Lockdown live: recording now available

If you missed our wonderful Lockdown Live Variety Concert last weekend, you can now watch a recording of the concert on YouTube. Watch the concert here or donate to our retiring collection here.

If you missed the link, here’s how you can contribute to the retiring collection in aid of our Charity of the Year, Pumps for Mpwapwa :


You are warmly invited to join us for a live variety concert on Zoom on Saturday 20th March 2021 at 7.30pm.

This lighthearted concert will feature many well-known local acts including Clive & Claire Hayward, Rod & Louise McPhee, Cress & Murray Rayner, Dom & Simon Pusey, Alexandra Yew, Bertie & David Beaman and more!

The performers will join us live from their homes, and the concert will be compèred by the Vicar, Revd Will Gibbs.

To join the audience, simply fill in your details below and you will be e-mailed a Zoom link the day before the concert. If you haven’t used Zoom before don’t worry – there will be full instructions on how to do this in the e-mail. You can join from a computer, laptop, tablet or mobile phone.

There is no charge to join the audience, however there will be an online retiring collection, in aid of our 2021 Charity of the Year, Pumps for Mpwapwa supporting a project to build a solar-powered water pump in a village in Tanzania.

Please do join us for what promises to be a really fun and entertaining evening for a very deserving cause.

If you have any queries re the concert, how to sign up or how to log on, please get in touch.


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