150 years of All Saints’ Church

PUBLISHED: 17:29 25 October 2010


ALL Saints’ Church in Clevedon is celebrating its 150th birthday with some special events this week.

On Friday at 6pm, a Choral Evensong will be held at the All Saints Lane church, with a programme of music to reflect 150 years of choral tradition.

On Saturday, there will be a church open day from 10am-5pm with a flower festival organised in partnership with Clevedon Flower Guild.

Visitors can also view a photography exhibition featuring pictures by Andrew Jackson, who was commissioned for the church’s 150th celebrations, as well as a display of old photos and memorabilia connected with the church over the last 150 years.

At 7.30pm on Saturday, there will be a special concert featuring award-winning 14-year-old violinist Julia Hwang performing Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto and Bristol Classical Players performing Beethoven’s Symphony No 1.

Those wanting to attend can just turn up and there will be a collection for the musicians.

On Sunday at 10.30am, there will be a special celebration service with Right Reverend Peter Price, Bishop of Bath and Wells.

All Saints’ Church rector Noel Hector said: “Over the weekend there is a wide array of events and activities involving people from our local community and beyond and we very much hope that people will join us in our celebrations.”

For more details about any of the events call the parish office on 01275 873257 or email eastcleveub@blueyonder.co.uk

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