Friends of Alton Abbey – Forth Coming Events 2020

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Friends of Alton Abbey Forthcoming Events and Fund-raising for 2020​ Due to the current situation (Covid -19) in the world all events are postponed! Open Days at Alton Abbey 25th & 26th April 2020 – 12pm – 5pm Letter cutting demonstration Beautiful Stationery Hadeel Products from Palestine Second-hand Books Organ Recital on Saturday & Piano […]

Lent Concert – Alton Choral Society

Lent Concert – Alton Choral Society Location: Alton Abbey Church Date: Saturday 29th Febuary 2020 Time: 14.30 Cost £10.00 (includes tea)   To help raise fund for the access ramp to the church to be improved for those less mobile. Friends of Alton Abbey, Alton Abbey, Beech, Alton, GU34 4APCheques should be made payable to […]

16th Annual Abbey Lecture

World War One Poppies

Organised by the Friends of Alton Abbey Commemorating the end of WW1 to be given by Dom Andrew OSB & Mrs Lynne Rapson To be held in the Alton Abbey Church : GU34 4AP Date: Friday 12th October – 7pm Tickets £30.00 for Lecture followed by supper. Tickets available from: Friends of Alton Abbey, Alton […]

Caversham Clergy Retreat from the Heat

Posted on July 11, 2015 by Derek Chandler Caversham Clergy Retreat from the Heat During the hot summer days at the end of June and early July eight clergy from the Caversham churches went on an ecumenical retreat for forty-eight hours to Alton Abbey in Hampshire. Reverends Derek Chandler, Jenny Dowding, Nigel Jones, Jonathan Edwards, […]

Enemies of Alice

    A Retreat in company with Lewis Carroll’s dream child as she confronts folly, irrationality and cruelty.   October 3th – 5th Retreat led by Dom Anselm OSB £85.00

The Magi 2014

Its never too early to order your Christmas cards Dom Anselm has once again painted a stunning design for our Christmas card – The Magi. We hope you will be as delighted with it as we are. The card is A6 size as before, but landscape shape. Packs of 10 will continue to be in […]

Orthodox Church West and East

– New Vistas for us in the 21st Century William Cooper-Bailey gives a fascinating account, not only of the world of the Early Christians, but the practical implications for us in the world today.