St Andrew’s Church Bazaar – To Enge

Following up from the first post, we now bring the bazaar story more up to date, thanks once more to Miriam Keller: Various premises were used for the Bazaar.  From 1966 onwards Enge was rented regularly.  Different settings were tried, kept, rejected, particularly regarding catering.  At one time Mövenpick provided the coffee- 6 gallons ofContinue reading “St Andrew’s Church Bazaar – To Enge”

St Andrew’s Church Bazaar – The early years

As we were not able to hold the bazaar this year, we are taking the opportunity to reflect and look back on the history of the bazaar, which is much longer than many realise. Many thanks to Miriam Keller who has compiled this history and shared the documentation with us. In this first part weContinue reading “St Andrew’s Church Bazaar – The early years”

C is for Collection day… and Crumpets!

The Elves from our Online Christmas Market have been busy selling raffle tickets for their Bumper Christmas Hamper. Tickets are available through our Online Market and you can also click here for more details. Not content with one special offer, they have been able to find some crumpets to sell as well. These are nowContinue reading “C is for Collection day… and Crumpets!”

Something’s coming…

Could it be?Yes, it could.Something’s coming, something good… Following the cancellation of this year’s Christmas Bazaar, we have been working to create an online market, in addition to the after-Church sales. Thanks to the work of a whole team of people, we are now very close to being able to launch an online Christmas market,Continue reading “Something’s coming…”

Buying books on a beautiful morning

As I walked past the church doors toward the garden on a lovely sunny Saturday morning, it was heart-lifting to hear the lively bubble of conversation and see the interaction of people from within our community inspecting (and buying) the goods. A taste of normality? Saturday 12th September saw the St. Andrew’s book sale. NormallyContinue reading “Buying books on a beautiful morning”