The return of ‘Scones of Praise’ at Holy Trinity Church in Dinting Vale this week will also celebrate the official opening of the new improved facilities now available.
On Friday, September 24th, the community are being invited to see the improvements that have been carried out which include a new kitchen and fully accessible toilet facilities.
Between 2pm-3pm everyone is welcome to go along for cakes and scones as well as tea and coffee that will be served from the new kitchen and see what is on offer.
There will be a display of how the build came together and a celebration in song with favourite hymns sung.
Representatives of Restoration Projects Ltd of Hadfield who have done the build, MRA Architects North West, and Dinting School who have given much support during the build will be present along with Cllr Jean Wharmby who has donated funds towards kitchen equipment.
Vicar of Holy Trinity Church the Rev Nick Gurney said: “With the church having returned to in person Sunday services a few months ago the next step is to now reintroduce some previous popular events, and in the months ahead some new ones as well, appropriately and safely.
“Scones of Praise seemed an obvious choice with the building works having been completed to bring the community together and give thanks.”
The building works are part of the bigger project which will see the installation of new heating and lighting and a bespoke meeting room that will be available for the church and community to use for events.
Anyone who would like to be involved by offering help and support or who are interested and want to know more, contact Rev Nick Gurney firstname.lastname@example.org or the Church on 01457 867521 or email@example.com.