A talk on Pierre Bonnard

Save the date – new event – Exclusive talk from Matthew Gale the Curator & Head of Displays for Tate Modern’s first major exhibition on PIERRE BONNARD’s work in the UK for 20 years. Saturday 6 April at 11.00am. 

Autumn Events – The Friends of St Anne’s

New Autumn Events – The Friends of St Anne’s Church.
• Wednesday 17th October -6-9pm –‘Exclusive Cocktail Party’ at the Roland Goslett Gallery;
• Saturday 24th November -11am – ‘Artificial Intelligence – What is it & how will it affect our future?’
• Wednesday 28 November 2.30pm for 3pm ‘til 8pm – ‘An Afternoon Charity Bridge Drive & Supper’
See flyers at back of church and online for more information
Buy tickets online at friendsofstanneskew.org.uk and in church on Sunday 9th September.

Summer Art Competition

Summer Art Competition- Thanks from the Committee of The Friends of St Anne’s Church for the submitted lovely paintings of the Church. Watch this space to see the new Charity Christmas Card later!

Works in and around the Church

You will be pleased to have noticed that our exterior perimeter wall is in the process of being restored, thanks to the generosity of both The Friends of St Anne’s and the residual funds from the Tercentenary Appeal. Starting this week, work on replacing our ancient Victorian church heating system will begin. In the first few weeks this entails removing the old boiler and replacing it with two new boilers. In July and August the cast iron heating pipes in the church will be removed and replaced by a modern equivalent. Inevitably there will be some disruption to our Sunday worship as parts of the church will need to be closed off, but it is our intention to keep this to a minimum. The replacement heating is being funded from our designated reserves for this type of project. Your PCC allocates £1500 a month towards work of this nature.

The Friends Spring Events

The Friends of St Anne’s Church are pleased to present the following events :

Impressionists in London

An Exclusive Talk by Caroline Corbeau–Parsons, Curator for the EY Exhibition Impressionists in London at Tate Britain.  Caroline will include in her talk a discussion on several paintings by the artist Camille Pissarro who resided in Kew and painted views of St Anne’s Church.  Further details to follow.

Includes coffee, a light lunch and a glass of wine

'The Importance of the Kew Collections – Kill or Cure’

Presented by Prof Monique Simmonds, Deputy Director of Science at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

Buy Tickets online at friendsofstanneskew.org.uk £5 discount for Friends.

Tickets available in church on the second Sunday only of each month

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