NEWS FROM ESCOT

As I write this, I think all the PCC and helpers are recovering from a very busy but very successful weekend. Our Flower and Quilt Festival was

NEWS FROM ESCOT

To compensate for our losing one communion service a month, Escot hosts joint services for Escot, Feniton and Payhembury on fifth Sundays of the month. The service at the end of April was very well supported by about 35 people, so much so that we wondered how many would be at our

NEWS FROM ESCOT

What a wet Easter! I joined a small band of people from Feniton in the Walk of Witness from Feniton Spa to the church. The rain was unrelenting and we were all very wet by the time we reached Feniton Church. Tea and a hot cross bun were very welcome. Due to the very wet ground we abandoned

NEWS FROM ESCOT

Our annual church meeting duly took place on 12th March with a very small group of us present. I was re-elected as churchwarden and the PCC were re-elected en bloc with the very welcome addition of Lindsay Saunders who is now able to re-join us. We are sorry for the reason as we grieve Chris’s

NEWS FROM ESCOT

What a busy month! Our two snowdrop activities have been a great success. We served coffee and soup at Helen Brown’s open day, I’m not sure to how many but she had over 200 people in over the three hours it was open. We did not serve that many but we worked non-stop and raised £266. Helen very kindly made it up to £300 from her entrance money.