Saturday 10th - Sunday 11th June 2017
On Saturday and Sunday the 10th and 11th of June St. Gregory's Church in Castlemorton was overflowing with flowers in a wondrous variety of displays with various Christian themes.
The weather was kind to us and visitors enjoyed tea and cake in the garden of Foliott House next to the church where there were plant and bookstalls together with tombola.
All in all a quintessential English weekend event.
Solo Harp Recital - Elizabeth Bass
Saturday 27th May 2017
It is not very often that one gets to hear a solo harp recital. Very few of us therefore appreciate the extraordinary musical flexibility and range of the instrument. Neither do we normally hear the music that has been composed or transcribed especially for the instrument.
We were therefore introduced to a number of composers that few of us had heard of before, their lives and compositions were brought to life not just by the music but by Elizabeth's introduction to each piece. Elizabeth's playing was stunning and her choice of programme inspired.
In the words of Chris Moss, the vicar of St Gregory's, we experienced a world-class performance. You could tell from the quality of the silence whilst Elizabeth was playing that this was a very special evening.
Castlemorton Open Gardens 2016
Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th June 2016
Another great open garden event with eight lovely gardens on display and lots of yummy lunches and cakes consumed in the parish hall.
Fortunately the rain stopped for the weekend and had not spoilt highlights in the gardens such as Paul's Himalayan musk rose scrambling up the Bannut trees.
Harvest Supper - at Castlemorton Parish Hall
Saturday 10th October 2015
Quiz - at Castlemorton Village Hall
Saturday 12th September 2015
Apart from a few people suffering from brain ache a great evening was had by all. Look out for our next quiz!
The Jenny Lind Singers and Seraphim
Saturday 18th July 2015
The Jenny Lind Singers and Seraphim performed together in St. Gregory's Church.
The programme included works by Elgar, Britten and Vaughan Williams, concluding with 'God bless the child', a tribute to Billie Holiday and 'A nightingale sang in Berkeley Square', a fitting tribute to Jenny Lind who was known as The Swedish Nightingale.