What is a Friend?
The purpose of the Friends is to help raise money for specific church projects. Recent contributions from the Friends include retiling part of the nave, uncovering the beautiful stained glass windows unseen for more than 50 years and the intended redevelopment of the chancel.
The Friends also organise outings to interesting places and other events.
You do not have to be a churchgoer to become a Friend but in becoming one you will help ensure the future of an historic church which dates back more than a 1000 years. St Martin's is an important landmark in our village. Please help preserve it by becoming a friend or making a one off donation.
Interested in becoming a friend?
Then please contact Keith Sandford on 01483 283868, or click here to view a flyer/postal application form,or alternatively use the form at the bottom of this page to contact him via an automated e mail.
The Friends of St. Martin’s - Events in 2017
ILLUSTRATED TALK on Tuesday, 21st February, at 2.30 pm in the Church Rooms by David Taylor on “The Lushingtons and the Lovelace Connection”. The remarkable story of the campaign to abolish slavery and establish Ockham Park, then owned by Lord Lovelace, as a refuge for escaped slaves.
Entry free but booking essential
ANNUAL OUTING to Beaulieu and Buckler’s Hard
Thursday, 15th June.
£37 for “Friends” and £39 for others.
For either of the above events, please contact Keith Sandford 01483 283868 email@example.com or complete booking forms available in the Church or Community Hall.
Brief details of these two events can also be found on the website calendar.
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