You are invited to

Coffee Morning at the Chapel 10.30 to 12 noon
on Thurs 21 March

Just drop in and enjoy tea, coffee and biscuits in the company of other Week St Mary people
Morning Worship Sunday 24 Mar 11am

Morning Worship led by

David Rhodes and the Worship Team
Come along to our next House Group meeting

Tuesday 28 Mar at 12 Ashbury Grove at 7.30 pm.

Everyone welcome
Morning Worship

led by The Worship Team

11am Sun 31 March
Cafe Church

informal worship and reflection with tea, coffee and biscuits

Guest speaker: Peter Daniel


Sunday 7 April at 6.30pm

Clothing, Waterproofs, Hiking Equipment

Mountain Warehouse Bude

12 Belle Vue, Bude EX23 8JL, UK – 01288 352494

Good range of value active wear. The staff at this branch were very friendly and helpful. Great for emergency shorts and beach shoes for my son, on our w/e trip away and unexpected beach day! Plus I got a couple of nice t-shirts on the BOGOF offer! Highly recommend.

great experience competitive prices

Quba & Co

30B Belle Vue, Bude EX23 8JS, UK – 01288 488305

Camping Equipment, Tents,

North Coast Caravans Ltd

Wooda Farm Park, Bude EX23 9HJ, UK – 01288 359365

Had to run in to grab a few things whilst staying down here and found everything we could ever need under one roof. Staff very helpful and knowledgeable. Would highly recommend

We needed a mallet and filter for our caravan while we were away. Lovely store with just about everything you want for caravan and camping. Very knowledgeable and helpful staff.

Wroes Outdoors

27A Belle Vue, Bude EX23 8JN, UK – 01288 353789

Good quality items throughout store. Menswear is excellent quality and though not cheapest sale items are worth looking out for.

Lovely shop with lots of choice. Clothing, bedding, outdoor wear, children's clothes and kitchen section plus nice cafe with beautiful sea view. Recently had a revamp which has greatly improved the srock

Cerenety Eco Camp Site

Treeways, Lynstone Lane, Bude EX23 0LR, UK – 07429 016962

Wonderful place to all nature lovers. There is a few animals on site (including two Alpacas), plants, vegetables (you can have some of them!). Fires are allowed (or even encouraged). You can use your own wood or buy for £4 a bag. You also can rent Dutch Oven for a few pounds and make some delicious food over the fire!! If you not bothered about luxury (and long hot showers - hot water is provided only by solar panels) it the place to go.

Lovely campsite offering something a bit different with a real eco/earth-centric focus. The facilities provide everything you would need and are clean, but don’t expect modern luxury - the 3x toilets are sawdust composting loos (very clean but no water involved!) and the two showers again are clean but not very warm as they are solar powered. All part of the experience! There is a magical veg patch and green house, pond and lots of animals. The owners are brilliant - helpful and flexible. All in all a great ‘low impact’ camping experience.