Mid-Centurian

Mid-Centurian Group

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Throughout the year we try to organise events for all age; the old, the young and the somewhere in-between. That’s where the mid-centurian group comes in.

With a variety of different activities, from eating together to physical activities back to … well … eating together again, our middle aged contingent keep up the bounds of fellowship through a calendar of social activities. They are a friendly & welcoming bunch and I’m sure they would love the opportunity to show you in person.

 Women’s Own

Tue: 14:30 -16:00

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The Women's Own is a group of ladies who get together on a Tuesday afternoon at 2.30pm in our Kings Hall for fellowship and mutual encouragement.

Every week there is something organised for the ladies.  This could be an invited speaker giving a talk on devotional aspects of life, or talks on their profession etc.  These talks are always very interesting and give the opportunity to discuss many aspects of the community and country around us.

Other events are organised during the year, such as an annual outing to the seaside, garden tea parties, Christmas dinner and many more.

 King Pins

Sat: 11:00 - 12:30

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King Pins meet every other Saturday morning from 10 – 12  to knit or crochet and have a chat.

We all look busy knitting but there is usually more nattering than knitting going on!

Although the group usually consists of ladies, gentlemen are very welcome – after all fisherman are famous for their crafting skills.

Members of the group usually bring their own knitting projects which often include knitting for charity. For the last two years we have produced a harvest display of knitted fruit and vegetables to decorate the church for our harvest services.

If you are a beginner and want to learn how to knit or crochet or have an unfinished project that is giving you problems there will always be someone willing to help. Or you could just come and watch us get ourselves in a knitted knot!

So come along and join us.

For more information please contact Kay Turner