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 After Service on June 25 there will be a Braai and Extraordinary Meeting of the  Clumber Community at Clumber where we will discuss our progress on the Restoration Projects and our 150th Anniversary Celebrations.


 Thank you to all who attended and  celebrated Holy Communion on Sunday with Rev Sandile Kalipa. Visitors too, Debbey Sturman from Nottingham UK, Nicolette Scott, a newcomer to the area and members from Rokeby Park Church. A wonderful time of fellowship as always.


 A big meeting is scheduled for the 150th Anniversary planning Committe for Monday afternoon. Thanks to Freda Bradfield for organizing such an exciting musical lineup for our Musical Day on October 21 2017. Lots to discuss and organise for such a Special Occasion!

Dense Bush Has Been Removed Affording a View of The Church

 Brandon Handley is doing a sterling job in clearing the bush and trees from the perimeter fencing and Common. This is a huge task and now, for the first time in years, one gets a view of the Church from the driveway. Congratulations to Brandon and his staff for slowly chipping away at the encroaching vegetation and for achieving such wonderful results.

Busy Cleaning the Grave Headers

 What an uplifting time we had on Saturday at our Work Party! Great fellowship and a large crowd attracted by this site as well our  Facebook Pages. Everybody worked incredibly hard and there were lots of sore and tired bodies that evening. Cleaning the graves is a laborious process but the results were exceptional. Only succeeded in cleaning 10 graves in a full mornings work, but the results have spurred us on.


 Our 150 year Music Celebration Day on October 21 is gaining momentum. The Kentones, an all male choir from Kenton on Sea, the Alfred Mnaba choir from Nemato, the Graeme College Steel Band, DSG School Choir and soloists, St Andrews School musicians and soloists and Merril Baker on the Harmonium are all on the programme ! What a celebration this is going to be. If you live far away, now is the time to book your air ticket.

Stone is Offloaded to Resurface Graves

 In preparation for the Work Party and Social Bring and Braai on Saturday April 22 2017, a truckload of gravel has been delivered to resurface the graves. Much work has to be done to scrub the headstones and skirting of the graves as well as the resurfacing. We are also planning to start an indigenous garden. So bring along your scrubbing brushes, pails and buckets, plants and secateurs, sanding paper and paint and brushes for the grave enclosures. Don't forget your lunch to put on the braai!


 The repaint of the exterior is now complete. A major task in The Final Push bites the dust! 

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