Organ & Voice Recital, Saturday 17th June

Arun Silva is a first year undergraduate studying Music at the University of Kent. He is a classically trained organist and singer performing with the University of Kent choir (Medway) and externally. He trained in piano, organ and voice at Charterhouse School, Godalming performing with three choirs during his time there. He has toured with the choirs and performed at several events in the UK and abroad. For more about Arun visit his website.

The recital programme will cover classical repertoire and some other favourites including an arrangement of the Game of Thrones theme and songs from musicals. . This is an open recital – all are welcome.

The recital supports the Eikon Charity. Eikon supports the wellbeing, resilience and aspirations of young people in Surrey Heath and across Surrey. Eikon’s work ranges from open youth clubs, to intensive support for some of the most vulnerable young people in our schools, families, and local neighbourhoods. Eikon is one of Surrey’s leading charities in young people’s mental health.

All funds raised from donations will go to Eikon – so please share and donate!

To donate online to Eikon visit the Eikon Website

FAQs

What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Parking is available outside the church along the road. Please do not obscure any entrances. The church is about a 20 min walk from the Bagshot train station (Southwest Trains) via the A30.

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

No all are welcome!

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Email queries to recitals@silvamedia.net

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No – we ask people to register in order to keep track of attendee numbers.

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/organ-voice-recital-arun-silva-tickets-33028674655

Family Teatime Service at St Anne’s Church

A message from St Anne’s
“Next Sunday (22 Nov) our long-awaited Teatime Service will start.   We will gather at 4pm and the service will begin at 4.15pm,
run for approx. 30 minutes and afterwards we will gather in the Church Centre for Cake and Pizza.

This service is for all ages, but especially for families and those young at heart.

Curious? Come along and have a look!

It will take place every month on the 2nd and 4th Sunday at 4pm.”

Another Excuse for a Bagshot Party!

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Date for your diary …..

Bagshot Events along with St Anne’s Church will be organising an event to celebrate HM Queen Elizabeth II becoming the longest reigning monarch of the UK/GB on 9th September 2015  –

History lesson …
Victoria of the United Kingdom 20 June 1837 to 22 January 1901 23,226 days 63 years, 216 days
Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom 6 February 1952 Present (today) 23,109 days 63 years, 98 days and counting

9th September falls midweek so we are looking at Sunday 13th September – as QEII is Head of the Church of England – there will be a short church service followed by a ‘Right Royal Do’!

So keep the flags flying in Bagshot and watch this space. Valerie White and Tina Carney will keep you posted!!StAnneLogo240

News from St Anne’s

Marie Curie Fields of Hope

In the autumn the local fundraising group for Marie Curie Cancer Care will plant a Field of Hope in the grounds of St Anne’s Church, Church Road. If you would like to donate money to buy bulbs in memory of a loved one then please print the  order form attached and return it to St Anne’s Church Office, 45 Church Road, Bagshot. If we are closed, please put it through the letter box.  Thank you.

Sandhurst Military Wives Choir

We are very excited because Sandhurst Military Wives Choir is coming to St Anne’s on Saturday 30th May at 7.30pm. perhaps you would like to come and join us? Tickets are £8 and include a glass of wine/soft drink. Tickets are available at the door.

Lynne Cowley
Parish Administrator
01276 850576 StAnneLogo240

St. Anne’s Macmillan Coffee Morning raises £660!

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We would like to thank everyone who supported the Macmillan Coffee Morning held in St Anne’s church centre in memory of Bruce Shepherd.  It was the 9th year St Anne’s has hosted the event and despite there being several other such events locally we raised a total of £660 as well as having a thoroughly enjoyable morning catching up with friends.
See you all next year with best wishes Brenda & Jo.

St Anne’s Harvest Festival

harvest-poster-bagshot-2014Harvest Festival at St.Anne’s Church Church Road, Bagshot Sunday 5th October at 10am
Your gifts of pasta, rice, tinned fruit, tinned meat or fish, coffee, sugar, breakfast cereals, cooking sauces, will go to the Besom food bank, helping those in real need in this area.