The church is opened by volunteers and we aim to try and open on Saturdays and Sundays between 10am and 4pm. Please use the church car park.
Please note the church is not open on weekdays.
BEOWULF at Old Hamsey Saturday 25th June 6.00pm
The church is opened by volunteers and we aim to try and open on Saturdays and Sundays but on occasion this might not be possible ...........
19 JUNE SUNDAY MUSICIANS OF ALL SAINTS 6pm
25 JUNE SATURDAY BEOWULF – time to be confirmed
3 JULY SUNDAY EVENSONG
23 JULY SATURDAY OPEN DAY
7 AUGUST SUNDAY EVENSONG
3-18 SEPT SAT-SUN ARTWAVE – Keith Pettitt for 3 weekends
4TH SEPT SUNDAY EVENSONG
11th DEC SUNDAY CAROL SERVICE
Thank you! To all who have helped us with this project. You will be delighted to know that work on our new fence is finished. This along with the work to the outside of the church, means it is looking very fine. All ready for the spring and summer. Rev Anne Dunlop.
The churchyard is being managed differently this year and this will include monthly dates for volunteers to come and help keep the churchyard looking well-kept. It will be professionally strimmed and fewer areas left to 'meadow'.
Tidying and clearing of the strimmings, and some work on the hedging will need to be done.
Due to the rising costs of professional maintenance, we are restricted to five complete mowing/strimings a year (wilding areas excepted- we will manage these). These will happen from March to September. There are set dates for company to strim, but all are weather dependent. Past practice has shown that it is better to leave the arisings from the professional cut for at least a week before raking, this makes collection much easier.
Outside of these professional cuts we will have Volunteer Days. If you are interested, please come with work tools and sacks to remove what you clear as there is no disposal point on site.
Please be conscious of the many slip and trip hazards when working in the area and take appropriate care.
Bring any refreshments you may require.
Rev Anne Dunlop (email@example.com) Parish of Hamsey Parochial Church Council
We are pleased to announce that the Hamsey re-roofing project has won two Sussex Heritage Trust (www.sussexheritagetrust.org.uk) awards: in the Building Craft category and also in the Ecclesiastical category.
The judges made the following comments:
Building Craft: “Well-executed roof restoration done to high standard with imaginative re-use of clay tiles and Horsham slates which will improve sustainability, combined with sensitive and effective treatment of critical works to establish the structural integrity of the building. Well done!”
Ecclesiastical: “A thoroughly considered approach to the project, demonstrating detailed knowledge of materials, new and reused. A collaborative approach with architect and client which successfully tackled issues that arose. Finished job enhanced an already beautiful building.”
The work was carried out in the Spring of 2017 by Clarke Roofing Southern Ltd