CraftThe Mid-Churnet Craft Club met on Tuesday, 24th March in St. Werburgh’s Church. Thirteen members were able to attend. Knitting was the most popular craft, with other members working on

cross stitch, crocheting, fabric flowers and Easter crafting. The Bell Ringers arrived and the church was lively. During refreshments we sang Happy Birthday to Nick.




Our Craft Club is very sociable, please come along, we would be pleased to see you!

It’s a great place to make new friends, learn something new, or just come along for a cuppa and a chat. You may also have a craft that you’d like to share with us!

We are an informal, friendly group, who are always willing to help and learn from each other.

People attend from in and around the Benefice and beyond. If you don’t have a craft, but would like to start crafting, why not come along and we’ll start you off! Meetings cost just £1.00 per session which includes refreshments. Please check the pew sheets and posters in church for our next meeting.


Dedicated in church on Sunday 12th April, 2015

Eight members of Craft Club were in church for the blessing of the kneelers, four of which were on duty for the Offertory and Elements.




Worked by ….

Mid Churnet Valley Craft Club Members

Donated by….

The Club who meet at St. Werburgh’s Church, Kingsley

Dedicated to….

All the members September 2010 – 2014








Worked by….

Diane Lucas on behalf of The Craft Club

Donated by….

Mid Churnet Craft Club

Dedicated to….

Janet Reed (a dear friend) and members of the Craft Club