Written by Dennis Welch, former Church Warden and Chairman of the Fabric Committee. Charts work in church from the period 1990 to 2000.
With a forward by Canon David Winter and numerous photos – this is a must read!
All proceeds to the General Fund
In addition to helping the Church you will also get:
Newsletters in the Spring and Autumn to inform you of church events and work involving building issues.
Invitations to cheese and wine evening and annual events.
The opportunity to support St. Bartholomew’s and to keep in touch with it.
Why does the church need a Friends group? To enable the church to keep in touch with families and individuals who may have left the area and to inform them of events and services To enable those same families and individuals to keep in touch with St Bartholomew’s For centuries this church has been at the centre of village life in Ducklington and we are today’s custodians To maintain its beauty costs a great deal of money. Over £180,000 has been spent on improvements over the past ten years There are many people, both inside and outside the village, who feel that St Bartholomew’s is their church.
A lovely white china mug with an image of St. Bartholomew’s Church and Ducklington Fritillaries
Manufactured by the Ideal Home Range Company for St. Bartholomew’s Church. There are 20 contemporary napkins in each pack.
A 100% cotton tea towel with a drawing of the Ducklington Fritillaries.
Donate to the Fabric Fund and help keep the Church well maintained for future generations to enjoy
From the Leonard Smith collection this pack of note cards with envelopes features 2 designs and 10 cards in total.
An ideal “pocket money” item comprising a pencil and eraser both displaying St Bartholomew’s website address.
A postcard with a picture of St. Bartholomew’s Church. The photo on the front is of the Church and the village pond. The reverse is for the address and your note.
This super notelet card is produced by St. Bartholomew’s Church and features the atmospheric St. Nicholas stained glass window. They are BLANK INSIDE and are ideal Thank you cards or notelets
The card is printed in full colour on good quality 250gsm silk card and is sold in packs of 5
The window was given to St. Bartholomew’s Church during 2001, in memory of his wife, Marjorie, by the Rev’d John Cook who celebrated his 100th Birthday during 2011