Knit n'Natter

The Church is Open for Private Prayer

St Nick's Chapel will be open for individual prayer by appointment on the following days:

Monday Afternoons 2pm, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm
Monday Evenings 7pm, 8pm
Wednesday Mornings 9am, 10am, 11am
Wednesday Afternoons 2pm, 3pm, 4pm ,5pm
Saturday Mornings 9am, 10am, 11am, 12noon

Please contact Revd Becky by phone for a slot- 01332 550224

Each session will be for 50 mins, please enter through the car-park lobby doors, turn right into the Choir Vestry. You will need to sanitise your hands and write down your contact details which will be held by us for 21 days. Follow the one way system into the Chapel (not the Main Church). Exit via the Chapel exterior door, come back through the lobby doors, through the lobby and exit into the car-park.

There is an explanatory video for you to watch as well. You can find it here.

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The members of the Knit n’ Natter Club meet on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month, except August, at 2 pm until 3.30 pm in the Church Room.

We all love knitting and spend our afternoon either working on our personal garments or producing articles for the many charities we support.  The fee of £1 per meeting meets the cost of tea and biscuits and to purchase wool.

Over the past few years we have made numerous garments for a number of charities, including the Neo-Natal Baby Unit, Children of Honduras, and Supporting Children in Nepal.  We have made many small ‘Fish and Chip’ jumpers for babies in Africa.  These garments are so called as Mothers were taking their new-born babies home, wrapped in newspaper.  We are now knitting larger T-shaped jumpers for older children.  These are packed in the Aquaboxes that are sent to many places in need.  We have also knitted hats and gloves for Padley and made small knitted animals for the Children’s Club at St Nicks.  We are always pleased to accept donations of any spare wool, Double Knitting or 4-ply, which we can use for our many projects.

We are a very friendly club, and as its name suggests, we also do a lot of ‘nattering’ and laughing over a cup of tea and biscuits.  If you enjoy knitting or crocheting, then come along and spend an afternoon with us.  We look forward to meeting you.