If you’re looking for something fun that won’t break the bank this Easter, why not head to St Martin’s Church for their wonderful Spring Fair this April?
There’s gong to be a free Easter Egg hunt, messy craft play, stalls, refreshments and the event will be followed by a fantastic Youth Concert!
Free concert series at St Martin’s.
The next free concert is being held on Friday 6th April featuring, August Guan on Harpsichord and Spinet.
Doors open and refreshments served from 12:30pm.
St Martin’s Church invite you to their St David’s Day Concert with the Caerphilly Male Choir.
This wonderful event starts at 7.30pm.
St Martin Church invite you to the next event of their Concert Series With Rhiannon Pooley on 2nd March 2018.
So, what’s your favourite carol? Good King Wenceslas? Joy to the World? Silent Night?
Well, why not join St Martin’s Church on Saturday 2nd December 2017 to sing (or maybe just listen) to these and many more wonderful carols, to help you get into the festive spirit.
This event follows the annual Christmas Tree Festival!
With the beginning of December, the Christmas period becomes official and what a nice way to begin the full celebrations than with the Christmas Tree Festival at St.Martin’s Church!
Stalls, refreshments, games, a chance to meet Santa and, of course, the opportunity to vote for your favourite tree, this really is a lovely way to get your Christmas started!
This wonderful festival of trees, will then be followed by a Christmas Carol Concert at 4pm.
The delight that is the St.Martin’s Concert Series continues with “Dan & Laura Curtis Christmas concert on Friday 1st December 2017!
Everyone is welcome to celebrate the beginning of December in style with this fantastic concert that is entirely free for you to attend. Moreover, this beautiful Christmas themed concert is defintely going to get fully ready for the exciting Christmas month ahead!
Refreshments will be served from 12:30 and the concert will start at 1pm.
Join St Martin’s Church in this wonderful event of music and on Saturday 25th November.
Refreshments and a raffle will be available during the interval.
Please purchase tickets on the door or from Church Wardens.
For the next two weeks, St Martin’s Church flood lights are turning the church purple, in support of Pancreatic Cancer awareness.
If you would like to add your support, there will be a charity breakfast at St Martin’s Church, 18th November from 9am raising money for this fantastic charity!