The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Supporters St John the Divine Church: August 2015
Church buildings are often the geographical and emotional focal point of our Cheshire villages, not least St John the Divine Church in the heart of the village of Burwardsley on School Lane.
This is another remarkable and beautiful church building on the Sandstone Ridge, the origins of which date back to the 1700s, but which is in need of continued upkeep, building work and restoration.
So, a date for your diary — you are invited to an evening of 'Music, Song and Poetry' on 19 September at 7.30pm in the church itself, the proceeds from which will continue to support this architectural gem (you might just want to bring a cushion — entirely optional).
Tickets are available from Burwardsley Village Post Office and Tattenhall Post Office: price £5.00 which includes refreshments which will be served after the concert.
We very much look forward to seeing you.
Tickets are also available from :
* Jeanne Parsons 01829 771227
* Pam Moyle 01829 771229
* Jean Dutton 01829 770379
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