Our Next Event is the Autumn Talk and really is one not to be missed!
Wednesday 21st November at 7.30 pm
Archaeology and Churches, by Bob Croft at Wells Museum Lecture Hall 8 Cathedral Green, Wells BA5 2UE.
Bob Croft is the County Archaeologist for Somerset and also the manager of the Historic Environment and Estates Service of the South West Heritage Trust at the Somerset Heritage Centre. He is a long- standing member of the Diocesan Advisory Committee, an active member of Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society, and a Trustee of Somerset Churches Trust.
Booking essential by 14th November. Tickets, £5, include a glass of wine – additional donations very welcome.
Write, enclosing SAE and cheque made out to Somerset Churches Trust to: David Sisson, Providence House, Blackford, Wedmore, BS28 4NA,
tel: 01934 713617.
For once we were lucky with the weather on Saturday 8th September for this year's Ride+Stride and it looks as though the day was a great success. Our coordinator, Michael Auton in the photo below looks happy! Many thanks to all those who provided refreshments and welcomed participants to their churches and chapels, thanks to all those who rode and strode and a big thank you to all those who have given sponsorship. We would be most grateful if Remittance Forms are returned together with the total money collected (cheques only please - no cash) and all Sponsor Forms to Tony Davies, Treasurer, Somerset Churches Trust, 52 Purlewent Drive, Weston, Bath, BA1 4AZ . Cheques payable to "Somerset Churches Trust Bike Ride".
Michael Auton (centre) and friends at Peasedown St John
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Our Patron Kevin McCloud, the presenter of Grand Designs says:
“Our churches are literally our historic and cultural touchstones – in our landscapes, built environment, family histories and our communities. They embody faith, beauty, craftsmanship and collective memory. So we should cherish them.”