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A huge thank you to our presenters, sponsors and all that came along and supported the recent wine tasting evening. It was a great success, providing over £900 for our funds after expenses were paid.
Our next event is the Live Tableau outside the Church.
It will be held on the 15th and 16th December.
15th December 5.00 – 7.00pm
16th December 4.30 – 6.30pm followed by the Carol service in the Church.
On both evenings we will be selling mulled wine and mince pies and providing Christmas music.
This popular annual event will take place this year on Friday 9th November in the Village Hall. We still need more presenters and sponsors, if you are able to help with either please contact Jacquie Bland.
This popular annual event will take place this year at 7:30 on Friday 9th November in the Village Hall.
Tickets are on sale from
The recent cake stall at the pub bazaar provided £73 for our funds. A big thank you to all who made cakes and supported us on that day.
Last Night of the Proms
We still have a few tickets remaining, available from:
- Jacquie Bland 250986
- Graham White 231007
- Sylvia Beaumont 252043
- Jill Howell 204481
A short musical production by local musicians followed by a buffet meal and then the live hook up to the Royal Albert Hall for the second half of the Last Night.
Friends of All Saints Church
Last Night of the Proms
Saturday 8th September
Tickets are now on sale for this year’s ‘Last Night of the Proms’ from
Jacquie Bland 250986
Graham White 231007
Sylvia Beaumont 252043
Jill Howell 204481
The evening will begin with a short musical production by last year’s popular musicians, followed by a buffet meal and then the live link up to the Royal Albert Hall for the second half of the Last Night.
There will be a cash bar all evening.
Our popular annual wine tasting evening will take place again this year.
Thank you to all who have supported us in the past and we look forward to seeing you at these events later in the year.
The Friends are repeating the very successful ‘Last Night of the Proms’ again this year.
We will be showing live the second half of the LastNight from the Royal Albert Hall following a buffet meal and a short live musical event provided by local musicians.
Save the date. 11th November 2018
Fairtrade Fortnight 2018 runs from 26 February to 11 March and this year they would like you to join them in supporting the farmers and workers who grow our food. With Fairtrade we have the power to change the world every day.
There will be a Traidcraft stall at the Lent Lunch on Saturday 3rd March and after the service on Sunday 4th March. Both of these are in All Saints’ Hall in Cottenham.
If you would like a catalogue or more information please contact Judi Middleton at
Middleton810@nullbtinternet.com or 251607.
The recent Wine tasting evening was a great success raising £573 for Friends funds after expenses had been paid.
A very big thank to our sponsors and presenters and all who helped make it such a great evening.
This ever popular event will take place on Friday 13th October.
Tickets cost £8 and include wine, bread and cheese. The tickets are available from Jaquie Bland 250986, Graham White 231007, Sylvia Beaumont 252043. If you would be willing to be a sponsor or present a wine please contact Jaquie Bland
Our recent event, ‘Last Night of the Proms’ was a great success and after expenses we were able to add £723.35 to the Friend’s funds for future maintenance of the Church building. Thank you to all who helped with it and supported the evening. We hope to make it an annual event.
The Friends are planning a Coffee Morning in the Village Hall on Saturday 1st April, 10.30 – 12.30.
Come along and enjoy a cup of tea or coffee and a choice of homemade cakes.
The Friends of All Saints Church Rampton was established in August 1997 to raise funds for the repair and restoration of Rampton’s parish church. It is not officially a church committee though there is provision for a member of the Parochial Church Council to be on the committee. The church continues, as it has for many centuries, to be a key piece of the fabric of Rampton.
In the past year, 2015 to 2016, the Friends Committee has continued to raise both funds for and awareness of, All Saints Church Rampton. Currently our focus is on popular and recurring events – one or two coffee mornings each year, line dancing evenings twice a year and the wine tasting evening in the autumn. In December we held our second Nativity Tableau outside the church with a cast of live animals and stalwart friends in period costume.
The group maintains a table in the church where cards and copies of the church guidebook are available for visitors to purchase.
An easy way to support the group is to sign up for membership at an annual cost of £10 for individuals, £15 for a family and £100 for a Life membership. The group will be losing its secretary at the AGM in September and is actively looking for a replacement
Thank you on behalf of
The Friends of All Saints Church Rampton
Line Dancing for Fun on 18 March raised £62.70 for the repair and restoration of All Saints Church Rampton. Thank you for your support – we’ll have another session in September!
There will shortly be a vacancy for secretary to support
the Friends committee. The work is not onerous
as the committee meets irregularly throughout
the year (about six times) and holds an AGM. If
this is something you could help with, please
speak with Jacquie Bland (250986) or Gail Bull
(251057). We look forward to hearing from you.
Its that time again, yeehar !!!
Line Dancing for Fun, on Friday 18th Mar 2016 at 7pm till about 10pm Venue Rampton Village Hall CB24 8QA
Admission £4 on the door
Bring your own refreshments, friends, sense of humour, Tea coffee & squash will be available to purchase
Proceeds to Friends of Rampton Church
If anyone is happy to bring the music and teach a dance that would be great
Our historical church is a much loved part of our village landscape, but just like our homes it needs regular cleaning.
We have a rota of people who give some time once a fortnight, but we are very short of volunteers. If you would be willing to join the team of people who clean the church, please contact Colin Humphryes on 251 924 or email@example.com