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Talk: "St George's Medieval Wall Paintings - A New Look at a National Treasure."
Thu, 30 Sep 2021 18:30
The famous and unique medieval wall-paintings in our church have received a lot of attention recently (see HERE) but all are now welcome to hear more with a 45 minute talk by Neil Sagar Stewart BA(Hons), MA. The talk will be at St George's Church , Trotton GU31 5EN, and entitled "St George's Medieval Wall Paintings - A New Look at a National Treasure." Please arrive by 6.30 pm and start with a glass of wine. Parking off A272 at Trotton Farm .
Neil's Batchelor's degree is in Theology and Religion with a special interest in the beliefs and practices of the Western Church in the Middle Ages. From his first sight of the Trotton wall painting he has been captivated by its striking simplicity yet enigmatic message. He has spent a good part of the last year studying the painting and untangling it so as to understand what it is really telling us. Come and listen to his interpretation of the paintings in this historic and beautiful church.
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- St George's Church
Fri, 01 Oct 2021 19:00
For our October event, The Suhail and his wife at the Hamilton Arms at Stedham have agreed to host us. All are welcome to join us for a drink but, if you would like to eat, they have agreed to make available some British dishes as well as their large and excellent Thai menu - but they do ask that you book in advance (by Tuesday 28th Sept) by clicking the title / link above and filling in the simple form.
[As ever, we will pass on numbers and names only - not your contact details]
- Hamilton Arms
Community litter pickup - help to tidy up our surroundings!
Sat, 16 Oct 2021 10:00
All volunteers welcome! Please come along to Aylings car park at 10:00 am, even if you can only spare an hour. We will provide hi-vis waistcoats, litter bags and grabbers. All you need to bring is gloves and suitable clothing!
Full bags may be left by the Keepers Arms drive for collection by a CDC vehicle on the Monday. Please return all the equipment to Aylings between 12.30 and 1.00.
An additional reason for holding the event is that following the litter pick the areas at each end of Trotton Bridge will assessed for suitability for (temporary) yellow signs saying "Please take your litter home".
- Aylings Cafe
Planning committee meeting
Wed, 20 Oct 2021 18:00
Meeting of the parish council planning committee.
Members of the public are encouraged to attend but, due to Covid restrictions, they must notify the clerk by noon on 19th October that they wish to come
- Agenda20211020planning (PDF, 288 Kb)