This summer we’re again hosting an eclectic art show with contributions from professional artists as well as some members of the church family.
Many of the exhibits will be linked with a charity including the stunning works of art from the Birchwood Painters, a group of disabled residents who live in Scope home in Chesham. Assisted by our very own Barbara Sedassy and other volunteers, this group have been art making for 8 years.
In addition we shall have paintings of animals from the National Animal Welfare Trust in Watford and crocheted monsters raising awareness of Heads Together, the charity set up by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry to encourage conversations about mental health.
On Village Day (Saturday 8th July) we shall be serving cream teas (2-4.30pm) and other refreshments in aid of Playskill, a local charity that runs parent and child term-time groups for pre-school children with special physical needs.
Entry to the exhibition, which runs from Wednesday July 5th to Friday July 14th (10am-4pm), is free.