Epiphany Tea Party at St Peter’s

St Peter’s celebrated the Epiphany (6th January) with a tea-party – and not a Wise Man in sight!
The event was the brainchild of Ruth Souter, who we’re going to miss when she leaves us to become vicar of Erdington in Birmingham.

We sat with cups of tea and chatted – then the covers came off the mountain of sandwiches and cakes, and it all went quiet for a bit, except for the chomping…

Then Roz Burch led us in some carol-singing: a chance for Austin Hoyte to repeat his triumph as a soloist in “We three kings of Orient are” (perhaps Austin is the Wise Man in sight?)

Afterwards it got a bit silly, as three groups of us tried to mime well-known films or TV shows. Once again Austin stole the show – his roar gave away “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” and his fellow-actors didn’t get a look in!

Photo: Roz, Linda and Mavis enjoy a cuppa

Roz, Linda and Mavis enjoy a cuppa

Photo: Joseph, Marjorie and Pat

Joseph, Marjorie and Pat

Photo: Rosemary and Mary W at the buffet

Rosemary and Mary W at the buffet

Photo: Linda and Michael present a raffle prize to Michael's grandma Mary S

Linda and Michael present a raffle prize to Michael’s grandma Mary S

Photo: Ruth, Mary S, Linda V, Mary W and Pat H strut their stuff

Ruth, Mary S, Linda V, Mary W and Pat H strut their stuff

This entry is dated Friday, January 12th, 2007 at 10.01am and is filed under News.

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