Heritage Open Days Sept 2016
Exhibition of Artefacts and Pictures Associated with St. Peter’s Church, Stanton Low.
Friday 9th September, 10.00am to 3.00pm and Saturday, 10th September, 10.00am to 3.00pm
Arranged by the Save St. Peter’s Church group, in association with St. James’ Church, New Bradwell
A display featuring the Norman Arch, wooden artefacts and Temple family gravestones from the church built around 1150 A.D. and pictorial memories of the community at Stanton Low.
Light refreshments available.
The Exhibition is at St. James’ Church, Church Street, off Newport Road, New Bradwell, Milton Keynes, MK13 5LG
Access – Steps only up to altar area to see gravestones.
Secretary of Save St. Peters group: email@example.com
John Piper’s sketch of the arch:
The arch today:
Please join us for our family fun day, an Easter egg hunt.
Good Friday 25th March 2016, 2-4pm, at the church.
Hunt for Eggs – with prizes!
Colouring Bunny Masks
(Wearing an Easter Bonnet is optional)
Come along and see the Church after its Summer Facelift.
Please join us at the church for our Heritage Open Days.
- Thursaday 10th Septermber – two walks, see http://www.mkheritage.co.uk/hodmk/ for details
- Friday 11th September
- Saturday 12th Sepember
- Sunday 13th September – family fun day with cakes, drinks, games. Noon onwards.
If you are popping along and have any children we would like to see them dressed in costumes covering the time from Romans to Victorians.
Join one of our walking parades going from either Oakridge Park Winchcombe Meadows Play Area or the Black Horse Pub leaving at 11.30am.
Hope you can join us and help us celebrate our wonderful achievement
We’ll be holding a Heritage Open Day on Sunday 13th September.
Stay tuned for more details.
We’ll be selling books at these fund-raising events.
- Saturday 4th April, Oakridge Park.
- Saturday 25th April, Bradville Hall Community Centre
- Monday 4th May, Bradville Rec