Following the grant from the Listed Places of Worship National Heritage Memorial Fund work on repairing the church roof is to start on the April 19th, you will see a full roof covering scaffolding over the church for the duration of the work that will take approx. 12 weeks. During the work the church will be closed however we are still planning to hold services in the church until the end of April. The graveyard will still be open for visiting but we would ask that caution is taken when passing through and by mindful that it is a work site.
If you have any questions please contact the Church Wardens Pat Harvey or Greg Perkins or you can email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Run jointly by the Aller Village Hall and St Andrew's Church this event has been organised to bring the community together. Come for a cuppa, some toast, a bacon sandwich or the full works, using good quality local produce it's not to be missed.
Who hasn't got time to join into this village event it's between 9am and 11am in the village hall on Saturday 4th February.
St Andrew's Aller Christingle Workshop and Christmas Carol Service
Saturday 10th December from 2:30pm All welcome to make Christingles and Tree Decorations with hot chocolate and nibbles including flapjacks and shortbread. Carol Service 5pm and all rounded off with mince pies and a glass of warming Mulled Wine If you need more information please contact Jess on 01458 251489
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Advance Tickets sales are now CLOSED, there is a misprint in the Roundabout stating advance ticket pricing which is no longer available, sorry for this confusion and error but tickets will be available on the gate at the event on November 5th at 5:45pm.