The Singing Kettle
is a friendly space where you can chat to others, make friends, relax & sing-a-long if you wish. If you are new to the area, being cared for, or a carer, stuck at home talking to yourself, or just wanting to meet with others then may be the Singing Kettle is for you.
The Singing Kettle will be meeting on the fourth Thursday of every month in St Matthew's Church Hall from 2 to 4pm. The format will be very informal with light refreshments of tea/coffee/cake/biscuits & during our time together if you wish to join in there will be an informal sing-a-long.
If you want further information please speak to Revd Alan Jewell or our Pastoral Worker Sheila
The next Singing Kettle will take place at the Church Hall, Stretton Road, at 2:00 PM on Thursday 22 November. As this is the month for Remembrance, and the 100th anniversary of the Armistice, we will be singing songs from the war years - from Bless 'Em All to We'll Meet Again. Please come and join us for a friendly, enjoyable afternoon.
Posted 6th Nov 2018