Added on 05/11/2012
St Augustine’s Church, “the wee church on the wall” is throwing open its doors again this weekend as it holds its annual Sale of Work. It will take place in the parish hall on Saturday 10th November from 10 o’clock to 12pm.
The Sale has become a real feature for Saturday morning shoppers in the city. It is a wonderful opportunity for shoppers to take a well–earned coffee break, with coffee and scones included in the £3 admission price.
St Augustine’s has made its mark over the years with food – everything from St Augustine’s Deli chutneys, amazing baking and not to mention its very own cook book A Knife A Board and A Blender.
As well as the usual wide variety of crafts and stalls a new Christmas range of St Augustine’s well known chutneys will be on sale. St Augustine’s Deli chutneys have become a popular feature on many tables and have been available in the ‘pop–up’shop during the tourist season.
Rev Pat Storey, the Rector of St Augustine’s, said “We love to welcome the people in our city through our doors for the Sale “Every church depends on a willing team of volunteers. Our Ladies Guild team has shown their usual imagination and hard work to put on a great event”. She continued, “What better way to spend your Saturday morning then to come and bag yourself a bargain and have your morning coffee with us”.
St Augustine’s Church is situated in Palace Street, on the city walls. The Sale takes palace on Saturday 12 November, beginning at 10am and closing at 12pm.
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The Diocesan Communications Officer