December 2015

Christmas Silver Jewellery Sale helps Fence Fund

Unique silver jewellery created by longstanding church member, and recent recipient of the Legion d’honneur, Ian Gillespie has been on sale for a number of weeks in the run-up to Christmas.  Ian  generously gifted some of his beautifully crafted pieces, registered at the London Assay Office, to the fence fund.  The jewellery was on sale after Sunday worship on the run-up to Christmas giving members an opportunity to buy Christmas, Anniversary and Birthday presents, for a good cause.

They are unique pieces, not for sale anywhere else. 

22 October 2015

The fence is going up – but we still need donations to make sure we get all the way around our perimeter.

All donations are welcome but if you would like to buy a panel section these cost £12.80

Fence 5 A.W. Manufacturing 3 A.W. Manufacturing 6

No fence                                  The first panel is put in place          Painting the first panel       

The work is being carried out

May 2015

Over the years we have lost our fence through wear and tear.  Two floods in recent years meant we had to completely re-do our garden.  Now our new community garden is looking great we need to complete the picture with a brand new fence.

Fence 1Fence 2Fence 4Fence 3  Garden Cross1

Thanks to Newcastle City Council, South Jesmond Ward, we have been given a flying start with a grant of £1,000, but we need to raise the remaining cost ourselves.

Our Fabric Convenor, Irene Wilkinson said: “We have already had a fantastic response from our congregation and friends and I want to thank everyone who has contributed. However we still have £1,500 to go to reach our target so the fundraising goes on.”

All donations are welcome but if you would like to buy a panel section these cost £12.80.

A complete panel costs £268.00

All donations can be handed in to the Kirk.


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