Don’t forget to get your Community Award nominations in as they close on 17th February 2023.
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The Free Church and St. Mary’s will join for a Remembrance Day service at the Free church on Sunday 13th November at 10am.
This will be followed by a short service at the village war memorial at 10.50am, and afterwards coffee will be served on the Green by the memorial. We welcome all who would wish to join us at either or both acts of Remembrance.
There will be a brief public service to mark Armistice Day on Friday 11th November at 10.50am on War Memorial Green in Great Shelford.
The names will be read out, and silence kept, in memory of those who gave their lives in the First and Second World Wars and subsequent conflicts.
Come and meet with your parish councillors and let them know what you like in the village and voice your concerns. 8pm on Monday 7th November in the Square and Compasses
Addenbrookes are looking to recruit new assessors for their Patient Led Assessment of the Care Environment (PLACE). They are holding two events in October if you are interested. More information can be found below.
Since June 2021, we have been using the Cara Coffee premises on the High Street to provide an informal outdoor Coffee Morning experience for people in the local community serving free tea, coffee and cake. People from all generations have enjoyed meeting up with friends as well as making new friends. Children have enjoyed playing with toys provided by Great Shelford Free Church.
As the colder days approach, we now use the church building, but still provide some tables outside by the High Street for those who prefer to sit in the fresh air.
We will provide magazines and local newspapers for people to read as well as some art and craft activities from time to time. People can also bring their own creative activities into the building if they so wish. Some table games will be available, from time to time, for those who wish to participate in them.
Above all, we would like ‘all who enter as guests to leave as our friends’.
There will be a brief public service to mark Armistice Day on Thursday 11th November at 10.55am on War Memorial Green in Great Shelford.
The Great Shelford Remembrance Service will be held at St Mary’s this year (shared with Great Shelford Free Church – (no 10am Parish Communion at St Mary’s) on Sunday 14th November at 9.30am, welcoming many groups from the community, including the members of the Royal British Legion. The service will conclude at around 10.30am to move to the War Memorial in time for a short service starting at approximately 10.50am, including reading of the names of the Fallen, the Silence and laying of wreathes