St Lawrence’s Church Events

St. Lawrence’s Church – CHRISTMAS CRAFT MAKING

MONDAY – 23rd OCTOBER at The Old Stores, Wells Road (Linda Mogford’s house) at 10.00 am

You are invited to come along and join in with the making of Angels and any other Christmas crafts you may wish to share.  Decorations will be used in the church and sold at the Christmas Coffee, Cakes and Crafts morning on the 25th November.

For the Angels you will need to bring an old paperback book, a small gold/skin coloured bauble or painted ping pong ball for the face, and some gold/silver tinsel and thin ribbon for hanging the Angel.

If you would like to attend, please let either Linda know on 870817 or Jane Sealy on 870307.  Also, if you have something else you think we could make please let us know asap so that we can let people know what materials to bring.

Thank You.



SATURDAY, 15th NOVEMBER in Westbury Village Hall 10.30am – 1.00 pm

£3 to include entrance and refreshments


Once again, we will be holding our annual Christmas Coffee, Cakes and Crafts morning in the Village Hall.  There will be plenty of stalls with lots of things for sale, Raffle, Cakes & Savouries, Guess the weight of the Cake, Home Produce, China/Glass/Unwanted Gifts, Water into Wine, Guess the name of the Doll, Buried Treasure Map, Toys/Games/Puzzles, Traidcraft, Honey, Crafts, Ripple Effect.

Our fund raising is for the redecoration of the Church which is badly needed so please come along and support us whilst enjoying some lovely refreshments, good company and a chance to buy some things for Christmas.

If you have anything suitable to donate these would be most welcome.  Please leave either in the church or with Linda Mogford.  If you have a spare bottle of wine, this would also be very welcome and can be given to Andrew Sealy or Malcolm Harding.  You never know, you may then be lucky and win more bottles!!

We look forward to seeing you.


A History of the Church in Westbury

A detailed history of the Church and Christianity in Westbury, by Tony Nott, has now been uploaded to the village website.  It can be accessed via  this link