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Ickenham Church News - July/August 2004


Ickenham Children, are you ready for holiday fun?
Don't forget to tell all your Village friends

Photos from Holiday Club 2003

Holiday Club is spread over the usual five days and takes place in the United Reformed Church. The children will learn about five miracles, which Jesus used to challenge his followers, and spread His universal message of love and peace. These stories will help us understand what God, in Jesus, has done for us, and what difference he can make to our lives in this day and age as well.  We are sure you will have fun as we sing songs, make models, create clever crafts, and play great games throughout the week! 

This year the dates are from Monday 26th July until Friday 30th July. The week climaxes at the Grand Finale at 7 p.m. on Friday evening, 30th July, in the Rectory Garden.

Ickenham Churches' Holiday Club is open to all Ickenham children aged 7-11 (those now in school Years 2-6 inclusive).

REGISTRATION:  Friday 16th July from 3 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. at the United Reformed Church in Swakeleys Road. There is no charge, except for the optional outings (for which you pay at registration), but of course we welcome donations from parents towards our expenses.  Further details from Rosemary 01895 253217


Festival of Ickenham Opening Weekend

Saturday 12th June

St Giles' Flower Festival with Gill Roker and Jean Wilson

The U.R.C. Forecourt Sale

Noah's Ark


Festival Opening Service

Sunday 13th June

Cllr. John Hensley, his wife Diane  and David Millen.

Member of Parliament John Randall and his family.

Mayor Cllr. David Payne, his Wife, and Mayoress, Patricia with David Millen

Waiting to start the Festival Opening Service.


There are more photographs to be viewed on Photonews.


Drop-In For The Bereaved

Third Monday of each month. St Giles' Church Hall, 2 p.m. to 3.30 p.m. A friendly, informal opportunity for a chat, over a cup of tea, with other bereaved people and pastoral visitors.  The next meeting is Monday 21st June (also Monday 19th July). Just come along, or ring the Rectory (622970), if you would like to talk to someone first.


Ickenham Good Neighbour Scheme

Ickenham Good Neighbour Scheme exists to serve the whole of Ickenham. We're here to assist in an emergency. If you need help, the daytime contact numbers are: 01895 633020 or 01895 235061.


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