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Sunday, 31st May 2020

GROVE AT IGHTHAM MOTE

The Grove Singers, directed by Beverley Howard present
a selection of Madrigals, Part Songs, Sacred Pieces
and lighter arrangements from Elizabethan times to Present Day.

In the Courtyard at 2pm and 3pm

IGHTHAM MOTE

Superb 14th-century moated manor house.

Saturday, 13th June 2020

GROVE AT ELTHAM UNITED REFORMED CHURCH
1 Court Road, Eltham, SE9 5AD

The Grove Singers, directed by Beverley Howard present
a selection of Madrigals, Part Songs, Sacred Pieces
and lighter arrangements from Elizabethan times to Present Day.

In the Church - 7.00pm


ELTHAM UNITED REFORMED CHURCH
Eltham United Reformed Church

Following the restoration of the monarchy in 1660, Puritans (or Congregationalists, Presbyterians and Baptists as they were coming to be known) had to organise themselves outside the established Church of England. Eltham URC is descended from those Christians ejected from the Church of England.

Saturday, 17th October 2020

GROVE AT ST. MARY THE VIRGIN, FELPHAM
Grassmere Close, Felpham, PO22 7NU

The Grove Singers, directed by Beverley Howard present
a selection of Madrigals, Part Songs, Sacred Pieces
and lighter arrangements from Elizabethan times to Present Day.

In the Church - 7.00pm
ST. MARY THE VIRGIN CHURCH, FELPHAM, BOGNOR
St. Mary the Virgin Church, Felpham

St. Mary's is an Anglican Church in the Diocese of Chichester. There has been a Christian presence on this site for over one thousand years. The Norman Church building dates back to the year 1100

Sunday 28th November 2020

GROVE AT ST MARY THE VIRGIN CHURCH, BEXLEY
Bexley High St, Bexley DA5 3LX

The Grove Singers, directed by Beverley Howard present
a selection of Advent music and carols for choir and audience

in the Church, at 3pm

ST MARY THE VIRGIN CHURCH

The parish church of St Mary the Virgin has been a continuous place of Christian worship for over eight hundred years. The church probably succeeded an earlier Saxon church on the same site. This was mentioned in the Domesday Survey (or census) in 1086 as a 'church in Bixle' where it is said that St Paulinus came to preach.