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July/August 2012

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Ickenham Church News - July/August 2012

URC Daytime Services
Sunday Mornings 11.00am

  • inc Junior Church most Sundays
  • Children’s space available during all services
Holy Communion,1st Sunday of month

Sunday Evening Services
The two churches join together on Sunday evenings as follows:

  • 2nd Sun – Choral Evensong at St Giles’ (6.30pm)
  • Occasional Holy Communion Services at URC when announced

St Giles’ Daytime Services
Sunday Mornings

  • 8.00am Holy Communion
  • 9.45am Holy Communion (with Junior Church
     and Crèche) – (1st Sunday: Family Service)
  • 11.30am Matins with Holy Communion
    (1st Sunday of month)


  • 10.00am Holy Communion

What a start to June!  Ickenham’s many Jubilee Street Parties were a joy to behold.  They ticked all the boxes we’ve come to expect for community spirit, as residents bedecked themselves in red, white and blue, ate themselves silly and spent a fortune on flags and bunting.  Taking part were the young and old - and every age in between! 


Surplus funds and other money raised went to a range of favourite charities and good causes.  One of these was the Claire Sadler Trust run by Claire’s mother, who is pictured top left with Copthall Road West event organiser Ian Burch.  Ickenham girl Claire was 17 when she died of cancer in 1995.  While she was ill, her friends raised money to pay for a holiday for her.  But Claire chose instead to use the money to set up a trust fund, providing holidays and outings for other teenagers and young adults suffering with cancer.  Her mother continues to work on behalf of the charity today.  If you are interested in the charity’s work or would like to donate, contact clairesadlerfund@aol.com

It was a particularly busy time for new Mayor of Hillingdon, Councillor Michael Markham, seen here with the “Queen” in Clovelly Close.  Thanks to some meticulous planning at the Civic Centre, he and a team of previous Hillingdon Mayors managed to visit every one of the 140 street parties and Jubilee events that were held in the borough.  It proved to be useful practice for later in the month, when he was again prominent at many of our Ickenham Festival events. 





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