St. Andrew’s Makeover Appeal

 

St. Andrew’s Church has been the focal point of Girton village life for 700 years. It has a fascinating history, is a listed building of some note, and needs careful stewardship to make sure that it meets our village needs. So we can ensure that it remains viable and valued in the 21st century, we have developed some exciting plans. These include underfloor heating from a sustainable source, a new stone floor, new audio-visual facilities for showing films and making presentations, and offering more space for events of all kinds. We want our church to be open to everyone in the village. We have plans to help it become a lively and vibrant part of our community. Whether you are coming to a concert, exhibition or talk, St. Andrew’s Church will soon have so much to offer.

 

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That is why we have set up the St. Andrew’s Makeover Appeal. We need to raise £300,000. The sooner we are able to do that, the sooner we can all enjoy the benefits of our enlivened village church. That is why we are asking for your help. Please give what you can. Every donation counts, and it need not be long before we can press ahead with the project.  Thank you so much. 

How can I donate to the St. Andrew’s Makeover Appeal?

1. Drop a cash donation into any of the local collecting boxes at the Co-op, The Old Crown, The George, The Church, The Golf Club, The Huntingdon Road Garage, Abbeyfields Girton Green. 

2. Make a cheque payable to ‘Girton PCC’ and post it to:
Mr. M. Johnson, 2A St. Margaret’s Rd., Girton, CB3 0LT.
Please write ‘Makeover’ on back of cheque.

3. Arrange a bank transfer to the following account:
Name of account: Girton PCC

Sort code: 40-52-40
Account number: 00015986


Boost your donation by 25p of Gift Aid for every £1 you donate by filling in and sending this form with your donation.


If you would like to know more about our plans, there is a display in the church which offers information about our proposals. If you would like to talk about the project, please get in touch:

David Adamson: dma23@cam.ac.uk
Penny de Lacey: penny@de-lacey.org
Mandy Maxwell: girtonstandrews@gmail.com