About

The Church and Village Magazine

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The magazine is a not for profit, charitable organisation. Charitable status details available on request. Any income over and above the running costs from the magazine is given back to the community in the form of grants.

The magazine is delivered free to over 2000 homes in Sherfield-on-loddon, Sherfield Park, Stratfield Saye, Hartley Wespall and Stratfield Turgis. Also available in Bramley on request. It can also be collected from: 

The Porch at Stratfield Saye Church;
Stratfield Saye Village Hall;
The Iron Duke Public House;
The Wellington Farm Shop, Stratfield Saye;
The Bus Shelter in Fair Cross, Stratfield Saye;
St. Mary’s Church, Beech Hill;
The Shop in Beech Hill;
The Shop in Sherfield
Turgis Green Service Station; 
St Mary’s Hartley Wespall
Sherfield Park Community Centre

This site provides you with the current magazine in digital format, downloadable archive copies of the magazine, a list of advertisers, together with an events calendar. If you can't get hold of your copy you can view it online or sign up and get it emailed to you every month. 

The Current Comittee and Church Officers.

Committee:

  Chairman Jane Abrams

Treasurer: Pip Iles

Secretary: Ilene Iles

   Dr. Donald Dawson

Rev. Sammie Armstrong.

Germano Giugovaz

Simon Boase

Alan Seabrooke 

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