All Saints’ Church in Croxley Green is hosting numerous events to celebrate 150 years since it was founded.
Firstly, volunteers from across the parish came together to create the knitted flowers display on the church’s east porch, with Rickmansworth fire brigade helping to put it up. Knitted letter box toppers created by parishioners can also be spotted around the village.
A 30-page booklet has also been produced by staff about the history of the church including all the planning, ideas and designing that went into it. This can be purchased for £6 at the building.
The upcoming flower festival is also set to be a joyous occasion, taking place from 10am-5pm on Saturday, July 16 and 12pm-5pm on Sunday, July 17. Displays from the church, others in the diocese and local organisations will be featured, with all residents invited to come along and enjoy themselves.
Finally, also on Saturday, July 16, a specially put-together Chamber Orchestra, made up of both professional and semi-professional musicians, will be performing a concert in the evening.
Tickets cost £7.50 for adults and £5 for children aged 12 and under. They can be purchased through emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, by calling 01923 772109 or through the church’s website at www.croxleygreenallsaints.org
Janet Martin, of All Saints’ Church’s flower festival committee, said: “We hope that you can come along to share our anniversary celebrations in some way. We look forward to seeing you.”