The first Annual General Meeting of the Friends of Sutton Veny Church on 31st March had to be cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic. The message that would have been delivered at the meeting by the Chairman, Christopher Elliott, was an upbeat one. The annual report and accounts can be viewed via this link. 

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It was a vile night in terms of weather, but the turnout was astounding. About 30 adults and 20 children met up in the church for a quick rehearsal (aided by some mulled wine) before taking a meandering route up to The Woolpack and singing to an assortment of bemused High Street residents and a…

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Good weather and good company combined with the Steeple Rocks Choir in good voice to make a very successful inaugural Friends of Sutton Veny Church Summer Party on Saturday 27th July. The tents erected on the Alexander Field adjacent to the churchyard extension were not needed for shelter, but provided a good base for the…

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The church, but mainly the churchyard, was on show over the early May Bank holiday weekend. On Saturday 4 May Sutton Veny hosted the annual seminar of the Wiltshire Living Churchyards and Cemeteries Project. Based mainly in the Village Hall, the gathering of over 50 people heard a range of stimulating talks before being led…

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Late April sees the church and its churchyard playing a central role in the ANZAC commemorations that Sutton Veny takes very seriously. On the morning of ANZAC Day (25 Apr) the church was filled with all pupils and staff from school, some parents, grandparents and also special visitors with Australian or New Zealand connections. One…

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