We meet at 10.30 in our main premises on the corner of London Road and Springfield Road.  Visitors are always welcome

Cameo (Come And Meet Each Other) 
Each Thursday 2.00 to 4.00pm
in Lecture Hall, Springfield Road.                                                                                                     
.Cameo was formed in the 1990’s when Rev Raymond Clarke was Minister. It was originally an afternoon of relaxation for both sexes and several ladies started making cross stitch cards. There is still a small group who meet every Thursday afternoon under the leadership of Veronica Chappell and the sale of their cross stitch cards raise over £300 each year which is divided between Diabetes UK, the MS Society and Church Funds.
Knitting for Rwanda
After a visit to Rwanda, Maureen Ashdown - our Church Support Worker - inspired us to knit babies hats, cardigans etc (not in white!) and to date we have sent 1444 cardigans and jumpers: 106 baby hats; 53 blankets and numerous scarves, mittens and bootees. Many neighbours have heard of the project and have contributed. Also 1000 fishermens hats have been sent.
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