We are delighted to announce our Events Programme for 2019. Highlights include a visit to Fairfield House, home of Elizabeth, Lady Gass, DCVO a former Lord-Lieutenant of Somerset and one of our Patrons, (part of our Annual Meeting on 27th April) a tour of churches in South West Somerset looking at woodwork and effigies with Julian Gibbs, Curator for the National Trust from 1979-2010 and Lucy Wood who was responsible for the new Furniture Gallery at the V&A. (22nd June) Julian Orbach who revised and enlarged the Pevsner Guide to the Buildings of England for Somerset: South and West leads a tour of churches in North East Somerset on 17th August.
Click here to see the full programme for 2019.
Our Next Event is the Annual Meeting on Saturday 27 April at 2.00 pm.
The meeting will be held at The Church Rooms, Stogursey, TA5 1TQ. This will be followed by a visit to the church of St Andrew, Stogursey and then to Fairfield House, Stogursey, TA5 1PU, home of one of our Patrons, Elizabeth, Lady Gass, DCVO.
St Andrew, Stogursey
More details can be found in the Events Calendar or in the full 2019 programme.
Booking essential by Saturday 20th April with Bob Croft, email: email@example.com, tel: 01823 278805 (work)
2018 Annual Report and Accounts
This has now been sent to all members. Click here to see the full report.
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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.”