The Lantern February/March 2018
St Peterâ€™s will be holding a Plant and Book sale at the end of May and once again I would like to ask everyone if they can plant and grow on some seeds for us to sell at the sale, or to donate some of the surplus plants they have grown. I know last year we had some super, strong cosmos plants from Jim and some lovely, healthy, young tomato plants from Ian, to name but two individuals.
Just last week I bought my first few packets of seeds, and yes sweet peas were among them These like the others I chose need to be planted in February. Some seeds like cosmos will need pricking out when they begin to grow, others like the sweet peas will only be planted a few to a plant pot where they can remain until they are put in the garden. Last year I also bought little plug geranium plants from a local supermarket and repotted these and nurtured them into bigger and stronger plants which sold really well.
Planting and watching seeds grow is a delight and doesnâ€™t take much space and time; a warm window sill and a few pots, plus plenty of TLC and Bob is your uncle. As a child I used to be the sweet pea grower because, as my father said, my finger was just the right size to make the hole for each seed to be popped into, then my job was merely to water regularly and watch the little plants grow, a wonder and a delight, which never vanishes no matter how old I become.
So please if you have the time and inclination will you grow some plants for us to sell in May? Maybe your children or grandchildren would like to help as little hands are a really useful size and it is great to share the wonder of creation. Jean Stokes 2
Welcome to St Peter’s Church, Harton and St Mark and St Cuthbert’s, Cleadon Park Priest
Re Kate Boardman MA FHEA firstname.lastname@example.org
Hon Assistant Priest
Rev Canon Hails, JP FCMA email@example.com
Hon Assistant Priest
Rev Stan Buyers MEd LCG firstname.lastname@example.org
Vicarage:3 Page Avenue, South Shields, NE34 0SY
REGULAR SERVICES AT ST PETER’S EUCHARIST Usually sung Eucharist with children’s groups. Tea & Coffee follows in the Green Room.
• 10.45 am
EVENING SERVICE We have a variety of evening worship styles including Taize, Songs of Praise, Quiet Meditation and Iona Worship
• 6.00 pm
• 10.00 am
EVENING PRAYER is said each day - a quiet and contemplative service of prayer and readings
For bookings of BAPTISMS, WEDDINGS and CALLING OF BANNS, there will be someone available at St Peter’s Church every Wednesday 6.15 pm - 6.45 pm For any queries about church services or bookings contact Rev Kate Boardman
REGULAR SERVICES AT ST MARK & ST CUTHBERT’S Sunday
EUCHARIST Followed by coffee in the Hall
• 9.30 am
EUCHARIST Followed by coffee in the Hall
• 10.00 am
For bookings of BAPTISMS, WEDDINGS and CALLING OF BANNS, or for any queries about church services or bookings contact Rev Kate Boardman 3
my reply – usually to their confusion is “no, neither am I”) How often does Jesus offer ‘being religious’ as critique of the Pharisees?!
From the Vestry
Christmas is barely over and already we look towards Lent, the season in which we are invited to reflect on what Jesus did for us, and what he calls us to. In our readings in this year of Mark’s Gospel, we have heard of Jesus calling his first disciples, Peter and Andrew from their boats, Philip and Nathaniel – the latter invited by Philip to ‘come a n d s e e ’ d e s p i t e h i s i n i t i a l hesitation.
Bringing our own faith to church each week and joining in worship with others is a great way to express our faith, and it often provides us with an hour which fuels us for the rest of the week. But living our faith might call us to something more. Yes indeed, living according to the commandments, the ten and the two, but also being prepared to invite others.
In Matthew’s Gospel we hear the words of the ‘Great Commission’ – go and make disciples of all nations. Our recent readings underline the main way that the potential for faith is transmitted – by invitation. Part of our being disciples of Jesus Christ is that we are called to bring others to him, and part of our knowing the living God as part of our lives in Jesus Christ is – should be – that this is an understanding too wonderful to be kept to ourselves.
As clergy we are looking (again) at the staffing of our churches across South Tyneside from 2020 onwards, the growth (or closure) of our existing churches and the potential for the creation and growth of new worshipping communities. Much of the impetus for growth, within congregations or of the planting and nurture of new congregations is only based, can only be based on a DNA of church that understands the church to be a living thing.
This presents us with a dilemma. Even if we succeed in not being a cosy social club as a church, then is that enough? Is bringing our own faith to church each week what having faith means, or is that just being religious? (Often when people say to me “I’m not really religious”
The ‘plural of disciple is church’ is a good way of making us always keep in mind whether church is a building or a people. We have some lovely buildings that people are very fond of and Will Not Consider moving from, but we also need to connect 4
with questions about the kingdom being much bigger than any one building, and engage with our need to grow the whole to protect all of us. This is not about the survival of the fittest.
being prepared to worship in another building, help create and sustain another worship centre. T h i s d i s r u p t s a ny co sy c l u b mentality, but reflects the Gospel, because disciples are called to follow Jesus Christ and to create new disciples. Jesus called people to follow him and then moved on with disciples to a new place and they called more. Then they moved on, and called more. And moved on… This is a model that has stopped somewhere down the line, in many of our traditions, but carried on in the more evangelical churches and it is in those styles that growth is really seen in the church – not because of the style itself – but because of the intentionality to grow and to plant which is still at the heart of these churches.
It is clear that in order to ensure continued growth, we are going to have to perhaps sit more lightly to ‘our’ church, and consider what ‘being’ church means in our context in these times.This encompasses both location and activities – we do a lot in church, but how should that balance with what we do in or for the community? We welcome those who find their way into church, but h o w d o w e e f f i c i e n t l y a n d effectively spread that welcome beyond the walls? The Diocese is seeking to create a Resource Church which can help to lead growth across the deanery. The Bishop would like us to think about this – it’s us or one other candidate, and I think the decision-making calls us about equal. But it is not to be taken on lightly. It would mean extra resource coming in to us in terms of personnel, mainly with a brief not to be used internally, but externally. It would mean actively engaging in growing locally in order to be able to send people to help grow another church. It would mean
We have much in Harton and Cleadon Park which offers a vibrant view of the Gospel and offers people the chance to come into contact with us. But we don’t harness all those opportunities anywhere near well enough to grow ourselves to our own potential, never mind help to grow the kingdom beyond our own buildings, which the bishop – and the Gospel – are calling us to do.
‘Take up your cross and follow me’ says Jesus. We are about to start the season of Lent.
that we will pray as a church and a community for an understanding of how we live as the Gospel calls us.
Lent is a time for self-inspection and consideration of our own faith; time to focus on the temptations in our lives that hold us back from God and living in the way Jesus calls us to.
At the end of Lent comes the glorious celebration of Easter, and the perhaps fractionally less glorious celebration of the annual parish meetings. To equip the survival and growth of our own churches we need to ask ourselves if we can give a little more of our time or talents to undertake the various responsibilities the buildings and communities have. We might also ask whether, if we allow the Holy Spirit to fan the flame of passion for Jesus Christ in our hearts, we can see ourselves helping to grow the church more widely in South Tyneside and building the Kingdom as we are called to do; by following, inviting, and moving on. Whether, empowered by the Holy Spirit, we are courageous enough to return to the gospel imperative to go out and make disciples.
Lent is a time to create that space for reflection: in church we change to purple hangings and vestments and do not decorate with flowers. We stop singing the Gloria and saying the Alleluias, the liturgy takes on a more solemn feel. As Jesus engaged with his journey to Jerusalem and his Passion, so we are invited to spend 40 days (reflecting the 40 days of Jesus’ temptation in the wilderness) living more simply, giving up something we don’t really need, taking up something to help us grow nearer to God – prayer, study, reading. Please keep an eye out for Lent study groups – we’re hoping to build our capacity in meeting together to study and to pray. Lent always feels a balance between i nt ro s p e c t i o n i n d i v i d u a l a n d corporate. This Lent I invite you to spend some [more] regular time in the quiet presence of God, asking yourselves whether you are living as he calls you to; as we do so I hope
Holy God, our lives are laid open before you: rescue us from the chaos of sin and through the death of your Son bring us healing and make us whole in Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. 6
HARTON GARAGE for all your new and used cars (plus all your servicing and MOTs) 183 Sunderland Road, South Shields Tel: 0191 427 7070
Fax: 0191 427 9272
GRANT’S HAIR SALON Harton Village Ladies’ Hairdressers
Choir available for Weddings, funerals and concerts, raising money for charitable causes.
• • • • • •
Contact us online at www.voicestogether.co.uk Or call Maureen on 0191 4252031
perms haircuts hair extensions hair treatments hair stylings hair straightening hair colouring
Call in and see our amazing prices Tel: 0191 4562303
Or ‘like us’ on FaceBook
SNIPPETS STORIES AND SOUNDBITES - Anita Buyers 2017 has been a year of anniversary celebrations for our two churches, as well as many other organisations, another being the BBC. This year has started with a new celebratory atmosphere on the BBC. I have written before about the Radio 4 Daily Service. On the 2nd of January it celebrated its 90th anniversary (nearly as old as Cleadon Park Parish) with a special service, b o a s t i n g t h e o l d e s t r e g u l a r broadcast in the world.
beginning of the year) for the centenary service of the Scripture Union.
Songs of Praise on BBC One last week featured the 150th Anniversary of the founding of The Scripture Union with a service attended by HM The Queen and Bishop Paul in his capacity as its President. Also in attendance was the prolific hymn writer Bishop Timothy Dudley Smith, who had written a new hymn for the occasion. This was something of a celebration for him when he reminded viewers that he wrote the hymn ‘Lord for the Years’ (which we sung in our two churches at the
O n t h e E p i p h a n y S u n d a y programme, Rachel Phillips, our Diocesan Generous Giving Project Officer, who previously served in the forces in Afghanistan, made a profound statement when she was i n t e r v i e w e d b y o n e o f t h e presenters. She related how she re s p o n d e d to t h e c h a p l a i n ’s invitation to all, with faith or none. She says she entered the shipping container chapel an atheist and came out a Christian. What a testimony!
We are fortunate in the secular age in which we live, that these broadcasts are still being allowed to survive. Songs of Praise is still very popular, especially among the elderly who are no longer able to attend church, so long may they continue. ——o00o——
St Mark & St Cuthbert’s Church Coffee Mornings Saturday 10th February & 10th March
St Mark’s & St Cuthbert’s
Tea, coffee, scones, biscuits and bacon sandwiches
Raffle Cake Stall Bric a Brac
Saturday 24th February & 31st March
10:30 - 12:30
Craft, Worship, Food & FUN for all ages
£2 payable at the door in aid of our Heating & Lighting Appeal 8
LET US HELP YOU GET THROUGH YOUR LOSS We’ll guide and assist you through all the funeral arrangements. Call us 24 hours a day.
R. S. JOHNSON & SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS Crossgate House, Western Approach, South Shields, NE33 5QU
Tel: 0191 456 0054 And Spring Villa, St John’s Terrace, Jarrow, NE32 3AB
Tel: 0191 489 0063
J M & W DARLING LTD
Introducing: Lesley Heron, SRCh, BSc, MSc
at 176 Sunderland Road, South Shields
88 Dean Road, South Shields
Open Tues., Thurs. and Fri.
Tel: 0191 454 3841
9 am - 5 pm
(Home visits also available) Prices from £15 for nails only
1 Stanhope Parade, South Shields,
Telephone: 0191 4556089
Tel: 0191 455 4551 9
Dear Ethel and the wider church community of St Peterâ€™s The scout group aged 10.5 to 14 years, meets on a Thursday evening from 7.15 to 9pm. Currently they have one main leader, who is fully trained but whose job involves him working shifts. Plus adhoc support from others. Whilst we are maintaining continuity by using other leaders it is not an ideal situation. Ideally we are looking to recruit more leaders, male or female aged at least 18years Old. There is no upper age limit. The sort of roles that may be of interest are Someone who will take responsibility for coordinating which leaders are present at each meeting and ensuring that they know what to do regarding the programme. This person would not need to be there every week but would need to be able to communicate and organise the leader rota. At the beginning of each term leaders involved in the section set the programme for that term so involvement in that meeting would be important. We also need people who are prepared to come most weeks to work with the scouts on their programme. There is training involved depending upon the level of commitment, and you would need a DBS. None of this costs and full support will be given. So please even if you are just slightly interested contact myself by e mail email@example.com, and I will be happy to meet up with you to discuss how you could help us or to give you further information to help you make a decision. Many of you may have been guides or scouts yourselves, think of the great times you had and see if you can find space in your life to give something back and help us. Or maybe you know someone at work or through your family. Speak to them and see if they can help. I look forward to hearing from you Yours sincerely Gill Forth
Hamburg A holiday blog is not something that we would normally produce for a church magazine – after all who wants to read about anyone boasting that they’ve been away, whilst everyone else is working hard? We looked at a 5 night Rhine Christmas market river cruise in Town Hall and just one of the 300 Christmas Markets April, but by the time we calculated all of the add ons, it worked out only £50 cheaper than a 10 day cruise with our normal cruise company to Hamburg, Copenhagen, Oslo, Amsterdam and Brugges. It was a no brainer and we said bye bye to the Rhine cruise. Hamburg was a new destination to us, but the others we had visited on several occasions. Little did we know that events would transpire that Hamburg would be the highlight of the tour, thanks to a rather special weekend in October. The concert and service with the two choirs from Hamburg and the special bond that was forged over that weekend, prompted us to advise the Pastor that we would be visiting the City in December and if (on the off-chance) anyone was free to meet up for a coffee, chat or whatever it would be great to help continue the friendship. We gave him details of the date, quay and our email address and left it to fate. Around 3 weeks before we were due to arrive, we received an email from Anton saying that he was looking forward to seeing us. Further emails were exchanged and it became apparent that the day was going to be more than “just a coffee” and wasn’t it just! On leaving the ship we were greeted by one of those signs that you usually see at the airport – but this time it said “Blakey – Paul und Christine”….. The ones at the airport never say that! Anton was accompanied by Einhard & Christine and we set out for a walk along the fish quay to the ferry station and a pleasant ferry journey towards the city centre. A quick visit to view the 11
ceramics of the AlterElbe f o o t t u n n e l a n d t h e sightseeing continued. A coffee stop preceded a trip to St Michael’s for the lunchtime service and organ recital featuring works of Bach and Mendelssohn – who was born near to the church. The service was also attended by the Archbishop of Lithuania and his family. Service over, we were joined by Sabina. We stayed in the church for a short while to let the masses depart. This decision proved to be a wise one as the organ played a few more Christmas preparations St Michael pieces and we heard some girls’ voices singing Santa Lucia. The girls to which these voices were attached started to process and continued singing. It emerged that they were rehearsing for a forthcoming festival service – so we stayed a little longer listening to German versions of God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen and O Holy Night. Whilst in St Michael’s the first snow of Hamburg’s winter fell. We felt embarrassed to inform them that they were a week late c o m p a r e d t o s u n ny S o u t h Shields…. And that theirs was very fleeting in comparison.
We headed off towards a former brewery for lunch…… where we were met another member of the choir. The special was fish with rice washed down with the obligatory home brew. Lunch over we headed for the town hall, Binnenalster and Christmas Markets.
discovered that another copy was in Hamburg, so we headed off to tick that version off the list, but s a d l y i t w a s u n d e r g o i n g restoration. After another coffee it was time to say goodbye and head off back to the ship – but not before meeting Louisa (another member of the choir) who just happened to work in the museum shop!
Paul was a choirboy, head server and assistant verger at St Andrew’s church in Roker in his youth. St Andrew ’s is the cathedral of the arts and crafts movement and houses one of the copies of the Edward BurneJones “Adoration of the Magi”. Researching the piece completely independently of the trip we
We’re so pleased that we were carried away in the moment in October to suggest that we met up and the fact that many of the team took time off work – not just out of their busy schedules to meet us left us a little overwhelmed – here’s to the next time. Paul and Christine Blakey
I would like to say a HUGE THANK YOU to all who participated in our Monthly Draw during 2017. Congratulations to all of the winners and commiserations to the rest of us - there’s always 2018! With that in mind, the cost of the draw is £10 annual subscription which covers the 12 monthly draws. First Prize:
In December we have additional draws depending upon the our participation totals. In 2017 our net funds after paying out prizes amounted to £1055. This is as a result of your valuable support and is a tremendous contribution to church expenditure. So ‘WELL DONE EVERYONE’.
Additional Christmas Prizes £20
I would like to invite you to continue to support us during 2018 and encourage your friends and family to join if they are not already members. With everyone’s help we can build on last year’s success. Your Treasurer Margaret Haley
My ideas on supporting people in distress by Phil Brown
Life Brigade together with the Paramedics. The boy’s arm was broken but there were no splints in the medical kit so I improvised with two perfect sea washed pieces of driftwood. He was then winched to safety and flown to South Tyneside hospital. It felt like some hidden hand had guided me to the spot and, indeed, over the following two years I dealt with further accidents and a road traffic accident on the Broadway that, sadly, resulted in a fatality.
Twenty years ago on an early, sunlit July evening I went for a run and as I left the house my eleven year old son called out, ‘Dad, ‘999’ is on in half an hour’. At that time I had been in nursing for twenty years and enjoyed watching the programme. As I ran south from the Bamburgh pub I decided I would deviate from my usual route and run along the Leas. I had just joined the clifftop path when I noticed a young woman standing on one of the benches placed on the Leas at intervals by people in memory of lost loved ones. When I asked her if she was alright she told me a young lad of about thirteen had fallen a short distance down the cliff and her boyfriend had gone for help. I explained I was a nurse and would try to help. I climbed down and quickly ascertained that the lad had a fractured skull and was bleeding from his left ear. A young boy who turned out to be his brother was cowering nearby and was in some distress. I engaged them in conversation to calm them down, and while we were waiting I climbed back up three times to see whether the emergency services had arrived. Eventually help arrived in the form of Tom Finelly, from the Volunteer
Since then I have been instrumental in having a series of marker plates being placed every fifty metres. These resemble a red beermat with a white number on them and which are satellite linked. Over the years these have helped to save many lives. The cliffs, particularly Frenchman’s Bay, seem to be a magnet for people in distress as they are drawn to the cliff edge. I am passionate about helping these people and am trying to get a permanent shelter established at the bottom of Redwell Lane where people could call in and talk to someone rather than wander the clifftop, sometimes with fatal consequences. I hope to share my future progress and would welcome your prayers.
THE MOBILE FOOT CLINIC
St Clare’s Hospice
Let my feet do the walking by having professional treatment in the comfort of your own home. Covering Sunderland and surrounding areas.
Qualified Podiatrist dealing with:
Appeal for stamps Please give your stamps to your church wardens or directly into the boxes.
Nail cutting difficulties - Corns
Callus (hard skin)
Ingrowing toenails infections
Please make sure you do not damage the perforations around the edges
To make an appointment please contact Lynn on 0191 5140817 or 07935039600. Website: www.themobilefootclinic.net
Sparkling mint & lemon juleps Ingredients
85g golden caster sugar 4 tbsp fresh lemon juice 1 bottle of chilled, sparkling wine (Cava is a good choice) 20g/1oz pack fresh mint
Put the sugar and lemon juice in a small pan and heat gently to dissolve the sugar. Simmer for 2 minutes to make a syrup. Remove from the heat and leave to cool. This can be made in advance and kept in the fridge for up to a week. To serve, pour the lemon syrup into 6 champagne flutes or tall glasses, top up each glass with the chilled sparkling wine, then stir quickly to mix before serving with mint sprigs tucked in the top. 18
Activities at St Peter’s In Church Various days Bible Study Groups meet (see weekly service sheet for details of venue) Choir Practice (meet in church)
• 6.30 pm
• Craft Club meets on the last
• 2.00 pm to
• after the
Thursday Green Room
Wednesday afternoon of each month from January to November 2018
10.00 am service Sunday
• after the 10.45
• Messy Church - we organise a
programme of activities one Sunday afternoon every three months for all ages when we do craft , sing, pray, share time and food together. Dates and times are published in the Lantern Parish Magazine
Last Saturday • Coffee morning in each month
• 10.00 am to 11.30 am
Activities at St Peter’s Church Hall Weekly Social Activities Monday
• Parent’s & Toddlers
• Art Club U3A • 1.30 to 3.30
• Pilates (Judith Briggs)
• 9.30 am to 10.30 am
• Keep Fit (Debbie Storey)
• 5.30 pm to 7.15 pm
• Art & Craft Club Carol White
• 10.00 am to 12 noon
• 9.30 am to 11.00 am
• Keep Fit (Ethel Ramsey) • 12.30 pm to 1.30 p.m • Line Dancing (Ethel • 2.30 pm to 4.00 pm Ramsey) • Yoga (Carrie Kirston) • 6.45 pm to 8.45 pm Thursday
• Art Club (Tom Finch) • 10.00 am to 12 noon • Keep Fit (Ethel Ramsey) • 12.30 pm to 1.30 pm • Art Club U3A • 1.30 pm to 3.30 pm
• Parents & Toddlers
• 9.30 am to 11.00 am
• Kingscote Christian Group
• 10.30 am to 1.00 pm
Uniformed Organisations’ Weekly Activities Monday
• 5.30pm to 7.15 pm
• 7.00 pm to 8.15 pm
• 5.30 pm to 6.30 pm
• Cubs & Scouts
• 5.45 pm to 9.00 p.m
• 5.30 pm to 7.15 pm
Activities at St Mark & St Cuthbert’s In Church Thursday fortnightly
• Bible Reading Fellowship (BRF) discussion group (phone Anita Buyers 0191 5365452 for details
• 7.30 pm to 9.30 pm
• 6.00 pm to 7.30 pm
• Bertie’s • Coffee
• 9.15 am to 11.30 am • after the 10.00 am Eucharist Service • 5.30 pm to 7.00 pm
• Brownies Wednesday
• Flower Arranging Class • 10.00 am to 12 noon • Friends Together (1st Weds • 1.30 pm to 3.00 pm every month)
• Line Dancing
• 10.00 am to 11.30 am
• Rainbows • Line Dancing
• 5.30 pm to 6.30 pm • 7.30 to 9.30 pm
• Coffee Morning (2nd Sat every month) • Messy Church (Last Sat every month except Dec)
• 10.30 am to 12 noon • 10.30 am to 12 noon
• after 9.30 am Parish Eucharist 21
CHURCH PERSONNEL ST MARK & ST CUTHBERT’S Church Warden
Mr Ian Matheson
• 0191 4260007
Mrs Barbara Matheson
• 0191 4260007
Miss Janet Gardener, Mrs Barbara Matheson, Mrs Dulcie Proudlock, Mrs Audrey Yarrow, Mrs Eileen Wraith
Deanery Synod Members Mrs June Mitchinson, Miss Jean Smith Hall Booking Secretary
Ms Liza Dorothy
• 07538 719585
Magazine Committee Representative
Mrs Anita Buyers
• 0191 5365452
Rev. Stan Buyers
• 0191 5365452
CHURCH PERSONNEL ST PETER’S Reader
• 0191 4566047
Church Wardens Mrs Ethel Ramsey firstname.lastname@example.org Mrs Jean Stokes email@example.com
• 0191 4542341 • 0191 4207818
Mrs Margaret Haley
• 0191 4543376
Mr Colin Brown, Mr Ronnie Clark, Mr Jamie Hughes, Mrs Vivienne Kerton, Mrs Jennifer Matthews, Mrs Janet Nichols, Mr Ernie Russell, Mrs Linda Smithson
Deanery Synod Members Mr Peter Cross, Mrs Emma Waters Hall Booking Secretary
Mrs Ethel Ramsey
• 0191 4542341
Magazine Editor Mrs Linda Smithson firstname.lastname@example.org • 0191 4217634 & Committee Mrs Jean Stokes email@example.com • 0191 4207818 Safeguarding Officer
Mr Jamie Hughes
• 07815 570662
HARTON CHURCHES TOGETHER REPRESENTATIVES Anita Buyers, Glenda Middleton, Jean Roberts, Audrey Yarrow Contact Anita Buyers 0191 536 5452 22
more are available in the new online and extended version of the
The Knitted Bible It was a huge honour to host the St Georgeâ€™s URC Hartlepool Knitted Bible scenes at St Cuthbertâ€™s in January. This exhibition has a hectic national schedule and must be booked up to 2 years in advance. We displayed 33 scenes (191 figures, 88 animals, 384 individual knitted pieces altogether) and we lent scene 34 of the Good Shepherd to Jayn Gray at Cleadon School with
another 101 sheep. School groups, church groups, our uniformed organisations, knitters and a couple of busloads turned up to see the Bible during its exhibition, and everyone remarked on its ingenuity and its creativity. It was a great opportunity to talk through familiar and less familiar stories with the children. Here is just a glimpse of some of the photos taken during the week - 23
The Old Testament
The New Testament
QUIZ NIGHT ST PETER’S CHURCH HALL SATURDAY 24th March
7.30 pm Tickets £5 includes PIES & PEAS
Bring Your Own Drinks Contact Ethel 4542341
The Lantern parish magazine