Belstone and Sticklepath Church News

November News Although a while ago now, on 24th September our Harvest Festival was well attended, with the choir performing with gusto! It’s great to hear them sing and a … Read More

A Year at The Tors!

19th July will mark our first year at the Tors Inn, which has been an absolute joy – although the hardest I have worked for a long time.   We … Read More

Short Walks in Belstone – June 2017

The third in our monthly series in the Belstone Blog, written and provided by Chris Walpole. Originally published in “Good Neighbours” magazine, each walk explores a different aspect of the … Read More

Short Walks in Belstone – May 2017

The second in a new monthly series in the Belstone Blog, written and provided by Chris Walpole. Originally published in “Good Neighbours” magazine, each walk explores a different aspect of … Read More

Short Walks in Belstone – April 2017

This is the first in a new monthly series in the Belstone Blog, written and provided by Chris Walpole. Originally published in “Good Neighbours” magazine, each walk explores a different … Read More

Church News – April 2017

We had two baptisms in March. Jack Reddaway and Arlo Moppett were welcomed into the church by their families and friends and we wish them both well as they begin … Read More

French Toast and Last Panto in Little Belstone – A Review

We went to the last night of this sell out play from the excellent Belstone Players. The village Hall makes a great venue and what would anyway have been a … Read More

Snowdrop Sunday Success

The Belstone and Area Children’s Hospice South West Friends’ Group recently held a very successful Snowdrop Sunday event at Andrews Corner. The weather stayed fine and over ninety people were … Read More

Church Cash for Khazi

Well finally, after months of form filling, copious correspondence and lots of waiting, the big day arrived when I heard the results of our four architect picked builders’ quotes for … Read More

Katrin Grossenbacher – A Visitor’s Views

Where to begin …. maybe I should start with the fact, that it seems crazy to start a journey on a Sunday at four in the morning. It may seem … Read More

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