CHURCHES in Hedon continue to provide opportunities for congregations to share services together – including these versions online.
We look forward to welcoming you tomorrow to either of our services, taking place at church or online, both with a start time of 10am. The Church will be open for a screening of the Service of Thanks from August, which a number of people didn’t get to […]
SERVICES from St. Augustine’s Church, Hedon and from the Worship Group of Hedon Methodist Church.
The Rev. Dr Sue Pulko and Tony Wilkinson from St. Augustine’s Church, Hedon: ———— This morning, the Hedon Methodist Church service is led by Mr John Munson and the Hedon Worship Group and the theme is ‘Glory’. A big thank you to all those taking part, with a […]
SUNDAY SERVICES ONLINE – 10 MAY 2020. Hedon, Preston, Paull, Sproatley benefice, and Hedon Methodist Church.
“If you have any concerns in relation to people not following the rules relating to social isolation, please do not call us on 101 or 999. Visit our website and use the reporting tool there and we will ensure our patrols are adjusted.
POSTPONED “Riding the Stang” – Hull Folk Collective Perform at St Augustine’s Church, Hedon – Sat 4 April 2020
The next LIVE PERFORMANCE event at St. Augustine’s Church, Hedon is “Riding the Stang”. This unusual history of Hedon and the surrounding villages is told in contemporary narrative, utilising eyewitness accounts and newspaper reports along with traditional and new folk songs. “Riding the Stang” is written and performed by the Hull Folk Collective.
“The Darkest Hour” – a giant screen presentation at Preston Community Hall. Showing Friday 5th October 2018 at 7.15 pm. Admission from 6:45pm. £4 admission.
The work depicted in the video is taking place in each of the eight SBR tanks on site at the YW plant. It is part of the company’s £30m pound investment at the Saltend waste water treatment works aimed at tackling odour issues.
The Advanced Riding for Bikers stall at #HedonBiker Weekend was managed by Joseph Hodge who in this short interview explains what the organisation is all about…
Captured on YouTube – When Mike Dyson (coach at Eastside Gym) and partner Katie Field who raised a magnificent £3,555.83 for Cash for Kids, found out live on VIKING FM that they had won a dream wedding worth over £20,000!
WE ARE delighted to bring you this fascinating video produced by the grandson of Keith and Jennifer Everingham… Footage of both the Hedon Hand Bells and the St. Augustine’s Church bells…