Duns Tew Virtual Fete 2020 – Raffle

Wonderful prizes to be won. Tickets just £1 each

You should have received 10 tickets delivered with each village newsletter. Please return stubs and cash/cheques in envelope provided to one of the addresses listed on the envelope.

If you would like more tickets please email (or phone 347382) or visit The White Horse to buy your tickets.

Draw to be made on Saturday 19th September in church or churchyard 11.30am.

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Church Newsletter – September 2020

In August we started to hold some benefice services in our churches and churchyards. We plan to continue with this gradual re-opening of our churches, albeit in line with Government and CoE guidelines, with its regulations on wearing face coverings and strict cleaning measures and/or quarantining of areas of the church which are required between visits. Each parish in the benefice will be displaying information on its church notice board with regard to its own building.…

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Silent Auction

Our fantastic Silent Auction in aid of church funds is now open for bids!

We are very grateful to :

Smiths of Bletchington for offering a 15 tonne load of aggregate of your choice.

Sebastian and Charles of Farms and Gardens Ltd for the chance to experience a half-day’s hedge-laying tuition


Sarah Chambers of Brook Pilates for an hour’s one-to-one session – go to the Master in APPI Pilates.…

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From the Parish Council – an update about the Play Area

The first phase of the development is complete. All the new equipment has been installed and is looking fantastic! The Toddler Area equipment has been repaired, painted and the woodchip area refilled. There is a range of fun activities for all ages in the park and we are very excited about it as are all the children in the village who have been keeping a keen eye on progress!…

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Church Newsletter – August 2020

At present all services (except for weddings and funerals) will continue to be mainly internet based. However, in line with Government and CoE guidelines, the PCC is considering how best to open the church for private prayer and services. It is not simply a matter of opening the church everyday again, as strict cleaning measures and/or quarantining of areas of the church are required between visits.…

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