Continue reading
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Popular local singers Style are back at the church for a concert on Saturday 5 September. It promises to be a very enjoyable evening. If you’d like a ticket or more details, please send us an email.
Just a quick reminder that the annual Flower Festival is this weekend. It’s on from 10.30 until 5.00 on Saturday and Sunday, and 10.30 until 4.00 on Monday. There will be a Service on Sunday at 9.15. As well as … Continue reading
We’re holding our annual Flower Festival over the weekend of Saturday 13 – Monday 15 June. The Festival runs 10.30am – 5pm on Saturday and Sunday, then 10.30am – 4pm on Monday. It’s one of the biggest events in the Foston … Continue reading
The Friends’ Annual General Meeting will be held at the Church on 7 May 2015 at 7.30pm. All Friends are cordially invited.
Those of you who saw the last blog post about the Almeys in Foston might wonder what the connection to Waterloo is. Well, while researching his family tree, David Woolerton found that some his family members who fought at Waterloo … Continue reading
One of the joys in running this site is the correspondence from people who are researching their family tree. One such recent email was from David Woolerton, who is descended from the Almeys: Elizabeth, John and William are all buried … Continue reading
After the success of last year’s event, we have arranged for a meal to be held at Dine India in Countesthorpe on Monday 26 January at 7pm: The format will be as previously and you are very welcome to join … Continue reading
Merry Christmas to you from all at Saint Bartholomew’s. We hope you have a wonder-filled, peaceful day. Just to remind you, our Christmas Day Holy Communion starts at 9.15 on the 25th, but it can get very busy, so you … Continue reading
Thank you to everyone who came to the Christmas Tree Festival, whether as a volunteer, tree decorator or visitor: the church looked lovely. Here are a few pictures taken by David & Ros Holmes.