Community Fun Day

St Andrew’s is having a Community Fun Day on Saturday 5th October from 12-3:30pm, to help raise money for our rebuilding, but also as outreach to local people. Barbecue, tea/coffee and cakes, produce stall, free children’s activities, football.  Please note the date and come and join us!  We’d be delighted to know soon if you can help or give us some produce to sell. 

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Cumnor Festival of Performing Arts

Cumnor Festival of Performing Arts– is bigger, better and back on Sat June 15 at Hurstcote, Appleton Road, Cumnor OX2 9QL.  Over 200 top class professional bands, singers, dancers, actors etc are lined up for the occasion. Look out for our special ‘Conversation with Erika James’, an interview with the multiple book best selling author. There…

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Christian Aid Week

Want to change the world over breakfast? Then come and join the Cumnor Big Brekkie! We’ll be serving up a delicious morning meal and raising money to help fight poverty and injustice. Cumnor Village Hall, 19th May, 8.30-10am

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Faringdon Singers Concert at St Michael’s

Sunday 18th March, 6.30 pm. Do come and support our Spring Concert, in aid of the St Michael’s Improvement Project. The programme, including Duruflé’s “Requiem” and the Choral Suite from Karl Jenkins’ “The Armed Man” (A Mass for Peace) is particularly appropriate in this centenary year celebrating the end of the Great War of 1914-18….

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The Reformation

  The Reformation: What was it? Why was it important? What does it mean for us? A talk for the 500th anniversary by local author Nick Page Thursday 8 February, 7.30pm St Andrew’s Church, Tea/coffee provided. All are very welcome.  

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Saturday 22nd July, 7.30 pm in the Old School, Cumnor

in aid of St Michaels Church Improvement Project:  Edward Impey will give an illustrated talk Cumnor and its church; people, parish and buildings 968 to 2017.    Edward Impey is an historian and archaeologist, formerly Director of Heritage Protection and Planning at English Heritage and now Director-General of the Royal Armouries Museum, who was brought up…

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