Week-long angel festival to be held in Wick St Lawrence

PUBLISHED: 11:00 30 November 2017

Angels at Wick St Lawrence Chuch.

Angels at Wick St Lawrence Chuch.

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An angel festival will be held in Wick St Lawrence this week, to raise money for the village church and its charities.

Angels at Wick St Lawrence Chuch. Angels at Wick St Lawrence Chuch.

The week-long festival is taking place at the church and village hall, both in Wick Road, starting on Saturday.

Artists and children have created angels from driftwood, glass, paper and willow, and they have been placed around the church.

People can view the display from 10.30am-4pm every day until December 9.

In the village hall on Saturday, from 2-4pm, children can make Christmas cards and gifts, and decorate biscuits.

On Sunday, children can dress up as angels and to decorate the Christmas tree – with angel decorations.

There will be music recitals at 12.45pm every lunchtime, from Monday to Friday, with children from St Georges, St Martin’s and St Mark’s primary schools invited to sing.

There will also be a soup kitchen every lunchtime from 12.30-1.45pm during the week, quizzes and puzzles.

The festival will finish with a concert by Lyrica Singers called Angel Voices at the church on December 9 at 7pm.

Tickets, priced £6-7.50, and free for children, are available from via liz@lyrica.co.uk

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