Monthly Archives: March 2011

Newsletter for April 2011

Newsletter for April 2011

Sunday Services in April 2011

3rd April Mothering Sunday
Family worship   led by Revd Alan Cassingham
including Holy Communion
Organist Jenny Powley
(Note this is the day of the Afghan Heroes motorbike ride through Wootton Bassett. The High Street will be closed between the Borough Fields entrance and New Road, from 8.30am. See here for details of very limited, slow access to park in Wood Street. Access to the Boroughfields car park should be possible, but there may be long delays turning in and out. Walking to Church or parking on the other side of the High Street may be best. )

10th April
Family worship led by Revd Alyn Owens
Organist Christine Furze

17th April
Family worship led by Revd Adrian Heath
Organist Jenny Powley

24th April
Easter Day Family worship led by Terry Riches
including Holy Communion

What’s on in April 2011

Vision4Life Discussion
Tuesday 5th 9:30am

Community Litter Pick
Saturday 9th 9:30 for 10 Methodist Church Hall

Worship Team meeting
Tuesday 12th  10:00am 35 Sheridan Drive

Wootton Bassett Churches Fraternal
Thursday 14th 13:30 Sacred Heart Presbytery

Church Walk Jubilee Lake (because it was rained off last month)
Friday 15th  Meet at  10:00am at car park

Wootton Bassett Community Forum
All Wootton Bassett groups are invited to get together
Saturday 16th April 10am-midday Memorial Hall

Palm Sunday 17th April 10am by the Town Hall
People will gather for a short act of blessing and witness together before returning to their Churches

Vision4Life Discussion
Tuesday 19th 9:30am

Good Friday Morning Silent Walk of Witness
10:00 am from Sacred Heart Church to the Town Hall, where there will be a short service. There will then be hot cross buns in one of the Church Halls

Good Friday Meditation led by Barbara
Friday 22nd 2pm

Easter Saturday Coffee Morning and Sales Table
Saturday 23rd 10am-12

Access to Wood Street on Sunday of Ride of Respect motorbike ride through Wootton Bassett

Martin Alvis, who leads our Neighbourhood Policing Team, gave us this guidance about road access to the Church on Sunday 3rd April.

‘Whilst there is a road closure we will be allowing access between the pulses for local traffic. The people needing access will need to attend early as the pulses are anticipated to be about 30+minutes long. I would suggest waiting, after making their intention known to the police officer at the jct of High St and New Road, somewhere in the new road area.  Access will need to be from the south as no access will be permitted from the north. For the other people parking in borough fields access will again only be from the north. Exit will inevitably be delayed until during the pulses of motorcycles.’

It does look as though it will only be practical to park in Borough Fields for the Church, but there may be long delays turning in and out. Walking to Church or parking on the other side of the High Street may be best.

See this link for general info about the route