Festival welcomes over 150 visitors to St Marys, Kirkby on Bain

This weekend 158 visitors came along to St Marys Church to admire our community’s contribution to the 2018 Horncastle and Villages Churches Festival. The Church was transformed in commemoration of those who lost their lives during the First and Second World Wars. Feedback was very complimentary and many visitors commented on the transformation of the church and the individual displays, all donated and arranged by parishioners. There was special praise for the idea to feature over a thousand knitted poppies, both red and white. This morning children and teachers from the primary school took a break from the classroom to see what can be achieved by a dedicated and creative community team.

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St. Mary’s Church vandalised

The Parochial Church Council has decided with regret to close St. Mary’s Church from next Monday, following a spate of behaviour which has escalated from minor childish nuisance to an unacceptable level. Last Monday evening the Church Warden discovered that a member of the public had entered the church and defaced the main carpet in the aisle. Subsequent attempts to remove the graffiti having proved unsuccessful, the carpet will need replacement. The police will now be informed. If you have information about this incident, please let us know.

Despite this general closure, the Churches Festival commemorating those who fell in the first and second world wars will go ahead this weekend. Entry is free on Saturday and Sunday 8th – 9th September from 10am to 4pm and refreshments will be available.

Cream Tea in aid of St. Mary’s Church this Sunday

You are invited to a cream tea this Sunday (June 24) at Roughton Village Hall, from 3 to 5pm. Proceeds to St Mary’s Church. Expect delicious traditional refreshment, good company and prizes!       Continue reading

Help St Mary’s Church – become a community champion

On behalf of Alwyn Killingsworth:

If you have a Lincolnshire Co-op dividend card you can help raise much-needed funds for St. Mary’s Church, Kirkby on Bain. Here’s how to do it:

 

 

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1. Log on to your Lincolnshire Co-op account using your membership number and password.          Continue reading

Church fundraising results

From Hilda Kirwan,

The cream tea held on June  25th raised £150.50 for St.Mary’s Kirkby on Bain and the quiz night held on July 14th raised £125 shared equally between St. Mary’s Kirkby on Bain and St. Margaret’s Roughton. Many thanks to all those who came along to these two events.

Update: Planning application – St. Mary’s Church

Full planning permission has been granted by East Lindsey District Council to carry out alterations to the church to provide a stone guard on the existing east elevation windows. For details of the application, see the previous post.

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Planning application: alterations at St Mary’s Church

planning_wordcloud_150The Parish Council is considering a planning application to carry out alterations at St Mary’s Church, Church Lane, Kirkby on Bain  LN10 6GD to provide a stone guard on the east elevation windows.

 

To view the application, visit the ELDC website here. To view or download all the associated documentation, click on the [Documents] tab. Continue reading