Congratulations to the happy couple, Ed and Pippa, who were married at St Andrew's, Feniton on Saturday 3 march 2018 despite the snowy conditions.

The whole family was very grateful for the hard work put in by those who ensured that the church was accessible and made them feel so welcome. Pippa was

Easter is a variable feast but to somplify what is a complicated calculation, Easter Day is the first Sunday after the first full moon on or after march 21st, the Spring Equinox. If the full moon is on a Sunday, Easter day is on the next Sunday.


Don’t forget we will be holding the customary Easter morning sunrise service and bonfire at the top of the hill adjacent to Feniton car park on Easter morning Sunday the 1st of April followed by breakfast in church.

Little Ash Cottage garden will be open on Friday 9th February 2018 between 11am and 2pm to enable visitors to view the lovely array of snowdrops there. Coffee and soup will be available to keep out the cold.

Knit and Natter was held in church on the afternoon 26th January brought together 19 ladies who enjoyed knitting, tea cakes and of course a chat. This was the second such an event and by popular request there will be a third get together on Tuesday 20th March at 2pm. Please note previous Knit and Natters have been on a Friday but due to heavy diary happenings this time it will be a Tuesday

People (including men) can bring along their own projects, make baby hats for a maternity unit or hats and scarves for older children which will be sent out as gifts in the Christmas shoe box appeal.

If knitting skills need a brush up there is plenty of help on hand together with needles and wool. It is an ideal opportunity to meet new people with similar interests. All ages and abilities will be welcome.