The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
St Alban's: November 2019
Volunteers have joined a newly formed Churchyard team that has now taken responsibility of taking care of the churchyard.
Father Lameck comments "I am sure many of our visitors and our community are grateful for all the hard work being done by these men and women who are generously giving their precious time in order to keep making the churchyard clean"
"If you live in the village and you feel you can assist in whatever way in our churchyard, please get in touch with the churchwarden or myself. There is always something to be done and help is sincerely appreciated"
Father Lameck's telephone is 770245,
George Richards, Churchwarden is 770482
Tattenhall Online Comment:
The historic village church and the surrounding churchyard is a striking landmark, visible to all residents and visitors entering the village, be they parishioners, members of other faiths or indeed no faith at all. The fact that this landmark is well maintained and lovingly cared for benefits all and is a great source of village pride. We get the impression that the church would welcome help in the churchyard from anyone who values this village asset.
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