St. Paul’s Church Summer Fete and Picnic

Sat 14th Sept 2019 14:00 – 17:00
Sun 15th Sept 2019 – 12.00 noon onwards

St Pauls Picnic 14th Sept
See out the summer with a picnic on the St Pauls church grounds.

Please give a minimum donation of £15 , by making this donation you will also receive a picnic box to enjoy on the day. The picnic boxes have been created by the wonderful team at The Hive JQ and include a savoury and sweet option.

All donations are to help raise funds for the repair of our roof.

There are limited number of boxes so please make a donation as soon as you can, in order to secure one. You will be able to collect this at the church on the day.

St Paul’s Summer fete 15th Sept
Expect food trucks, drinks, live music, classic cars, fitness, and stalls representing the creators and creatives from the Jewellery Quarter and beyond.
You will also get a chance to a church tour to see what the church is like and who’s walked through its doors over the years.

St Paul’s Church Fund Appeal
St Paul’s church is a Grade I listed building which has stood for nearly 240 years in the only remaining Georgian Square in Birmingham.
We would like to keep our doors open so that people can experience a bit of Birmingham’s history and also put on events for the community to enjoy. We can’t do this without YOUR support. Please head to our ‘just giving page’ to find out more, or if you’d like to give an extra donation.

The essential work needed is as follows:

  • The guttering of the church building is over 50 years old and is in dire need of repair.
  • The roof also needs extensive attention to prevent further damage to the internal walls and ceilings.
  • Criminal damage to the doors, windows and notice boards also need repair.

Your donations will be essential to ensure that St Paul’s church continues to flourish as the warm heart of the Jewellery Quarter. All donations will be set aside for essential repair work to the church fabric.
W: www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/stpaulschurchbirmingham

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