Browsing All posts tagged under »Sesquicentenary«

Flucelliano : A Refreshing Trio – 27th May 2012

May 27, 2012

0

On the hottest day of the year so far we were treated to a helping of Flucelliano; not an Italian ice cream or a thirst quenching liqueur, but refreshing music by a trio of flute, cello and piano, as part of the sesquicentenary musical programme. Leading the group was Laura Seddon who hails from St […]

Vicar on the Block – Saturday 19th May 2012

May 19, 2012

0

The church was packed on Saturday evening as we welcomed back world famous musicians (and Southgate residents) Liz Partridge (violin), David Theodore (oboe) and Stephen Wilder (piano) for a special concert as part of our 150th Anniversary Celebrations. Despite the large turnout the atmosphere was very much the intimate ‘salon concert’ setting described in Fr […]

Flower Festival Starts with a Bang – Friday 18th May 2012

May 18, 2012

0

The scent still lingers from the spectacular Sesquicentenary Flower Festival organised by Lynda Rigg and her team, which took place between 18th and 20th May 2012 and saw the church decked out with twenty eight different displays ranging from the more traditional sprays to modern arrangements, each depicting an event or important figure in the […]