The annual Christmas Tree Festival Preview Evening and Concert will take place at Holy Saviour Church, Radcliffe Road, Hitchin SG5 1QG on Friday 8th December 2017.
Doors open for viewing of the trees at 6.30pm, and the concert starts at 7.45pm.
Be among the first to enjoy the delightful display of decorated trees, before a concert of seasonal music given by Holy Saviour’s two choirs, directed by Trevor Hughes. Mulled wine and light refreshments are included!
Admission by advance tickets – £12 – from 01462 712212 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The 21st Hitchin Christmas Tree Festival will take place as usual at Holy Saviour Church, Radcliffe Road SG5 1QG on Saturday and Sunday 9th and 10th December 2017 between 12 noon and 6pm. Admission £4.00, accompanied children free.
Come and see 50 beautifully decorated trees in a lovely setting, with seasonal music from local musicians and choirs.
Excellent home cooked lunches and teas available in the Festival Cafe.
It’s a wonderful way to start your Christmas!
On the Saturday morning, 10.30 -11.30 , the Festival will be open for disabled visitors and their carers who may prefer a quieter time to enjoy the display.
Further info from email@example.com
See our dedicated Facebook page: HitchinChristmasTreeFestival
The Friends will hold their Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 11 October 2017 at 7.30pm in Holy Saviour Church.
Refreshments will be served. Business includes looking at finances and activities from September 2016 to 31 August 2017.
Membership will vote for committee members and post holders.
We have invited Andy Gibbs to talk about British Schools Museum projects after the normal AGM business.
Non members are most welcome to attend. Please come!
Would anyone like to join our committee to help plan our events schedule? We meet once a month, most months. We aim to raise funds for the church and raise its profile in the community.
See you on 11th October!
The Friends of Holy Saviour present:
An exhibition of Trains Little & Large, Past & Present
Holy Saviour Church, Radcliffe Road, Hitchin SG5 1QG
Saturday 23 September 10.30 am – 5.00 pm
Holy Saviour Church was built in 1865 to serve the influx of people who moved to Hitchin to work on the railway. This exhibition aims to celebrate that heritage, both past and present.
There will be model railway layouts from 00 Gauge to Gauge 3, model locomotives, stalls from local railway societies, rail user groups, and some participation from operators of rather larger railways.
Entry £3.50, accompanied children free.
Once again we invite you to a lovely evening of popular melodies performed by Hitchin Town Band in Bunyan’s Barn at Maydencroft Manor, Gosmore, on Saturday 9 September at 7.00pm.
Tickets cost only £10 and are available now from Frances Williams (firstname.lastname@example.org) tel. 01462 434762,
also from Sheila Daw (email@example.com) tel. 01462 621699.
Cheques to be made payable to Frances Williams.
The Friends of Holy Saviour present a fascinating illustrated talk by Alan Cannon Jones – Citizen and Merchant Taylor of London.
Drawing on the experiences of a career stretching from tailoring apprenticeship to membership of the Merchant Taylors’ Company, Alan’s talk will give insights into the world of bespoke tailoring, including the Merchant Taylors Company, 1865 and the Tuxedo, Ecclesiastical tailoring, Salvador Dali – and more!
Wednesday 26 July at 7.30pm in Holy Saviour Church
Tickets cost £12 (Friends £10) including refreshments; available from Clare Fleck or Gill Chidgey 01462 423603, or the Hitchin Festival Box Office, 1a Churchyard.
Holy Saviour Church presents In The Mood … a Gala Evening of Music from Folk to Swing and beyond.
Come and enjoy the Holy Saviour Choir, The Radcliffe Singers, and The Gainsford Swing Band, directed by Trevor Hughes, with guest artist Mark Adams and popular TV presenter Pam Rhodes.
The concert takes place on Sunday 2 July at 7.30 pm in the wonderful setting of Bunyan’s Barn, Maydencroft Manor, Gosmore.
Tickets: Adults £15; Concessions £13; available from Clare Fleck 01462 646257 or Hitchin Festival Box Office 01462 453335.
Proceeds in aid of the Holy Saviour Church Organ Renovation Appeal.
There will be an exciting concert to celebrate the renovation of the organ at Holy Saviour Church on Sunday 18 June at 7.30pm.
Singers from our choirs and others in Hitchin and beyond, combine to sing the Requiem, by Maurice Duruflé. The programme will also include Handel’s Organ Concerto in Bb major, and Double Concerto for Clarinet, Organ and Strings by Douglas Coombes; soloists Trevor Hughes – organ, & Gillian Hughes – clarinet, conducted by the composer, with the Gainsford String Ensemble.
Admission: £11; Concessions £9; Students Free. Proceeds in aid of the Holy Saviour Organ Renovation Appeal. For further information contact Clare Fleck (firstname.lastname@example.org or 01462 646257).
Join us for Holy Saviour’s Annual Bluebell Walk, which will take place on Sunday 30 April!
Meet at the carpark on the south side of St Paul’s Walden Church for a 2 pm start.
Please come with suitable footwear and clothing.
The walk is about 4 miles and should be completed by 4 pm.
Walkers are invited to Sheila & David’s afterwards for tea and cake.
Contact Sheila Daw, Tel 621699 (email@example.com)
The Friends of Holy Saviour Church are arranging an outing to Papplewick Pumping Station and Southwell Minster on Saturday 13 May (approx 9.30-7pm).
Papplewick, near Nottingham, is Britain’s finest Victorian water pumping station, and has recently been restored to full splendour – combining outstanding engineering with stained glass windows, decorated columns and polished mahogany and brass.
In the afternoon we will visit nearby Southwell Minster – one of England’s finest medieval churches, designated a Cathedral in 1884.
This will be an all-day coach trip. The ticket price of £30 covers coach fare, admission and tours of both Papplewick & Southwell Minster.
For more information and to book a place contact Clare Fleck 01462 646257 or email firstname.lastname@example.org