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December Coffee Morning
St Peter’s Church Coffee Morning held on the 14th December brought in a profit of £275 25,added to the £72.50 which was raised at a Christmas Fayre in the Plas by Alice Hughes and Maureen Hughes giving a Total of £347.75
The Raffle Winners were:- Hamper Ann Humphreys, Cake Ken Searson, Biscuits Geraint Davies, Sweets Penny Andrews, Wine Pat Cox, Tablecloth Ann Armstrong ,Ice CreamMaker Llinos
Davies, Christmas Pudding Edith Awdry, Wine Dorothy Edwards, Crackers Rhian Hughes, Jewellery Penny Andrews, Toiletries Edith Awdry, Christmas Pudding Ann Humphreys, Men Toiletries Ross Evans, Wine Alice Hughes, Surprise Janet Humphreys
Many thanks to all that helped in anyway.
Plas Christmas Fayre
On Saturday 10th December there was a Christmas Fayre held at Plas Machynlleth raising funds for Future Play.
The event was very well attended and Ftaher Christmas was there to see all the children.
Rev. Kathleen was there with a group of helpers encouraging children to colour while wating to be seen.
Everybody had a great day.
Only one photo at the moment, hopefully more to come later.
Bishop Andy meets Christian Aid Walk
Bishop Andy was at Aberdydfi to meet the Christian Aid walkers as they arrived.
A prayer was held on the slipway.
Ysgol Hyddgen Christingle
On Thursday 8th December, Rev. Katleeen attended Ysgol Hyddgen and helped the puplis make heir Christingles. The children all attended St. Peter's Church on Friday 9th December for a Chrstingle service.
Lighting Machynlleth Christmas Tree
Thursday night in Machynlleth was cold but thankfully dry as the decorations on the Christmas tree by the clock tower were lit. The Mayor of Machynlleth was on hand to officiate the proceedings and Rev. Canon Kathleen Rogers attended to lead everyone in a prayer and the singing of carols and invite everyone back to St. Peter's Church afterwards for a warming glass of mulled wine and a mince pie. There were crafts for the children to take part in as well.
The rotary club were in attaendance together with santa clause and a sleigh with two great looking reindeer.
The whole event was wonderully accompanied by Machynlleth Wind Band.
I noticed a wonderful model of St. Peter's Church made of gingerbread in the window of Losin Lush, Maengwyn Street afterwards. If you can't get to this great shop to see it, yuo can see photographs on their Facebook page at : Gingerbread St. Peter's at Losin Lush