The information on this page about the Foodbank and the Vine Bookshop is out of date as a result of the latest restrictions imposed by the Government. Please check their web pages and contact them if in doubt about the situation.
The daily bulletins from the Revd Vanessa Cole and/or the Revd Matthew Grayshon may be read by following the link on the footer of every page. If you would like these emailed to you daily, please send a request to email@example.com.
On February 9th, Matthew Grayshon talked about a new Diocesan initiative in Tanzania and invited parishioners to support it. To learn more click here
The Wallops Village Shop and Post Office is asking for support from all those who see it as playing a vital role in our community. Read the article in the parish magazine Save the shop and see our useful links page https://www.stpetersoverwallop.co.uk/useful-links The Wallops PCCs have expressed their support for the shop and are encouraging parishioners to respond by making regular purchases or through cash donations (Gift Aid tax declarations may be made).
The Andover Foodbank is looking for volunteer drivers. They currently receive regular fresh food donations from Abel and Cole which they distribute to various local agencies and clients. At present they collect and distribute the food on Tuesday and Friday mornings and need some additional drivers. If you have a little spare time, are over 30 and have a current driving licence, please contact the Foodbank office on 01264 362111 or email firstname.lastname@example.org They hold a coffee morning every month. These get togethers are a great opportunity to socialise, to visit the foodbank, meet some of the staff and to find out what goes on and how we operate. The next few coffee mornings, which start at 10.30am at the Parish Hall, Alexandra Road, Andover, are on the following dates:- 13th March, 3rd April and 1st May (which will also include our annual Plant Sale). ALL ARE WELCOME.
We have been advised not to change the time on the church clock until the building is open again; so it remains on Winter time (an hour slow).
Find a history of the bells and their specification at http://www.overwallopparishcouncil.org.uk/bell-ringers.html