The Friends of Michelmersh Parish Church

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The Friends of Michelmersh Parish Church2018-09-10T10:25:08+00:00

The primary purpose of being a Friend of Michelmersh Church is to help care about the preservation, repair and upkeep of our village church by assisting the Parochial Church Council meet the costs of maintaining the fabric of this ancient building which has been in the village for centuries. There is certainly documented evidence of the church’s Ministry here since 1212.

The Friends is a registered charity for which The Membership fee is any sum that you care to pay, preferably by covenant under a Gift Aid scheme, provided that it is not less than £5 per annum. Membership is open to everyone.

During the winter months the Friends organise a series of talks in The Barns (almost opposite the church). These normally start at 7.30pm and last about one hour. These are open to everyone but we ask for an entry fee of £3 per person. These talks and other fund raising events are advertised in the village newsletter and shown below.



Chairman:               Tom Robley

Vice Chairman:     Bob Davis

Secretary:           Sue Phipp
Treasurer:         Alex Gardner

Whats On

 Meetings are at the Barns Michelmersh at 7.30pm, unless stated otherwise.

Please make a donation at Meetings.  Refreshments provided

Thursday 26 October The Restoration of St Andrews Church, Timsbury, at St Andrew’s Church John Glasspool
Thursday 30 November Floristry for Christmas Elizabeth Salter
Sunday 24 December Carols at the Barns, organised by PCC.

Approx. 7.30pm

With Michelmersh Silver Band, Mince Pies and mulled wine
Wednesday 24  January Michelmersh Saxon Charter Mary Harris
Thursday 22 February Honeybees and the work of Cedar Bee Rescue Clare Porter
Thursday 15 March Mottisfont Past and Present  Lynn Willmott
Thursday 26 April ‘Alternative’ quiz – max 6 per table.                  Bring your own nibbles and drinks.
Wednesday 16 May AGM
Thursday 24 May Drone Photography. (7.30 in the Churchyard or at the Barns – weather dependent)  James Harvey