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August bank holiday this year will see several hundred roundheads and cavaliers descend on Bury Common to re-enact the events of the Civil War which raged across the country for nine years from 1642 to 1651. Bury Common was fortified by the Parliamentarians and horses were said to have been stabled in the parish church! As part of the festivities, Newport Pagnell Parish Church is hosting a Flower Festival during the weekend using the English Civil War period as its theme.

We can't guarantee any Roundheads and Cavaliers, but we couldn't let this historic weekend pass without a tribute in flowers in the Parish Church, where events of the Civil War took place over 300 years ago.

The Festival will be open Sunday 28th, 11.30am to 5pm and Monday 29th, 10am to 4pm and we will have refreshments for our visitors.

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Churches Together in Newport Pagnell publish a monthly newsletter which is also attached below.


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Download this file (christmas_newsletter.pdf)Christmas Newsletter[December 2015]793 Kb
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Newport Pagnell Educational Trust PDF Print E-mail

The Educational Trust provides financial support for education of individuals living in Newport Pagnell.  The fund was formed following the sale of a property known as Church House.  As the original purchase of Church House was in part funded by the community 37% of the sales receipts were invested to be used for the benefit of the local population.  About two thousand pounds are disbursed each year to provide financial assistance to individuals and organisations for educational purposes.  The trustees of the fund meet twice yearly, in September and February to consider applications for support and will consider applications for both academic and professional education.

If you would like to apply for support then applications should be submitted in writing to the Chair of Trustees.


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