There are 4 photo albums.
Ladock Church Christmas 2021` (24 photos)
A huge thank you to all the flower arrangers and festive decorators for making Ladock Church look absolutely fabulous this Christmas. The threat of Covid restrictions did not deter us and our Christmas Services were held with joyful praise.
Remembrance 2021 (6 photos)
The lifting of most of the COVID restrictions meant that we were able to mark Remembrance Sunday in an appropriate manner once more. A large congregation gathered at the War Memorial just before 11.00 am to witness the traditional Act of Remembrance, the laying of wreaths by Nigel Kendall on behalf of the PCC, Julie Howes for the Parish Council, Iain Butler for Ladock Players and the Murray children for the School, as well as by Vanessa Morcom, representing the family of R C Caff, one of the Fallen. This was followed by the reading of the Roll of Honour. The end of the two minute silence was marked by the tolling of a bell. A short service in Church was conducted by the Reverend Linda Whetter, during the course of which the Choir sung the anthem, ‘They Shall Not Grow Old’. The service concluded with the National Anthem. A collection of £161 was passed to the Royal British Legion. The solemnity of the occasion notwithstanding, it was heart-warming to witness so many people coming together after so long.
Harvest Festival 2021 (25 photos)
Our Harvest Festival was a great success. The decorations were truly beautiful – reflecting true thanks to God for his glorious bounty in the harvest of both land and sea.
The service, led By the Rev Linda, was very well attended and the wonderful Harvest Hymns were sung with gusto.
A huge thank you to all who helped in any way - from flowers to maize and beautiful oak stums, to cakes and to all came and joined in the worship, the singing, the giving, and the wonderful community spirit. Barbara
Thank you to Barbara and Lizzie for the photos.
Aerial views of Ladock Church (4 photos)
Fascinating aerial photos of Ladock Church by kind permission of David James.