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Music at All Saints'

All Saints' is blessed with a tallented group of musicians who play either the organ, electric piano or both, at the 10.30 Sunday service, at the monthly 9.30 service, at Tuesday Church and often in residential homes at services led by the ALMs.


 

All Saints’ Choir usually practises in All Saints’ Hall on Fridays from 7.15 pm to 8.15 pm, but dates and times can vary. They lead the singing of hymns at the 10.30 Sunday services and weddings, and also learn other music for special occasions.

 

New members are always welcome. It is not essential to be good at reading music: this is a skill which can be learnt, and the best way to learn is to join a choir! 

 

 

 

 

 


 

All Saints’ Bellringers practise in the bell tower most Wednesday evenings 7.30 pm to 9 pm, and ring before Sunday morning services, weddings and on other special occasions.

 

New members with a sense of rhythm are always welcome: you don’t have to be strong, and you will be taught how to ring safely.

 

If you would like to chat about it, call Simon Wilson (Tower Captain) on  251105

 


Handbell ringing is a little known but fun and sociable hobby, and one that is relatively easy to learn.  We have a great team of handbell ringers at All Saints’ - you may have heard them at the All Saints' Christmas services, or at an event around the village.  Why not join them?  They would love to see you and help you to give it a go. 

For any questions contact Gerald Walker