Adopt a grave in St Mary's Churchyard

Adopt a grave in St Mary's Churchyard

“Adopt a Grave” and become a churchyard angel!

Please contact c.e.hughes@ntlworld if you would like to care for one or more graves, a task which is done in your own time as and when you can manage.

The graves need a little care trimming overgrown grass and weeds. The 35 volunteers have made a huge difference and their work alongside church volunteers who mow and strim is making the churchyard look cared for again. Friday mornings I will be there and there is also coffee and cakes in St Andrews room!

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Horsell Residents' Association upholds these aims activities including: publishing the quarterly magazine - The Resident - delivered by volunteers to all households; organising a Horsell Village Show and also through support of Horsell' community action team the Second Thursday Club.
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